Atlantic White Shark Conservancy is proud to work with organizations that share similar goals. Through collaborations we are able to support shark research, promote education, and work to improve the health of the ocean.
Since 2013 the AWSC has provided support to scientists from the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries conducting a 'Movements of White Sharks in the Atlantic Ocean' study to examine fine- and broad-scale movements, habitat use, site fidelity, residency, and feeding behavior of white sharks in southern New England and along the east coast of the US using multiple technologies including passive acoustic telemetry and satellite-based tagging, and a 5-year mark-recapture study to collect population demographic data so as to estimate local and regional white shark population sizes in the western North Atlantic.
The Common Flat Project is a private conservation effort co-founded by John and Pam King to promote the importance of biodiversity on our planet and especially on Cape Cod. Through their photography and philanthropy the Kings strive to inspire others to discover and protect the wild world.
AWSC is part of the Mission Blue global coalition of passionate organizations that raise awareness about the beauty -- and fragility -- of the blue heart of our planet.
Mote Marine Lab teamed up with AWSC on our Gills Club education initiative to host monthly Gills Club events in Florida.
AWSC and OCEARCH collaborate on supporting shark research and education through community outreach.
The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History hosts Gills Club monthly events and shark lectures.
With the goal of brightening a child's day, AWSC works with MassGeneral Hospital for Children to schedule regular 'white shark' visits to the Pediatric Hematology & Oncology floor.
The Atlantic White Shark Conservancy and the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary co-host FINomenal Fest. An annual event filled with shark facts, safety information, research updates, and fun family activities.