Citizen science reveals a strong seasonal pattern of the angelshark in El Cabrón.

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A study of citizen science with collaboration between recreational divers and researchers of ElasmoCan revealed a maximum sighting probability for the angelshark (Squatina squatina) in the area of “El Cabrón” (Gran Canaria) when the water temperature was cold or temperate, or between 18˚ to 21˚C.

The study comprises a 6-year series of sighting data, collected by the dive centre Davy Jones Diving, and was presented during the scientific conference IV Congreso de Ciencias del Mar.

Read more in the section Citizen science: Diving.

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