Lea, Robert N. and Miller, Daniel J.
Shark attacks off the California and Oregon coast: an update, 1980-84.
California Department of Fish and Game, Marine Resources Branch,
In 1981 Miller and Collier reported on 47 unprovoked shark attacks which had taken place off California and Oregon from July 1926 to November 1979.
Since that date, 12 shark attacks involving humans have
taken place: two in 1980, one in 1981, four in 1982,
one in 1983, and four in 1984. Encompassed in these 12
attacks were: six surfers, three skin divers, one paddle
boarder, one scuba diver, and one swimmer. In ten of
the twelve attacks the white shark was the species of
implication. by geographic area: one attack occurred
off southern California, four off central California,
four off northern California, and three off Oregon. (Document has 22 pages)
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||Shark attacks off the California and Oregon coast: an update, 1980-84
|Lea, Robert N.|
|Miller, Daniel J.|
||California Department of Fish and Game, Marine Resources Branch
|Place of Publication:
||shark attack; California; Oregon
||11 Jan 2008 15:36
||29 Sep 2011 21:59
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