World Sturgeon Conservation Society

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The World Sturgeon Conservation Society (WSCS) is an international association of scientists. Its aim is to conserve existing sturgeon populations worldwide and help in their restoration.

The society pursues this goal by promoting sturgeon research, holding workshops and conferences, promoting the exchange of sturgeon-related information between scientists and politicians, and by informing the general public about sturgeons.

The WSCS has its seat in Neu Wulmstorf, Germany, where it was founded in 2003. The President of WSCS is Harald Rosenthal.

External links

  • Official Website
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