<p>The status of Greenland shark populations are not well known. They support a fishery for liver oil in Greenland, Norway, and Iceland, but some researcher suspect that populations have diminished. They have an estimated population doubling time of 14 years.<span> (Compagno and Fowler, 2005)</span></p> <p><strong>IUCN Red List: </strong>Near Threatened</p><p><strong>US Federal List: </strong>No special status</p><p><strong>CITES: </strong>No special status</p>
- Compagno, L., S. Fowler. 2005. Sharks of the World. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.