The great white is in trouble, and scientists need to learn more about the species' habits. But this is a little hard to explain to a 900-kg shark, so how do you get its participation? You use the M/V OCEARCH, a research vessel from which one can hook a great white and then guide it onto a hydraulic platform that can bring the whole shark, as gently as possible, out of the water. This article describes the adventure of a 4-meter shark named Lydia, with a link to track her (the biggest great whites are always females).
Then you can use the Global Shark Tracker to keep tabs on her.
Great whites: there's a reason they impress us. (NOAA)