World Fisheries and the Future of Fishing

| January 27, 2016

300 words

It was predicted in the early 1960’s that the oceans could easily feed 3 times the world’s population (about 4 billion then). It hasn’t exactly worked out that way.

Your question for this forum is one that fisheries managers all over the world struggle with daily: If an oceanic fishery collapses from overfishing, what are three sorts of actions that might be taken to help the fishery recover? For assistance with this, please you may wish to take a look at the documents I have attached under the folder ‘Fisheries’ in the Resources section of your Sakai. Also, check out this feature article on the National Geographic site: http://ocean.nationalgeographic.com/ocean/global-fish-crisis-article/

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