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View Resource Effects of Aquaculture on World Fish Supplies

Issue 8 of Issues in Ecology has been posted online. This issue (.pdf format) provides insight into the ecological effects of aquaculture on world fish supplies. The previous seven issues of this series may also be viewed at the Ecological Society of America's Issues in Ecology homepage.

https://cfpub.epa.gov/watertrain/moduleFrame.cfm?parent_obje...
View Resource New Study Documents the Dramatic Effect of Industrial Fishing across the World's Oceans

In a study published in the journal _Nature_, co-authors Ramsom Myers and Boris Worm concluded that 90 percent of the world's large fishes have disappeared from the world's oceans over the past fifty years, attributing this phenomenon to industrial fishing. Utilizing data from the past 47 years, Myers and Worm looked at the precipitous decline in the populations of species such as tuna, marlin,...

https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2003/0516
View Resource U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services: Fisheries and Habitat Conservation

With a penchant for invasive species management and habitat restoration, the Fisheries and Habitat Conservation Program within the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is interested in creating an environment for both "healthy fish" and "healthy people" through its various initiatives and partnerships. The homepage presents a rotating series of photographs that feature various fisheries facilities, and...

https://www.fws.gov/fisheries/