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In addition to the physical impacts of bottom fishing on deep-sea ecosystems, the depletion of deep-sea species is a matter of international concern.


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Depletion 
of ocean fisheries

For centuries, humanity’s need for fish products was supplied by capture fisheries from the abundance of oceans, lakes and rivers, 

BBC News – Shortages: Fish on the slide

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Jun 17, 2012 – In the first of a series of five essays on declining global resources, the BBC’s Environment Analyst Roger Harrabin looks at the depletion of fish 

Causes of overfishing « World Ocean Review

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Dwindling fish stocks  too complex for simple explanations. Whether a fish stock survives over the long term or is fished to the point of depletion depends on …

Fisheries – GEG Project

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Estimates predict nearly complete depletion of natural fisheries as early as 2056 (Roach, 2006). Fisheries are plagued by over-harvesting, a rate of fish mortality 

Overfishing — National Geographic – The Ocean

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World Fish Stocks. Learn about the status of global marine fish stocks and which areas of the world are at risk of stock depletion. Photo: Shark in a net 

Fisheries Depletion – Going, Going… gone? (framed version)

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“About 70 percent of the world’s marine fish stocks are heavily exploited, overexploited, depleted or slowly recovering,” according to a 1995 report by the United 


Rapid worldwide depletion of predatory fish communities : Article

 

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by RA Myers – 2003 – Cited by 1986 – Related articles Rapid worldwide depletion of predatory fish communities. Ransom A. Myers & Boris Worm. Biology Department, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 


Rapid worldwide depletion of predatory fish communities : Abstract 

 

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by RA Myers – 2003 – Cited by 1985 – articles Rapid worldwide depletion of predatory fish communities. Ransom A. Myers & Boris Worm. Biology Department, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, 


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The above shows that over 25% of all the world’s fish stocks are either overexploited or depleted. Another 52% is fully exploited, these are in imminent danger of