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Posted at 06:36 PM in Business & Economy | Permalink
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Why not give the fish a chance to recover their populations?
"Two independent long-term time series now reveal strikingly similar trends of wide-ranging declines in fish populations in the California Current. ... data show that fish abundance from both studies has declined sharply since 1970, with a 72 percent decline in overall larval fish abundance in the CalCOFI data set and a 78 percent decline in fishes from the PPI sampling. ... “The fish populations in the California Current have declined for four decades with no signs of reversal. This reflects large-scale change in environmental conditions, potentially including the transport of the California Current, salinity, zooplankton productivity, and other factors,”
Jay Bird |
September 25, 2023 at 01:57 PM
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