NET LOSSES: INDUSTRIALIZED FISHING HITS WORLD'S MOST POPULAR SPECIES reveals a dramatic decline in numbers of large predatory fish -- such as tuna, blue marlin and swordfish -- since the advent of industrialized fishing, according to a review of 50 years of data compiled by Dalhousie University. A report to be published in the journal Nature states the world's oceans have lost more than 90% of large predatory fish, with potentially severe consequences for the ecosystem. Populations of even ...

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