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Author Topic: [FEED]No fish story! Research finds marine reserves sustain broader fishing efforts  (Read 191 times)

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No fish story! Research finds marine reserves sustain broader fishing efforts

In their examination of marine reserves, also known as marine protected areas or MPAs, around coral reefs in the Philippines, Robert Fidler and Ralph Turingan found evidence that MPAs helped to produce and maintain the more desirable, large-bodied and older fish within populations that have been fished by local fishermen for centuries.
Source: No fish story! Research finds marine reserves sustain broader fishing efforts

 

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