Your Favorite Seafood May Be in Peril, Study Says

Publication: The Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Author: Robert McClure


11/03/2006 - If overfishing and other trends harming fish stocks around the world continue on their current path, we'll be saying sayonara to the seafood we love best in coming decades, according to a new scientific study published today.In a report that echoes some of the trends alarming scientists who study Puget Sound, researchers examined large marine ecosystems that produced more than four-fifths of the world's seafood during the past half-century.

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Article quotes Joshua Reichert, head of The Pew Charitable Trusts' environment program.

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