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STENECK IN CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR BLOG Comments

July 7, 2009

 

STENECK IN CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR BLOG Comments from Robert Steneck of the UMaine School of Marine Sciences faculty are in a Christian Science Monitor blog

(http://features.csmonitor.com/environment/2009/07/01/community-based-fishery-management-and-somali-pirates/).

The blog examines issues related to the depletion of fisheries in various parts of the world, attributable to what Steneck calls "roving banditry" -- large-scale trawling operations from places like Europe, South Korea, Japan, China, Taiwan and the

U.S. aggressively harvesting fish populations in regions including Africa's northwest coast. The story draws a connection between depleted fisheries and the emergence of piracy in that part of the world.

 
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