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Scientists Call for Wildlife Reserves to cover 30% of oceans

Jun 09,2007 SACN


"In the past decade, scientists have documented a steepening decline in the marine environment: anoxic dead zones because of a build-up of organic matter and the collapse of coral reefs and fish stocks.

"We have been harvesting the large fish from the sea for the past few hundred years and we have been far too effective.

There are now less than 10% of the large fish left that there were 100 years ago."

The Guardian



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