Governability of fisheries: theory and applications
Around four decades ago professionals working on fi sheries problems generally agreed there was a crisis in the world’s fi sheries. The world’s fi sh catch had leveled off, many formerly productive fi sheries were badly depleted, and a few had utterly collapsed. Since then some progress has been made, but the overall trend worldwide has continued downward. True, the world’s total fish supply increased over this time, but that was mainly a result of increased targeting of smaller species further down the marine food web, and also the phenomenal growth of aquaculture.
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