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Chapter 12: Oceans and the Environment     Big Question: Can We Learn to Manage the Oceans’ Resources?
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Lesson 12 / ESRM 100 / University of Washington World Fish Production
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Lesson 12 / ESRM 100 / University of Washington The Decline of Fish Populations
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Lesson 12 / ESRM 100 / University of Washington Death of a Fishery Case Study: Chesapeake Bay- A fishery disaster in the U.S.   
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Lesson 12 / ESRM 100 / University of Washington Other Problems Highly polluted farm runoff. Scientific theory remains inadequate
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Lesson 12 / ESRM 100 / University of Washington An Ocean Is Many Habitats and Ecosystems
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Lesson 12 / ESRM 100 / University of Washington Where Are the Fish? Most fish we eat come from continental shelves.
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Lesson 12 / ESRM 100 / University of Washington Salmon, Anchovies and Upwellings Managing ocean fisheries is difficult. Salmon illustrate the problems of managing ocean fisheries. Many factors  influence their birth  and death rates.
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