Water Resource plan sci275

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Running head: WATER RESOURCE PLAN DECLINING FISH STOCK 1 Water Resource Plan Declining Fish Stock Carrie Schmader SCI/275 9/04/2011 Zakiya Ross
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WATER RESOURCE PLAN DECLINING FISH STOCK 2 Water Resource Plan Declining Fish Stock I have chosen to write about the declining fish stock for my water resource plan. In the video the problem would be the depletion of the large-ocean fish such as swordfish and tuna. “As early as 2002, the United Nations reported that the commercial catches of cod, hake, haddock and flounder in the North Atlantic had dropped by 95 percent from earlier levels” (Facts About Overfishing And Solutions To Overfishing, 2011). There is only one reason why this happening is because of over fishing the waters and it’s diminishing the population of these large fish that are there. “According to a team of international scientists overfishing is more destructive to the ocean than toxic pollution or degrading water quality” (Science, V. E. 2011). There is another problem with fishermen fishing the ocean, is the net that they use to catch fish drag on the bottom of the ocean and it kills the ocean floor. So not only are they catching all the
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course SCI 275 275 taught by Professor Gardner during the Fall '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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