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Industrial fishing is
a) catching fish not used for personal consumption b) catching fish not used for food c) catching fish in harbors d) catching fish using technology such as satellites
Industrial fishing is ____________ % of the world commercial fish catch
a) 90 b) 5 c) 33 d) 50
According to the UN Food and Agriculture Organization the trend in world fish catch since WWII is
a) a steady increase b) wildly fluctuating c) a climb until 1988 and then an 10% decline annually d) a stable, renewable catch rate
Some doubt the UN Food and Agriculture Organization accuracy because
a) it is overly optimistic b) the reports have not been properly reviewed c) independent analysis says fish catch yields are much smaller than reported d) independent analysis says fish catch yields are much larger than reported
The predicted trend is that the worldwide fisheries
a) will continue to meet demand b) none of the above c) will fall short of demand d) will meet the demand only because demand is decreasing
____________ is taking no more fish than would affect future populations. Exceeding this is
a) industrial fishing, maximum sustainable yeild b) subsidy fishing, over fishing c) over fishing, industrial fishing d) maximum sustainable yield, over fishing
_______________% of the world's fisheries are overfisshed or depleted
a) 10 b) 33 c) between 50 and 70 d) all
Response to the overfishing that make the problem worse are
a) use of new technologies and methods and fishing new fisheries b) breeding fish and establishing marine reserves c) none of the above d)
Fishing species low on the food chain
a) can deplete species that feed on the fished species b) can allow competitive species to proliferate c) none of the answers are correct d) can deplete species that feed on the fished species AND can allow competitive species to proliferate
Indirect effect of fishing on the environment include
a) decline in species that feed on the fished species b) by catch c) none of the answers are correct d) decline in species that feed on the fished species AND by catch
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