Food security implications of global marine catch losses due to overfishing.
J Bioecon. 2010; 12:183-200
Srinivasan UT, Cheung WWL, Watson R, Sumaila UR. J Bioecon. 2010; 12:183-200
This paper shows that global overfishing results not only in the well-known degradation of biodiversity and ecosystems but also in 'overfishing debt', a paradoxical -- and substantial -- loss of revenue and food security, particularly in the nations that can least afford it.
The pervasive detrimental impacts of overfishing on...
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