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Press Release 06-160
Accelerating Loss of Ocean Species Threatens Human Well-Being

Current trends project collapse of currently fished seafoods by 2050

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Scientists have found that the oceans have experienced a profound loss of species.

Scientists have found that the oceans have experienced a profound loss of species.

Credit: ARC COE for Coral Reef Studies

 

Studies suggest tuna boats like this one may soon have no fish to catch.

Studies suggest tuna boats like this one may soon have no fish to catch.

Credit: Wolcott Henry 2005/Marine Photobank

 



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