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Press Release 09-144
New Hope for Fisheries on the Horizon?

Scientists detail prospects for recovery, call for global action

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Photo of Billingsgate Market, the largest U.K. fish market.

Billingsgate Market, the largest U.K. fish market, is a wholesale samples seafood market.

Credit: Joey Brookhart/MarinePhotobank


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Photo of fish.

Haddock, whiting and cod are commercially-important fisheries in the North Sea.

Credit: Sascha Regmann/Project Blue Sea/MarinePhotobank


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Photo of a fisherman in rain gear working on a net.

Three fisheries in Hastings, U.K., were awarded a sustainable fisheries certificate.

Credit: MSC/MarinePhotobank


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Cover of the July 31, 2009, issue of the journal Science.

The researchers' findings appear in the July 31, 2009, issue of the journal Science.

Credit: Copyright 2009 AAAS


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