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Press Release 10-218
Widely Adopted Indicator of Fisheries Health Questioned

Inaccurate conclusions may have been reached in many ecosystems

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Photo of a load of salmon from Prince William Sound, Alaska.

A load of salmon from Prince William Sound, Alaska, awaits delivery to a fish tender.

Credit: Suresh A. Sethi/University of Washington


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Photo of a trawl net carrying Alaskan pollock being brought aboard a U.S. vessel.

A trawl net carrying some 100 tons of Alaskan pollock is brought aboard a U.S. vessel.

Credit: Ed Melvin/University of Washington


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Photo of a broom being used to move Alaskan pollock on the deck of a ship.

A broom is used to move Alaskan pollock on the deck of a ship.

Credit: Ed Melvin/University of Washington


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Graph showing Gulf of Alaska shrimp trawls with more fish in red, trophic level in black.

Gulf of Alaska shrimp trawls (red line) show more fish; no improvement, trophic level in black.

Credit: Trevor Branch/University of Washington


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Photo showing Japanese longline fishers catching southern bluefin tuna.

Japanese longline fishers catch southern bluefin tuna from waters near New Zealand.

Credit: Ed Melvin/University of Washington


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