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I think you’re right the demand for us has increased ahead of the supply of fish that we currently have, and if people don’t realize it soon then they will not be able to fix it
This is a great caption, I think you’re right that people have started to learn somewhat but it definitely needs to go further and be sure to be on the right direction
I should’ve thought about doing a quizlet instead of making the flashcards maybe that would have helped me further.
I did the same thing with looking over notes and looking over the test, I think its a really good way to help
I agree with the differences that you listed here. I believe that the two are very similar In multiple ways but also have several differences and this is why the pollock industry prospers as of right now and has been while the cod industry collapsed, and the major difference is that the pollock is being held at a sustainable size in the wild and cod wasn’t.
I agree that the two are very very similar, in hopes that the pollock industry doesn’t collapse like the cod industry like you mentioned there were specific strategies put in place like trying to stabilize the pollock population to maintain it better than the cod was to be able to save the species.
I agree when you say that simply having no fish zones isn’t enough to stopping people from continuing doing what they are currently. This is a really good idea to try to ensure that the restoration of populations are made, and when you say that developers should be forced to show ways that they will minimize this I know that this is a thing in some places but when they do try to fix the problem they started it doesn’t always work the best in the end.
I completely agree with this idea of a fishing limit within certain areas to a certain extent for certain people of course, but I also don’t think that people will always listen to this or obey this unless it was enforced in someway
The connection made between the fall of the cod and shifting baselines is what I said, I agree on the fact that fishers thought that this was normal for the fishing population because this is what they’ve grown up with.
I agree with the connection of the shifting baseline and the fall of the northern cod population in this, and the way to stop looking at the shifting baseline is something that I didn’t think of but is good.
I agree with this post because of it explaining all of the points in detail and agreeing with mine that the Atlantic Salmon does have the capability to pass the “test” that Francis Galton set up rather than the seabass passing the test.
I do not completely agree with this post only because I think that the Atlantic Salmon would prosper because it passes almost all of the criteria that Francis Galton mentioned in the text of the book but I do agree because I do not think the Seabass would prosper.
I do not think of the word sustainability in the same way as this, I look more into it as the environment being able to replace what is being taken out of it and it being at a healthy compact not in a way that we need to leave the earth in a healthy way for next generations.
I agree with this description of how Solow described sustainability and how in depth that this went with quotes as well. I also agree with this argument of the wild fisheries against the aquaculture facing the question that we were asked.
This description of the phrase we were meant to define I completely agree with. I think that along with this we should be looking at ways to fix what we have now before we try and start something completely new and something that could not be so good for us, we should not give up on the salmon species as a whole we should try and patch it up.