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Great strategy, I will take some of your approaches.
I don’t take many notes either, I just focus on learning the material with minimal distractions, class material sticks better to me when I focus on the lecture and don’t take notes.
I like how you pointed out how boundaries of international waters can affect a fishery because of the difficulty to regulate whos catching them and how many are being caught.
I like that you point out the Northern Cods history and how much longer it has been fished than Alaskan Pollock.
I also believe that urban development poses a huge threat to marine life. The runoff would increase into the waterways and water regimes would be altered.
Advancing farmed fishing and making it more efficient would relive a lot of stress off of the wild fish populations, we can use farmed fish to substitute other uses that fish are used for like fish oil.
I agree with your definition, that it is resources that life relay on.
I also agree that the substitutes that we create need to be well studied to make sure that it will have a minimal effect on the environment.September 11, 2019 at 10:14 pm in reply to: AquaAdvantage, Salmo domesticus, & Genetic Engineering #195804
Yes, I believe that we should not use genetic modifications unless we face a major crisis.
Yes, I agree. We must take huge precautions to make sure our salmon will survive, even without our help.
I agree that farming fish causes negative effects. From disease to waste of resources. I believe that farming fish is not efficient and only causes negative effects around its environment.
I also agree that we should protect our currently perfect salmon with the best genetics and not create our own version of salmon.
I also agree that it is hard to judge because of the different effects of fish populations in different areas.
I also grew up on the water and did not notice a change in fish populations and always filled our bag limits. But did notice how the bag limits drastically decreased over a short span of time for shrimp and rockfish.