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Project on global issue overfishing

Project on global issue overfishing

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  • 1. Over fishing By: Peter 7 th Grade Social Studies Sept.4 2009
  • 2.
    • When did over fishing start?
    • Over fishing really took off around 1950-1994. The global capture exceeded 95 million tons of fish!
  • 3. 2. What are the effects of over fishing?
    • Over fishing can endanger and wipe out species of fish. Removing one species will disrupt the entire ecosystem.
  • 4. 3. How did over fishing start? Where?
    • When fishing technology increased, more fish were getting caught, and if they were not the right kind of fish, they would just be killed.
  • 5. 4. Who caused over fishing?
    • China, South America, and Japan have the largest over fishing rates in the world. Each country exceeds 500% of capture!
  • 6.
    • Over fishing is very bad for our oceans. It affect everyone and everything around us. Unless we stop it, there will be no fish left.
  • 7. Thanks for viewing!

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