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Old 01-29-2011, 01:00 PM   #1
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Default Customized fishing and conservation practices.

There are so many peoples taking sustenance from the waters of the earth. How do people make a living from the seas without killing the golden goose? Some scientists are trying to figure that out. This particular study is targeting smale scale fisheries rather than the big industrial fisheries, as a group they are very important to the success of any plan.



Common ground for ecosystems and fishing in Northwest Mexico

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While fisheries resources in Northwest Mexico are currently managed as one homogeneous area, the researchers' proposed sub-regions differentiate between areas rich in mangroves versus rocky shores, reefs versus soft sea bottoms, as well as temperate versus tropical regions, and geological features distinguishing west and east.
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Such sub-regions, the researchers say, could be crucial for implementing specific, customized fishing and conservation practices, including so-called "ecosystem-based management" approaches in each region.
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