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Developed countries are exploiting the fishing stocks of developing countries. In the Great Island Marine Reserve of New Zealand, 1370 acres of water are protected. There is a history of fishery mismanagement ever since the industrial revolution. Narrator for France (voice) Manolo Pacheco Luis . It explains in an engaging way the state of our oceans. Furthermore, there is even an oversupply problem in the current market as technological innovations have allowed entire schools of bluefin tuna to be caught at the same time. Technological advances, political indecisiveness, and commercial interests in the fishing industry have produced a culture where fish stocks are being exploited beyond their capacity to regenerate. Local fisherman noticed that fish populations were being systematically wiped out. For example, maximum sustainable yield, the optimal point between sustainable population size and the fishing intensity, is currently discredited because of the inability to accurately measure fish quantities. Related National Geographic Videos Video: Watery Wasteland Video: Declining Fish Video: Shark Alert! .

Europeans have settled and fished in Newfoundland for 500 years, since John Cabot arrived in 1497. As a consequence, they are taking more fish. In 1997, the Grand Banks cod fisheries of Newfoundland, Canada, had collapsed. Computers can plot fish underwater, specify its quantity, and map it with a three-dimensional image. Iceland currently uses this system and their waters are among the few places in the world where fish is both plentiful and on the increase. "Review of 'The End of the Line: How Overfishing Is Changing the World and What We Eat'." The Times Higher Education Supplement. Solutions that people can do: fish less today so we can harvest more fish in the future, eat less fish that is wastefully caught, become educated about fish so that we can reject fish caught unsustainably, and favour the most selective, least wasteful fishing methods. Remarkably, all filets that McDonalds use are MSC certified, with more large stores to follow. .. The End of the Line The End of the Line at the Internet Movie Database The End of the Line trailer .

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