Scientists Record 4 Collapses in Sardine Population in the Gulf of California
In the last 30 years, overfishing and alterations caused by Climate Change decimated the number of individuals and their fishing fell from 300 thousand tons per year to only 10 thousand
Sardine capture in the Gulf of California has fallen from 300,000 tons per year to just 10,000 tons per year, in four different cycles since 1991. An international scientific study published last Tuesday in the Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences concluded that radical population declines in sardines, called collapses, are caused by the combination...
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