Better accounting needed for freshwater fish

November 10, 2014 8:29 AM

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East Lansing — In a world whose ocean fish are being steadily depleted by over-harvesting, too little attention is being paid to the ability of fresh water bodies to provide fish for human consumption, Michigan State University scientists said.

So-Jung Youn, a graduate student in Michigan State’s Center for Systems Integration and Sustainability, led a study of how governments around the world account for fresh water fishing as part of their analysis of food production.

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