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Lake Erie wiped out commercially important fishes such as blue pike, white-fish,
and lake trout by the 1960s. Since then, tighter regu ations on waste durrping into
the ake have enab ed some fish popuations to rebound, but many of the native ...
For examp e, commercial 'mportart fish populations arour the word have
collapsed in tr IF yl human dominated. Even vast mae jCDQ-'< face of rnount'ng
fishing pressu from ircreasingly sophisticate equipment that puts nearly all
limits to fishing (Figure 55.20). Gell and Roberts present strong evidence that a
patchwork of marine reserves can serve as a rreans of both increas'ng fish
populations within the reserves and improving fishing success in nearby areas.
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