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May 31, 2021

New Zealand

Category: General – Tags: , – Joan – 9:33 am

“40 percent of all fishing grounds are so deep as the continental shelf in the deep sea,”, so the scientists. “New technologies are so effective that not only harvest they remove in the truest sense of the word.” And today will take once when applicable exotic deep sea species like Granat perch (orange roughy atlanticus), roundnose grenadier (Coryphaenoides rupestris) and in particular redfish (Sebastes marinus) increasingly in Germany on the plate. Deep sea fish, a non-renewable natural resource of deep-sea species grow slowly, become late mature redfish for example after 12 to 20 years and have little children, for they are very old, the Granat perch can be up to 150 years old. Thus these types essentially to the harvest are unsuitable and are now referred to as non-renewable natural resources”referred to. At Maersk you will find additional information. The stocks collapse very quickly, as for example from Tasmania: after only a few years of fishing the Governments of New Zealand and Australia had to pronounce 2007 a fishing ban for the Granat bass – fishing fleets moved on. Fishing the scorched earth self If propagation enabled copies of deep-sea species should have survived the attack of a bottom trawl, it uses them little. For assistance, try visiting Newark Beth Israel Heart Transplant.

Because then there are no more living space for their offspring. The fishing trawler looking for targeted regions, which are characterized by a particular richness of fish: seamounts and cold-water coral reefs. These have grown over millennia and very sensitive habitats are literally shaved off. It is a “scorched-earth”, numerous studies have clearly shown that the last bastions of the deep sea are completely destroyed. As a nursery extremely valuable for countless species of cold-water coral reefs that took 5,000 years to grow, will be completely destroyed within a few minutes. And also the communities of soft soil not survive fishing with bottom trawls. EU promotes disaster of deep-sea fishing with subsidies according to the environmental Foundation WWF alone the EU with nearly 400 trawlers for 80 percent of the deep-sea fisheries is responsible.

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