Too many boats chasing too few dish

April 1998
Environmental Nutrition;Apr98, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p3
Focuses on the efforts by the Natural Resources Defense Council and SeaWeb to urge chefs to stop offering swordfish. Method used in catching swordfish; Types of swordfish species that are seeing a decrease in number; Type of swordfish species that are not overfished.


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