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Without swift, national action to protect the ocean's vast diversity of life from acidifying waters corals, shellfish, salmon and a whole host of beautiful creatures will be lost.We need your help to ask President Barack Obama and the Environmental Protection Agency to get working on a bold plan to curb ocean acidification.And then there is climate change and ocean acidification which threaten to flood nesting sites and disrupt food sources.Seabirds are about twice as likely as land-based birds to be threatened with extinction.A more exhaustive study, taking over a decade shows that the annual catches between 19 were much bigger than thought, but that the decline after the peak year of 1996 was much faster than official figures.
"The fact that we catch far more than we thought is, if you like, a more positive thing," he said."Because if we rebuild stocks, we can rebuild to more than we thought before." There has been success in some places where fishing has been restricted for a few years, for example in the Norwegian herring and cod fisheries. Pauly said: "I don't see African countries, for example, rebuilding their stocks, or being allowed to by the foreign fleets that are working there, because the pressure to continue to fish is very strong.We know how to fix this problem but whether we do it or not depends on conditions that are difficult." A 2015 study showed nearly 500 Chinese fishing vessels operating off west Africa, with scores of cases of illegal fishing, according to Greenpeace.In the end, large-scale actions to help seabirds could also go a long way in cleaning-up our increasingly trashed marine ecosystems."The oceans are still woefully under protected and fisheries need greater management and enforcement.
All of these activities need investment and support of governments around the world to make them happen," Lascelles said.