Current Fisheries Management Jeopardizes Marine Ecosystems Source:Stony Brook University dedicated to advancing ocean conservation through science

TRADITIONAL FISHERIES MANAGEMENT APPROACH JEOPARDIZES MARINE ECOSYSTEMS WORLDWIDE Fisheries expert and executive director of Institute for Ocean Conservation Science at Stony Brook University presents assessment of current fisheries management in the journal Science Newswise — STONY BROOK, NY– In a Perspectives article, “The Risks of Overfishing,” published online today in the October 26 issue of the journal Science, Dr. Ellen K. Pikitch, executive director of the Institute for Ocean Conservation Science and professor at Stony

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Taking over the fishing regulations of a nation involves vanity and corruption – Part 1. In 1975, Jane Lubchenco, a young zoology student from,,,,,Coincidentally, during that period (1983-1987), Dr. Ellen Pikitch also worked as an Asst Professor Dept of Fisheries and Wildlife at,,,,,Read More. Lots More. http://fishery.about.com/b/2011/04/24/united-states-fishing-regulations-a-coup-detat.htm

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    Stony Brook Institute for Ocean Conservation Science

    At the State University of New York's Stony Brook campus, this is the most recent perch for Pew Fellow Ellen Pikitch, prior director of the Pew Center for Marine Studies/Pew Institute for Ocean Science (and recipient of well over $15 million from Pew – link). SUNY has received $3 million from Pew and $750,000 from Lenfest (link). http://www.fishtruth.net/SUNY.htm