Study Finds Mixed Results for U.S. Fish Populations

While most domestic assessed fish populations appear to be managed sustainably, a new report on U.S. fisheries also shows that the number of stocks in danger of being overfished or depleted jumped from 2005 to 2006, prompting government officials and environmental groups to urge formulation of stronger rules to protect endangered fish species. However, the report from the National Oceanic

WASHINGTON — While most domestic assessed fish populations appear to be managed sustainably, a new report on U.S. fisheries also shows that the number of stocks in danger of being overfished or depleted jumped from 2005 to 2006, prompting government officials and environmental groups to urge formulation of stronger rules to protect endangered fish species.

However, the report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration should reassure consumers about the fish they

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