Rampant overfishing in the world’s oceans has led to a dramatic decline in big “predatory” fish populations — especially those really tasty ones we enjoy eating, like tuna and cod — while creating an overabundance of small fish.

That’s according to data from a 2011 regression analysis by scientists at …read more

Source: The Lowdown

Interactive Visualization: What a Century of Overfishing Looks Like 3 September,2015Matthew Green

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Matthew Green is a digital media producer for KQED News. He previously produced The Lowdown, KQED’s multimedia news education blog. Matthew's written for numerous Bay Area publications, including the Oakland Tribune and San Francisco Chronicle. He also taught journalism classes at Fremont High School in East Oakland.

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