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1

name 5 reasons of the collapse for the east coast fishery

-changes in natural conditions
-destructive fishing practices
-overfishing
-improved fishing technology
-uncontrolled foreign fishing

2

name 5 problems for the east coast fishery

-changes in natural conditions
-destructive fishing practices
-overfishing
-improved fishing technology
-uncontrolled foreign fishing

3

changes in natural conditions change ____, _____ _____ and ______ ______

temperature / salinity levels / migration routes

4

destructive fishing practices include _____ ____ unwanted fish and catching ______ species

throwing away / nontarget

5

overfishing is caused when # of mature fish __ # of fish caught, there is an _____ _____ of mature fish and the ____ _____ is too high

6

some improvements in fishing technology include _______________, ______/_______ systems, and ________ nets

powerful engine driven trawlers / solar, satellite / inescapable

7

name 3 reasons of the collapse for the west coast fishery

-changes in the environment
-overfishing
-lack of a salmon fishing treaty

8

name 3 problems for the west coast fishery

-changes in the environment
-overfishing
-lack of a salmon fishing treaty

9

changes in natural conditions change ____, _____ _____ and ______ ______

temperature / salinity levels / migration routes

10

destructive fishing practices include _____ ____ unwanted fish and catching ______ species

throwing away / nontarget

11

overfishing is caused when # of mature fish __ # of fish caught, there is an _____ _____ of mature fish and the ____ _____ is too high

12

some improvements in fishing technology include _______________, ______/_______ systems, and ________ nets

powerful engine driven trawlers / solar, satellite / inescapable

13

uncontrolled foreign fishing means that other countries _______________ and fishing limits are _______

catch more than is sustainable / extended

14

name 3 problems for the west coast fishery

-changes in the environment
-overfishing
-lack of a salmon fishing treaty

15

if first nations/sport fishers are to have greater shares, ___________ will have to ______ their catch

commercial fishers / reduce

16

in the 1990s, how many tonnes of fish were caught a year?

800 000 tonnes

17

what are the US and Canada standpoints on a fishing treaty?

US: there are enough salmon (no restrictions)
Canada: fewer fish should be caught (preservation)

18

name 3 problems for the west coast fishery

-first nations
-sport fishing
-commercial fishing

19

first nations have to _______

fish for their own food

20

which salmon are worth more: recreationally caught or commercially caught salmon?

recreationally caught salmon

21

the ______ industry wants a bigger share of the available salmon

sport fishing

22

if first nations/sport fishers are to have greater shares, ___________ will have to ______ their catch

commercial fishers / reduce

23

the government is gradually purchasing __________ and ___________ so the number of commercial fishers are reduced

commercial fishing licenses / fishing boats