5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- purse-seine fishing
- Maximum sustainable yield (MSY)
- individual transfer rights (ITR)
- optimum sustainable yield (OSY)
- a takes into account the interaction between species when projecting the ideal number of fish that can be harvested from fish stocks without a population drop
- b (traditional approach) model used to project the maximum number of fish that can be harvested annually from fish stocks without a population drop
- c used to catch tuna, mackerel, anchovies, and herring. Encloses large schools of fish with an open net at the surface.
- d the area of ocean needed to sustain the consumption of an average person, a nation, or the world
- e Fishing owners have ownership to a specific percentage of total allowed catch (TAC) which can be bought, sold or lease as needed by the owners
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Allows for the destruction of existing wetlands as long as an equal area of the same type of wetland is created or restored
- form of coral reef restoration in which restored/repaired coral reefs are utilized for an economical advantage.
- non-target species of fish that are caught through fishing techniques
- using large complex computer models to manage multi-species fisheries.
- Habitat loss and degradation, Invasive species, Population growth, Pollution, Climate change, Overfishing
5 True/False Questions
trawler fishing → used to catch specific fish species but can everything in its path. Large nets that hang from the surfaces to a depth of 50 ft and 40 mi long that drift for days before being retrieved.
watershed → marine mammals ranging from 3 ft (porpoise) to 50-100 ft (blue whale)
cetaceans → marine mammals ranging from 3 ft (porpoise) to 50-100 ft (blue whale)
commercial extinction → no longer profitable to continue fishing the affected species of fish
eutrophication → excessive introduction of nitrates and phosphates from fertilizers (plant nutrients)