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how would you plan to view both negatively and positively by the environmentalists and the fisherman?

what is other problems beside declining fish stock that result from fishermens' techniques for catching fish?

how would your plan affects the community consider issues relating to jobs, resources and lifestyle?

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  1. If you explain your plan and then answer the questions, we'll be glad to comment.

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    Ms. Sue
  2. well think about overfishing, and if overfishing happens too much, they can wipe out, its not good for the environment to overuse resources

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