Policy ForumMARINE CONSERVATION

U.S. seafood import restriction presents opportunity and risk

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Science  16 Dec 2016:
Vol. 354, Issue 6318, pp. 1372-1374
DOI: 10.1126/science.aai8222

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  1. A California sea lion has drowned in a deep water drift net. A new regulation sets limits on marine mammal bycatch in U.S. fish imports similar to U.S. fisheries' limits.

    PHOTO: © SAVE OUR SEAS LTD./ TOM CAMPBELL/MARINE PHOTOBANK
  2. Annual seafood exports to the United States by country

    Annual seafood exports (14), as a fraction of the country's annual GDP (15). Plants and algae, freshwater species, farmed products besides salmon, reptiles, and amphibians are excluded because of probable exemption (see table S2).

    GRAPHIC: J. YOU/SCIENCE