Fate of Illegal Driftnetters in Alask...

Fate of Illegal Driftnetters in Alaskan Harbor

There are 1 comment on the Marine News story from Feb 25, 2013, titled Fate of Illegal Driftnetters in Alaskan Harbor. In it, Marine News reports that:

Some two years ago the USCG cutter Rush intercepted the Da Cheng driftnetting on the high seas near Japan, a practice banned by U.N. moratorium because of its devastating effects on marine ecosystems.

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Jeff

Toronto, Canada

#1 Mar 7, 2013

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