A. OACHIȘ 1, Ș. ZOICAN1, L. VORNICU1, Laura ȘMULEAC1, R. PAȘCALĂU1 1University of Life Sciences “King Mihai I” from Timișoara,Romania
The intersection of fisheries and environmental issues presents a delicate challenge in today's world. This article highlights the complex and multifaceted relationship between fisheries and environmental concerns. As fisheries play a critical role in global food security and economic sustenance, their activities have significant environmental implications, affecting marine ecosystems, biodiversity, and the sustainability of aquatic resources. Sustainable fisheries management practices, including the establishment of marine protected areas, eco-friendly fishing techniques, and the reduction of bycatch, are essential to mitigate adverse environmental impacts. Striking a balance between meeting the growing demand for seafood and safeguarding our oceans and aquatic ecosystems is of paramount importance for the future of our planet. The dynamic nature of both aquaculture and ecosystems underscores the ongoing need for research and monitoring. Adapting practices and regulations in alignment with emerging scientific insights is essential. The challenge of preserving biodiversity in fish-farming arrangements is not insurmountable. By implementing the outlined methods and recognizing the inherent value of aquatic ecosystems, a transition to a more sustainable and environmentally responsible aquaculture sector becomes feasible. This article sets the stage for a comprehensive exploration of the interplay between fisheries and the environment, shedding light on the key challenges, solutions, and their implications for our shared ecological future.
fisheries, issues, conservation, environment, preservation, importance
environmental engineering
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