Un articolo dell’Atlantic spiega perché, pur partendo dagli stessi dati, secondo Global Fishing Watch l’industria del pesce sfrutta il 55% degli oceani secondo l’Università di Washington solo il 4%.
How could two groups have produced such wildly different answers using the same set of data? At its core, this is a simple academic disagreement about scale. But it’s also a more subtle debate that hinges on how we think about the act of fishing, and how to measure humanity’s influence on the planet. “I think this discussion really shows how little we know about the world’s oceans and why making data publicly available is so important for stimulating research,” says Kroodsma.
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