RECREATIONAL FISHING in MANGROVES

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RECREATIONAL FISHING in MANGROVES
  1. OVERFISHING DEFINE
    1. IMPACT ON BIODIVERSITY OF ECOSYSTEM
      1. DISTURBANCE TO FOOD-WEB
      2. A PRIMARY THREAT
      3. A mangrove is a tree, shrub, palm or ground fern.
        1. THREATENED ECOSYSTEM
          1. STRUCTURE
            1. animals shelter
            2. Grows above mean sea level
              1. Marine coastal environments and estuarine margins
              2. LICENSE NEEDED TO FISH
                  1. Takes advantage of mangrove food supply.
                    1. MANGROVE JACK
                  2. 3RD LARGEST AREA OF MANGROVE IN AUSTRALIA
                    1. CRUSTACEANS: CRABS, PRAWNS AND SHRIMP
                    2. MANY FISH SPECIES FOUND AS BABIES (JUVENILES)
                      1. Bioturbation
                        1. GREAT NURSERIES
                          1. 75% of the commercially caught fish, prawns spend some part of their life cycle living in the mangroves.
                          2. Vital breeding habitat for baby species.
                          3. ALGAE AND DETRITUS
                            1. Common examples
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