I'm encouraged by this success, especially where the compliance of fishers were concerned. They made sacrifices, something ordinary "Commons" thinking does not allow. And that the intervention by scientists, managers and fishers was not limited to one species brings to mind the need for such a broad-based conservation practice wherever conservation methods are utilized. Having a resurgence in only one species at a time may create imbalances elsewhere, which were not sufficiently accounted for at the outset of intervention (if it were indeed possible to calculate for all events). I still applaud success wherever it occurs.
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