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NOAA bans commercial harvesting of krill
Date:7/13/2009

tegory, "prohibited harvest species." This new group may not be caught or taken by any fishery or gear type within the EEZ.

Krill are important because they convert microscopic phytoplankton into a food source for numerous other species and are a principal food source for many species of fish, seabirds and marine mammals. Some of the species that depend on krill as prey are listed as threatened or endangered under the Endangered Species Act, and many others are important as target species for commercial and recreational fisheries on the west coast.


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Contact: Jim Milbury
Jim.Milbury@noaa.gov
562-980-4006
NOAA Headquarters
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