In the News: Biology grad student speaks on the island’s decreasing fish population
By Enqi Yang of the Guam Daily Post
The CHamoru people have relied on fishing as a way of life for centuries, and it's a practice that continues today. However, there's a growing concern of a dwindling population of reef fish.
According to officials with the Guam Department of Agriculture's Division of Aquatic and Wildlife Resources, the growth of commercial fisheries in the last 10 years has decreased the reef fish population.