New tool developed to monitor health of marine ecosystems and extinction risk of species

Scientists from Simon Fraser University are part of an international team of researchers that has developed a new science-based indicator.

The global indicator measures the state of marine biodiversity based on changes in extinction risk recorded over seven decades in oceanic predatory fishes (52 populations of 18 different species of tuna, billfish and sharks).

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