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Com). SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN 37 OPINION better aquaculture technologies are already evolving rapidly, and public funds and prizes could promote research to advance them. At the same time, the pillaging of the oceans will continue unless regulations such as tradable fishing permits that limit the total catch to sustainable levels are also used to contain the exploitation of the ocean commons. Subsidies for excessive ocean fishing should also be slashed. Egregious practices such as bottom trawling on seamounts should be outlawed by international agreement.
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