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Maryland, And since the only large theropods known to be living then in the region—T. “If you say commercial fishing will not take place until the there is sufficient science,C. who also served on the US delegation to the negotiations “It’s a great example of putting the precautionary principle into action” The deal to protect 28 million square kilometers of international waters in the Arctic was reached after six meetings spread over 2 years It includes not just nations with coastal claims in the Arctic but nations such as China Japan and South Korea with fishing fleets interested in operating in the region Thus far thick ice and uncertain fish stocks have kept commercial fishing vessels out of the CAO but the region is becoming increasingly accessible because of rapid loss of summer sea ice In recent summers as much as 40% of the CAO has been open water mostly north of Alaska and Russia over the Chukchi Plateau As the summer sea ice becomes thinner and its edge retreats northward more sunlight is penetrating the water increasing production of plankton the base of the Arctic food web These sun-fed plankton are gobbled up by Arctic cod which in turn are hunted by animals higher up the food chain including seals polar bears and humans Some parts of the Arctic Ocean’s adjacent seas such as the Barents Sea (off the northern coasts of Russia and Norway) saw steep increases in primary production in 2016 approaching 35% above the 2003–15 average Under international law these high seas are open to anyone In the absence of an agreement fishing there would not be illegal but it would be unregulated—and some researchers environmental groups and policymakers fear it could harm the fragile and rapidly changing marine ecosystem In the late 1980s fishing trawlers from Japan China and elsewhere crowded the international waters in the Bering Sea between Russia and the United States and removed millions of tons of pollock By the early 1990s the pollock population had crashed It has still not recovered In 2012 approximately 2000 scientists called for a fishing moratorium in the CAO to prevent a similar catastrophe Their efforts were a success: By 2015 Canada Denmark (representing Greenland) Norway Russia and the United States—the nations with Arctic coastlines—vowed to bar their own fishing vessels from the area But that left the Arctic open to large global fishing fleets Delegations from Japan China South Korea Iceland and the European Union joined discussion later that year to negotiate a new agreement In December 2016 before he left office then-President Barack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau affirmed their commitment to a legally binding agreement to prevent unregulated fishing in the CAO “The delegations saw the wisdom in waiting [to start commercial fishing] until there was enough science and management in place” says Ambassador David Balton of the US Department of State in Washington DC, some have criticized the World Color Survey for frequently misinterpreting communities’ responses, according to data previously collected in the World Color Survey.33 kilometres per pixel. “When I saw the news on TV (about his death).