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According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, total world capture fisheries production in 2000 was 86 million tons ( FAO 2002 ).
According to a 2008 UN report, the world's fishing fleets are losing US $ 50 billion each year through depleted stocks and poor fisheries management.
According to fisheries scientist Milo Adkison ( 2007 ), the primary limitation in fisheries management decisions is poor data.
According to the Food and Agriculture Organization ( FAO ), the world harvest in 2005 consisted of 93. 3 million tonnes captured by commercial fishing in wild fisheries, plus 48. 1 million tonnes produced by fish farms.
According to the FAO, there are " no clear and generally accepted definitions of fisheries management ".
According to the FAO, fisheries management should be based explicitly on political objectives, ideally with transparent priorities.
According to a 2008 UN report, titled The Sunken Billions: The Economic Justification for Fisheries Reform, the world's fishing fleets incur a "$ US 50 billion annual economic loss " through depleted stocks and poor fisheries management.
According to Fishing Oregon: An Angler's Guide to Oregon, the Wilson River is " one of the state's best steelhead and Chinook salmon fisheries ".
According to Zeke Grader, Jr., the executive director of the Pacific Coast Federation of Fishermen's Associations, the largest active trade association of commercial fishermen on the west coast, " Most of the U. S. fisheries stocks are facing a disaster due to over capitalization of the fishing industry and the mismanagement practices of U. S. Department of Commerce's National Marine Fisheries Service ( NMFS ) and their appointed regional fishery management councils ”.
According to central fisheries board statistics, 101, 231 returning salmon were taken by drift nets off the west coast of Ireland in 2005.

According and scientist
According to political scientist Arthur Stinchcombe, citizenship is based on the extent that a person can control one's own destiny within the group in the sense of being able to influence the government of the group.
According to political scientist Richard F. Bensel in his study of the 1896 Democratic convention, " Although the silver men knew they would win this fight, they nonetheless needed someone to tell them — and the gold men — why they must enshrine silver at the heart of the platform.
According to political scientist William Harpine in his study of the rhetoric of the 1896 campaign, " Bryan's speech cast a net for the true believers, but only for the true believers.
According to political scientist Norman Finkelstein transfer was considered as an acceptable solution to the problems of ethnic conflict, up until around World War II and even a little afterward, in certain cases.
According to scientist Dr. Steinn Sigurdsson, " There are viable bacterial spores that have been found that are 40 million years old on Earth-and we know they're very hardened to radiation.
According to Allende, Einstein had solved the theory, but had suppressed it, since mankind was not ready for it — a confession that the scientist allegedly shared with the mathematician and philosopher Bertrand Russell.
According to a theory by NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory scientist Zdeněk Sekanina, the latest impactor to actually make contact with the Sun was the " supercomet " Howard-Koomen-Michels on August 30, 1979.
According to the guide, there are three castes: scientist, soldier, and worker.
According to him, Levin was not actually a scientist ( mathematician, biologist or the like ) but a kind of ordinary system administrator who managed to get hands on the ready data about how to penetrate in Citibank machines and then exploit them.
According to a report by contemporary scientist Emanuel Swedenborg, the King had sketched down a model of his thought on a piece of paper and handed it to him at their meeting in Lund in 1716.
According to legend, the 13th-century scientist and philosopher Albertus Magnus is said to have discovered the philosopher's stone and passed it to his pupil, Thomas Aquinas, shortly before his death circa 1280.
According to political scientist Samuel P. Huntington, who is credited with inventing the phrase " Davos Man ", they are people who " have little need for national loyalty, view national boundaries as obstacles that thankfully are vanishing, and see national governments as residues from the past whose only useful function is to facilitate the élite's global operations ".
According to researcher Sari Kawana, he was one of the writers involved in writing " mad scientist murders ," a subgenre within the larger stream of Japanese detective fiction during the 1920s and 1930s.
According to political scientist Trond Nordby, Jagland felt that a cabinet which achieved less than 36. 9 % would not be suited to achieve meaningful results in the face of a superior Parliament.
According to the testimony of Roodeplaat Research Laboratories scientist Schalk van Rensburg
According to the preface of a book by the Swedish critic Olof Lagercrantz, Swedenborg wrote to his benefactor and brother-in-law Eric Benzelius that he believed he ( Swedenborg ) might be destined to be a great scientist.
According to the agreement, Jackson Laboratory will enter into a collaborative research agreement with the UConn Health Center and will create at least 300 positions within 10 years, of which 90 or 30 percent of the total number of employees, whichever is higher, will be senior scientist positions.
According to political scientist George Mayer:
According to political scientist Timothy Haughton:
According to the book Skeptics Dictionary, Chopra's " mind-body claims get even murkier as he tries to connect Ayurveda with quantum physics .” Chopra also participated in the Channel 4 ( UK ) documentary The Enemies of Reason, where, when interviewed by scientist Richard Dawkins, he admitted that the term " quantum theory " was being used as a metaphor and that it has little to do with the actual quantum theory in physics.
According to a scientist the marine finds alive in the labs, the Soul Cube is a weapon created by the ancient civilization to defend against the forces of Hell.
According to political scientist Bohdan Krawchenko, the Soviet policy of urbanisation and russification actually strengthened Ukrainian national identity.
According to political scientist Cas Mudde, the party's ideology is best described as civic nationalism.

According and Milo
According to singer Milo Aukerman: " While drinking all this coffee in the midst of catching mackerel they came up with the concept of All — doing the utmost, achieving the utmost.
According to Milo, the reunion is not an official reformation.
* According to the limited yet official sources given by Disney in their merchandising, Fishkill also happens to be the birthplace of Milo Thatch, from Atlantis: The Lost Empire.
According to Milo Kearney ( 2003 ) " The South Arabs in protest took to pirate attacks over the Roman ships in the Gulf of Aden.
According to Milo Rigaud " The veves represent figures of the astral forces ...

According and primary
According to Akbar S. Ahmed, like modern anthropologists, he engaged in extensive participant observation with a given group of people, learnt their language and studied their primary texts, and presented his findings with objectivity and neutrality using cross-cultural comparisons.
According to the anthropologist Tim Ingold, animism shares similarities to totemism but differs in its focus on individual spirit beings which help to perpetuate life, whereas totemism more typically holds that there is a primary source, such as the land itself or the ancestors, who provide the basis to life.
According to Autodesk company information, the AutoCAD software is now used in a range of industries, employed by architects, project managers and engineers, amongst other professions, and as of 1994 there had been 750 training centers established across the world to educate users about the company's primary products.
According to Nate Silver, the advent of this playoff series, and especially of the wild card, has caused teams to focus more on " getting to the playoffs " rather than " winning the pennant " as the primary goal of the regular season.
According to this viewpoint, citizens are sovereign, morally autonomous beings with duties to pay taxes, obey the law, engage in business transactions, and defend the nation if it comes under attack, but are essentially passive politically, and their primary focus is on economic betterment.
According to one American report, Mubarak views Iran as the primary long-term challenge facing Egypt, and an Egyptian official said that Iran is running agents inside Egypt in an effort to subvert the Egyptian regime.
:( According to George Hills, there are no primary sources that could explain whether such a demolition was requested or authorized by any Spanish or British authority.
According to their primary amino acid sequences and biochemical properties, the Ras superfamily is further divided into five subfamilies: Ras, Rho, Rab, Arf and Ran.
According to the last population census of 14 years old which was held in 1998, households whose primary language in Karachi was as follows: Urdu: 48. 52 %; Punjabi: 13. 94 %; ; ; Balochi: 4. 34 %; Saraiki: 2. 11 %; others: 12. 44 %.
According to the records compiled by the United States Sentencing Commission, in 2009, the United States Department of Justice typically convicted a little over 81, 000 people ; of this, approximately 800 are convicted of money laundering as the primary or most serious charge.
According to Herwig Wolfram, the primary sources either use the terminology of Tervingi / Greuthungi or Vesi / Ostrogothi and never mix the pairs.
According to the dictionary of Monier Monier-Williams, the most frequent meanings of the Sanskrit term, from which the word " prakrit " is derived, are " original, natural, normal " and the term is derived from, " making or placing before or at first, the original or natural form or condition of anything, original or primary substance ".
According to Hart, law is essentially a system of primary social rules that guide the conduct of law's subjects, and secondary rules that regulate how the primary rules may be changed, how disputes about them are to be adjudicated and, especially, how the primary rules are to be identified.
According to Ion Pacepa, Red Brigades primary support allegedly came from the Czechoslovak StB and the Palestine Liberation Organization ( PLO ).
According to Traditions and Encounters, the founding of the primary education system began in 425 AD and "... military personnel usually had at least a primary education ...".
According to the official linguistic policy of Tanzania, as announced in 1984, Swahili is the language of the social and political sphere as well as primary and adult education, whereas English is the language of secondary education, universities, technology, and higher courts.
" According to Senator Richard Henry Lee, the primary purpose of the trial by jury in America was to protect the public from corrupt or aristocratic judges:
According to Wolfram, the primary sources either use the terminology of Tervingi / Greuthungi or Vesi / Ostrogothi and never mix the pairs.
According to this hypothesis, primary dissociation involves one ANP and one EP, while secondary dissociation involves one ANP and several EPs and tertiary dissociation, which is unique to DID, is described as having several of each.
According to Lieutenant General Leslie Groves, the primary military leader in charge of the Manhattan Project, Mills was anxious to have a very determined man involved, and – though he knew that Rickover was " not too easy to get along with " and " not too popular " – in his judgment Rickover was the man who the Navy could depend on " no matter what opposition he might encounter, once he was convinced of the potentialities of the atomic submarine.
According to the principles of TCM, qi flows through the body via 14 primary meridians or channels.
According to him, both are related to the primary perceptive ability of animals, which gathers the perceptions of different senses and defines the order of the things that are perceived without distinguishing universals, and without deliberation or logos.

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