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A school of fish swim amongst healthy coral reefs in South Kona, Hawaii Island. Credit: Greg Asner, Arizona State University Center for Global Discovery and Conservation Science
August 7, 2020

Resource fishes—species targeted for human consumption—play a key role in reef ecosystems long before they end up on the dinner table. In Hawai'i, subsistence and recreational fishing of local resource fish represent more than half of the share of annual reef seafood consumption, while also playing a vital role in indigenous cultural life. 

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