Sea Changes

156-157: Sea Changes

The main graph of global catch uses data from ‘Global Capture Production’, Fishery Statistical Collections, Fisheries and Aquaculture, Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations, 2015. Accessed at

The Grand Banks cod fishery case study and graph is based on information provided in ‘Collapse of Atlantic cod stocks off the East Coast of Newfoundland in 1992’, Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, 2007, Philippe Rekacewicz, Emmanuelle Bournay, UNEP-GRID-Arendal. Accessed at 

“Fish under threat” panel of endangered fish is based on advice from the Marine Conservation Society’s ‘Good Fish Guide’. Accessed at

158-159: Farming Fish

Annual global aquaculture production from the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organisation. Accessed at

162-163: Dead Seas

The main eutrophication graphic uses information from ‘Top Sources of Nutrient Pollution’, Ocean Health Index 2015. Accessed at

Gulf of Mexico case study from NOAA research and ‘NOAA-supported scientists find large Gulf dead zone, but smaller than predicted’, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, United States Department of Commerce, July 29 2013, relying on research from N.N. Rabalais, Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium and R.E. Turner, Louisiana State University. Accessed at

164-165: Plastic Pollution

Various facts and figures about ocean plastic incorporated in the main graphic from ‘22 Facts About Plastic Pollution (And 10 Things We Can Do About It)’, Lynn Hasselberger, EcoWatch, 2014. Accessed at and ‘When The Mermaids Cry: The Great Plastic Tide’, Claire Le Guern Lytle, Plastic Pollution, 2016. Accessed at