Talk:Fisheries law

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Ambiguous sub-section[edit]

Is the text regarding "seafood safety" intended to discuss the safety of seafood for consumption (i.e., seafood safety or safety to the fisheries (i.e., sustainability)? The paragraph sounds like it is referring to sustainability of fisheries, but the word "seafood" may suggest the former. Clarification would be helpful.Datdyat (talk) 16:34, 22 October 2013 (UTC)

The text is intended for the former: seafood safety is concerned with human consumption. Changes have been made accordingly. Thanks.