Focus on: Marine protected areas

Bottom trawling, a method of fishing where heavily weighted nets are dragged across the seabed to sweep up fish and shellfish, took place in all but one of the UK’s offshore marine protected areas (MPAs) between 2015 and 2018, according to a study.

by Jamie Carpenter

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