Comment on 'a global map of human impact on marine ecosystems'

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Halpern et al. (Reports, 15 February 2008, p. 948) integrated spatial data on 17 drivers of change in the oceans to map the global distribution of human impact. Although fishery catches are a dominant driver, the data reflect activity while impacts occur at different space and time scales. Failure to account for this spatial disconnection could lead to potentially misleading conclusions.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1446
Number of pages1
Issue number5895
Publication statusPublished - 12 Sep 2008


  • human impact
  • marine ecosystems
  • mathematics


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