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CBS News In Focus (Troubled Waters: Our Oceans) Part II #850726

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 31, 2007
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(Studio: Katie Couric) The concluding report in the series "Troubled Waters" introduced.

(Morro Bay, California: Jerry Bowen) The troubled fishing in the waters of Morro Bay off the coast of California that has led to the state protecting marine areas to allow the fish to recover featured; scenes shown from a fishing boat. [Giovanni's Fish Market fish monger† Giovanni DeGARIMORE†- cites the lower poundage of fish caught here; states our focus has shifted to the tourist trade.] [California department of fish & game Konstanine KARPOV†- talks about fish numbers.] [On his boat, FISHERMAN - wonders.]

Couric, Katie;
Bowen, Jerry

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