Novosibirsk reservoir – is it really that bad? The view of the amateur.

As the doctor of biological sciences, professor of Moscow State University, ichthyologist Kirill Kuzishchin correctly noted: "The development of science was determined by providing fishing … by providing the most rational way to remove aquatic biological resources. In simple human language, how can the largest number of fish be removed from a reservoir and not to smash everything. " Apparently, it was possible to solve the problem of the maximum seizure, but in order not to defeat … here, to see the slip came out. And today science cannot say anything intelligible about the situation at the Novosibirsk reservoir (hereinafter referred to as OVH). And if science is silent, then you have to try to evaluate this very situation yourself. Poking around in cause and effect relationships.

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