The Nature of Overfishing - A Web Aquarium by Sam Slover
The Nature of Overfishing is an interactive Web aquarium that tells the tale of the world's fish populations over the last 100 years. While there was once big "predatory" fish and small "prey" fish in healthy proportions, overfishing has decimated our ocean's big fish (i.e. the ones humans catch and eat) and left small fish populations overly abundant. The decline was modest until 1970, and then took a sharp and drastic turn for the worst.
The Nature of Overfishing hopes to make this important overfishing data more accessible by presenting a fun and visually catching Web aquarium.