Albacore are important commercially and are highly targeted by fisheries around the world, especially by Taiwan, Japan, and Korea. They are caught and sold fresh, frozen, or canned.
Positive Impacts: food
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Kevin Wehrly, University of Michigan
Allison Poor, University of Michigan
Michael Hwang, University of Michigan
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