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From the Ted Talk by Jackie Savitz: Save the oceans, feed the world!

Unscramble the Blue Letters

First we want to know where the fish are, so let's look where the fish are. It turns out the fish, conveniently, are located for the most part in our coastal areas of the countries, in coastal zneos, and these are areas that national jurisdictions have control over, and they can manage their fisheries in these coastal areas. csoaatl countries tend to have jurisdictions that go out about 200 niataucl meils, in areas that are called exclusive economic zones, and this is a good thing that they can control their fisheries in these aears, because the high seas, which are the darker areas on this map, the high seas, it's a lot harder to control things, because it has to be done internationally. You get into international aeenmtegrs, and if any of you are trakcnig the climate change agreement, you know this can be a very slow, faritnurtsg, tedious process. And so cronliontlg things nationally is a great thing to be able to do.

Open Cloze

First we want to know where the fish are, so let's look where the fish are. It turns out the fish, conveniently, are located for the most part in our coastal areas of the countries, in coastal _____, and these are areas that national jurisdictions have control over, and they can manage their fisheries in these coastal areas. _______ countries tend to have jurisdictions that go out about 200 ________ _____, in areas that are called exclusive economic zones, and this is a good thing that they can control their fisheries in these _____, because the high seas, which are the darker areas on this map, the high seas, it's a lot harder to control things, because it has to be done internationally. You get into international __________, and if any of you are ________ the climate change agreement, you know this can be a very slow, ___________, tedious process. And so ___________ things nationally is a great thing to be able to do.

Solution

  1. areas
  2. controlling
  3. coastal
  4. nautical
  5. tracking
  6. agreements
  7. frustrating
  8. miles
  9. zones

Original Text

First we want to know where the fish are, so let's look where the fish are. It turns out the fish, conveniently, are located for the most part in our coastal areas of the countries, in coastal zones, and these are areas that national jurisdictions have control over, and they can manage their fisheries in these coastal areas. Coastal countries tend to have jurisdictions that go out about 200 nautical miles, in areas that are called exclusive economic zones, and this is a good thing that they can control their fisheries in these areas, because the high seas, which are the darker areas on this map, the high seas, it's a lot harder to control things, because it has to be done internationally. You get into international agreements, and if any of you are tracking the climate change agreement, you know this can be a very slow, frustrating, tedious process. And so controlling things nationally is a great thing to be able to do.

Frequently Occurring Word Combinations

ngrams of length 2

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coastal areas 5
fisheries management 4
peak fish 3
feed people 3
european union 3
illegal fishing 3
coastal countries 2
fish catch 2
sustainable fisheries 2
world fish 2
million people 2
fish meal 2
fresh water 2
carbon footprint 2
catch fish 2
safe seafood 2

ngrams of length 3

collocation frequency
sustainable fisheries management 2

Important Words

  1. agreement
  2. agreements
  3. areas
  4. called
  5. change
  6. climate
  7. coastal
  8. control
  9. controlling
  10. conveniently
  11. countries
  12. darker
  13. economic
  14. exclusive
  15. fish
  16. fisheries
  17. frustrating
  18. good
  19. great
  20. harder
  21. high
  22. international
  23. internationally
  24. jurisdictions
  25. located
  26. lot
  27. manage
  28. map
  29. miles
  30. national
  31. nationally
  32. nautical
  33. part
  34. process
  35. seas
  36. slow
  37. tedious
  38. tend
  39. tracking
  40. turns
  41. zones