National Geographic : 2007 Apr
GLOBAL FISH CRISIS Cod from Newfoundland fed the world for centuries. By the 1990s, industrial fishing had destroyed the stocks. On the island's southwest coast, an isolated community struggles to survive the collapse of the resource that sustained it. END OF THE LINE Fog lies thick on the harbor as Ray Vautier, whose family has lived in the village of La Poile for generations, nets baitfish.