My question is to Dr. Mitchell.
A number of presenters before this committee have expressed—I believe it was you who raised this—the concern that, when an MPA is established, there can be no changes in that. How do we put in place regulations or criteria that will accommodate for changing environmental conditions and the changing, for lack of a better term, geography of the area? We're in a period of moving climate change, and what was intended to originally be protected may move.
It has been expressed in different ways by a number of presenters, and I think it's an important part. For trust in the system, there has to be a trust from the fishers that, at a set period of time, the definition of an MPA can be re-evaluated based on current science and data and on fishing experience.
Could you comment on that?