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Author Bailey, Kevin McLean, author.

Title Fishing lessons : artisanal fisheries and the future of our oceans / Kevin M. Bailey.

Publication Info. Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 2018.
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 GDL Central Library Non-Fiction  New Shelf  338.7639 BAI    Available
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Description 246 pages ; 24 cm
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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Fouled fish. The Giovanni Padre: the sun sets on small-scale fisheries in the Gulf of Naples ; The king is dead: the collapse and resurrection of Vosso salmon ; Ode to the sea: Chile's troubled fisheries -- Loss and recovery of indigenous fisheries. The first fish: the Coast Salish salmon fishery ; Northern lights: the sea Sámi fishery in Norway -- Return to artisanal. A clean and green fishery: Legoe Bay reefnets ; Crimson tide: the Bay of Fundy weir fishery and a conflict with green power ; A dying fishery? Puget Sound keta salmon -- Striking a balance in aqua farming. Mother of pearl: ocean farming red abalone in Monterey Bay ; King of the Amazon: culture and harvest of Arapaima ; Evolving solutions.
Summary "Fishing Lessons shares the stories of success and decline, told by those at the ends of the long lines and hand lines. Kevin Bailey knows the waters, the small scale industry, and the relationships to ocean ecology. In a series of place based chapters, he channels readers through the changing dynamics of small-scale fisheries and the issues of sustainability they face--fiscal and ecological."-- Provided by publisher.
Subject Small-scale fisheries.
ISBN 9780226307459 hardcover ; alkaline paper
022630745X hardcover ; alkaline paper

 
    
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