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The exploited seas: new directions for marine environmental history
Holm, P.; Smith, T.D.; Starkey, D.J. (Ed.) (2001). The exploited seas: new directions for marine environmental history. Census of Marine Life/International Maritime Economic History Association: St. John's. ISBN 0-9730073-1-1. XIX, 216 pp.

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Keyword
    Marine

Authors  Top 
  • Holm, P., editor, more
  • Smith, T.D., editor
  • Starkey, D.J., editor, more

Content
  • Starkey, D.J.; Haines, M. (2001). The Newfoundland fisheries, c. 1500-1900: a British perspective, in: Holm, P. et al. (Ed.) The exploited seas: new directions for marine environmental history. pp. 1-11, more
  • Myers, R.A. (2001). Testing ecological models: the influence of catch rates on settlement of fishermen in Newfoundland, 1710-1833, in: Holm, P. et al. (Ed.) The exploited seas: new directions for marine environmental history. pp. 13-29, more
  • Cadigan, S.T.; Hutchings, J.A. (2001). Nineteenth-century expansion of the Newfoundland fishery for Atlantic cod: an exploration of underlying causes, in: Holm, P. et al. (Ed.) The exploited seas: new directions for marine environmental history. pp. 31-65, more
  • Lajus, J.; Alekseeva, Y.; Davydov, R.; Dmitrieva, Z.; Kraikovski, A.; Lajus, D.; Lapin, V.; Mokievsky, V.; Yurchenko, A.; Alexandrov, D. (2001). Status and potential of historical and ecological studies on Russian fisheries in the White and Barents Seas: the case of the Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar), in: Holm, P. et al. (Ed.) The exploited seas: new directions for marine environmental history. pp. 67-96, more
  • Holm, P.; Bager, M. (2001). The Danish fisheries, c. 1450-1800: medieval and early modern sources and their potential for marine environmental history, in: Holm, P. et al. (Ed.) The exploited seas: new directions for marine environmental history. pp. 97-122, more
  • Francis, R.C.; Field, J.; Holmgren, D.; Strom, A. (2001). Historical approaches to the Northern California Current ecosystem, in: Holm, P. et al. (Ed.) The exploited seas: new directions for marine environmental history. pp. 123-139, more
  • Reid, C. (2001). Potential for historical-ecological studies of Latin American fisheries, in: Holm, P. et al. (Ed.) The exploited seas: new directions for marine environmental history. pp. 141-166, more
  • van Sittert, L. (2001). The South African fisheries: a preliminary survey of historical sources, in: Holm, P. et al. (Ed.) The exploited seas: new directions for marine environmental history. pp. 167-180, more
  • Tull, M.; Polacheck, T. (2001). The potential for historical studies of fisheries in Australia and New Zealand, in: Holm, P. et al. (Ed.) The exploited seas: new directions for marine environmental history. pp. 181-205, more
  • Smith, T.D. (2001). Examining cetacean ecology using historical fishery data, in: Holm, P. et al. (Ed.) The exploited seas: new directions for marine environmental history. pp. 207-214, more

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