From Abundance to Scarcity: A History Of U.S. Marine Fisheries Policy
From Abundance to Scarcity examines the historical evolution of U. Based on archival research and interviews with dozens of key players in marine policymaking, it traces the thinking, legislation, mandates, and people that have shaped the various agencies governing fisheries in the United States.
The book: discusses the development of federal programs in marine biological sciences and the evolution of scientific understanding about marine wildlife populations describes the work of federal fisheries programs in promoting the interests of the fishing industry considers the response of agencies to factors such as dam-building and coastal development that have led to increased pollution and habitat loss examines the shifts in understanding and values that underlie major legislation including the Marine Mammal Protection Act, the Endangered Species Act, the Magnuson-Stevens Act, and the Sustainable Fisheries Act examines the evolving relationship between federal agencies, the fishing industry, communities, and nongovernmental conservation organizations, with an eye toward future management practice From Abundance to Scarcity sheds light on the sets of interests that have shaped U.
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As with the oysters in Alice, "They'd eaten every one. When the desert comes, people will be sad; just as Cannery Row was sad when all the pilchards were caught and canned and eaten. The pearl-gray canneries of corrugated iron were silent and a pacing watchman was their only life.
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Description This text examines the evolution of US fisheries policy and institutions from the late 19th to the 21st centuries. Based on archival research and interviews with key players, it traces the thinking, mandates, and people that have shaped the various agencies governing US marine policy. Product details Format Hardback pages Dimensions x x