From Abundance to Scarcity: A History of U.S. Marine Fisheries Policy
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BeschreibungFrom Abundance to Scarcity examines the historical evolution of U.S. fisheries policy and institutions from the late 19th century to the present day, with an emphasis on changes since World War II. 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 sheds light on the sets of interests that have shaped U.S. fisheries policy, lending historical depth to current debates and providing a fuller understanding of current laws and regulations, and administrative structures and mechanisms.
PortraitMichael Weber was vice president of programs for the Center for Marine Conservation for ten years and also served as special assistant to the director of the National Marine Fisheries Service; he now works as a freelance writer based in Redondo Beach, California. His books include "The Wealth of Oceans" (Norton, 1995) with Judith Gradwohl, and "Fish, Markets, and Fishermen" (Island Press, 1999) with Suzanne Iudicello and Robert Wieland.
Untertitel: Reprinted from. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: ISLAND PR
Erscheinungsdatum: November 2001
Seitenanzahl: 320 Seiten