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Author Kurlansky, Mark.
Title Salmon : a fish, the earth, and the history of their common fate / Mark Kurlansky.
Publication Info. Ventura, CA : Patagonia, [2020]
Open Library Cover
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 Stack 3  333.9 K    IN LIBRARY
Description 448 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 23 cm
Note Appendix by Nick Gayeski and James Lichatowich, further explaining several issues with conservation of salmon.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 380-393) and index.
Contents Prologue: A tale of two fisheries -- Part one. The hero. A family matter ; A hero's life -- Part two. A human problem. The original salmon ; Old ways in the new land ; A golden fish arrives in the east ; When it was working ; The white man comes ; Nowhere to run -- Part three. The problem with solutions. Why not make more? ; Sea cattle ; The release -- Part four. The dangerous future. Elegy for the Atlantic ; The ballad of the Pacific ; The golden fish departs -- Epilogue: It concerns us -- Endnotes -- Appendix. Wild Pacific salmon : myths, false assumptions, and a failed management paradigm / Jim Lichatowich and Nick Gayeski.
Subject Salmon.
Salmon -- Life cycles.
Salmon -- Environmental aspects.
Salmon -- Economic aspects.
Salmon -- Effect of habitat modification on.
Salmon -- Conservation.
Salmon fisheries -- Environmental aspects.
Salmon farming -- Environmental aspects.
Salmon industry -- Environmental aspects.
Aquatic ecology.
Fishes -- Conservation.
Indicators (Biology)
Global environmental change.
Added Author Lichatowich, Jim, author of supplementary textual content. Wild Pacific Salmon.
Gayeski, Nick. author of supplementary textual content. Wild Pacific Salmon.
New York Society Library. Book Committee. 2020. ZNS
Added Title Fish, the earth, and the history of their common fate
ISBN 9781938340864 (hardcover)
1938340868 (hardcover)
9781938340871 ebook
Standard No. 194187094188