El Niņo and the Peruvian Anchovy Fishery, Volume 1
This case study examines El Nino and its impact on the Peruvian anchovy fishery. Elements of meterology, physical oceanography, biology, ecology, economics and political science are involved in this broadly interdisciplinary module, which considers the social, as well as physical, changes brought about by changes in climate.
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