Advances in the Science and Technology of Ocean Management
Hance D. Smith
Psychology Press, 1992 - Science - 240 pages
This book reviews key developments in the field of marine science and technology. It focuses on three major themes such as the importance of technical developments in ocean management, the application of these developments to specific sea uses ranging from fish farming to the disposal of industrial waste, and the long-term issues that such developments raise.
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