Canadian Marine Fisheries in a Changing and Uncertain World: A Report Prepared for the Canadian Global Change Program of the Royal Society of Canada
NRC Research Press, 1999 - Fisheries - 199 pages
The aim of this volume is to present an authoritative and comprehensive review of the implications of physical, biological, economic and socio-political changes for Canadian marine fisheries and to present options for how to deal with those changes.
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