Oceans Past: Management insights from the history of marine animal populations

David John Starkey (Editor), Poul Holm (Editor), Michaela Barnard (Editor)

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Abstract

Based on research for the History of Marine Animal Populations project, Oceans Past examines the complex relationship our forebears had with the sea and the animals that inhabit it. It presents eleven studies ranging from fisheries and invasive species to offshore technology and the study of marine environmental history, bringing together the perspectives of historians and marine scientists to enhance understanding of ocean management of the past, present and future. In doing so, it also highlights the influence that changes in marine ecosystems have upon the politics, welfare and culture of human societies.
Based on research for the History of Marine Animal Populations project, Oceans Past examines the complex relationship our forebears had with the sea and the animals that inhabit it. It presents eleven studies ranging from fisheries and invasive species to offshore technology and the study of marine environmental history, bringing together the perspectives of historians and marine scientists to enhance understanding of ocean management of the past, present and future. In doing so, it also highlights the influence that changes in marine ecosystems have upon the politics, welfare and culture of human societies.
LanguageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherEarthscan
Number of pages192
ISBN (Print)978-1-84407-527-0
StatePublished - 2007

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Starkey, D. J., Holm, P., & Barnard, M. (Eds.) (2007). Oceans Past: Management insights from the history of marine animal populations. London: Earthscan.
Starkey, David John (Editor) ; Holm, Poul (Editor) ; Barnard, Michaela (Editor). / Oceans Past : Management insights from the history of marine animal populations. London : Earthscan, 2007. 192 p.
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Starkey DJ, (ed.), Holm P, (ed.), Barnard M, (ed.). Oceans Past: Management insights from the history of marine animal populations. London: Earthscan, 2007. 192 p.