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Edited By: P Ingles and J Sepez
168 pages, Illus
Considers how the cultures and communities of all those who are involved in fisheries must be taken into account when managing our marine ecosystem in a sustainable manner.
It draws on ethnographic examples, presenting a diverse set of research methods for studying fisheries, including traditional fieldwork, survey methodology, cultural modeling, participatory research, and quantitative indicators-based assessment.
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