METHODS FOR MULTISPECIES ANTHROPOLOGY: Thinking with Salmon Otoliths and Scales
Contributor(s):: Swanson, Heather Anne
Bridging troubled waters: zooarchaeology and marine conservation on Burrard Inlet, southwest British Columbia
Contributor(s):: Nova Pierson
For thousands of years, the Coast Salish and their ancestors relied on the abundant marine resources of the Strait of Georgia. In the Greater Vancouver area, First Nations and others are working to restore and conserve taxa which are impacted by commercial fishing, pollution, and habitat...
The ethics and sustainability of capture fisheries and aquaculture
Contributor(s):: Lam, M. E.
The global seafood industry (capture fisheries and aquaculture) is a vital source of food, income, livelihoods, and culture. Seafood demand is steadily rising due to growth in the global human population, affluence, and per capita consumption. Seafood supply is also growing, despite declining...
Fishing for a Sustainable Future
Contributor(s):: Stoll, Mary Lyn
The Endangered Species Act: Should it Affect Indian Hunting and Fishing Rights?
Contributor(s):: R.l. Stoney Burk
Problems with the regulation of wildlife, as in other areas of public land management, have often been ignored until they became a crisis. Only in the past two decades has there been any significant attempt on the federal level to protect and manage wildlife. One of the most significant and,...
United States v. Hayashi: Taking Aim at the Marine Mammal Protection Act
Contributor(s):: Marc A. Yaggi
The Marine Mammal Protection Act (MMPA) was enacted in 1972, in an effort to curb the increasing fatality rates of marine mammals that were caused, in part, by fishermen. Upon enacting the MMPA, Congress implemented a "taking" provision - the core provision - which prohibits the...
Whose Wildlife Is It Anyway ? How New York' s Fish and Game Statutes, Regulations, and Policies Endanger the Environment and Have Disenfranchised the Majority of the Electorate
Contributor(s):: Jolene R. Marion
Consistently, courts in the United States have held that the sovereign states hold wildlife in trust for the benefit of all the people. The legislatures, responding to a public concern that uncontrolled hunting was threatening the survival of indigenous species, invoked the states' police...
Maine Hunting & Trapping: 2014-2015 State of Maine Summary of Hunting & Trapping Laws and Rules
Maine Hunting & Trapping: The Official 2013–14 State of Maine Hunting & Trapping Laws and Rules
From Arrows to Bullets: Sustainable Hunting, Fishing, and Trapping
Contributor(s):: George S. Apostolopoulos
My thesis paper is on hunting, fishing, and trapping in the state of New York. In this thesis I will go over months of my own personal research and experience on the topic. I will provide information on wildlife populations and biodiversity, as I have recorded it over the last two years.When...
Flying fishers of Wucheng
Contributor(s):: Hoh, Erling
On fox-hunting and angling: Norbert Elias and the [sportisation] process
Contributor(s):: Franklin, Adrian
Issues affecting subsistence security in Arctic societies
Contributor(s):: Freeman, Milton M. R.
Performing acclimatisation : the agency of trout fishing in postcolonial Australia
Contributor(s):: Franklin, Adrian Stephen
Contributor(s):: Lawson, Helene M.
The Yukon River Ingalik: Subsistence, The Fur Trade, And A Changing Resource Base
Contributor(s):: VanStone, James W.
Animal rights activists and their perceptions of recreational fishing
Contributor(s):: Carol Elizabeth Thailing
Animal rights is a social movement founded on the principle that non-human animals possess intrinsic value and inherent rights rather than merely instrumental value. Hunting is among historical targets of the movement. With few exceptions, most animal rights groups have not targeted recreational...
Les tueries de dauphins en Mediterranee ou l'impossible rationalisation d'un massacre (XIXe Siece- Milieu XXe Siecle).
Contributor(s):: Faget, Daniel
Reconstructing Dead Nonhuman Animals: Motivations for Becoming a Taxidermist
Contributor(s):: Eliason, S. L.
Displays of dead nonhuman animals are a common sight on the walls of many American homes and commercial establishments. Taxidermists are the individuals who preserve and attempt to re-create dead animals, birds, and fish so they can be displayed. Little is known about those employed in the...
Animal assisted intervention
Contributor(s):: Beder, Joan, Sullivan-Sakaeda, Laurie, Martin, Tamar P.