Seafood Production & Trade
(see also Fishing & Environmental Destruction)
Fisheries Depletion. Jean-François Rischard, The Globalist (8/25/02).
Fisheries Depletion: Going, Going...Gone? Converge (New Zealand) [from E Magazine (7-8/96)].
On the Web: Specialized Sites
Seafood Watch (Monterey Bay Aquarium).
Hall, Kevin G. “Peruvian environmental group tries to stem illegal dolphin trade,” San Jose Mercury (6/8/03): 19A.
Ryan, John C. "Feedlots of the sea," World-Watch (9-10/03):22-29. Impact of salmon-farming on wild salmon stocks.
In the Library: Non-Fiction Books
Arms, Myron. Servants of the Fish: A Portrait of Newfoundland after the Great Cod Collapse (Hinesburg VT: Upper Access, 2004).
Cioc, Mark. The Rhine: An Eco-Biography, 1815-2000 (Seattle: U. of Washington, 2002).
Davis, M. Kathryn. Sardine Oil on Troubled Water: The Boom & Bust of California's Sardine Industry (unpub. PhD Geography: U. of California, Berkeley, 2002).
Durrenberger, E. Paul. It's All Politics: South Alabama's Seafood Industry (Urbana: U. of Illinois, 1992).
Gissurarson, Hannes H. Overfishing: The Icelandic Solution (London: Institute of Economic Affairs, 2000).
Innis, Harold A. The Cod Fisheries: The History of an International Economy (Toronto: U. of Toronto, 1954).
Iudicello, Suzanne; Michael Weber & Robert Wieland. Fish, Markets & Fishermen: The Economics of Overfishing (Washington: Island, 1999).
Kurlansky, Mark. Cod: A Biography of the Fish that Changed the World (NY: Walker , 1997).
Shields, Ed. Salt of the Sea: The Pacific Coast Cod Fishery & the Last Days of Sail (Lopez Island WA: Pacific Heritage, 2001).
Stump, Ken & Dave Balker. Sinking Fast: How Factory Trawlers are Destroying US Fisheries & Marine Ecosystems: A Greenpeace Report (Washington: Greenpeace, 1996).
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"Sea of Slaughter" , dir. John Brett, 95m. From Bullfrog Films.