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Oceans Past: Management Insights from the History of Marine Animal Populations
The chapters that comprise this volume were originally presented as papers to an international conference Oceans Past: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on the History of Marine Animal Populations held in Kolding, Denmark, in October 2005.
Ranging from fisheries and invasive species to offshore technology and the study of marine environmental history, the eleven studies bring together the perspectives of historians and marine scientists to elucidate how and why marine life in the worlds oceans has changed over time. Highlighting the role that humans have played in this dynamic process, Oceans Past sheds light on the influence that changes in marine ecosystems have had upon the politics, welfare and culture of human societies, thereby providing insights into the management of ocean resources - past, present and future.
Humans have a profound impact on coastal environments, and a comprehensive understanding of the past state of our oceans is vital for the management of marine resources now and in the future, says Professor Poul Ho
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