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Fisheries; fishing

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Article Adam R Hodge (October 2021)
Fluvial Arctic Grayling and the Limits of Conservation. Environmental History (pp. 724-748). (/isis/citation/CBB864292481/) unapi

Book Kristin A. Wintersteen (2021)
The Fishmeal Revolution: The Industrialization of the Humboldt Current Ecosystem. (/isis/citation/CBB521708008/) unapi

Article Colin Levings (January 2021)
The Fishery Technology Complex: From Mapping to Depletion of Pacific Ocean Perch, 1880s–1970s. Technology and Culture (pp. 185-211). (/isis/citation/CBB392961917/) unapi

Article Didi van Trijp (2020)
Fresh Fish: Observation up Close in Late Seventeenth-Century England. Notes and Records: The Royal Society Journal of the History of Science (pp. 311-332). (/isis/citation/CBB999653299/) unapi

Book Ann Vileisis (2020)
Abalone: the remarkable history and uncertain future of California's iconic shellfish. (/isis/citation/CBB492618078/) unapi

Article Sherri Sheu (October 2019)
“Bring the Lake to Your Living Room”: Video Game Nature and the Meanings of Digital Ecologies. Environmental History. (/isis/citation/CBB081927021/) unapi

Article Christelle Gramaglia; François Mélard (2019)
Looking for the Cosmopolitical Fish: Monitoring Marine Pollution with Anglers and Congers in the Gulf of Fos, Southern France. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 814-842). (/isis/citation/CBB276214571/) unapi

Article John Law; Solveig Joks (2019)
Indigeneity, Science, and Difference: Notes on the Politics of How. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 424-447). (/isis/citation/CBB559875033/) unapi

Article Kristoffer Whitney (2019)
It’s about Time: Adaptive Resource Management, Environmental Governance, and Science Studies. Science, Technology and Human Values (pp. 263-290). (/isis/citation/CBB335286233/) unapi

Article Zumbrägel, Christian (2019)
Woher kommen die faulen Aale auf dem Strom? Wasserkraft und Fischereikonflikte im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert. Der Anschnitt: Zeitschrift für Kunst und Kultur im Bergbau (pp. 19-36). (/isis/citation/CBB170467478/) unapi

Article Thomas Blake Earle (October 2018)
Transatlantic Diplomacy, North Atlantic Environments, and the Fisheries Dispute of 1852. Environmental History (pp. 774-796). (/isis/citation/CBB069391737/) unapi

Article Janina Priebe (2018)
Science, Markets and Power: Adolf Severin Jensen in the Debate over Greenland's Fisheries Development during the Early Twentieth Century. Environment and History (pp. 349-375). (/isis/citation/CBB263743867/) unapi

Book Susanne Köstering (2018)
Ein Museum für Weltnatur: Die Geschichte des Naturhistorischen Museums in Hamburg. (/isis/citation/CBB080940339/) unapi

Article Robert M. Schwartz (2018)
The Transport Revolution on Land and Sea: Farming, Fishing, and Railways in Great Britain, 1840-1914. HOST: Journal of History of Science and Technology (pp. 106-131). (/isis/citation/CBB174070664/) unapi

Article DeLucia, Christine (January 2018)
An “Indian Fishing Weir” at Musketaquid: Marking Northeastern Indigenous Homelands and Colonial Memoryscapes. Environmental History. (/isis/citation/CBB825341334/) unapi

Article Jennifer Hubbard (2018)
The Global Repercussions of the 1947 Symposium on Fish Populations in Toronto: Scientific Networks and the Over-fishing Question. Scientia Canadensis: Journal of the History of Canadian Science, Technology, and Medicine (pp. 76-97). (/isis/citation/CBB016024435/) unapi

Article P. G. Moore (2017)
The Contribution of Henry Charles Williamson (1871–1949) to Scottish and Canadian Fisheries Research. Archives of Natural History (pp. 215-228). (/isis/citation/CBB123039165/) unapi

Book Brian Fagan (2017)
Fishing: How the Sea Fed Civilization. (/isis/citation/CBB457633728/) unapi

Article Leif Fredrickson (2017)
Bio-Invasions and Bio-Fixes: Mysis Shrimp Introductions in the Twentieth Century. Environment and History (pp. 285-320). (/isis/citation/CBB921549377/) unapi

Article R. Kyle; P. G. Moore (2017)
Henry Macdonald Kyle (1872–1951): A Scottish Pioneer of International Fisheries Research. Archives of Natural History (pp. 63-73). (/isis/citation/CBB359456377/) unapi

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