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Namibia's Fisheries: Ecological, Economic, and Social Aspects
edited by Ussif Rashid Sumaila, David Boyer, Morten D. Skogen and Stein Ivar Steinshamn
Eburon Academic Publishers, 2004
Paper: 978-90-5972-017-6

As we search urgently for a strategy of sustainable natural resource management, an international debate is brewing over destructive modern fishery methods. Namibia's Fisheries is a timely contribution to this discussion as it examines Namibia’s Benguela upwelling system, an area that supports traditional and modern forms of fishery. This volume analyzes the Namibian experience in fishery management, featuring essays by researchers, Namibian fishery managers, and international specialists that cover a range of ecological and social issues. Namibia's Fisheries will be a valuable resource for researchers, conservationists, and students of fishery management.

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