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Globalization is a multidimensional issue, and its impacts on world resources cross and integrate environmental, economic, political and cultural boundaries. Over the last few decades, the push towards globalization has brought a new dimension in which managers of fisheries and water resources will need to operate, both at the local and global level of governance. In order to effectively address the future sustainability of these resources, it is critical to understand the driving factors of globalization and their effect on fisheries ecosystems and the people who depend on these resources for their cultural and societal well-being. This 2007 book discusses the social and political changes affecting fisheries, the changes to ecological processes due to direct and indirect impacts of globalization, the changing nature of the goods and services that fisheries ecosystems are able to provide, and the resultant changes in markets and economic assessment of our fishery resources.
William W. Taylor is professor and chairperson in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife at Michigan State University. Michael G. Schechter is professor and chairperson in the department of International Relations at Michigan State University. Lois G. Wolfson is a specialist at the Institute of Water Research at Michigan State University.
Release date NZ
October 25th, 2007
Edited by Lois G. Wolfson
Edited by Michael G. Schechter
Edited by William W. Taylor
Country of Publication
Cambridge University Press
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