3 edition of The aquaculture controversy in Canada found in the catalog.
The aquaculture controversy in Canada
Includes bibliographical references (p. -284) and index.
|Statement||Nathan Young and Ralph Matthews|
|Contributions||Matthews, Ralph, 1943-|
|LC Classifications||SH37 .Y69 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 289 p. :|
|Number of Pages||289|
|ISBN 10||0774818107, 0774818115|
|ISBN 10||9780774818100, 9780774818117|
|LC Control Number||2012360895|
Aquaculture occurs in all provinces and the Yukon Territory and we farm more than a dozen types of fish and shellfish commercially. While most of Canada’s aquaculture operations are found on the east and west coasts, freshwater trout operations are found in . Shop for Books at and browse categories like Young Adult Books, Children's Books, Mystery Books, Adult Coloring Books and Cook Books. Save money. Live better.
aquaculture. What economic activity in Canada has caused controversy in the fishing industry because of potential risks to consumers. Mackenzie River. Name the river that flows from the great slave lake to the arctic ocean, draining much of Canada. controversy. n. 1) disagreement, argument, or quarrel. 2) a dispute, which must be an actual contested issue between parties in order to be heard by a court. The United States Supreme Court particularly requires an "actual controversy" and avoids giving "what if" advisory opinions. (See: advisory opinion, collusion) CONTROVERSY.
industry attempts to dampen controversy have in fact backfired. This is the message offered by Nathan Young of the University of Ottawa and Ralph Matthews of the University of British Columbia in their book The Aquaculture Controversy in Canada: Activism, Policy, and Contested Science, published by the University of British Columbia Press. The Aquaculture Controversy in Canada. By David Jenkins. Abstract. Book revie Topics: Social and Behavioral Sciences. Publisher: eScholarship, University of California. Year: OAI identifier: Provided by: eScholarship - University of California. Download.
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The Aquaculture Controversy in Canada successfully negotiates the minefield of partisan positions and provides a clear way to grasp the multidimensional character of the aquaculture controversy.
- Jeremy Rayner, Political Science, University of Regina The authors have done an excellent job of presenting the aquaculture story in Canada, especially in by: Young’s and Matthews’ Aquaculture Controversy in Canada deserves special attention for at least two reasons: Firstly, because it is a book vigorously written to unfold the many layers of the aquaculture debate with Canada as a major player as well as — one is tempted to overstate — a “victim” of the global industry.
Secondly, the book is an excellent 5/5(1). Overall, however, Aquaculture Controversy in Canada is an important contribution to the aquaculture issue, providing a reliable baseline for public policy debates and academics alike.
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Get this from a library. The aquaculture controversy in Canada: activism, policy, and contested science. [Nathan Young; Ralph Matthews] -- "The farming of aquatic organisms is one of the most promising but controversial new industries in Canada.
The industry has the potential to solve food supply problems, but critics believe it poses. The Aquaculture Controversy in Canada is not about the techniques and methods of aquaculture, but it is an examination of the controversy itself.
Rather than picking sides, Nathan Young and Ralph Matthews draw on extensive research to determine why the issue has been the centre of intense debate in Canada. The farming of aquatic organisms is one of the most promising but controversial new industries in Canada.
The industry has the potential to solve food supply problems, but critics believe it poses unacceptable threats to human health, local communities, and the environment.
This book is not about the methods and techniques of aquaculture, but it is an exploration of the controversy. Young’s and Matthews’ Aquaculture Controversy in Canada deserves special attention for at least two reasons: Firstly, because it is a book vigorously written to unfold the many layers of the aquaculture debate with Canada as a major player as well as — one is tempted to overstate — a “victim” of the global industry.
Secondly, the book is an excellent. Aquaculture in Canada is growing in scale and value, but its growth has been met with opposition and public conflict, engulfing the industry in controversy (Osmundsen and Olsen, ; Young and. -- Miriam Wright, University of Windsor * International Journal of Maritime History, Vol XXIV No 1 * Young's and Matthews' Aquaculture Controversy in Canada deserves special attention for at least two reasons: Firstly, because it is a book vigorously written to unfold the many layers of the aquaculture debate with Canada as a major player as.
The aquaculture controversy in Canada: activism, policy, and contested science / Nathan Young and Ralph Matthews. Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN 1. Aquaculture – Canada. Aquaculture – Environmental aspects – Canada. Aquaculture – Government policy – Canada. Aquaculture. Matthews. This book analyses the collision and interests and claims in the aquaculture industry of Canada and investigates how aquaculture fits in with some of the broader dilemmas and contradictions facing Canada and the world today.
The book consists of seven chapters presented in three parts. Part 1 argues that the aquaculture industry and controversy are being shaped by the. Overall, Young's and Matthews' Aquaculture Controversy in Canada deserves special attention for at least two reasons: Firstly, because it is a book vigorously written to unfold the many layers of the aquaculture debate with Canada as a major player as well as--one is tempted to overstate--a "victim" of the global industry.
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1. Introduction. Aquaculture is controversial and triggers fierce public conflict across the world. The debate is particularly visible in the mass media, and is mostly concerned with farmed salmon, both as a food and as a product that has negative environmental consequences.
The debate in Canada has been characterized as involving "the most bitter. Aquaculture (less commonly spelled aquiculture), also known as aquafarming, is the farming of fish, crustaceans, molluscs, aquatic plants, algae, and other lture involves cultivating freshwater and saltwater populations under controlled conditions, and can be contrasted with commercial fishing, which is the harvesting of wild fish.
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Farmed salmon is the main species of the Atlantic Canadian aquaculture industry. It represents approximately 80% of Atlantic Canada's total aquaculture value (60% by volume) and more t tonnes are harvested each year.
 Production of farmed salmon is expected to exc tonnes by The Aquaculture Controversy in Canada: Activism, Policy, and Contested Science.
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His main areas of research are environmental sociology, economic sociology, and the sociology of science and technology. His most recent book (with Ralph Matthews), The Aquaculture Controversy in Canada: Activism, Policy and Contested Science was awarded the K.
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