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Includes bibliographical references (pages 503-554) and index.
pt. I. How we got here : historical restructuring and its social-ecological legacy. Introduction : what stress? What coasts? ; A social-ecological history of Canada's fisheries ; Not managing for scarcity : social-ecological issues in contemporary fisheries management and capture practices ; Social-ecological health and the history of the forest products industry on both coasts ; Social-ecological health and the history of nonrenewable resources on both coasts ; Cross-scale, cross-sector, and cross-purpose issues : overlap in the coastal zone.
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