The history of aquaculture / Colin E. Nash.

The history of aquaculture / Colin E. Nash.

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Nash, Colin E.
Ames, Iowa : Wiley-Blackwell, 2011.
xiii, 227 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm.
Other Authors: 
U.S. Aquaculture Society.
Pacific Aquaculture Caucus.
Format of Material: 
Bib ID: 
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Call Number: 
SH21.N37 2011z
U.S. Aquaculture Society and Pacific Aquaculture Caucus's logos on t.p.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"Suggested reading": p. 207-209.
Fish and shellfish as food --
Seeds in antiquity (2000 BC to AD 500) --
Subsistence farming through the Middle Ages (500-1450) --
The slow dawn of science (1450-1900) --
The roots of modern aquaculture (1750-1880) --
Farming the sea (1880-1920) --
Fifty lost years (1900-1950) --
Aquaculture in a world at war (1935-1945) --
Postwar pioneering (1950-1970) --
Uncontrolled expansion (1965-1975) --
The rise of the institutions (1970-1980) --
Building global capacity (1980-2000) --
Modern times (twenty-first century).
9780813821634 (hardcover : alk. paper)
0813821630 (hardcover : alk. paper)
Object/Material Note: 
Includes CMoG object: 62.1.31, p. 22 (detail).