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Despite concerns over the past decade regarding the decline of Pacific inshore fisheries and the lack of attention to the fishing activities of women in the region, data on both topics remains rare or superficial. Research is often directed towards those fisheries which earn foreign currency and pro...
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Gametophytes of E. radiata (C.Ag.)J.Ag. grew in culture at 15 degree C under daily quantum doses ranging from 0.86 to 360 cE m super(-2). Growth rates increased with quantum doses up to 40 cE m super(-2) d super(-1), then reproduction began and the relative growth constant declined while ovum releas...
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The article reviews several books including “The Britannic Vision: Historians and the Making of the British Commonwealth of Nations, 1907-48," by W. David Mclntyre, "Christian Realism and the New Realities," by Robin W. Lovin, and "Going to War," by Philip Towle.
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Interviews with government staff responsible for fisheries management in Maluku, Indonesia in 1997-98 revealed problems in capacity, and an emphasis on economic development rather than management. The traditional institutions which persisted in some villages to regulate the access and withdrawal rig...
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Since the first sublittoral survey off Lawrencetown, Nova Scotia in 1965--66 there has been a cycle of dominance by herbivorous sea urchins followed by mortality of these animals because of disease in 1981 and regrowth of algae. A survey of the same site in 1984 revealed that the algal communities p...
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This article discusses the impacts of railways on islands, and of islands on railways. It
argues that railways constitute a development logic that may work well on sprawling
mainlands with industrialised economies and large enough populations residing in highdensity
clusters but they are...
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The pursuit of nissology, or island studies, calls for a re-centering of focus from mainland to island, away from the discourse of conquest of mainlanders, giving voice and platform for the expression of island narratives. Yet, studying islands ‘on their own terms’, in spite of its pred...
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Islands are sites of innovative conceptualizations, whether of nature or human enterprise,
whether virtual or real. The study of islands on their own terms today enjoys a growing
and wide-ranging recognition. This paper celebrates the launch of Island Studies Journal
in the conte...
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