Making Salmon An Environmental History of the Northwest Fisheries Crisis

by Joseph E. Taylor, William Cronon

Part of the Weyerhaeuser Environmental Books Series

Making Salmon An Environmental History of the Northwest Fisheries Crisis Synopsis

Winner of the George Perkins Marsh Award, American Society for Environmental History

Making Salmon An Environmental History of the Northwest Fisheries Crisis Press Reviews

This is a benchmark book in the environmental history of the Pacific Northwest, one that breaks new ground and provides a model for future discussions in the field. . . . Everyone concerned about today's salmon conditions in the Pacific Northwest and the importance of historical agency in environmental affairs should read this book. * Environmental History * Of the nearly dozen books written about Pacific salmon in the last few years, this is the best and most informative. * Library Journal *

Book Information

ISBN: 9780295981147
Publication date: 1st March 2001
Author: Joseph E. Taylor, William Cronon
Publisher: University of Washington Press
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 488 pages
Categories: Aquaculture & fish-farming: practice & techniques, Environmental management, Fisheries & related industries,

About Joseph E. Taylor, William Cronon

Joseph E. Taylor III is assistant professor of history at Iowa State University. An environmental historian specializing in fisheries, he has also worked in the commercial fisheries of the northeast Pacific and Bering Sea.Winner of the George Perkins Marsh Award, American Society for Environmental History

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