Living Resources of the Sea: Opportunities for Research and Expansion

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RESOURCES THE SEA
RESEARCH AND EXPANSION

by Lionel A. Walford CHIEF, BRANCH OF FISHERY BIOLOGY U. S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE

COMPANY • NEW YORK

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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • THE CONSERVATION FOUNDATION iii
  • Preface ix
  • Contents xiii
  • Maps xv
  • I - The Marine Wilderness 1
  • 1 - The Problem 3
  • 2 - Geography 11
  • 3 - Conservation 39
  • 4 - The Identity of Species 53
  • 5 - Environment 62
  • 6 - The Uses of Ecological Principles 87
  • 7 - Behavior 98
  • 8 - The Dream of Harvesting Plankton 121
  • 9 - Farming the Brackish Waters 133
  • 10 - The Role of Disease 147
  • 11 - Poison 165
  • 12 - The Improvement of Fishing Vessels and Gear 182
  • II - The Resources of the Sea 207
  • 13 - Invertebrate Animals 209
  • 14 - Fishes 226
  • 15 - Reptiles 253
  • 16 - The Marine Mammals 256
  • 17 - Seaweeds 273
  • Looking Forward 289
  • Notes and References 297
  • Index 309
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