Fish Versus Oil|
Resources and Rural Development in North Atlantic Societies
Edited by J.D. House
While contributors from Scotland and Norway address the question of
"Oil--Threat or Salvation" from the standpoint of actual observation,
other writers consider the prospects of fish and oil co-existence in
". . . an interesting, timely, and readable collection of works .
. . well organized, with clear, well-referenced tables, figures and maps .
. . Although the volume concentrates on rural locations in the North
Atlantic region, most of the concepts and phenomena discussed are
applicable virtually worldwide."--American
". . . argumentative basis of the book very refreshing
. . . should be available to all who have an interest in teaching
and researching resource management."--British Journal of Canadian
Softcover. Published in 1986. 210 pages. ISBN 0-919666-48-5. Price $19.95 CAD