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101 Canadian Navy) CFB Halifax. Navy in Halifax
Canadian Forces Base Halifax, 1989, 
(Canadian Navy). The Navy in Halifax. (Halifax: Canadian Forces Base Halifax / Trident Military Publications, 1989). Pp 1-68. Double column. Illustrated. 4to, ill. card covers. An overview of the facilities and services of Canada's largest military establishment, designed for service personnel, civilian employees, and visitors to the city. Slightly rubbed, else vg. 20.00

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102 Canadian Transportation Research Forum IRCHA, M.C. PROKOP, D. CHRISTIE, J. Shaking Up Canada's Transportation Systems to Meet Future Needs / Secouer les systèmes de transports au Canada pour faire face aux besoins futurs : Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Conference / Actes de la 43è Conférence annuelle, Moncton, New Brunswick
Canadian Transportation Research Forum CTRF, Woodstock, Ontario , 2008, ISBN:9780973744033 
(Canadian Transportation Research Forum). Shaking Up Canada's Transportation Systems to Meet Future Needs / Secouer les systèmes de transports au Canada pour faire face aux besoins futurs : Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Conference / Actes de la 43è Conférence annuelle, Moncton, New Brunswick, June 1-4 juin, 2008. (Woodstock, Ontario : CTRF, 2008). Pp (2),[i]-vi,(2),1-713,(1). Maps. 8vo, illustrated white card covers. Of nautical interest : Section XV. – Port Possibilities. 1. “Opportunities and Challenges Facing Canadian Ports” by M.C. Ircha (pp 612-626). 2. “The Past as Prologue: Alaska as aCrucible in North American Maritime History” by D. Prokop (pp 627-641). 3. :Potential Options for Improving the Distribution of Asian Sourced Retail Freight Arriving Through the Port of Halifax” by J. Christie and M. Gunter (pp 642-654). Sections : I. Transportation Issues. II. Transportation Costs. III. Trucker's Issues. IV. Rail Policy. V. Gateways and Corridors. VI. Railway Safety Act Review. VII. Air Interfaces. VIII. Road Use. IX. LogisticsManagement in Canada. X. Road Infrastructure. XI. Green Transport. XII. Tr ansportation Challenges. XIII. Supply Chains. XIV. Transport in NAFTA. XV. Port Possibilities. Very good. 30.00

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103 CANEY, R.W. and J.E. REYNOLDS, (compiled by) REYNOLDS, J.E. (comp.) DELMAR-MORGAN, Miranda (revised by) Reed's Marine Distance Tables. 9th ed.
Adlard Coles Nautical, London, 2004, ISBN:0713668059 
CANEY, R.W. and J.E. REYNOLDS, (compiled by). Reed's Marine Distance Tables. [59,000 Distances and almost 500 Ports Around the World]. Compiled by R. W. Caney and J.E. Reynolds. Revised by Miranda Delmar-Morgan. L.: Adlard Coles Nautical, (2004). Ninth Edition. Pp. (8),[1]-223,(1), folding map frontis. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. Vg. 25.00

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104 CAPPER, D.P. Moat Defensive : A History of the Waters of the Nore Command 55 BC to 1961.First Edition
Arthur Barker, London, 1963, 
CAPPER, D.P. Moat Defensive : A History of the Waters of the Nore Command 55 BC to 1961. London : Arthur Barker Limited, (1963). First Edition. Pp (4),v-xi,(1),1-251,(1) + 16 pages of illustrations. Other illustrations in thetext. 8vo, black cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Douglas Parodé Capper (b July 9, 1898, Spectacle Island, NSW - d. 1975?) served in the Royal Naval Air Service & Royal Air Force. NMM V:19. A history of the naval defence of England's east coast. Chapters : 1. The Romans; 2. Saxon, VIking and Norman;3. The Goodwins and the Downs; 4. The Cinque Ports; 5. The Tudors; 6. The Dutch Wars; 7. The Dutch in the Medway; 8. The Last Invasion; 9. The FrenchWars; 10. The Press-Gang; 11. John Paul Jones; 12. The Mutiny at the Nore - 1; 13. The Mutiny at the Nore - 2; 14. Nelson and the Nore (pp.161-169); 15. The Prison-Hulks; 16. The Dockyards; 17. The First World War; 18. The Second World War; 19. The End of the Command. With bibliography, two appendices, general index and index to ships' names. Ex library, cracked, shaken, lacking front free endpaper and first blank. As is. 10.00

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105 CARDIFF] City, Port and District of Cardiff : An Illustrated Handbook for Visitors
Western Mail and Echo Limited, Cardiff, 1933, 
[CARDIFF]. The City, Port and District of Cardiff : An Illustrated Handbookfor Visitors. Edited by the Development Agent. Cardiff: Issued under the a uspices of the Development Committee of the Cardiff City Council by WesternMail and Echo Limited, 1933. Eighth Edition. Pp. 118. Illustrated. 4to, bl ue card covers with gilt illustration of the port to front. A pictorial look at the Welsh city's history and architechture, with significant sections dedicated to the port region and docks. Lightly rubbed, spine slightly faded, else vg. 40.00

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106 CARSE, Robert Ports of Call 1st in dj.
Scribner, 1967, 
CARSE, Robert. Ports of Call. NY: Charles Scribner's Sons, (1967). First Edition. Pp (10), 3-344. More than 50 illustrations in the text. Large 8vo, navy cloth spine with white patterned paper-covered boards. "This absorbing book describes the origins and history of the great seaports of America. Toeach of a dozen ports Robert Carse gives a life of its own, an identity. H e also connects them in an account of the first age in American maritime history, which closed with the War of 1812." -from the dj. Castine, Portsmouth, Boston, Salem, Bristol, Newport, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Charleston, Savannah & New Orleans. Cloth lightly rubbed, boards a tad splayed,else vg in rubbed and wrinkled dj. 50.00

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107 CARTER, Dyson CARTER, Herbert Dyson Sea of Destiny : The Story of Hudson Bay, America's Undefended Back Door. First Edition.
Greenberg, Gravenhurst, Ontario, 1940, 
CARTER, H. Dyson. Sea of Destiny : The Story of Hudson Bay, America's Undefended Back Door. New York : Greenberg Publisher, (1940). First Edition. Pp (6),vii-ix,(3),1-236 + frontispiece + 8 pages of B&w photos. Map and a few illustrations in the text. 8vo, grey cloth with red lettering to spine. Watters p. 662, Rhodenizer p.613, Laugher p.92. Herbert Dyson Carter was born in Saint John, February 2, 1910.He was living in Saint Boniface, Manitoba at the time of publication. "In the late 1930s Carter also began a scholarlywork of historical geography which urged the development of Hudson Bay as a mercantile seaport for the Canadian wheat-farming regions, and as a base of naval defense against a possible invasion of North America. Sea of Destiny (1940) was very pro-Russian, drawing a comparison between the USSR's development of its Arctic and Canada's neglect of its own northern territories. It was also anti-German, suggesting that Nazi submarines and battleships might well exploit the Bay as a major point of vulnerability in North American defenses. Reviewers were impressed by this knowledgeable introduction to a neglected feature of North American history and geography - although the isolationist New York Times reviewer dismissed Carter's "alarmist" prophecies that the European war might be carried into the Arctic." - James Doyle. 1. The Fate of North America; 2. The Sea Called Hudson Bay; 3. The Years Before; 4. For a Tomb, a Legend; 5. The Black Prince; 6. Mr. Gooseberry andthe Huguenot ; 7. Reward for Empire; 8. Commissioned Pirates; 9. Toujours l'Audace!; 10. War Flames North; 11. The Admiral Died on Deck; 12. The Twilight of New France; 13. Voice of the Hated Race; 14. Dividend Paradise; 15.War of the Routes; 16. Revolution; 17. Awakening; 18. Backdoor Seaport [On Churchill, Manitoba]; 19. Roads to the World [on Churchill, the Emerson - Churchill Colonization Railway Company, ECCR, &c] 20. Sea of Mystery ; 21. Land to Come; 22. Lifeblood of Battle; 23. Where Rules Britannia?; 24. Breach in Our Ramparts; 25. Bombs Over America ; 26. Canada Faces Betrayal; 27.Gibraltar in the North . Appendix : Railways to Hudson Bay - The Choice of Ports - Marine Insurance Rates- The Situation in 1940 - Who Discovered Hud son Bay? With Bibliography Ex library but with minimal library markings, else very good, clean. 25.00

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108 CARTER, Wallace G. Where the Incas Trod : A Panorama of Conquest and Development in Andean Lands. Canadian Edition in dustjacket
Morriss Printing, Victoria, BC, 1973, 
CARTER, Wallace G. Where the Incas Trod : A Panorama of Conquest and Development in Andean Lands. Victoria, B.C. : Morriss Printing Co. Ltd., 1973. First Edition. Pp 269. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth. "As his ship proceeds down the coast, he acts as a cicerone, regaling his readers with a host of entertaining facts. First there is a capsule history of The Pacific Steam Navigation Co., so long identified with the development of South America. Thenas his ship passes through the Panama Canal, we learn how this great engin eering feat was accomplished. Then the Orca proceeds southward past Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Chile, calling at many unusual ports." - from the dj. Very good in dustjacket. 28.00

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109 CHAMBERS, Edith D. History of Our City : Port Coquitlam. First Edition.
B.A. Thompson, Burnaby, BC, 1973, 
CHAMBERS, Edith D. History of Our City : Port Coquitlam. [Port Coquitlam] :B.A. Thompson, 1973. First Edition. Printed by Web Press, Burnaby. Unpagin ated. Pp [168]. With over 235 monochrome sepia photos as well as reproductions of some documents. Tall 8vo, photo-illustrated light brown cardcovers. Coverand spine title is: History of Port Coquitlam. Hale and Barman BritishColumbia Local Histories: A Bibliography 176; Edwards & Lort 835. The publ isher is B.A. Thompson, i.e. Bette-Anne Thompson, the author's daughter. 1.The Beginning; 2. The Indians; 3. The First Settlers; 4. The Railway and W estminster Junction; 5. Westminster Junction 1886-1911; 6. WHY - Port Coquitlam; 7. Inauguration Day - April 22, 1913; 8. The First Year; 9. 1914-1920; 10. Fires; 11. Floods; 12. Schools; 13. Recreation; 14. Those Were the Years; 15. Memories; 16. Organizations; 17. May Day; 18. Mayors of Port Coquitlam; 19. The Changing Years. "In 1913 a shipbuilder by the name of Shaftner, from Nova Scotia, started the first yards at the end of Pitt River Road.He hired a number ot experienced builders and laid the keel 'of a fouir-ma sted schooner ship which was aptly named Coquitlam City. [...] The Pacific Construction Shipbuilding Firm took over the yards, under the managemeiientof Mr. H.P. Simpson. They secured orders from the Greek Government for fiv e wooden, steam powered ships. During the years from 1914 to 1918 a crew ot400 carpenters, shipwrights and metal workers launched these boats on sche dule. Their hulls were 300 feet long and built entirely of wood; then they were towed down the river to Coal Habour to have their engines and boilers installed." - p.[37, 43]. Other steamships, ferries, &c in the text. Very good, solid tidy copy. 20.00

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110 CHANDLER, George Liverpool Shipping : A Short History. First Edition in dustjacket.
Phoenix House, London, 1960, 
CHANDLER, George. Liverpool Shipping : A Short History. London: Phoenix House, (1960). First Printing. Pp. (4),v-xi,(1),13-256, frontispiece, + 30 p. of black and white plates. Illustrated. Map endpapers. 8vo, tan cloth with black lettering to spine. "Dr George Chandler, the Librarian of the City ofLiverpool who was responsible for the celebratory history [published on Li verpool's 750th anniversary], here addresses himself to the repair of what he calls 'a remarkable omission' -- a popular but reliable guide to the history of Liverpool shipping as a whole and its part in the developing trade with all parts of the world. [...] In addition to the general history of Liverpool's trade with Europe, North and South America, Africa, the East and Australia, the book provides a detailed account of each shipping line, together with the range of its services and the names and tonnages of its shipsat various periods." - from the dustjacket. Contents: 1. Liverpool, a Worl d Port; 2. Liverpool's Coastal Shipping: Coast Lines Ltd; the Belfast Steamship Company; Miscellaneous Coastal Shipping Companies; the Mersey Ferries;the Liverpool and North Wales Steamship Company Ltd; the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company Ltd; 3. To Europe and the Mediterranean: Bahr, Behrend & Co mpany Ltd; the Ellerman and Papayanni lines; the Glynn Line; the MacAndrew Line; the Moss Hutchison Line; the British and Continental Steam Ship Company Ltd; the Cunard Steam-Ship Company Ltd; the Johnston, Warren Lines; the Larrinaga Steamship Company Ltd; Other Lines; 4. To North America: The Cunard Steam-Ship Company Ltd; Sailing Packets; the Cunarders and the Collins Line; the 'Great Eastern'; the Civil War Blockade Runners; the Inman Line; the White Star Line; the Guion line; the National Line; the Leyland Line; Foreign Competitors; the Cunard Line's Service to Canada; Canadian Pacific Steamships Ltd; 5. To the West Indies, Central and South America: The PacificSteam Navigation Company; the Lamport and Holt Line; the Harrison Line; th e Booth Steamship Company Ltd; the Booker Lin; Other British Lines; ForeignLines; 6. To West Africa: Early Liverpool-West African Trade; Elder Dempst er Lines Ltd; the Guinea Gulf Line Ltd; the Palm Line; 7. To South and EastAfrica, the Persian Gulf, India, and Pakistan: The Brocklebank Line; the H arrison Line; the Hall Line Ltd; the City Line; the Anchor Line; the Clan Line; the Union-Castle Line; the P. and O. Group; Other Shipping Lines; 8. To the Far East: The Blue Funnel Line; the Glen and Shire Lines; the Bibby Line Ltd; the Henderson Line; the Nippon Yusen Kaisha Line; 9. To Australia and New Zealand: Early Liverpool-Australian Trade; the Beazley Line; the White Star-Blue Funnel Joint Service; Shaw, Savill and Albion Company Ltd; the Port Line Ltd; the Black Ball Line, the Federal Steam Navigation Company Ltd, and the New Zealand Shipping Company Ltd; the Blue Star Line Ltd; 10. The Future of the Port of Liverpool. A very good copy in a crisp, tidy, unclipped dustjacket. 50.00

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Fever Coast Log :  At Sea in Central America. First Edition in dustjacket, CHAPLIN, Gordon MORRIS, Jan, introduction
111 CHAPLIN, Gordon MORRIS, Jan, introduction Fever Coast Log : At Sea in Central America. First Edition in dustjacket
Simon & Schuster, New York, 1992, ISBN:0671761234 1992 0671761234 / 9780671761233 
CHAPLIN, Gordon. The Fever Coast Log. [dustjacket adds: At Sea in Central America]. Introduction by Jan Morris. New York : Simon & Schuster, (1992). First Printing. Pp. (8),ix-x,(2),3-229,(1). 8vo, red cloth spine with green paper-covered boards, gilt lettering to spine.

"Belize, Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua... banana country, junta country, CIA country, Sandanista country. central America's Fever Coast is no ordinary cruising ground. But then, Gordon Chaplin is no ordinary sailor. When he and his companion, Susan, set sail aboard the 36-foot motorsailer Lord Jim, they were in search of adventure. Like all real travelers, they had embarked on a voyage of discovery. And in sleepy ports and sweltering landscapes worthy of a novel by Graham Greene, they found everything they sought - and more." - from the dj.

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112 CHARLIAT, P. LACOUR-GAYET, G., preface Trois Siecles d'Economie Maritime Francaise. trade ed.
Librairie des Sciences Politiques et Sociales, Maecel Rivière, 1931, 
CHARLIAT, P. Trois Siècles d'Économie Maritime Française. Préface de G. Lacour-Gayet. Paris : Librairie des Sciences Politiques et Sociales, Maecel Rivière, 1931. Pp 228 + 23 plates. 8vo, half brown leather. In 37 sections, including : Les origines de la France maritime; La rivalité de l'Angleterre;L'évolution du matériel - Vapeur et voile; Transformation de l'outillage - La voile et l'hélice; Ports de l'Océan - La pêche; Ports de la Manche - Cr éation des lignes transatlantiques; La marine marchande française et la querre (1914-1918). Trade Edition, limited to 1000 copies. Vg-fine. 95.00

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113 China - Handbook China Proper. Volume I Physical Geography, History and Peoples. Volume II Modern History and Administration. Volume III Economic Geography, Ports a nd Communications.
Naval Intelligence Division, London, 1944, 
(China - Handbook). China Proper. Volume I – Physical Geography, History and Peoples. Volume II – Modern History and Administration. Volume III – Economic Geography, Ports and Communications. (London) : Naval Intelligence Division, July 1944, June 1945, July 1945. Pp [i]-xvi,1-542,+ 76 pp plates + large folding map in rear pouch. Maps and Diagrams. Index; [i]-xii,1-370,(2),+ 32 pp plates. Maps. Index; [i]-xiv,[1]-653,(1),+ 78 pp plates. Maps. Index. 8vo, green cloth. B.R. 530, 530A, 530B (Restricted). Geographical Handbook Series. For Official Use Only. Contents : Vol. I. Part I – Physical Geography. 1. Introduction. 2. General Physical Description. 3. North China. 4. Central China. 5. South China. 6. Coasts. 7. Soils and Soil Erosion. 8. Climate and Weather. 9. Natural Vegetation. 10. Diseases and Hygiene. Part II – History and Peoples. 11. Outlines of Chinese History to the End of the Eighteenth Century. 12. The Historic Civilization. 13. The Peoples of China. 14. The Cghinese Written Language. 15. The National Language and the Dialects. Vol. II. 1.Outlines of Modern Chinese History to the Fall of the Empire in 1912. 2. Outlines of Modern Chinese History 1912-1937. 3. War-Time China, 1937-44. 4. The Foreign Relations of China since 1922. 5. Government and Administration. 6. The Chinese Legal System. 7. Education. 8. Growth andDistribution of Population. Vol. III. 1. Agriculture and Forestry. 2. Fish eries. 3. Mining. 4. Industry. 5. Foreign Trade. 6. Currency and Finance. 7. The Ports of South China. 8. Shanghai and the Yangtze Ports. 9. The Portsof North China. 10. Roads. 11. Railways. 12. Waterways. 12. British Intere st in China and Hong Kong. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES MAY APPLY DUE TO ITSWEIGHT. Spine and edges sunned, rubbed, penned name to each volume, else g ood. The set for 100.00

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Little Ships of Patea. 1st ed, in dj, signed , CHURCH, Ian
114 CHURCH, Ian Little Ships of Patea. 1st ed, in dj, signed
Dunmore Press, 1977, ISBN:0908564031 
CHURCH, Ian. Little Ships of Patea. (Palmerston North): Dunmore Press, (1977). Pp 125 + 30 p of photos. 8vo, brown cloth. An account of this once thriving New Zealand port. Chapters : 1. Early European Contacts; 2. Military Port; 3. Settlement Begins; 4. Provincial Outpost; 5. Harbour Improvements; 6. The Patea Steam Shipping Company; 7. Ships and Shipping Companies; 8. The Growth of the Dairy Trade; 9. The South Taranaki Shipping Company; 10. Depression, War and Decline. With a descriptive list of ships connected with the port (pp.76-105), a bibliography and indices. Previous owner's name on ffep,, ow vg lightly chipped dj. Signed by Church. 75.00

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115 CHURCHILL, Winston S. World Crisis, 1911-1914. 2nd pr.
Thornton Butterworth Limited, London, 1923, 
CHURCHILL, Winston S. The World Crisis, 1911-1914 . London: Thornton Butterworth Limited, (April 1923). Second UK Printing. Pp. (8),[1]-536, + 6 maps (5 of which are folding) and 2 facsimile leaves. 8vo, navy blue cloth, pressed titles to front, gilt titles to spine. Recounts Churchill's time spent as the First Lord of the Admiralty in the lead-up to the Great War. Contents: 1. The Vials of Wrath; 2. Milestones to Armageddon; 3. The Crisis of Agadir; 4. Admirals All; 5. The German Navy Law; 6. The Romance of Design; 7. The North Sea Front; 8. Ireland and the European Balance; 9. The Crisis; 10. The Mobilization of the Navy; 11. War: The Passage of the Army; 12. The Battle in France; 13. On the Oceans; 14. In the Narrow Seas; 15. Antwerp; 16. The Channel Ports; 17. The Grand Fleet and the Submarine Alarm; 18. Coronel and the Falklands; 19. With Fisher at the Admiralty; 20. The Bombardmentof Scarborough and Hartlepool; 21. Turkey and the Balkans. Some wear to ou ter hinges with light bumping to spine ends, else vg. 100.00

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116 CIESLAK, E. and C. BIERNAT Dzieje Gdanska. in red-spined dj.
Wydawnictwo Morskie, Gdansk, 1969, 
CIESLAK, E. and C. BIERNAT. Dzieje Gdanska . Gdansk: Wydawnictwo Morskie, 1969. Pp. [1]-571,(1), + 16 p. of colour plates and 4 folding maps and plans. Illustrated. 8vo, brown cloth with black lettering to spine. A chronicle of the history of the Polish port of Gdansk, from its earliest times to present. Includes many nautical references. In addition to the plates, there are 267 black and white textual illustrations (several of nautical interest). Text in Polish. Spine rubbed, small stain to fore-edge, else vg in nickeddj. 40.00

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117 CIRCLE LINE] Circle Line Covers the Waterfront
Circle Line Sightseeing Tours, New York, 1966, 
[CIRCLE LINE]. Circle Line Covers the Waterfront . (NY: Circle Line Sightseeing Tours, 1966). Pp. 79. 8vo, illustrated stapled red card covers. A slimvolume detailing the Circle Line yacht tour that circles the island of Man hattan. Vg. 15.00

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118 CLAMMER, Richard Paddle Steamers 1837 to 1914. 1st pr in dj.
Batsford, London, 1980, 
CLAMMER, Richard. Paddle Steamers 1837 to 1914. L: B.T. Batsford, (1980). First Printing. Pp 136. Double column. Large 8vo, grey cloth. "Here is a complete visual guide to all the major types of paddle steamers which sailed from British and Irish ports and inland waterways in the years before the First World War. Not only is it a visual account, it is also a factual one backed by detailed introductions to each of the eight chapters and by scholarly annotations to the 122 illustrations from Victorian and Edwardian photographs." -from the dj. Sections : 1. Tugs (pp.8-21); 2. River and Lake Steamers; 3. Ferries; 4. Ocean-Going Paddle Steamers; 5. Warships (pp.67-79); 6.Royal Yachts (pp.80-87); 7. Cross-Channel Paddle Steamers; 8. Pleasure Ste amers. With bibliography and index. Bookplate, else vg in vg price-clipped dj. 35.00

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119 CLAPP, Edwin J. Port of Hamburg. 3rd pr
Yale, 1918, 
CLAPP, Edwin J. The Port of Hamburg. New Haven: Yale University Press, (July 1918). Third Printing. Pp (4),iii-xiii,(3),1-220, frontis.+ 15 leaves of plates + 2 leaves of maps (1 fldg). 8vo, ( 218 mm) blue cloth. This third printing was dubbed the William A. Read Memorial Edition. Here is a passage from the special March 1918 note: " [...] the discussion of plans for the future of the port of New York. That this is not a merely local question, but rather a problem of national and even international importance, has been frequently urged. This winter with the evident congestion of freight, including supplies intended for shipment to our Allies and to our soldiers abroad, the truth of this statement is more frequently admitted. [...] In an effort to help members of the State Legislatures realize the magnitude of the problem and appreciate with what care and at what expense the Port of Hamburg, for example, has been developed, the Yale University Press has recently distributed a number of copies of two volumes heretofore published by it under the titles of The Port of Hamburg and The Port of Boston, andwritten by Edwin J. Clapp, Professor of Economics, New York University.." Introduction and the following chapters : 1. Development of Hamburg's Hinterland; 2. The Channel to the Sea; 3. Port Facilities; 4. Hamburg's Overseas Lines; 5. Hamburg's Shipbuilders and Merchants; State Aid to the Merchant Marine; 6. Waterways and Railways; 7. Shipping and Commerce in Hamburg 1907; 8. Hamburg's Commerce with its Hinterland 1907. With bibliography and index. Ex library(Idaho State) with several tidy, but with a clean spine. Vg, tidy. 80.00

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Coastal Seas : The Conservation Challenge.  First Edition, CLARK, John R.
120 CLARK, John R. Coastal Seas : The Conservation Challenge. First Edition
Blackwell Science, Oxford, 1998, ISBN:0632049553 1998 0632049553 / 9780632049554 
CLARK, John R. Coastal Seas : The Conservation Challenge. (Oxford) : Blackwell Science, (1998). First Edition. Pp. (2),iii-ix,(1),1-134. Illustrated. 8vo, photo-illustrated bluish card covers.

"This succinct, technical reference of coastal-zone resource management is aimed both at students taking courses in coastal management or marine conservation and practitioners in these fields.

In response to a worldwide demand, Coastal Seas deals mostly with methodology and provides practitioners, scholars and students with the ideas, tools, materials and strategies needed to manage coastal resources and shoreline development.

Although tropical developing nations have the greatest need for this book, the principles are universal and will be of interest and relevance to all. " - from the rear cover.

Contents :
Preface;

1. Viewpoint.-

2. Coastal Resources Status :
2.1 Mangrove wetlands --
2.2 Fringing intertidal systems --
2.3 Seagrass meadows --
2.4 Kelp systems --
2.5 Coral reef systems --
2.6 Beach systems --
2.7 Lagoon and estuary systems --
2.8 Seafood resources.

3. Impacts :
3.1 Origin of impacts --
3.2 Typology of impacts --
3.3 Urbanization --
3.4 Waste disposal --
3.5 Agriculture --
3.6 Forestry industries --
3.7 Fishery industries --
3.8 Aquaculture --
3.9 Heavy industry --
3.10 Ports and shipping --
3.11 Mining --
3.12 Petroleum --
3.13 Shore protection --
3.14 Tourism --
3.15 Water control and supply projects --
3.16 Electric power plants --
3.17 Nature's impacts.

4. Program Design :
4.1 Purposes --
4.2 Focal points --
4.3 Program scope --
4.4 Program organization --
4.5 Strategy planning --
4.6 Institutional mechanisms --
4.7 Strategy plan tactics.

5. Program Development :
5.1 The approach --
5.2 Master Plan --
5.3 Project review and assessment --
5.4 Service function --
5.5 Environmental Management Plan --
5.6 Constraints and complexities --
5.7 Success factors.

6. Methods and Tools :
6.1 Project review --
6.2 Rapid Rural Assessment --
6.3 Carrying capacity analysis --
6.4 Water quality control --
6.5 Land use control and zoning --
6.6 Setbacks --
6.7 Special Habitats --
6.8 Restoration --
6.9 Survey --
6.10 Information techniques --
6.11 Conflict resolution.

7. Coastal Connections :
7.1 Unification --
7.2 Coordination --
7.3 Education and outreach --
7.4 Collaborative management --
7.5 International.

8. Acts of Stewardship :
8.1 Anguilla: management of the beachfront --
8.2 Australia: management authority for the Great Barrier Reef --
8. 3 Australia, Port Phillip Bay: a failed attempt --
8.4 Barbados: incremental CZM --
8.5 Bonaire: carrying capacity limits --
8.6 Canada: offshore sewage outfall at Victoria, BC --
8.7 Ecuador: situation management --
8.8 Egypt, Sinai: planning for biodiversity protection --
8.9 Indonesia, Sulawesi: disposal of harbour silt --
8.10 Maldives: an informal approach to CZM --
8.11 Montserrat: controlling beach sand mining --
8.12 Oman: coordination as the key --
8.13 Philippines: success with community based management --
8.14 Solomon Islands: social chaos from tourism --
8.15 Sri Lanka: issue-based and incremental CZM --
8.16 Sri Lanka: Negombo Lagoon zoning --
8.17 Trinidad and Tobago: choosing the non-CZM option --
8.18 United States: a dollar-based program --
8.19 United States, Hawaii: the ocean outfall solution.

9. The Coastal Professional :
9.1 The professional --
9.2 As steward --
9.3 As planner --
9.4 As investigator --
9183;5 As analyst --
9.6 As survey designer --
9.7 As research coordinator --
9.8 As environmental assessor --
9.9 As mediator --
9.10 As linguist --
9.11 As student.

With References, Glossary, Unit Conversion Table, Index.
Very good. 30.00

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