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61 CALIFORNIA ADVISORY COMMISSION ON MARINE AND COASTAL RESOURCES) Fourth Annual Report : 1971 : The California Marine Environment ill. card covers
California Advisory Commission, 1971, 
CALIFORNIA ADVISORY COMMISSION ON MARINE AND COASTAL RESOURCES). Fourth Annual Report : 1971 : The California Marine Environment. Published in conformance with The Marine Resources Conservation and Development Act of 1967 through the assistance of the University of California Sea Grant Program, sponsored by National Oceanic and Aeronautics Administration Office of Sea Grant, Department of Commerce, under Grant #2-35208. (Sacramento, California: California Advisory Commission on Marine and Coastal Resources, 1971. Pp 236, several maps, tables and diagrams. 4to, ill. card covers. Chipping to spine ends, rubbed, minor rust marking to title page, ow vg. 40.00

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62 California Advisory Commission on Marine and Coastal Resources Proceedings of the Eleventh Meeting
California Advisory Commission, Pacific Grove, CA, 1971, 
(California Advisory Commission on Marine and Coastal Resources). Proceedings of the Eleventh Meeting : "The Monterey Bay Pilot Planning Project; An Experiment in Decision-Making in Coastal Zone Planning" : April 29-May 1, 1971; Asilomar State Conference Grounds and Beach, Pacific Grove, California.Pacific Grove, CA: California Advisory Commission, 1971. Pp. 136. 4to, pri nted green card covers. Spine sunned, else vg. 30.00

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63 CAMERON, Silver Donald Living Beach. 1st pbk
Macmillan Canada, Toronto, 1999, 
CAMERON, Silver Donald. The Living Beach. Toronto : Macmillan Canada, (1999). First Printing. Pp (10),[1]-246. 8vo, card covers. "Intrigued by a scientist who talked as though the beaches were alive, Silver Donald Cameron took himself off to examine beaches around North America. [...] Cameron's inquiries took him first to the gray sand of Pondville Beach, near his home in Isle Madame, Cape Breton Island. He roved south to Miami Beach and west to the coasts of Oregon and California. While reporting on the idiosyncrasies of a variety of beaches, he takes us on an exploration of the elements thatmake a beach what it is - the nature of the waves, the origins of the sand , and the wild diversity of often bizarre plants and animals that live there." - from the dj to the hardcover edition. Chapters: Gaia's Fingernail; The Sea and the Waves; The Sand and the Shore; Rising Sea and Rolling Islands; The Animate Beach; The Human Beach; The Armored Beach; The Politics of the Beach; The Living Beach. With bibliography and index. With other shorter pieces including The Celtic Mass for the Sea (pp.222-226, on Scott Macmillan's musical composition); Le Concours National des Chateaux du Sable (pp.55-58). Vg. 14.00

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64 CAMERON, Silver Donald Living Beach. First Edition in dustjacket.
Macmillan Canada, Toronto, 1998, ISBN:0771575556 
CAMERON, Silver Donald. The Living Beach. Toronto : Macmillan Canada, (1998). First Printing. Pp (10),[1]-246. 8vo, orange-brown cloth. "Intrigued by a scientist who talked as though the beaches were alive, Silver Donald Cameron took himself off to examine beaches around North America. [...] Cameron's inquiries took him first to the gray sand of Pondville Beach, near his home in Isle Madame, Cape Breton Island. He roved south to Miami Beach and west to the coasts of Oregon and California. While reporting on the idiosyncrasies of a variety of beaches, he takes us on an exploration of the elements that make a beach what it is - the nature of the waves, the origins of the sand, and the wild diversity of often bizarre plants and animals that live there." - from the dj. Chapters: Gaia's Fingernail; The Sea and the Waves; The Sand and the Shore; Rising Sea and Rolling Islands; The Animate Beach; The Human Beach; The Armored Beach; The Politics of the Beach; The Living Beach. With bibliography and index. With other shorter pieces including The Celtic Mass for the Sea (pp.222-226, on Scott Macmillan's musical composition); Le Concours National des Chateaux du Sable (pp.55-58). Very good industjacket. 20.00

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Log Letters from "The Challenger".  presentation copy. , CAMPBELL, George, Lord
65 CAMPBELL, George, Lord Log Letters from "The Challenger". presentation copy.
Macmillan, 1876, 
CAMPBELL, George, Lord. Log Letters from "The Challenger". L: Macmillan, 1876. Pp 448. Folding map frontis. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt to spine. Campbell, the youngest son of the eighth Duke of Argyle, was a Sub-Lieutenant on the Challenger during her famous four-year circumnavigation. As he was not a scientist his letters tend to be anecdotal, offering a refreshing perspective on this epochal oceanographic cruise. With a contemporary note on mourning stationary presenting the book to a Captain Aitkin in 1879. Front board and spine detached, heavy worm damage to inner edge of front board, ffep, and initial leaves, rear inner hinge starting, cloth soiled and heavily rubbed, else g. As is. 125.00

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66 Canada-Department of External Affairs) Future of the Oceans
Information and Legal Operations Division, Department of External Affairs, 1975, 
(Canada-Department of External Affairs). The Future of the Oceans. [Ottawa]: Information and Legal Operations Division, Department of External Affairs, [ca. 1975]. Pp 28. Oblong large 8vo, card covers, pages of various, graduated size. A brief introduction to Canada's contempoary marine concerns- with the fisheries, geology, navigation, pollution, oceanography- released to coincide with the Third United Nations Conference on the Law of the Sea. Slightly rubbed, else vg. 12.00

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67 CARTER, R. A. Role of Plankton and Micronekton in Carbon Flow Through a Southern BenguelaKelp Bed
University of Cape Town, Cape Town, 1983, 
CARTER, R.A. Role of Plankton and Micronekton in Carbon Flow Through a Southern Benguela Kelp Bed. Cape Town: University of Cape Town, 1983. Pp. (4)i-xiv,1-174,(1). 8vo, blue cloth covers with gilt lettering to spine and front. PhD. thesis in the Department of Zoology at University of Cape Town. Bottom of spine crunched, some markings to covers, else vg. 90.00

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68 CASEY, Susan. Wave : In Pursuit of the Rogues, Freaks, and Giants of the Ocean.
Doubleday Canada, Toronto, 2010, ISBN:9780385666671 
CASEY, Susan. The Wave : In Pursuit of the Rogues, Freaks, and Giants of the Ocean. [Toronto] : Doubleday Canada, (2010). First Printing. Pp (18),[1]-326,(8),+ 16 pp plates. Maps. 8vo, white cloth spine, pale blue paper covered boards, gilt lettering to spine. Contents : Introduction; The Grand Empress; Broken Skulls; Schrodinger's Wave; Karma, Tiger Sharks, and the GoldenCarrot; Wave Good-bye; Mavericks; "I Never Saw Anything Like It"; Killers; Heavy Weather; Egypt ; Out, Way Out, on the Cortes Bank; The Wild Coast; A t the Edge of the Horizon; Epilogue. Very good in unclipped dustjacket. 18.00

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69 CHANG, B.D., F.H. PAGE, R.J. LOSIER, D.A. GREENBERG, J.D. CHAFFEY, et al. PAGE, F.H. LOSIER, R.J. Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 2622 Water Circulation and Management of Infectious Salmon Anemia in the Salmon Aquaculture Industry in Passamaquoddy Bay, Southwestern New Brunswick
Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Ottawa, 2006, 
CHANG, B.D., F.H. PAGE, R.J. LOSIER, D.A. GREENBERG, J.D. CHAFFEY, and E.P.McCURDY. Water Circulation and Management of Infectious Salmon Anemia in t he Salmon Aquaculture Industry in Passamaquoddy Bay, Southwestern New Brunswick . Ottawa: Fisheries and Oceans Canada, 2006. Pp. [i]-iii,(1),1-46. Illustrated with maps. 4to, printed cream card covers with plain black spine. Canadian Technical Report of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, number 2622. Chang, Page, Losier and McCurdy are affiliated with the Fisheries and OceansBiological Station at St. Andrews, NB, while Greenberg and Chaffey are wit h the Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dartmouth, NS. Vg. 12.00

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70 CHAO, Ning Labbish and William KIRBY-SMITH, eds. KIRBY-SMITH, William Proceedings of the International Symposium on Utilization of Coastal Ecosystems : Planning, Pollution, and Productivity. 2 vols.
Ed. da Fundacao, Universidade do Rio Grande / Duke University Marine Laboratory, Rio Grande, Brazil / Beaufort, NC, 1989, ISBN:8585042060 
CHAO, Ning Labbish and William KIRBY-SMITH, eds. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Utilization of Coastal Ecosystems : Planning, Pollution, and Productivity. Rio Grande, RS - Brasil, 21 to 27 November 1982. Editedby Nin Labbish Chao and William Kirby-Smith. Rio Grande, Brazil / Beaufort , NC: Ed. da Fundašao Universidade do Rio Grande / Duke University Marine Laboratory, 1985, 1989. In two volumes. Pp. [i]-xv,(1),[1]-496,(2); [i]-xvi,1-483,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated white card covers. The results of a symposium on coastline ecology, held in Brazil in 1982. Contents: Volume One: Concept, Policy and Educaton; Planning; Pollution; Productivity; Aquaculture; Integrated Case Studies on Coastal Ecosystems (with several chapters on the Chesapeake Bay region, as well as the Ivory Coast and Santa Catarina, Brazil). Volume Two: Untilization and Conservation of Coastal Ecosystems; Pollutants in Coastal Ecosystems; Nutrient, Phytoplankton and Primary Production; Fishery Resources; Coastal Zone Management and Waters; Lagoa Dos Patos. Rubbed, faint cover creasing, spinal ridging, else vg. For the set. 100.00

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71 CHAO, Ning Labbish and William KIRBY-SMITH, eds. KIRBY-SMITH, William Proceedings of the International Symposium on Utilization of Coastal Ecosystems : Planning, Pollution, and Productivity. vol 1 only. in dj.
Ed. da Fundacao, Universidade do Rio Grande / Duke University Marine Laboratory, Rio Grande, Brazil / Beaufort, NC, 1985, ISBN:8585042060 
CHAO, Ning Labbish and William KIRBY-SMITH, eds. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Utilization of Coastal Ecosystems : Planning, Pollution, and Productivity . Volume One Only. Rio Grande, RS - Brasil, 21 to 27 November 1982. Edited by Nin Labbish Chao and William Kirby-Smith. Rio Grande,Brazil / Beaufort, NC: Ed. da Fundašao Universidade do Rio Grande / Duke U niversity Marine Laboratory, 1985. Pp. [i]-xv,(1),[1]-496,(2). Illustrated.8vo, plain blue cloth. The results of a symposium on coastline ecology, he ld in Brazil in 1982. Contents: Concept, Policy and Educaton; Planning; Pollution; Productivity; Aquaculture; Integrated Case Studies on Coastal Ecosystems (with several chapters on the Chesapeake Bay region, as well as the Ivory Coast and Santa Catarina, Brazil). Edges bumped, half-inch cut to bottom edge, else vg in chipped dj. Volume 1 only. 50.00

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72 CHOPIN, T. and P.G. WELLS., eds. Environment Canada, Atlantic Region, Occasional Report number 17 WELLS, P.G., ed. Opportunities and Challenges for Protecting, Restoring and Enhancing Coastal Habitats in the Bay of Fundy : Proceedings of the 4th Bay of Fundy Science Workshop, Coastal Zone Canada 2000 International Conference, Trade and Convention Centre, Saint John...
Environment Canada / Fundy Marine Ecosystem Science Project, Ottawa, 2001, ISBN:0662302109 
CHOPIN, T. and P.G. WELLS., eds. Opportunities and Challenges for Protecting, Restoring and Enhancing Coastal Habitats in the Bay of Fundy : Proceedings of the 4th Bay of Fundy Science Workshop, Coastal Zone Canada 2000 International Conference, Trade and Convention Centre, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, September 19-21, 2000 . T. Chopin and P.G. Wells, editors. Ottawa: Environment Canada, March 2001. Pp. [i]-x,1-237,(1). 4to, illustrated white card covers. Environment Canada - Atlantic Region, Occasional Report number 17. Vg. 20.00

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73 CLARK, Eugenie Lady with a Spear. book club ed. in dj
Harper & Brothers, New York, 1953, 
CLARK, Eugenie. Lady with a Spear. NY: Harper & Brothers, (1953). Book ClubEdition. Pp 243 including numerous b/w figures, colored map to front and r ear end papers + 16 pp of photographs. 8vo, turquoise cloth spine with yellow boards. "A personal memoir by a young scientist who has found delight and adventure exploring the tropical waters of three oceans in search of rareand bizarre fish." - from the dust jacket Rubbed in lightly chipped dj. 18 .00

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74 CLARK, Eugenie Lady with a Spear. book club ed. in dj
Harper & Brothers, New York, 1953, 
CLARK, Eugenie. Lady with a Spear. NY: Harper & Brothers, (1953). Book ClubEdition. Pp 243 including numerous b/w figures, colored map to front and r ear end papers + 16 pp of photographs. 8vo, turquoise cloth spine with yellow boards. "A personal memoir by a young scientist who has found delight and adventure exploring the tropical waters of three oceans in search of rareand bizarre fish." - from the dust jacket Rubbed, else vg in poor worn dj. 15.00

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75 CLARK, Eugenie Lady with a Spear. book club ed. no dj
Harper & Brothers, New York, 1953, 
CLARK, Eugenie. Lady with a Spear. NY: Harper & Brothers, (1953). Book ClubEdition. Pp 243 including numerous b/w figures, colored map to front and r ear end papers + 16 pp of photographs. 8vo, turquoise cloth spine with yellow boards. "A personal memoir by a young scientist who has found delight and adventure exploring the tropical waters of three oceans in search of rareand bizarre fish." - from the dust jacket Vg. Lacking dj. 14.00

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76 CLARK, John Coastal Ecosystems : Ecological Considerations for Management of the Coastal Zone
Conservation Foundation, in cooperation with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Washington, 1974, 
CLARK, John. Coastal Ecosystems : Ecological Considerations for Management of the Coastal Zone . Washington: The Conservation Foundation, in cooperation with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Office of Coastal Environment, U.S. Department of Commerce, (1974). Pp. [i]-xiii,(1),1-178. Illustrated. 8vo, printed white card covers. Rubbed, name, some underlining and marginalia, else vg. 10.00

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Coastal Seas : The Conservation Challenge.  First Edition, CLARK, John R.
77 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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78 CLARK, R.B. and R.J. WOOTTON, edited by WOOTTON, R.J. HARVEY, Leslie MANN, K.H. Essays in Hydrobiology presented to Leslie Harvey
University of Exeter, Exeter, 1972, 
CLARK, R.B. and R.J. WOOTTON, edited by. Essays in Hydrobiology presented to Leslie Harvey . Edited by R.B. Clark and R.J. Wootton. Exeter: Universityof Exeter, 1972. Pp. [i]-xii,[1]-136,(4), frontis. Illustrated. Large 8vo, blue cloth with white lettering to spine. Contents: 1. K.H. Mann's "The an alysis of aquatic ecosystems" (Mann was affiliated with the Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Dartmouth), 2. R.C.B. Hartland-Rowe's "The limnology oftemporary waters and the ecology of Euphyllopoda", 3. I. Chaston's "Non-ca tastrophic drift in lotic systems", 4. C.R. Kennedy's "Parasite communitiesin freshwater ecosystems", 5. Wootton's "The evolution of insects in fresh water ecosystems", 6. J.E.G. Raymont's "Some investigations into the biochemical composition of marine zooplankton", 7. A.E. Brafield's "Some adaptions to low environmental oxygen in marine beaches", 8. T. Harris's "Some observations upon the methods of incubation in the Genus Spirorbis and their possible zoogeographical significance", and 9. M.A. Sleigh's "Features of ciliary movements in the ctenophores BeroŰ, Pleurobrachia and Cestus". Slightly splayed, spine and top edge faintly sunned, occasional inking, else vg. 30.00

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79 CLOERN, James E. and Frederic H. NICHOLS, eds. NICHOLS, Frederic H., ed. Developments in Hydrobiology, 30) Hydrobiologia, vol. 129) Temporal Dynamics of an Estuary : San Francisco Bay. with TLS
Dr. W. Junk Publishers, Dordrecht, 1985, ISBN:9061935385 
CLOERN, James E. and Frederic H. NICHOLS, eds. Temporal Dynamics of an Estuary : San Francisco Bay . Edited by J.E. Cloern and F.H. Nichols. Dordrecht: Dr. W. Junk Publishers, 1985. Pp. (8),[1]-237,(3). Illustrated. 4to, bluecloth with black lettering to front and spine. Developments in Hydrobiolog y, #30. Reprinted from Hydrobiologia, vol. 129. Contents: 1. Conomos, Smithand Gartner's "Environmental setting of San Francisco Bay", 2. Walters, Ch eng and Conomos's "Time scales of circulation and mixing processes of San Francisco Bay waters", 3. Peterson et al's 'Internannual variability in dissolved inorganic nutrients in Northern San Francisco Bay Estuary", 4. Hartman and Hammond's "Gas exchange in San Francisco Bay", 5. Hammond et al's "Benthic fluxes in San Francisco Bay", 6. Thomson-Becker and Luoma's "Temporalfluctuations in grain size, organic materials and iron concentrations in i ntertidal surface sediment of San Francisco Bay", 7. Luoma, Cain and Johansson's "Temporal fluctuations of silver, copper and zinc in the bivalve Macoma balthica at five stations in South San Francisco Bay", 8. Nichols and Thompson's "Time scales of change in the San Francisco Bay benthos", 9. Josselyn and West's "The distribution and temporal dynamics of the estuarine macroalgal community of San Francisco Bay", 10. Cloern et al's "Temporal dynamics of estuarine phytoplankton: A case study of San Francisco Bay", 11. Ambler, Cloern and Hutchinson's "Seasonal cycles of zooplankton from San Francisco Bay", 12. Hatfield's "Seasonal and interannual variation in distribution and population abundance of the shrimp Crangon franciscorum in San Francisco Bay", 13. Armor and Herrgesell's "Distribution and abundance of fishesin the San Francisco Bay estuary between 1980 and 1982", and 14. Cloern an d Nichols's "Time scales and mechanisms of estuarine variability, a synthesis from studies of San Francisco Bay". Includes a typed letter signed by the authors laid in. Very light edgewear, else vg. 150.00

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80 COFFEN-SMOUT, Scott. International Ocean Institute Final Report of the Canadian Ocean Assessmen : A Review of Canadian Ocean Policy and Practice
International Ocean Institute, 1996, ISBN:Halifax 
COFFEN-SMOUT, Scott, Project Co-ordinator. Final Report of the Canadian Ocean Assessment : A Review of Canadian Ocean Policy and Practice. Halifax, NS: International Ocean Institute, 1996. Pp 205. 8vo, printed card covers. Vg. 20.00

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