Endangered oceans

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Essays discuss the future of the oceans, the state of world fisheries, the impact of global warming, conservation practices, environmental policies, and protecting the whales.
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author_additional Alliance of Marine Mammal Parks and Aquariums --, Andrew Myers --, Baha'i International Community --, Ben Carmichael --, Ben Macintyre --, Benjamin Friedman, Bijal P. Trivedi --, Dan Whaley,, Daniel Friedman --, David Wilmot --, Dick Russell --, Donald C. Winter --, Food & Water Watch --, Frank J. Gaffney Jr. --, Humane Society of the United States --, Jack Sterne, Jim Hutchinson Jr. --, Joshua Reichert --, Ken Hinman --, Kenneth R. Weiss --, Kevin Whilden --, Louise I. Gerdes, book editor., Margaret Leinen,, Michael Crye --, National Coalition for Marine Conservation --, Nils Stolpe --, Peter N. Spotts --, Philip Armour --, Ronald Bailey --, Sam Farr --, Timothy R. E. Keeney --, Usha Lee McFarling --, William T. Hogarth --
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series Opposing viewpoints
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subject_facet Marine pollution, Marine resources conservation, Ocean -- Environmental aspects
table_of_contents Acidification threatens the world's oceans /, Antisubmarine sonar harms marine mammals /, Antisubmarine sonar has adequate safeguards to protect marine mammals /, Aquaculture practices are inefficient /, Aquaculture will fill the gap in the seafood supply /, Banning bottom trawling would protect deep sea ecology /, Bibliography of books --, Chapter preface --, Efforts to protect the world's coral reefs are progressing /, Expecting fishing technologies to have no ecological impact is unreasonable /, Federal regulations are necessary to reduce cruise ship pollution /, For further discussion --, Human activities threaten the world's oceans /, Index., Individual fishing quotas benefit U.S. fisheries /, Individual fishing quotas do not benefit U.S. fisheries /, Introduction --, Keeping marine mammals in captivity is cruel exploitation /, Keeping marine mammals in captivity promotes conservation /, Loss of coral reefs threatens the world's oceans /, Marine reserves will not stop destructive fishing practices /, Marine reserves will preserve dwindling fish stocks /, Ocean iron fertilization may reduce global warming's impact /, Ocean iron fertilization will not reduce global warming's impact /, Organizations to contact --, Overfishing threatens the world's oceans /, Periodical bibliography --, Runoff pollution threatens the world's oceans /, United States should not ratify the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea /, United States should ratify the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea /, Voluntary efforts are adequate to reduce cruise ship pollution /, Whaling can be sustainable when properly managed /, What impact do human activities have on marine mammals? --, What ocean policies are best? --, What strategies would best promote sustainable fishing? --, What threatens the world's oceans? --, Why consider opposing viewpoints? --, commercial whaling ban is necessary to protect endangered species /, threat posed by overfishing is exaggerated /, threat to the world's oceans can be overcome /
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title Endangered oceans
title_display Endangered oceans
title_full Endangered oceans / Louise I. Gerdes, book editor
title_short Endangered oceans
title_sort endangered oceans