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Salmon Country: A History of the Pacific Salmon
     

Salmon Country: A History of the Pacific Salmon

by Robert H. Busch
 
A dedicated naturalist writes on the natural history of the Pacific salmon and the state of today's fishing industry. He examines the reasons for their decline and a full account of salmon biology, migration, conservation and management.

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A dedicated naturalist writes on the natural history of the Pacific salmon and the state of today's fishing industry. He examines the reasons for their decline and a full account of salmon biology, migration, conservation and management.

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Choice - F.T. Manheim
Unabashedly but intelligently passionate ... willing advocate for unconventional solutions ... An excellent choice for public and school libraries.
Science Books and Films - Judith S. Weis
The book is well written and should make a general audience better informed about this issue ... it should [also] make them care about the salmon.
Judith S. Weis
The book is well written and should make a general audience better informed about this issue.
—Science Books and Film, April 2001
F.T. Manheim
Unabashedly but intelligently passionate ... willing advocate for unconventional solutions ... An excellent choice for public and school libraries.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781552631621
Publisher:
Key Porter Books
Publication date:
10/07/2000
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
7.07(w) x 10.05(h) x 0.46(d)

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Robert H. Busch is the author of numerous magazine articles on natural history and six books: Wolf Songs, The Wolf Almanac, The Cougar Almanac, Gray Whales, Wandering Giants, Valley of the Grizzlies and Loons. He lives in salmon country in central British Columbia.

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