Book details

Publication date: January 2005
Features: B&W photographs, figures, references, index with contributions from Harald Beyer Broch and Mats Ris
Series: Circumpolar Research Series
Keywords: Northern Cultures;Biology;Anthropology
Subject(s): SCIENCE / Life Sciences / Zoology / Mammals, Northern Cultures / Biology / Anthropology, Northern Cultures;Biology;Anthropology, Natural History, Canadian Studies
Publisher(s): The University of Alberta Press, North Atlantic Marine Mammal Commission (NAMMCO)

Arne Kalland.

Frank Sejersen.

Harald Beyer Broch.

Mats Ris.

"Marine Mammals and Northern Cultures by Arne Kalland and Frank Sejersen explores recent shifts in national and international environmental policy that has become strongly informed by environmental groups which have reclassified whales and seals from a source of sustainable resources to a form of global patrimony that should not be hunted under any conditions…. The book's strongest argument is the challenge to the reclassification of 'management goals' from a question of defining sustainable numbers to one of moral rectitude…. The book overall is clearly written, carefully researched, full of new information and stimulating. I enjoyed reading it."

Barbara Bodenhorn, International Journal of Maritime History

ISBNs: 9781896445267 978-1-896445-26-7 Title: marine mammals and northern cultures ISBNs: 9781772122077 978-1-77212-207-7 Title: marine mammals and northern cultures