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The Exploited SeasNew Directions for Marine Environmental History$
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Poul Holm, Tim D. Smith, and David J. Starkey

Print publication date: 2001

Print ISBN-13: 9780973007312

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: January 2019

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9780973007312.001.0001

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The Newfoundland Fisheries, c. 1500-1900: A British Perspective

The Newfoundland Fisheries, c. 1500-1900: A British Perspective

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(p.1) The Newfoundland Fisheries, c. 1500-1900: A British Perspective
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The Exploited Seas
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David J. Starkey

Michael Haines

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Liverpool University Press
DOI:10.5949/liverpool/9780973007312.003.0001

David J. Starkey and Michael Haines analysis the qualitative and quantitative material held in English archives, pertaining to the fisheries of Newfoundland between 1500-1900. Their results indicate that fish harvesting through the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries fluctuated wildly but increased in general. They conclude by suggesting that greater research into the archives will provide a clearer study of the impact of fishing on the fish population of Newfoundland

Keywords:   Fisheries, Newfoundland Ecosystems, Fishing Ecology, English Fish Trade, Icelandic Fish Trade, Newfoundland Fish Trade, Fishing History

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