Global Atlas of Marine Fisheries
A critical appraisal of catches and ecosystem impacts
edited by Daniel Pauly and Dirk Zeller
The Global Atlas of Marine Fisheries is the first and only book to provide accurate, country-by-country fishery catch data. This groundbreaking information has been gathered from independent sources by the world’s foremost fisheries experts. The Atlas includes one-page reports on 273 countries and their territories, plus fourteen topical global chapters. Extensive maps and graphics offer attractive and accessible visual representations.
About the editors:
Daniel Pauly is a professor in the Fisheries Centre and Department of Zoology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, and Principal Investigator for the Sea Around Us Project, a scientific collaboration between the University of British Columbia and the Pew Environmental Group. Dirk Zeller is the Senior Researcher and Executive Director of the Sea Around Us Project. He has produced over 250 scientific contributions in journals, book chapters, and research reports.
The atlas will be available at a reduced price if ordered before October, 2016. For more details about this, see the brochure.