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Record #109727:

Nature's plenty / Benedikt Stefánsson.

Title: Nature's plenty / Benedikt Stefánsson.
Author(s): Stefánsson, Benedikt.
Date: 1991.
In: Iceland Review. (1991.), Vol. 29(1) (1991)
Abstract: Discusses development of Icelandic fishing industry in terms of catch values and export revenues. Fish farming is only suitable for handful of species and has involved enormous business risks. Ocean around Iceland is free of acid rain, chemical fertilizers and other pollutants familiar to most industrialized nations; "health revolution" has been favourable development for fish producers. Notes controversy about relative merits of processing catches in Iceland or abroad. Emphasizes need to reduce waste, and incentive to catch as yet under-harvested species.
Notes:

Iceland Review. Vol. 29(1) :25-31 (1991).

Keywords: 504.054(204) -- Pollution, water.
639.2 -- Fisheries.
639.2.068 -- Fish processing, equipment.
639.2.081 -- Fishing, methods and equipment.
639.22 -- Fisheries, salt-water.
N -- Renewable resources.
(*35) -- Iceland.
(*60) -- Arctic Ocean and adjacent waters.
(*61) -- North Atlantic Ocean.
SPRI record no.: 109727

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