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Record #191741:

Parasites from "alien shores": the decline of Canada's freshwater fishing industry / Liza Piper.

Title: Parasites from "alien shores": the decline of Canada's freshwater fishing industry / Liza Piper.
Author(s): Piper, Liza.
Date: 2010.
In: Canadian Historical Review. (2010.), Vol. 91(1) (2010)
Abstract: Describes economic impact on northern Canada's fishing industry of international trade regulations enacted in response to economic crisis of 1930s. Regulations prohibited importation of fish infected with Triaenophorus parasite (and included two of most important commercial fish species: tullibee and lake whitefish)
Notes:

Canadian Historical Review. Vol. 91(1) :87-114 (2010).

Keywords: 33 -- Economics.
330.524 -- Natural resources.
576.89 -- Animal parasites.
597.5 -- Teleostei.
639.2 -- Fisheries.
639.21 -- Fisheries, fresh-water.
93"19" -- Twentieth century.
V -- History.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*440) -- Northwest Territories.
SPRI record no.: 191741

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