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The Unnatural History of the Sea Table of Contents Chapter 1: The end of innocence Chapter 2: The origins of intensive fishing Chapter 3: New Found Lands Chapter 4: More fish than water Chapter 5: Plunder of the Caribbean Chapter 6: The age of merchant adventurers Chapter 7: Whaling: the first global industry Chapter 8: To the ends of the Earth for seals Chapter 9: The great fisheries of Europe Chapter 10: The first trawling revolution Chapter 11: The dawn of industrial fishing Chapter 12: The inexhaustible sea Chapter 13: The legacy of whaling Chapter 14: Emptying European Seas Chapter 15: The downfall of king cod Chapter 16: Slow death of an estuary ¿ Chesapeake Bay Chapter 17: Ghost reefs in the Caribbean Chapter 18: Shifting baselines Chapter 19: Ghost habitats Chapter 20: Hunting on the high plains of the open sea Chapter 21: Violating the last great wilderness Chapter 22: No place left to hide Chapter 23: Barbequed jellyfish or swordfish steak? Chapter 24: Reinventing fishery management Chapter 25: The return of abundance Chapter 26: The future of fish
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Ocean and civilization.
Ocean -- History.