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The sound management of a fishery as a social engineering: applying Karl Popper's demarcation criterion to an Area 2 stock of Pacific halibut
The Newfoundland fishery for Atlantic cod was once the largest cod fishery in the World. In the early 1990s this fishery formed part of an Atlantic Canadian groundfish fishery collapse that has become one of the World's ...
Critical thinking through the eyes of Richard Paul and Karl Popper
This 1993 workshop marks the beginning of my new logical or metaphysical research program on the application of Karl Popper’s non-inductive theory of method to the management of the World’s commercial fisheries. The view, ...
Ecological Assessment of the Plant Communities of the Williams Lake Backlands
(The Williams Lake Conservation Company, 2014-02-12)
The Williams Lake Backlands (WLB), covering approximately 200 ha, are the larger, undeveloped part of the Williams Lake Watershed which includes Colpitt Lake and Williams Lake. The WLB are part of "Purcell's Cove Backlands" ...