whaling industry

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whaling industry

nindustria baleniera
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Demand changes are also usually assigned a major role in explaining the collapse of the American whaling industry. Coal oil, manufactured gas, camphene, improved lard oil products, and linseed oil all entered the illuminant and chemicals markets as rivals of the products of the whaling industry before the Civil War.
Norway's proliferating whaling industry has made it the world's leader in the trade at the expense of the minke whale.
The move, which comes a year after they launched a beer for Thorri containing whale meat, has angered conservationists who claimed the whaling industry in Iceland was trying to create markets for its products.
Chapter 2 reveals that British policies of the 1920s and '30s, which focused on oceanographic research and the whaling industry, were essentially paternalistic and unhelpful, but Chapter 6, in a different context, refers to the work as pioneering.
Once hunted to near extinction by the whaling industry, these mighty creatures are now a protected species.
Here, we use available published material (primarily in Russian) together with extensive interviews of former Soviet biologists and whalers to describe how the Soviet whaling industry was structured and how it worked, from the largest scale of state industrial planning down to the daily details of the ways in which whales were caught and processed by the factory fleets, and how the crews of these fleets were managed and paid.
Exerting an especially deleterious impact on Indian communities was the whaling industry. The torrid pursuit of those mammals spawned starvation conditions, and in the second half of the nineteenth century the Russian-American Company and the Hudson's Bay Company engaged in a decades-long struggle for dominance, although it would be the United States that in the end gained authority and ownership over a good extent of the country.
Teesside had a special connection with the whaling industry in those especially since the Furness Shipyard specialised in building whaling factory ships.
whaling industry that played a key role in America's economic and political expansion into the Pacific, according to NOAA.
The IWC was established in 1949 with the dual (and diametrically opposed) purposes of protecting whales and promoting the whaling industry. In its first few decades, the IWC was largely a club for the whaling industry to divvy tip whale stocks, particularly in the rich waters of the Antarctic Ocean.
Some larger whale species have been recovering since the dark days before the whaling industry was regulated, but the majority of cetaceans--that is, the distinct order of marine mammals consisting of whales, dolphins and porpoises--are in decline, with some likely headed for extinction in the near term.
After graduating, Alexander was employed between 1839 and 1841 by the Scottish whaling industry, which was part of a normal progression at the time for newly qualified surgeons to gain a licence to practice.