5 edition of Risks, dangers, and rewards in the Nova Scotia offshore fishery found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -187) and index.
|LC Classifications||SH224.N8 B56 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 192 p. :|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||96154377|
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Risks, Dangers, and Rewards in the Nova Scotia Offshore Fishery describes the hidden cost paid by workers in the Nova Scotia offshore fishery, a cost measured not in dollars and cents but in deaths and injuries.
Risks, Dangers, and Rewards in the Nova Scotia Offshore Fishery describes the hidden cost paid by workers in the Nova Scotia offshore fishery, a cost measured not in. According to Labour Canada, workers in the offshore fishery are more likely to be injured than workers in mining, construction, or forestry.
Yet until recently these casualties at sea have been largely ignored by government and labour organization. Exposure to the heat and sun during the hot summer months causes many problems on the water. Protect yourself from the hazards of heat and direct sunlight by wearing a hat, sunscreen, and sunglasses.
Risks Also, drink lots of water and take frequent short breaks. 4Risks / Hypothermia / Common Size: 1MB. Almost a hundred years later, we might consider the life of an inshore fisherman depicted at Fisherman’s Life Museum as difficult and dangerous.
It is important to remember that despite advances in technology, fishing vessels and gear, today’s inshore fishery is still difficult and dangerous.
However, like it the Myers’ time, it is also rewarding and important work. The offshore fishery is constantly growing, with exciting news and updates happening regularly.
Here, you’ll find news, updates, and stories about our people, our communities, and the work we do, so you can stay up-to-date with our modern, thriving industry.
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Marian Binkley, an anthropologist, has conducted extensive research in maritime communities. Her first two books, Voices from Off Shore () and Risks, Dangers and Rewards () focus on working conditions, in the Nova Scotian deep sea fishing fleet. Her next monograph, Set Adrift: Fishing Families compares coastal and deep sea fishermen’s households in their adaptations to the.
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Marian Binkley, an anthropologist, has conducted extensive research in maritime communities. Her first two books, Voices from Off Shore () and Risks, Dangers and Rewards () focus on working conditions, in the Nova Scotian deep sea fishing fleet.
Binkley conducted extensive research in maritime communities. Her first two books, Voices from offshore () and Risks, dangers and rewards in the Nova Scotia offshore fishery (), focus on working conditions in the Nova Scotia deep sea fishing fleet. "We know the importance of our fishery here in Nova Scotia but, as well, one needs to keep in mind that we have been doing offshore development for the last 25 years," he said.
Fisheries Safety Team Amanda Dedrick - Executive Director. Amanda is a graduate of the Nova Scotia Community College and is continuing her education currently at the University of New Brunswick.
She was more than thrilled to accept the position of the Executive. Foreign Fishery Developments Nova Scotia Studies Joint Fishery Ventures Nova Scotia's Fisheries Minister, Dan Reid, led a member fisheries trade delegation in June to West Germany, Poland, Czechoslovakia, the Soviet Union, and Finland to explore the possibilities of cooperative fishery arrangements with these countries.
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Her first two books, Voices from offshore () and Risks, dangers and rewards in the Nova Scotia offshore fishery (), focus on working conditions in the Nova Scotia deep sea fishing fleet.
Set adrift: Fishing families (), compares the households of coastal and deep sea fishermen and how they adapted to the pressures of the Atlantic.Fish of Nova Scotia Alewife.
The alewife is found in rivers and lakes along the eastern coast of North America, from Newfoundland to North Carolina, and the adults live in coastal marine waters 56 to m ( to ft) deep.
Landlocked populations exist in several Ontario and New York lakes.Offshore Nova Scotia is a proven oil and gas rich region. It’s already been tapped with the Sable Offshore Energy and the Deep Panuke Project.
And there’s more to come. Lots more. Experts estimate a potential trillion cubic feet of natural gas and 8 billion barrels of oil is just off our shores.