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Title: The geography of Shetland fisheries
Author: Goodlad, C. A.
Awarding Body: University of Aberdeen
Current Institution: University of Aberdeen
Date of Award: 1968
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This thesis attempts to analyse the utilisation of fish stocks within a defined region around Shetland. To do this environmental Influences on the occurrence and distribution of different species are studied. On this the aetivity of man is superimposed historically from land, bases in Shetland and elsewhere. External influences of immigration, trade, politics, economic and social factors have been prominent in development in the region. From the dominance of any influence a series of phases, on which chapters have been based, can be distinguished. The first came with cultural replacement during Scandinavian immigration in the ninth and tenth centuries, Following this commercialism developed through Henseatic merchants When they wore banished, the social factor of immigrant. Scottish landmaster control was important in, expanding the haf fishery. At the same time the Dutch were active hearing fishers in the region, In the nineteenth century, local enterprise led to a large seale cod fishery in distant waters. Succeeding that Shetland became absorbed into the main sphere of European herring fishing at the end of the nineteenth century. After 1918, loss of herring markets distinguished a period of decline when the technical innovations dominating modern development were, introduced.
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Qualification Name: Thesis (Ph.D.) Qualification Level: Doctoral
EThOS ID: uk.bl.ethos.592498  DOI: Not available
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