Gulf of Mexico Origin, Waters, and Biota: Volume II, Ocean and Coastal Economy Edited by James C. Cato

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This book provides information and baseline data useful for assessing the goals of economic and environmental sustainability in the Gulf of Mexico.  In five chapters; economists, political scientists and ecologists cover topics such as: the idea of the Gulf as a transnational community; the quantitative value of its productivity; a summary of the industries dependent on the Gulf, including shipping, tourism, oil & gas mining, fisheries, recreation and real estate; the human uses and activities that affect coastal economies and the economic trends evident in Mexico’s drive toward coastal development. 136 pp. 2008 Hardcover.

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This book provides information and baseline data useful for assessing the goals of economic and environmental sustainability in the Gulf of Mexico.  In five chapters; economists, political scientists and ecologists cover topics such as: the idea of the Gulf as a transnational community; the quantitative value of its productivity; a summary of the industries dependent on the Gulf, including shipping, tourism, oil & gas mining, fisheries, recreation and real estate; the human uses and activities that affect coastal economies and the economic trends evident in Mexico’s drive toward coastal development. 136 pp. 2008 Hardcover.

Gulf of Mexico Origin, Waters, and Biota: Volume II, Ocean and Coastal Economy Edited by James C. Cato
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