Case Studies in Earth & Environmental Science Journalism
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A recent account of Canada’s Atlantic cod fishery. Fisheries and Oceans
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Hutchings, J. A., Myers, R. A. What can be learned from the collapse of a renewable
resource? Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua, of Newfoundland and Labrador.
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Hutchings, J. A., and Reynolds, J. D. Marine fish population collapses:
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Olsen. E.M., Heino, M., Lilly, G. R., Morgan, M. J., Brattey, J., Ernande, B., Dieckmann,
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Frank, K. T., Petrie, B., Choi, J. S., and Leggett, W. C. Trophic cascades in a
formerly cod-dominated ecosystem. Science. 308: 1621-1623. 2005.
The vanishing stocks of cod. Maclean’s. May 29, 1989.
Canada: from our Canada correspondent. The Economist. February 10, 1990
Spears, J. New cod quotas called disastrous for fishery drastic steps necessary to
save stocks critic warns. The Toronto Star. December 15, 1990.
Gordon, A., and Connolly, M. Newfoundland’s cod: Lesson on environmental choices.
The Christian Science Monitor. April 30, 1992.
Gorham, B. Anger, despair as fishery dies. Toronto Star. July 3, 1992.
Shave, T. Maybe a new anthem: Queen save the cod. Calgary Herald. July 20, 1992.
Woodley, T. Don’t blame the seals; Renewal of hunt won’t replenish cod. The Gazette.
August 7, 1992.
Demont, J. Waiting, and praying, for cod. Maclean’s. June 28, 1993.
MacKay, B. Fisherman should turn inland for real culprits of cod collapse. The Toronto
Star. August 1, 1993.
Flaherty, E. East coast fishermen face bleak year as cod stocks fail to rebound. The
Gazette. December 29, 1994.
Kunzing, R. Twilight of the cod. Discover. April, 1995.
MacKenzie, D. The cod that disappeared: How could the massed experts of an
advanced nation like Canada allow one of the world’s richest fisheries to go the wall. New Scientist. September 16, 1995.
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Anderssen, E. The cod collapse. The Unesco Courier. July/August 1998.
Schiermeier, Q. How many more fish in the sea? Nature. 17 October, 2002
Hirsch, T. Cod’s warning from Newfoundland. BBC News. December 16, 2002.
MacKenzie, Debora. Misplaced optimism has delayed recovery of cod. New Scientist.
September 27, 2003.
Wangersky, R. Flying blind- more than a decade later. St John’s Telegram. May 28,
Auld, A. Marine Ecosystem Altered. St John’s Telegram. June 10, 2005.
Bell, T. Decline in the codfish stocks may not be reversible; A new study sees the
population of other species growing, resulting in major changes to the ecosystem. Portland Press Herald. June 27, 2005.
Goodison, D. You cod-ta be kidding; Scientist warn restaurants overfishing taking a
toll. The Boston Herald. October 21, 2005.
Cape Cod can still live up to its namesake. Environmental Defense. n.d.
Best and Worst Seafood Choices. Environmental Defense. 2005.
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