Whaling

Whaling is the process of hunting of whales for their usable products such as meat and blubber, which can be turned into a type of oil which became increasingly important in the Industrial Revolution. It was practiced as an organized industry as early as 875 AD. By the 16th century, it had risen to be the principal industry in the coastal regions of Spain and France. The industry spread throughout the world, and became increasingly profitable in terms of trade and resources. Some regions of the world's oceans, along the animals' migration routes, had a particularly dense whale population, and …

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EAC · 22 April 2022 English

North Atlantic to avoid interactions with the whales, and are actively participating the challenges, both Snow Cone and her right whales face threats from vessel strike, entanglement in !shing in …

still entangled with mammals. During commercial whaling operations, the North Atlantic right whale rope


AMAP · 12 April 2022 English

• AMAP HH Report Book v7.indb AMAP Assessment 2021: Human Health in the Arctic AMAP Secretariat The Fram Centre, P. [...] The only condition of such use is acknowledgement of …

information. strong international opposition to whaling in the Faroe Islands, Th ere has been a steady and adverse cardiovascular effects in Faroese whaling men. Eriksson, M., L. Holmgren, U. Janlert, J.-H


AMAP · 8 April 2022 English

Wildlife Management, with local members of the teams having played key roles within the Alaska Eskimo Whaling Commission and the captains the practical and logistic aspects of the partnerships. [...] In the

having played key roles within the Alaska Eskimo Whaling Commission and the captains the practical and logistic the partnerships. Finally, association of the 11 whaling communities (Braund et al., local members have walrus, polar bears, beluga Whaling Commission; captains association of 11 whaling communities 2 Old Crow walrus, polar bears, beluga Whaling Commission; captains association of 11 whaling communities 2 Old Crow


Wilson Center Canada · 28 March 2022 English

THE ARCTIC IN THE 2020s • Some see this “new” Arctic becoming a zone of conflict; others Conditions arising in the Arctic today differ react to these developments by substantially …

conservation of waters. Aboriginal subsistence whaling is managed the Porcupine caribou herd that migrates and Alaska. A Convention on the Regulation of Whaling. The recent addition to this network of arrangements


JIIA · 25 March 2022 English

In the process this Policy Brief will alert the reader to Australian perspectives Yet, as Japan achieved its stunning victory on historical memor y and remembrance of over the Tsarist …

over rejection of nationalism in Japanese foreign whaling issues and the failed submarine bid, policy approaches


EAC · 23 March 2022 English

quoted in the foreword of the Plan: The Plan makes references to climate adaptation in the discussion This all sounds promising, and it's a significant step forward in • There …

still entangled with mammals. During commercial whaling operations, the North Atlantic right whale rope


PICES · 22 March 2022 English

The goals of WG 48 are to summarize the strengths, limitations, and recent progress of imaging systems and deployment platforms which could facilitate the deployment of imaging systems for plankton …

organizations/programs Dr. Rebecca Lent (International Whaling Committee, IWC Executive Secretary) updated BIO


Fisheries Centre, University of British Columbia · 3 March 2022 English

Based on the magnitude of reduction in taxa abundance, and the early date of noted reductions, it is absolutely certain that the marine ecology of the study area had become …

2005:64). Several individuals were making a living by whaling in and around Burrard Inlet in the mid to late (Barman 2005:65). Barman (2005:65) reports that the whaling industry around Burrard Inlet had collapsed around literature begins, indicating that there was no local whaling industry by that time (e.g., Department of Fisheries Fisheries 1885, 1886). It seems likely that local whaling drove down whale populations in the late 19th century


CSE · 3 March 2022 English

Dhriti Banerjee Director Zoological Survey of India, Kolkata DIVERSITY = RESILIENCE • The greater the genetic diversity, species diversity, and habitat diversity in a landscape, the greater the resilience of …

(CBD, CMS, CITES, UNCCD, UNFCCC, International Whaling Commission, RAMSAR Convention, IUCN-World Conservation


ICP · 2 March 2022 English

British colonization of Western Canada intensified Euro-Canadian family farms flourished during most of with the transfer of Rupert’s Land from the Hudson the 20th century, notwithstanding the droughts and In …

notes- “on fruits the Tsimshian and Haida), to whaling (e.g. the Inuvi- and vegetables, we are not secure


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