The Committee on Fisheries established the Sub-Committee on Fish Trade to serve as a multilateral framework for consultations on international trade in fishery products. The sixteenth session of the Sub-Committee was held in Busan, Republic of Korea, from 4 to 8 September 2017. The Sub-Committee took note of recent developments concerning international trade in fishery products. It also considered specific issues related to international trade and sustainable fisheries development, including: - reduction of fish food loss and waste; - Voluntary Guidelines for Catch Documentation Schemes (CDS); - update on activities related to food quality, safety and market access; - fish trade and the Convention on international trade in endangered species of wild fauna and flora (CITES); and - monitoring the implementation of article 11 of the Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries (CCRF). The Sub-Committee for the first time also addressed the following topics: - social sustainability in fisheri es value chains and the link to trade; - the impact of Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) on livelihoods, trade, food fish supply and consumption; and - the impact of climate change on future fish...
A collection of six stories reflecting the history or culture of Mexico, presented in both English and Spanish, each of which is followed by questions and activities.
Songs, principally with vihuela acc. in staff notation.
This monograph presents data from a systematic regional archaeological survey carried out over an area of ca. 600 square kilometers during May through December 1973 by the University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology. Six principal occupational cycles are identified: (1) a very sparsely settled Formative era (ca. 500 BC-100 AD) (2) substantial growth during the subsequent Classic period (ca. 100-600 AD) (3) settlement contraction dominated by a single major hilltop center during the Epiclassic (ca. 600-900 AD) (4) explosive growth during the Early Postclassic (ca. 900-1100 AD) (5) near depopulation during the Middle Postclassic (ca. 1100-1300 AD) (6) extensive reoccupation during the Late Postclassic into early Colonial times (ca. 1300-1600 AD) Numerous photographs illustrate details of a landscape that has been radically altered by urban sprawl and commercial agriculture since the time of the fieldwork.
A pathbreaking account of the influence and context of Andalusian life and art in the poetry and drama of Federico Garcia Lorca. Andalusia was the central feature and influence in the life and writings of the twentieth-century author, musician, and artist, Federico Garcia Lorca. Rooted in his native region, which both captivated and shaped him, Lorca maintained that "The better a writer learns how to interpret the landscape, the greater the artist he will be." Blessed with an acute historical sense of a region where the past is both present and enduring, Lorca proved himself sensitive and articulate enough to interpret "the emotion of the landscape" in all of his creative work. For Lorca, Andalusia was a landscape not only of place but of people. Through exhaustive research and painstaking readings in a wide range of anthologies of Andalusian folk culture and collections of popular verse, author C. Brian Morris reveals how Lorca transformed and veiled real people and real places in his poetry and drama. Exploring subjects ranging from medieval ballads to flower and plant lore, he further investigates the relationship between Lorca and the writings of other Andalusian-born authors, ...
17o Congreso Internac. de Ciencias Históricas. - v.2.
Includes sections "Reseñas de libros," "Revistas" and "Bibliografía de historia de América."