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 …



CIDP: Centre for International and Defense Policy · 9 January 2024 English

One of the many impacts of our multi-year Afghanistan contribution was to sensitize both politicians and senior bureaucrats to the risks associated with unknown outcomes.11 A combination of events, all …

example, pirates often employed twelve-metre-long whaling vessels as motherships. Restrictive rules of engagement

Wilson Center Canada · 23 October 2023 English

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majority-controlled organs such as the International Whaling Commission,103 and, a fortiori, within an ATCM Instrument: Potential Broader Implications of the Whaling Judgment, 58 JAPANESE Y.B. INT’L L. 298, 306–09 Opinion, 1980 ICJ Rep. 73, para. 43 (Dec. 20); Whaling in the Antarctic (Austl. v. Japan, N.Z. Intervening)

Oceans North · 4 August 2023

The fact that Churchill West Peninsula became a cultural The Beluga News has unearthed a copy of the 150-page report contact zone is at least partially explained by the justifying …

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Oceans North · 21 July 2023 English

A dose of and in the hope of a future of abundance and well-being in caution can help reduce the risk of mistakes, but neither the Canadian Arctic and beyond. …

Arctic waters began with the advent of commercial whaling in the 19th century, in Baffin Bay, Hudson Strait (Monodon monoceros) and other marine mammals through whaling in the 19th century, in Baffin Bay, Hudson Strait from the oil in the blubber. Intense commercial whaling significantly reduced the Bowhead population. It

MQUP: McGill-Queen's University Press · 15 May 2023 English

A silent clapboard church on a barren Arctic landscape is more than just a place of worship: it is a symbol that can evoke fraught reactions to the history of …

activities that involve music performances: the Whaling Festival, which seems to be based entirely on

PICES: North Pacific Marine Science Organization · 14 April 2023 English

RCP2.6 for the mid time point (2050) (b) and end time point (2099) (c), and under climate scenario SSP5-RCP8.5 for the mid (d) and end (e) time point is included. …

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PICES: North Pacific Marine Science Organization · 21 March 2023 English

Ingvaldsen is Principal Investigator for the long-term monitoring of the marine climate of the Barents Sea and is leading the “The living Barents Sea” as part of the Nansen LEGACY …

ecosystem processes or anthropogenic pressure such as whaling. (S14-16189 Oral) Arctic ecosystem impact assessment

Fraser Institute · 10 March 2023 English

Numerous politicians have committed their constituents to “Net-Zero” (or carbon neutral) objectives. This is to be achieved by the “electrification of everything,”—through decentralized onshore and offshore wind and solar photovoltaic …

Based Products in the Market and Its Impact on the Whaling Industry. Sustain- ability 2, 10: 3142-3157 <http://www

PICES: North Pacific Marine Science Organization · 22 December 2022 English

Annual Meeting Report template S-MBM – 2022 2022 Report of the Section on Marine Birds and Mammals The meeting of the Section on Marine Birds and Mammals (S-MBM; under the …

PICES, provided a report on the 2022 International Whaling Commission Scientific Committee (IWC/SC) meeting Whale Watching (WW) 7. Aboriginal Subsistence Whaling (ASW) 8. Conservations Management Plans (CMP) 9

AMAP: Arctic Monitoring And Assessment Programme · 7 November 2022 English

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

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