The Planet, Fall 1994
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Western Washington University. Associated Students; Huxley College of the Environment; Huxley College of Environmental Studies
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Western Washington University
Associate Editors, Production Assistants, and Writers
Managing Editor: Alyson McColl; Art Editor: Erich Raudebaugh; Illustrators: Dave Juchau, Paige Pluymers; Writers: Barbara A. Borst, Britney Bartlett-Curley, Sean Cosgrove, Andy Eckart, Porter Ingrum, Mark Lehner, Peter Lewinsohn, Paige Pluymers, Erich Raudebaugh, Kevin Raudebaugh, Colleen Williams, DeAnna Woolston; Photographers: Andy Eckart, Mark Lehner, Peter Lewinsohn, Paige Pluymers
Table of Contents
Let’s Meet the People and their Work:
2 "The Fishermen Have Nobody on Their Side."
5 You Can Have Your Salmon and Eat it Too
6 Ode to a Big Fish
8 Can We All Share the Same Space?
10 A Fishy Business
12 Balance: Fishing's Past, Fishing's Future
Why are the Salmon Endangered?
14 The Future of Fish is Forests
16 Elwha River Dams Ransack Salmon Runs
19 Don't Count your Salmon Before They're Hatched
Controversial Laws ...
22 "Endangered" Means There's Still Time
24 Can Old Foes Find New Trust?
27 The Boldt Decision
The Upshot: Two Programs are Repairing Damaged Streams
28 Streams of Consciousness: From Cattle to Coho
31 Saving a Species Through Adoption
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Nienaber, Darren and Huxley College of the Environment, Western Washington University, "The Planet, 1994, Fall" (1994). The Planet. 74.
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