Salmon Without Rivers (Paperback)

A History Of The Pacific Salmon Crisis

By James A. Lichatowich

Island Press, 9781559633611, 336pp.

Publication Date: March 1, 2001

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About the Author

Jim Lichatowich has been a fisheries scientist for twenty-nine years, working for most of that time in salmon management and research in Oregon and Washington. He is a member of three independent teams of scientists investigating the salmon crisis, and has written numerous scientific and technical papers on the history, current status, and future prospects of salmon. His essays have appeared in a variety of publications including Trout magazine, Peninsula magazine, Riverkeeper, and Shirkin Comment.

Praise For Salmon Without Rivers: A History Of The Pacific Salmon Crisis

"Lichatowich provides a critical perspective on salmon hatchery successes and failures, and his book of captivating stories provides a fascinating, readable, and chilling wake-up call to how humans have mismanaged their natural heritage."