What led to the rise of nylon gill net use p140 Nylon not stronger than wool or

What led to the rise of nylon gill net use p140 nylon

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What led to the rise of nylon gill net use? (p140) Nylon not stronger than wool or cotton, but dried quickly, rarely tore, and last a long time. Describe how the spatial aspects of fishing changed after the introduction of the rainbow trout? (144) Seeking new spots, gone out furthers, overnight fishing trips yield more large catch of trout, risk of drowning. Why did the fisherman have such detailed knowledge of the lake winds? (p146) How did the introduction of canneries put pressure on and change the customary system of fishing territories? (p148) Money the fisherman earned gave them incentive to fish more frequently and at greater distances from shore, purchase boat and nets. Traditionally fishing gear restricted to shore and shallow waters. Gill nets deployed in deeper water away from shores. Explain how the Peruvian government interpreted the decline in the trout population during the 1960s (p150). How did the government try and solve the problem? Government attributed the decline to overfishing-a reasonable explanation at the time, since the number of wooden boats had increased, government officials tried to reduce the level of catch, naval base demand fishermen to register their boats. Navy could have assumed the level of control, rights to prohibit fishing boat from leaving the shores without a written statement of permission from a harbor captain. 2 nd gov. agency also took measure to restrict the level of catch. Describe the introduction of the silverside. Why was it introduced to the lake? And why did this fish eventually replace the trout and why was it preferred by the fisherman over the trout? (p154) Introduced by Oruro sporting fishing club, wanted a fish that will be more challenging to catch, Silverside, muscular fish that able to survive and reproduce in colder waters. Silverside-concentrate close to shore and in shallow water, no more than 10 meters deep, small eye difficult to see prey or to avoid predators in the darker water. Compete with trout for food, more voracious predator=decline trout and canneries. Silverside caught in great abundance than trout, afforded for fishermen income, less likely to be in canneries. How did the introduction of fishing licenses challenge the customary system of fishing rights? (p159) Fisherman who received a fishing license might cross the boundary between villages and claim that the license gave him the right to do so. It was even possible that the navy would issue licenses to fishermen who did not even come from lakeshores villages. Why did the non-fishing communities around the lake support the fishermen’s’ attempts to protect their system of customary fishing territories? (p160) To the villages who earned a livelihood from their field and flocks, there fishing territories were not merely a source of income to some of their neighbors, the were a integral part of the village commons, a key elements of their collective patrimony, which prior generation had protected and which they would guard as well.
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