Cormorant Fishing in Southwestern China: A Traditional Fishery Under Siege*

@article{Manzi2002CormorantFI,
  title={Cormorant Fishing in Southwestern China: A Traditional Fishery Under Siege*},
  author={Maya Manzi and Oliver T. Coomes},
  journal={Geographical Review},
  year={2002},
  volume={92},
  pages={597 - 603}
}
An important legacy of China's historical isolation is the persistence of traditional practices in the use of natural resources. The Cultural Revolution and, more recently, dramatic economic growth and structural change as China integrates into world markets have brought about marked changes in how rural people make their living and relate to their environment. We report, in this note, on the imminent demise of the traditional cormorant fishery in Lake Erhai, one of country's largest highland… 
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