Korean fishing communities in transition: Institutional change and coastal development

TitleKorean fishing communities in transition: Institutional change and coastal development
Publication TypeThesis
Year of Publication2001
AuthorsCheong S-M
Academic DepartmentDepartment of Geography, University of Washington
DegreePh.D.
Thesis TypePh.D. thesis
Source DocumentAccessible with appropriate permission
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Kagodo myok grounds II, South Korea

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This case is an update on a prior case study about the Kagodo myok (seaweed) grounds (Case No. 86) analyzing Sang-Bok Han’s 1972 Ph.D. dissertation on field work conducted in three South Korean fishing communities from 1968 to 1972.  For purposes of this report, the SES study boundaries were expanded to include the entire South Korean coastal area and the fishery resources surrounding the peninsula extending 200 nautical miles to the east, south, and west.  Update prepared by Ute Brady,...
09 Aug 2016