Subject: Biblio: Recent Whaling Articles

Michael Williamson (whe_william)
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In August I posted a request for information on recent publications on
whaling.  Here is a list of the citations that I received in response to
that request.
 
Cheers,
 
Rich Wallace
School of Forestry and Environmental Studies
Yale University
 
            DOCUMENTS ON RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN GLOBAL WHALING
 
Freeman, M.M.R. and U.P. Kreuter, eds.  1994.  Elephants and whales:
resources for whom?  Gordon and Breach Publishers, Basel, Switzerland.
321 pp.
 
Holt, S.  1993.  Resignation of the chairman of the Scientific Committee
of the IWC:  a commentary.  IFAW/IOI Technical Briefing 93:9.
International Fund for Animal Welfare, East Sussex, England.  19 pp.
 
Holt, S.  1994.  Norway's War on the little leviathan of the North
Atlantic.  IFAW Technical Briefing 94:3.  International Fund for Animal
Welfare, Sussex, England.  28 pp.
 
Holt, S.J.  1995.  Creating confidence.  Marine Pollution Bulletin.
 
International Fund for Animal Welfare.  1994.  Commercial whaling:  a
corrupt industry.  IFAW Technical Briefing 94:6.  International Fund for
Animal Welfare, Sussex, England. 17 pp.
 
International Fund for Animal Welfare.  1994.  Implications of
revelations of Soviet under-reporting of Antarctic whale catches.  IFAW
Technical Briefing 94:7.  International Fund for Animal Welfare, Sussex,
England.  11 pp.
 
International Fund for Animal Welfare.  1994.  How many minke whales in
the Northeast Atlantic?  IFAW Technical Briefing 94:8.  International
Fund for Animal Welfare, Sussex, England.  8 pp.
 
International Fund for Animal Welfare.  1994.  Comment on a proposal by
the government of Norway to downlist the minke whales from the Northeast
Atlantic from CITES Appendix I to Appendix II.  IFAW Technical Briefing
94:9.  International Fund for Animal Welfare, Sussex, England.  9 pp.
 
Kemf, E. and C. Phillips.  1995.  Whales in the wild.  1995 WWF Species
Status Report. World Wide Fund for Nature, Gland.  24 pp.
 
Phillips, C.  1993.  The Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary.  WWF
International Discussion Paper.  World Wide Fund for Nature, Gland.  16 pp.
 
Pacific Center for International Studies.  1994.  The International
Whaling Commission and the regulation of small cetaceans:  the critical
agenda for the 1990s.  International Wildlife Law Occasional Paper Series
No. 5.  The Pacific Cetner for International Studies, Madison,
Wisconsin.  36 pp.
 
Pacific Center for International Studies.  1994.  The International
Whaling Commission in the 1990s:  problems and prospects.  International
Wildlife Law Occasional Paper Series No. 6.  The Pacific Cetner for
International Studies, Madison, Wisconsin.  37 pp.
 
Stoett, P.J.  1993.  International politics and the protection of great
whales.  Environemntal Politics 2(2):277-303.
 
WWF, IFAW, Greenpeace.  1995.  Report of a Workshop to Outline a
Programme of Non-Lethal Whale Research in the Southern Ocean Sanctuary.
World Wide Fund for Nature, International Fund for Animal Welfare,
Greenpeace.  21 pp.
 
Young, O.R., M.M.R. Freeman, G. Osherenko, R.R. Anderson, R.A. Caufield, R.L.
Friedheim, S.J. Langdon, M. Ris, and P.J. Usher.  1994.  Subsistence,
sustainability, and sea mammals:  reconstructing the international
whaling regime.  Ocean and Coastal Management 23:117-127.