Show simple item record Comeaux, Malcolm C. en 2012-12-14T22:30:10Z en 2012-12-14T22:30:10Z en 1978 en
dc.identifier.citation The California Geographer 18: 121-135 en
dc.identifier.uri en
dc.description The crawfish industry in the Pacific Northwest has had a very erratic history, with the commercial catch. fluctuatlng greatly from year to year. During the late 1950's and early 1960's the harvest dropped to insignificance, but since the late 1960's large quantities have been shipped to Sweden. Success of the commercial crawfishery in California and the Northwest is now tied to this foreign market. Two other regions of the United States have also had large crawfish industries. These two areas--Wisconsin and Louisiana--illustrate how one crawfish industry has succeeded and one has failed, and they may offer clues to the future of the crawfish industry that is now so dynamic in California. en
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dc.language.iso en_US en
dc.publisher California Council for Geographic Education en
dc.subject Astacoides--Classification. en
dc.subject Crayfish culture--California. en
dc.subject Crayfish culture--United States (Northwest). en
dc.subject Crayfish industry en
dc.title The crawfish industry of California and the Northwest en
dc.type Article en

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