Table of Contents:
Chapter 1 - Introduction—Food Security in Coastal Communities in the Context of Restructuring: Coasts Under Stress; pp. 1-12
(Nancy J. Turner et al., University of Victoria).
Chapter 2 - A Perspective on Newfoundland’s Fisheries Ecosystem Using Size-Based Food-Web Relationships; pp. 13-32
(María de las Nieves Martínez Murillo and Richard L. Haedrich, Memorial University).
Chapter 3 - Aquaculture and Nearshore Marine Food Webs: Implications for Seafood Quality and the Environment North of 50; pp. 33-49 (Christopher C. Parrish, Memorial University of Newfoundland).
Chapter 4 - Life in the Fast Food Chain: Ou Sont les Poissons d’Antan?; pp. 51-74
(Nigel Haggan, The University of British Columbia).
Chapter 5 - “Salmon Sovereignty” and the Dilemma of Intensive Atlantic Salmon Aquaculture Development in British Columbia;
(John P. Volpe, University of Victoria).
Chapter 6 - New foods, lost foods: local knowledge about changing resources in coastal Labrador; pp. 87-98
(John C. Kennedy, Memorial University of Newfoundland).
Chapter 7 - Hunting for Security: Changes in the Exploitation of Marine Birds in Newfoundland and Labrador; pp. 99-113
(W. A. Montevecchi et al., Memorial University of Newfoundland).
Chapter 8 - Food Security and the Informal Economy; pp. 115-127 (Rosemary E. Ommer et al., University of Victoria).
Chapter 9 - Food Security, Learning, and Culture: Bridging the Responsibility Gap in Public Schools; pp. 129-144
(Carol E. Harris and Colleen Shepherd, University of Victoria.).
Chapter 10 - Celebrating and Connecting with Food; pp. 145-159
(Susan Tirone et al., Dalhousie University).
Chapter 11 - Changing Patterns of Household Food Consumption in Rural Communities of Atlantic Canada; pp. 161-175
(Shirley M. Solberg et al., Memorial University of Newfoundland).
Chapter 12 - Historical Perspectives on Nutrition and Food Security in Newfoundland and Labrador; pp. 177-190
(Linda Kealey, University of New Brunswick).
Chapter 13 - Conclusions: What Food Security in Coastal Communities Really Means; pp. 191-198
(Christopher C. Parrish, Nancy J.Turner, Rosemary E. Ommer and Shirley M. Solberg)