Urban sports anglers and Lake Michgan fishery policies ( Racine, Kenosha).

Richard W Stoffle, D. L. Rasch, F. V. Jensen

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Abstract

Describes the debate over the future of the Lake Michigan fishery occurring in the coastal communities of Racine and Kenosha, USA. This struggle has engaged participants on the local, state, and national levels in the debate over the fishery as it is potentially impacted by the presence of environmental toxins, the rising cost of fish stocking and management, and conflicting user group demands. Describes three cases where urban sports anglers, with the assistance of university-based social scientists, participated in state and city public policy decisions. After discussing this research and its policy implications, proposes a general public participation paradigm termed the Reciprocal Development Model. -Authors

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationCoastal Zone Management Journal
Pages407-427
Number of pages21
Volume10
Edition4
StatePublished - 1983
Externally publishedYes

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Stoffle, R. W., Rasch, D. L., & Jensen, F. V. (1983). Urban sports anglers and Lake Michgan fishery policies ( Racine, Kenosha). In Coastal Zone Management Journal (4 ed., Vol. 10, pp. 407-427)

Urban sports anglers and Lake Michgan fishery policies ( Racine, Kenosha). / Stoffle, Richard W; Rasch, D. L.; Jensen, F. V.

Coastal Zone Management Journal. Vol. 10 4. ed. 1983. p. 407-427.

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Stoffle, RW, Rasch, DL & Jensen, FV 1983, Urban sports anglers and Lake Michgan fishery policies ( Racine, Kenosha). in Coastal Zone Management Journal. 4 edn, vol. 10, pp. 407-427.
Stoffle RW, Rasch DL, Jensen FV. Urban sports anglers and Lake Michgan fishery policies ( Racine, Kenosha). In Coastal Zone Management Journal. 4 ed. Vol. 10. 1983. p. 407-427
Stoffle, Richard W ; Rasch, D. L. ; Jensen, F. V. / Urban sports anglers and Lake Michgan fishery policies ( Racine, Kenosha). Coastal Zone Management Journal. Vol. 10 4. ed. 1983. pp. 407-427
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