Mike Stiller | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Mike Stiller

Location of Interview
Collection Name

Oral History of Monterey Bay Fishermen

Interviews with Monterey Bay Fishermen on fishing methods, business changes, and challenges to fishing. 

principal investigator
Interviewer
Date of Interview
12-20-2007
Transcript
Biographical Sketch

Interview includes individual's background, fishing methods and skills learned, how fishermen adapt to changes and challenges in their industry, observations of ecological change over time, and personal values, beliefs, and how they shape actions on and off the water.


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