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E aspect of density-independent control of ﬁsheries populations has yet to be implemented much in ﬁsheries management models. A Global View of Productivity e pioneering marine scientists of Scandinavia and Europe developed the concept that conditions in the ocean were important to the production capacity of ﬁsh populations on a local scale. Later, in the twentieth century, oceanographers had the idea of examining the amount of primary production in the oceans to estimate potential ﬁsheries production on a global scale.
In 1791 omas Jeﬀerson called for helping American ﬁshermen with tax relief, increased tariﬀs on foreign products, and promotion of markets abroad. e ﬁrst US Fisheries Commission assisted the ﬁshing industry with subsidies, loans, development of seafood products and technology, marketing, and trade promotion. ³⁹ Important legislation impacting ﬁsheries was passed in the twentieth century. Under the Merchant Marine Act of 1920 (Section 27 was known as the Jones Act), vessels landing ﬁsh in the United States had to be constructed there, and had to be owned and crewed by Americans.
G. ⁴² e inﬂuence of forestry can be seen directly in the writing of the inﬂuential Huntsman, who drew analogies between trees and ﬁsh and their management to maximize productivity. Hjort himself got his PhD in Germany and was exposed to Norwegian forestry practices. He imported his philosophies to Canada through a sustained visit in 1914–15, with Huntsman as his assistant. ⁴³ A. G. Huntsman, as president of the American Fisheries Society, wrote about managing ﬁsheries stocks as if they were crops.