Man, Fishes, and the Amazon

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Exploring in depth such specific areas as local food taboos, methods of preparation of food dishes, statistics of protein intake, and the productivity of fisheries, Man, Fishes, and the Amazon will prove to be an important source of research, as well as an invaluable case study, for anthropologists, ichthyologists, and geographers.

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Nigel Smith is a senior researcher with Worldwatch Institute in Wahington, D.C. He recently worked as a research associate at the National Institute for Amazon Research (INPA) in Brazil. Smith received a Ph.D in geography from the University of California at Berkeley.

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