index
Abaka Edu, Emelia, 125
abalone, 30, 159
Abbott, Tony, 30
Aberdeen, 34, 111
Aboriginal people, 1, 61, 63, 79; under colo-
nial occupation, 63; and fish traps, 84; and
middens, 55, 167n4; and nutrition, 3; in
trade, 124
Abrahamsson, Sebastian, et al., 11, 52,
136–38, 157
activism, 27–28, 33, 51, 124
Acurio, Gaston, 144–46
affect (in Deleuzian sense), 11, 15–16, 27, 31,
34, 42–43, 46, 64, 110, 168nn2–3; habitus,
36–38, 44; in Latour, 59
Africa: fishing in, 5, 124–25, 157; migratory
fish and, 83;
ngos in, 143; West Africa, 96,
138, 157
African Americans, 109
Agarawal, Bina, 107
agriculture, 4, 15, 25, 47, 151, 154, 163; Food
and Agriculture Organization (fao), 8–9,
84. See also farming
air pollution. See pollution
Alaimo, Stacy, 32–33, 46
alcohol, 58, 120
algae, 13, 69; aquaculture and, 73, 156–57;
blooms of, 140; eating of, 130, 155; within
ecosystems, 24, 53; mercury in, 32
Alice in Wonderland, 55
“alien” water environments, 26, 32, 79
Allewaert, M., and Michael Ziser, 33–34
Alzheimer’s prevention, 135
amino acid, 53
anchovies, 19, 140, 143, 149; eating, 162–63;
ecosystems and, 130; as forage fish, 139;
paste, 147; relations of, 148–49. See also
Peruvian anchoveta
ancient Romans, 52–53, 147, 151
Andersen, Hans Christian, 103, 112–13
angasi oysters (Ostrea angasi), 62, 71
Animal Liberation, 25
Antarctic, 30, 61, 162
Anthropocene, 12, 51, 104
antibiotics, 81
aphrodisiacs, 53
“Aquacalypse,” 13, 125
aquaculture, 7, 95, 139; education programs
in, 69–70, 75; models of, 25, 151–52, 154,
157, 163; multitrophic, 73, 130, 153; soybean
meal in, 156; sustainability of, 13, 150,
155; technology in, 74. See also integrated
marine trophic aquaculture (imta)
aquarium, 97, 102
Arctic, 32, 104
Arlene Sardine, 133
Arnhem Land, 84
“athwart,” 18–19, 21, 37, 55, 83, 126
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