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The real sea change

Nature volume 443, pages 622624 (12 October 2006) | Download Citation

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What can pirates' journals and centuries-old cookbooks teach modern-day ecologists? Mark Schrope meets the researchers who trawl history books for deeper insights into marine ecosystems.

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