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Having outlined the theoretical background behind the notion of matter and matters as vibrant or lively in the introduction, this next chapter uses the theoretical framework provided by Jane Bennett, Sarah Whatmore and others to more deeply explore what its deployment within the realm of fishing would mean. Contrasting recent work on the intersection between human form and matter and the bacterial and viral realm, an intersection which is inescapable for humans and has begun to suggest a meshing and merging of humanity’s apparently independent nature with other, unexpected forms of nature, the chapter considers the importance of knowledge and statistics about fish and their geographies in wider histories of fishing. The changing form and shape of available and known fishing resource, as well as the individual and collective behaviours focused on the extraction of fish and their importance to geopolitics is considered Fish and other creatures of the sea and of the seabed themselves, therefore, are held to be vibrant matters in the web of political and developmental life. Knowledge, therefore, as ephemeral matters with real impact on both fish and human communities and political groupings focused on fishing. Given the previous chapter on histories and geographies of fishing, those histories and terrains will be further considered in this chapter, the embedded vibrant and lively statistical and living materials active at different levels of temporality and materiality, providing a sense in which fishing interactions from the past and future impact on the geographies and communities of the present, especially those in forthcoming chapters of the book.
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