Fishery Statistical Bulletin of Southeast Asia 2013
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SEAFDEC recognizes that these statistical data and information are useful for the AMSs and SEAFDEC itself, as basis for generating appropriate policies, actions and management approaches based on the real condition of the available resources for the development of sustainable fisheries. Knowing the true picture of the current national fisheries production, the countries could therefore assess if such trend could have been brought about by their efforts in improving fisheries management, for example, in developing countermeasures against illegal fishing and enforcing conservation laws and regulations or whether more actions are needed by the countries to improve the current situation. Specifically, the data and information provided in the 2013 Fishery Statistical Bulletin of Southeast Asia would be useful for analyzing and assessing the current trend of the fisheries in Southeast Asia and in possibly forecasting the future fisheries scenario of the region.
SEAFDEC. 2017. Fishery Statistical Bulletin of Southeast Asia 2013. Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center. 143 pp.
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