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Marine protected areas in the Philippines: The case of Malalison island in community-based management of reef fisheries
(UNESCO Office, 2004)
The extensive Philippine coastline of more than 22,540 k m provides the natural habitat of a variety of flora and fauna that make the Philippine archipelago one of the centers of marine biodiversity in the world. Resource-use ...
Mud crab hatchery and grow-out status in the Philippines
(Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, 2004)
Interest in mud crab aquaculture is increasing throughout the Philippines because of its demand both in local and export markets. Mud crab culture started as low-density polyculture with fish or shrimp using wild crab ...