The country report of the Republic of the Philippines: Technical seminar on South China Sea fisheries resources
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The paper provides information on the status of the fisheries resources in the Philippines. It presented data on the pelagic, demersal and other resources including aquaculture and minor sea products. The productions of each resource were presented. Moreover, the economic and social aspects of the different resources were also presented.
The Philippine Bureau of Fisheries, Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources. (1977). The country report of the Republic of the Philippines: Technical seminar on South China Sea fisheries resources. In Proceedings of the Technical Seminar on South China Sea Fisheries Resources, Bangkok, Thailand, 21-25 May 1973 (pp. 6-18). Tokyo, Japan: Japan International Cooperation Agency.
Fishery resources; Pelagic fish; Pelagic fisheries; Demersal fisheries; Demersal fish; Fisheries; Commercial species; Fishing gear; Aquaculture; Marine aquaculture; Brackishwater aquaculture; Freshwater aquaculture; Aquaculture economics; Fishery economics; Sociological aspects; Marketing; Trade; Philippines
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