Selective Fisheries Information Service Phase II: Project ADD (Analysis and Document Delivery)
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The main objective of the project is to extend the capabilities of the existing International Centre for Living Aquatic Resources Management (ICLARM) information program to users in tropical third world countries. Specifically, it aims to: assist in an advisory capacity in strengthening the information capability of fisheries institutions in third world countries; provide answers to specific questions to researchers working in subject areas in which ICLARM has special expertise - finfish and mollusc aquaculture, integrated farming, small-scale fisheries and resource management; analyze 50 selected specific topics of the literature built up over the first three years of the SFIS; provide key literature to enquirers; and produce bibliographies and mini-reviews on important topics as identified by trends in enquiries.
Selective Fisheries Information Service Phase II: Project ADD (Analysis and Document Delivery). (1989). In Report of the Seminar on Fishery and Aquaculture Information Systems in Southeast Asia, Bangkok, Thailand, 7-10 February 1989 (pp. 197-209). Bangkok, Thailand: Secretariat, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.