Data collection and fisheries management of sharks in Malaysia
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Arshad, Abd. H. H. A., Ali, A., Gambang, A. C., Sade, A., Lim, C. F., Ahmad, A. T., & Nuruddin, A. A. (2006). Data collection and fisheries management of sharks in Malaysia. In Report on the Study on Shark Production, Utilization, and Management in the ASEAN Region, 2003-2004 (pp. 69-97). Bangkok, Thailand: Secretariat, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
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