Implementation of past recommendations from the Shared Stocks Workshops: The SEAFDEC experience
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The FAO/SEAFDEC Workshop on Shared Stocks in the Southeast Asian region was first held in 1995. During the workshop, several main issues regarding the shared fish stocks in the South China Sea were discussed. Following this meeting, a number of meeting/workshops had also been organized by the relevant authorities, such as the 'Working Group meetings on mackerel and roundscads in the Strait of Malacca' by FAO/BOBP in 1985-87, and meetings on shared stocks by APFIC in 1996. SEAFDEC MFRDMD had conducted three shared stock workshops covering various themes since 1994. The paper listed the various recommendations that had been formulated and touched briefly upon the success of their implementation in the region.
Isa, M. M. (2000). Implementation of past recommendations from the Shared Stocks Workshops: The SEAFDEC experience. In Report of the Fourth Regional Workshop on Shared Stocks: Research and Management in the South China Sea (pp. 154-160). Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia: Marine Fishery Resources Development and Management Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.