"Where there are sharks, can there be fishers?" On the importance of shark fisheries management in Southeast Asia
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An overview on the importance of shark fisheries management in Southeast Asia is given. In particular recent progress in the region, status and trends of shark fisheries, utilization and trade of shark are given.
Suggested CitationGamucci, O. D. (2003). "Where there are sharks, can there be fishers?" On the importance of shark fisheries management in Southeast Asia.
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