Building an online collaborative database for fisheries habitat management in Southeast Asia - the South China sea meta-database
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Highlights are provided of the South China Sea Meta-Database that has recently been developed by the South China Sea project, in collaboration with the Southeast Asian Regional Learning Centre and the Southeast Asia START Regional Centre. This is a 'living' database that can be revised and updated online, providing fisheries and habitat managers with a tool they can collaboratively build and share within the region to bring fisheries and habitat management closer together.
Suggested CitationPaterson, C., & Cooper, R. (2006). Building an online collaborative database for fisheries habitat management in Southeast Asia - the South China sea meta-database.
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