Fishery Statistical Bulletin of Southeast Asia 2014
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Since 1978, SEAFDEC has been regularly compiling regional fishery statistics for the “Fishery Statistical Bulletin for the South China Sea Area” and the “Fishery Statistical Bulletin of Southeast Asia” from 2008 and onwards. The Bulletin is meant to display reliable and comparable fishery statistics of the Southeast Asian region with standardized definitions and classifications. In order to attain such goal, SEAFDEC continues to support the ASEAN Member States (AMSs) in their efforts towards improving the collection and compilation of their respective fishery statistics. SEAFDEC recognizes that fishery statistics data and information are useful for the AMSs and SEAFDEC, as basis for generating appropriate policy to support sustainable fisheries development and management in the Southeast Asian region.
SEAFDEC. 2017. Fishery Statistical Bulletin of Southeast Asia 2014. Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center. 153 pp.
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