'No' to cyanide fishing!
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Dagoon, N. J. (1999). 'No' to cyanide fishing!.
SEAFDEC Asian Aquaculture, 21(2), 32-33, 37-39. http://hdl.handle.net/10862/2756
marine environment ; biodiversity ; Conservation; coral reefs ; cyanides ; fish poisoning ; fishery regulations ; fishing ; fishing barriers ; food fish ; lethal effects ; livelihoods ; marine fish ; marketing ; mortality ; Ornamental fish; policies ; resource management ; stunting ; sustainable fishing ; toxicity tests ; trade ; Zooxanthellae; Philippines
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