Handbook for Fisheries Scientist and Technologists
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When the Training Department of SEAFDEC was approached at the beginning of this year by Professor Rapee Sagarik, the Rector of Kasetsart University, requesting us to provide an intensive course of training in fisheries for students of the Faculty of Fisheries of the University we gladly agreed to his request. And to help the understanding of the students we prepared this handbook, based on the lecture notes used by our instructors during the past decade.
Suzuki, O. (1978). Handbook for Fisheries Scientist and Technologists. Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
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