Report on the Seventh Regional Workshop on Fishery Statistics in Southeast Asia
The Seventh Regional Workshop on Fishery Statistics in Bangkok from 17 to 20 October 1989. The objective of Workshop was as follows: (1) To examine the methods by which statistics are collected in participating countries, their coverage and their reliability; (2) To consider means to encourage cooperation between statistical collecting agencies e.g. between SEAFDEC and FAO and to examine the possibility of a joint approach to national authorities for data; and (3) To reviews special problems in the collection and classification of data.
Training Department. (1989). Report on the Seventh Regional Workshop on Fishery Statistics in Southeast Asia. Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center
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