Fisheries in the South China Sea Area from 1984 to 1988 - Facts and Figures.
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Fishery Statistical Bulletins for the South China Sea Area have been published (1988 edition published in 1990) annually by SEAFDEC from 1976 up to 1988. The objective of the Bulletin is to provide standardized classifications and definitions of fishery statistics for data comparison and analysis. The Bulletin, also, provides country data for fisheries management planners, administrators and scientists who engage in research, development and conservation of the fishery resources and fishing industries of the Region. For easier understanding of the components of fisheries in the South China Sea Area, this paper was compiled as summary notes covering the five years from 1984 to 1988, and includes figures and brief notes.
Wongsanga, P. & Yanagawa, H. (1992). Fisheries in the South China Sea Area from 1984 to 1988 - Facts and Figures. Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
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