Discards and by-catch in fisheries: What are the problems in the Southeast Asian region?
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This paper summarizes the decisions and the outputs of the International Workshop on the Estimation of Discards and Measures to Reduce By-Catch in the Indian Ocean and Western Pacific held in May 2003 focusing in particular on the related problems in the Southeast Asian region.
Chokesanguan, B., & Yasuhisa, K. (2003). Discards and by-catch in fisheries: What are the problems in the Southeast Asian region?
Fish for the People, 1(2), 31-35. http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12066/668
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