Shark and ray fisheries in Cambodia: A review of national management activities
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Cambodia is both a signatory party to CITES and a member of FAO, and thus is required to implement a national plan of action for the conservation and sustainable use of shark and ray resources. But at the national level many questions about shark and ray issues are asked, including questions about the need to conserve sharks and rays, and the importance of sharks and rays fisheries. This article reviews background information that may be useful in answering these questions.
Suggested CitationTry, I., Jensen, K. R., Sereywath, P., & Longdy, V. (2004). Shark and ray fisheries in Cambodia: A review of national management activities.
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