The features of inland fisheries in Southeast Asia: Threat to inland waters environment and fisheries
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Muthmainnah, D., Makmur, H. R., Sawestri, S., Supriyadi, F., & Fatah, K. (2019). Threat to inland waters environment and fisheries. In N. N. Wiadnyana, L. Adrianto, V. T. Sulit, & A. Wibowo (Eds.), The Features of Inland Fisheries in Southeast Asia (pp. 43-63). Palembang, Indonesia: Inland Fishery Resources Development and Management Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
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