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Report of the Workshop on Fishery Credit and Marketing Development: Bangkok, Thailand, 13-17 November 1989 (FAO Fisheries Report) by UN Food and Agriculture Organization435
Fishery Committee for the Eastern Central Atlantic: Report of the Eighth Session of the Sub-Committee on Management of Resources Within the Limits O (Fao Fisheries Reports) by UN Food and Agriculture Organization465
General Fisheries Council for the Mediterranean: Report of the First Session of the Working Party on Fisheries Economics and Statistics Rome, 27-31 (Fao Fisheries Reports) by General Fisheries Council for the Mediterranean468
Report of the 17th Session of the European Inland Fisheries Advisory Commission: Lugano, Switzerland, 19-26 May 1992 (FAO Fisheries Reports) by UN Food and Agriculture Organization472
Papers Presented at the FAO/Japan Expert Consultation on the Development of Community-Based Coastal Fishery Management Systems for Asia and the Pacific: Kobe, Japan, 8-12 1992 (FAO Fisheries Report)474
Committee on Fisheries: Report of the 4th Session on the Sub-Committee on Fish Trade (FAO Fisheries Report)492
Indo-Pacific Fishery Commission: Report of the 7th Session of the Standing Committee on Resource Research and Development (FAO Fisheries Reports)499
Report of the Ad Hoc Consultation on the Role of Regional Fisheries Agencies in Relation to High Seas Fishery Statistics. La Jolla, CA (USA), 13-16 Dec 1993 by UN Food and Agriculture Organization500
Report of the 4th Session of the Working Party on Pollution and Fisheries: Accra, Ghana, 18-22 October 1993 (FAO Fisheries Reports) by Committee for Inland Fisheries of Africa502
Western Central Atlantic Fishery Commission: Report on the Regional Workshops on the Assessment of the Caribbean Spiny Lobster (FAO Fisheries Reports) by UN Food and Agriculture Organization619
Report of the Regional Workshop on the Effects of Globalization and Deregulation on Fisheries in the Caribbean: Castries, Saint Lucia 4-8 December 2000 (FAO Fisheries Reports) by UN Food and Agriculture Organization640
Report of the Pilot Workshop on the Application of Biotelemetry to Fish Studies for the Management of Inland Fisheries in West Africa (FAO Fisheries Reports) by UN Food and Agriculture Organization654
Reykjavik Conference on Responsible Fisheries in the Marine Ecosystem: Report (FAO Fisheries Reports)658
Report of the Trilateral Workshop on Lanternfish in the Gulf of Oman: Muscat, Oman, 7-9 May 2001 (FAO Fisheries Reports) by UN Food and Agriculture Organization665
Report of and Papers Presented at the Expert Consultation on Illegal, Unreported and Unregulated Fishing: Sydney, Australia, 15-19 May 2000 (FAO Fisheries Reports) by UN Food and Agriculture Organization666
Western Central Atlantic Fishery Commission: Report of the Second Meeting of the WECAFC Ad Hoc Flyingfish Working Group of the Eastern Caribbean (FAO Fisheries Reports) by UN Food and Agriculture Organization670

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