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Series: FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Technical Papers

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Introduction to tropical fish stock assessment, Part 1: Manual by Per Sparre306
Introduction to Tropical Fish Stock Assessment PT. 1: Manual (Fao Fisheries Technical Paper) by Per Sparre306.1
Introduction to Tropical Fish Stock Assessment, Part Two: Exercises by Per Sparre306.2
Manual of Methods in Aquatic Environment Research: Part 11 : Biological Assessment of Marine Pollution-With Particular Reference to Benthos (Fao Fis) by John S. Gray324
Integrated management of coastal zones by John R. Clark327
Review of the State of World Marine Fishery Resources (Fao Fisheries Technical Paper) by UN Food and Agriculture Organization335
Interactions of Pacific tuna fisheries Volume 2 : Papers on biology and fisheries by R. S. Shomura336.2
Global Assessment of Fisheries Bycatch and Discards (Fao Fisheries Technical Paper) by Ph.d. Dayton L. Alverson339
Precautionary Approach to fisheries. Part 2: Scientific papers; Prepared for the Technical Consultation on the Approach to Capture Fisheries (Including Species Introductions), Lysekil, Sweden, 6-13 June 1995 by Food and Agriculture Org.350.2
Fisheries and Research for Tunas and Tuna-like Species in the Western Central Atlantic (Fisheries Technical Paper) by Food and Agriculture Org.357
Participatory Analysis, Monitoring and Evaluation for Fishing Communities: A Manual (Fao Fisheries Technical Papers, No 364) by R. A. Maine364
Fisheries bioeconomics: Theory, modelling and management (FAO fisheries technical paper) by J. C Seijo368
Case Studies on the Allocation of Transferable Quota Rights in Fisheries (FAO Fisheries Technical Paper) by UN Food and Agriculture Organization411
Dams, fish and fisheries. Opportunities, challenges and conflict resolution by UN Food and Agriculture Organization419
Product certification and ecolabelling for fisheries sustainability by Cathy Roheim Wessells422
A Fishery Manager's Guidebook: Management Measures and Their Application (FAO Fisheries Technical Paper) by UN Food and Agriculture Organization424
Management, co-management, or no management? : major dilemmas in southern African freshwater fisheries. 2: Case studies. by Eyolf Jul-Larsen426.2
Fisheries In Irrigation Systems Of Arid Asia: Fao Fisheries Technical Paper No. 430430
Trends in oceanic captures and clustering of large marine ecosystems : two studies based on the FAO capture database by Luca Garibaldi435
Global Study of Shrimp Fisheries: Fao Fisheries Technical Paper No. 475 by Food and Agriculture Organization475
Habitat Rehabilitation for Inland Fisheries, Global Review of Effectiveness and Guidance for Rehabilitation of Freshwater Ecosystems: FAO Fisheries Technical Paper. 484 by Phil Roni484
Human Dimensions of the Ecosystem Approach to Fisheries: An Overview of Context, Tools and Methods (FAO Fisheries Technical Paper) by C. De Young489
State of world aquaculture 2006500

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