Manual of methods for fisheries resource survey and appraisal by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

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  • Fishery resources,
  • Exploratory fishing

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StatementFood and Agriculture Organization of the United States
SeriesFAO Fisheries technical paper, pt. 2: FAO manuals in fisheries science
ContributionsAlverson, Dayton L., 1924-, Forbes, S. T., Nakken, Odd.
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