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Published by Food and Agriculture Organization in Rome .
Written in English


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F.A.O. microfiche no. 89W01414-EAC.

Statementby Marine Resources Service, Fishery Resources and Environment Division, Fisheries Department.
SeriesFAO fisheries circular -- no.710, revision 6
ContributionsFood and Agriculture Organization. Fisheries Department. Fishery Resources and Environment Division. Marine Resources Service.
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Open LibraryOL14322316M

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