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Report on a census of fishing boats and gear in the Kenyan waters of Lake Victoria







Hoekstra,T.M., A.Asila, C. Rabuor and O. Rambiri, Report on a census of 1991 fishing boats and gear in the Kenyan waters of Lake Victoria. UNDP/FAO Regional Project for Inland Fisheries Planning (IFIP),RAF/87/099 - TD/26/91 (En): 36p.


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