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Legal report on the ecosystem approach to fisheries in the United Republic of Tanzania

An analysis of the ecosystem approach to fisheries in selected national policy and legal instruments of the United Republic of Tanzania











The second edition is available: Legal report on the ecosystem approach to fisheries in the United Republic of Tanzania – An analysis of the ecosystem approach to fisheries in selected national policy and legal instruments of the United Republic of Tanzania (Second edition)


Nakamura, J.N. & Amador, T. 2022. Legal report on the ecosystem approach to fisheries in the United Republic of Tanzania – An analysis of the ecosystem approach to fisheries in selected national policy and legal instruments of the United Republic of Tanzania. FAO EAF-Nansen Programme Report No. 58. Rome, FAO. 



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