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Planning for the development of artisanal fishing in West Africa: fish production and processing, its practical, technical and socio-economic aspects







Collart,A. Planning for the development of artisanal fishing in West Africa: fish production and processing, its practical, technical and socio-economic aspects; Cotonou (Benin),Feb 1986,71 p.


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