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Proceedings of the EIFAAC symposium on inland fisheries and aquaculture: advances in technology, stock assessment and citizen science in an era of climate change

Killarney, Ireland, 20–21 June 2022












FAO. 2023. Proceedings of the EIFAAC symposium on inland fisheries and aquaculture: advances in technology, stock assessment and citizen science in an era of climate change, Killarney, Ireland, 2021 June 2022. EIFAAC Occasional Paper No. 51. Rome.




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