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Report of the FAO Virtual Global Expert Workshop on the Fisheries Co-management Evaluation Guidebook

Rome, 7–11 and 17 September 2020












FAO. 2021. Report of the FAO Virtual Global Expert Workshop on the Fisheries Co-management Evaluation Guidebook. Rome, 7–11 and 17 September 2020. FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Report No 1331. Rome




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