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Report and Proceedings of the EIFAC Symposium on Aquaculture Development - Partnership between Science and Producers Associations. Wierzba, Poland, 26-29 May 2004











FAO European Inland Fisheries Advisory Commission. Report and Proceedings of the EIFAC Symposium on Aquaculture Development – Partnership between Science and Producers Associations. Wierzba, Poland, 26-29 May 2004, held in connection with the European Inland Fisheries Advisory Commission, twenty-third session. Wierzba, Poland, 26 May-2 June 2004. EIFAC Occasional Paper. No. 37. Rome, FAO. 2006. 136p.


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