2 edition of Aquaculture development and coastal zone management strategies found in the catalog.
Aquaculture development and coastal zone management strategies
Arthur E. Neiland
by University of Portsmouth, Centre for Marine Resource Economics in Portsmouth
Written in English
|Statement||by A. Neiland and D. Nowell.|
|Series||Research paper / Centre for Marine Resource Economics -- 48|
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