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View the document Capture section : six new fish aggregating devices for Tokelau
Author(s): Watt, P.
Year: 1993
Notes: Fisheries Newsletter (SPC), 8, 66
Held at: USP
ASFA Subject(s): Gear selectivity, Gear research, Catching methods, Attracting techniques, Artificial reefs
Control No.: 00013708.nul

View the document The 'C.A.R.E' (collect by artificial reef eco-friendly) system as a method of producing farmed marine animals for the aquarium market : an alternative solution to collection in the wild.
Author(s): Lecaillon, G.
Year: 2004
Notes: Live reef fish information bulletin, 17-20, 12
ASFA Subject(s): Tropical fish, Reef fish, Ornamental fish, Meroplankton, Larvae, Gear research, Fishing gear, Fishery industry equipment, Developmental stages, Collecting devices, Artificial reefs, Aquarium culture, Aquaria, Aquaculture equipment
Control No.: 00012842.nul

View the document FAD research project : summary of results at the end of the second year (June 2003)
Author(s): Chapman, L., Pasisi, B., Bertram, I.
Year: 2003
Notes: Fisheries Newsletter (SPC), 19-26, 105
Held at: USP
ASFA Subject(s): Gear research, Catching methods, Attracting techniques, Artificial reefs
Control No.: 00013242.nul

View the document Introduction to Payao development and management in Okinawa, Japan
Author(s): Izumi, M.
Year: 1993
Notes: Fisheries Newsletter (SPC), 27-32, 65
Held at: USP
ASFA Subject(s): Gear research, Gear materials, Catching methods, Attracting techniques
Control No.: 00013260.nul

View the document Workshop on fish aggregation devices
Year: 1981
Notes: Fisheries Newsletter (SPC), 1-5, 22
Held at: USP
ASFA Subject(s): Tuna fisheries, Mooring lines, Gear research, Gear materials, Gear construction, Conferences, Catching methods, Attracting techniques
Control No.: 00013620.nul

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