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The south east fishery : a scientific review with particular reference to quota management / edited by Richard D.J.Tilzey
Bib ID 2078470
Format BookBook
Description Canberra : Bureau of Resource Sciences, 1994 
xii, 360 p. : ill ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0642204462
Notes

'Bureau of Resource Sciences'.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Fisheries -- Australia.  |  Fishery management -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Tilzey, R. D. J  |  Australia. Bureau of Resource Sciences

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