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000024138 245__ $$aAmazonian Fisheries: Socio Economic Issues and Management Implications
000024138 260__ $$c1997
000024138 269__ $$a1997
000024138 270__ $$mecojfb@gmd.com.pe$$pFernandez-Baca,   Jaime
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000024138 336__ $$aWorking or Discussion Paper
000024138 446__ $$aEnglish
000024138 490__ $$aDiscussion Paper DP 98-02
000024138 520__ $$aOver the last three decades, the demand for fish in the Amazon basin has greatly increased due to population growth in the main cities of the region. While technological improvements in commercial fishing methods have made it possible to meet this growing demand, they have led to concerns about the possible extinction of certain fish species and to conflicts over the resource between commercial fishermen and rural communities. This study reviews the current state of inland fisheries in the Amazon in order to analyse policy options for fisheries management, and identifies key gaps in information on the economic, social and biological aspects of fisheries which constrain policymakers.
000024138 650__ $$aResource /Energy Economics and Policy
000024138 700__ $$aFernandez-Baca,   Jaime
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000024138 982__ $$gInternational Institute for Environment and Development>Environmental Economics Programme>Discussion Papers
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