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Socio-economic profile of fisheries in the Grenadine Islands for caribbean LME

For proper and effective management of fisheries, there is a need to understand not only their biophysical environment but also their demographic and socio-economic environment and dynamics. From June to August 2006, students from the Centre for Resource Management and Environmental Studies (CERMES) embarked on a trans-boundary socio-economic and livelihood assessment of fisheries in the Grenadines.

Sustainable Management of the Shared Marine Resources of the Caribbean Large Marine Ecosystem (CLME) and Adjacent Regions

12 Apr 2010

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Socio-economic profile of fisheries in the Grenadine Islands for caribbean LME.pdf

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