Report of the Pilot Workshop on the Application of Biotelemetry to Fish Studies for the Management of Inland Fisheries in West Africa: Sélingué, Mali, 29 January - 10 February 2001
Food & Agriculture Org., 2001 - Biotelemetry - 33 pages
The aim of the workshop was to improve understanding of, and disseminate, biotelemetry, which is a very useful tool for the collection of the more precise information essential for improved sustainable management of aquatic resources.
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