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INFORMATION FOR DECISIONS
THE IMPORTANCE OF SOCIOCULTURAL INFORMATION
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amount of fishing analysis annual bioeconomic biological biomass boat by-catch capture catch and effort census changes Chapter consumers crew curve data collection dealers demand determine distribution economic data effort data equilibrium esti estimates evaluated example exploited factors fishing activity fishing effort fixed cost fleet frame survey gear type groups growth habitats harvest sector identified important income increase individual inputs investment key informants labor landing sites landings surveys maximum sustainable yield ment mortality motor nomic number of days obtained occupations opportunity cost owner period population primary buyer primary dealers procedures production quantity of fish rates recorded recruitment repairs require resource assessment resource rent rience sales receipts sample means sample survey small-scale fisheries social sociocultural sold species stock assessment supply surplus production tion total catch total cost total number total revenue unit stocks variable costs vessel weight yield