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Internationally there is a movement in fishery management to incorporate stakeholders in decision making processes and an important element of this is understanding anglers’ attitudes and perceptions. To that end, this study considers anglers’ views on conservation measures relating to the sea bass fishery in Irish waters.
ESRI Series Number: 201824 Research Area:Energy and Environment Date of Publication: November 13, 2018 Publisher: ESRI Place of Publication: Dublin
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