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Statementedited by Reijiro Hirano, Isao Hanyu.
ContributionsHirano, R., Hanyu, Isao., Asian Fisheries Society.
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LC ClassificationsSH295 .A85 1989
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Paginationxxiv, 991 p. ;
Number of Pages991
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Open LibraryOL1630416M
ISBN 109711022796
LC Control Number91178998

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