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Title: Two interdisciplinary workshops in the Gulf of Guinea
Authors: Koranteng, K.A.
ASFA Terms: Marine biology
Sustainable management
Artisanal fishing
Fishery industry
Issue Date: 1998
Citation: Bulletin vol 11 n°3-4. p. 53-54
Abstract: As part of the activities under an EU-funded INCO-DC fisheries research project, a workshop was organised in Accra, Ghana on 27-29 July 1998 on fisheries management in the Gulf of Guinea. INCO stands for International Science and Technology Cooperation with developing countries and is part of the EU Framework Programme on Science and Technology. The INCO-DC project “Impacts of environmental forcing on marine biodiversity and sustainable management of artisanal and industrial fisheries in the Gulf of Guinea” is a collaborative research between the Marine Fisheries Research Division (Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Ghana), the Centre for Coastal and Marine Sciences (CCMS/NERC)/Ecosystems Analysis and Management Group (University of Warwick, U.K.) and the French Institute of Scientific Research for Development and Cooperation (ORSTOM).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/445
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