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When is a fisher (not) a fisher? Factors that influence the decision to report fishing as an occupation in rural Cambodia
Type: Journal Article
In the developing world, the majority of people who fish in inland areas do so primarily for subsistence needs. This suggests that survey or census questionnaires which collect information concerning the occupations of ...
Fisheries research using digital tablets in Myanmar
Type: Book Chapter
The present paper introduces a new method for data gathering using digital tablets in the field. The method is part of a fisheries study aimed at identifying migration patterns and breeding sites of key commercial fish ...
Myanmar inland fisheries and aquaculture: A decade in review
This publication reviews the current state of knowledge of inland capture fisheries and aquaculture in Myanmar, using data from the past decade. The book aims to highlight challenges and opportunities in Myanmar’s fisheries ...
Trends, opportunities and constraints in the contribution of fish to the welfare of rural communities in Cambodia
This report details rural communities' perspectives on the importance of fish, and how it supports the poor. Variability between zones and social groups is detailed, as well as constraints and opportunities in the sector.