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Tuna fisheries in the Pacific Islands region : a bibliography
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|Title:||Tuna fisheries in the Pacific Islands region : a bibliography|
|Authors:||Carpenter, Kent E.|
Doulman, David J.
Multinational Corporations in the Pacific Tuna Industry (Project)
East-West Center. Pacific Islands Development Program
|LC Subject Headings:||Tuna fisheries - Islands of the Pacific - Bibliography|
Tuna fisheries - Pacific Area - Bibliography
|Date Issued:||Aug 1985|
|Publisher:||Honolulu, Hawaii : Multinational Corporations in the Pacific Tuna Industry, Pacific Islands Development Program, East-West Center|
|Abstract:||This bibliography is confined to material relating to tuna in the Pacific islands region only. Any material known to be of a restricted nature has been excluded. The bibliography is organized in alphabetical order by author, by country, and by main subject areas. In addition to the general subject area of tuna, the bibliography has entries relating to the subject of multinational corporations. It should be noted that in compiling the bibliography, the authors categorized citations under country and subject headings solely on the inference of their titles; as a result, some inaccurate or incomplete classifications of material may have occurred. Furthermore, the entries in this bibliography do not represent an exhaustive list. It is hoped that this bibliography may be revised and expanded at a later date.|
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|Table of Contents:||PACIFIC ISLAND COUNTRIES. American Samoa -- Cook Islands -- Federated States of Micronesia -- Fiji -- French Polynesia -- Guam -- Hawaii -- Kiribati -- Marshall Islands -- Nauru -- New Caledonia -- Niue -- Northern Marianas -- Palau -- Papua New Guinea -- Pitcairn -- Solomon Islands -- Tokelau -- Tonga Tuvalu -- Vanuatu -- Wallis and Futuna -- Western Samoa -- DISTANT WATER FISHING NATIONS. Japan -- Korea -- Taiwan -- United States -- SUBJECT AREAS. Baitfish -- Business -- Canneries -- Development -- Economics -- Extended economic zones -- FADS -- Feasibility studies -- Fisheries biology -- Fisheries methods -- Fisheries statistics -- Industry -- Joint ventures -- Law of the sea -- Legal -- Management -- Marketing -- Migration -- Multinational corporations -- Planning -- Policy -- Politics -- Resource assessment -- Sociology -- Tagging -- Transshipment -- U.S. policy -- LIST OF INSTITUTIONAL CONTACTS.|
|Pages/Duration:||v, 111 p.|
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