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Fishery Management Plan for Ashtamudi Lake Clam Resourcesഅഷ്ടമുടിക്കായലിലെ കക്ക സമ്പത്ത് ഒരു പരിപാലന പദ്ധതി

@inproceedings{Mohamed2013FisheryMP,
  title={Fishery Management Plan for Ashtamudi Lake Clam Resourcesഅഷ്ടമുടിക്കായലിലെ കക്ക സമ്പത്ത് ഒരു പരിപാലന പദ്ധതി},
  author={K. S. Mohamed and Venkatesan and Kripa and D. Prema and Mathew Joseph and P. S. Alloycious and B. Jenni and K. Valsala and K. K. S. Kumar and N. Ragesh and John Bose and Anjana Mohan},
  year={2013}
}
Th e Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute (CMFRI) has been studying the exploitation and biology of the key clam resource in the Ashtamudi Lake ecosystem from the late nineteen seventies. As a result of such concerted studies, an intervention for the scientifi c management of the clam resources could be made in the nineteen eighties, and ever since then, a sustained fi shery for the short-neck clam is being practiced by the fi shers. Realizing that the short-neck clam fi sheries is… Expand

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