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Socio-economic indicators in integrated coastal zone and community-based fisheries management : case studies from the Caribbean

  title={Socio-economic indicators in integrated coastal zone and community-based fisheries management : case studies from the Caribbean},
  author={Uwe Tietze and Milton O. Haughton},
This publication consists of case studies describing how socio-economic and demographic concerns are addressed in integrated coastal zone and community-based fisheries management in selected Caribbean countries - Belize, Dominica, Jamaica, Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago and the Turks and Caicos Islands. The results of a comparative study in Malaysia and the Philippines are also reported, including the results of a regional workshop organised to review the findings of the case and comparative… 

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