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Traditional fishing methods in Central valley region of Manipur, India

@inproceedings{Devi2013TraditionalFM,
  title={Traditional fishing methods in Central valley region of Manipur, India},
  author={B. Nightingale Devi and S. K. Mishra and Lipika Das and Nilesh Pawar and Th.Ibemcha Chanu},
  year={2013}
}
Central valley region of Manipur harbours great ichthyofaunal diversity; diverse fisheries resources, thus uses wide array of fishing methods which are evolved traditionally and being practiced extensively throughout the central valley. Some of the practices are unique to certain area such as the Loktak lake. The different traditional fishing methods presently being practiced by the fishermen are broadly categorized into major and minor fishing gears. In present paper an attempt has been made… Expand

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