Understanding local fish consumption behavior in Laguna Lake watershed area, Philippines

@article{Gong2015UnderstandingLF,
  title={Understanding local fish consumption behavior in Laguna Lake watershed area, Philippines},
  author={Wuyun Gong and R. Sakurai and R. Kada},
  journal={Australian Journal of French Studies},
  year={2015},
  volume={9},
  pages={176-181}
}
In recent years, Laguna Lake has deteriorated significantly due to agricultural, domestic and industrial waste. This paper examines local residents’ fish consumption behavior in the Laguna Lake watershed area in the Philippines. The data utilized in this study was collected through the “LakeHEAD” household survey (n=389), conducted by the Research Institute for Humanity and Nature and University of the Philippines at Los Banos in 2012. How socio-demographic (location and education) and… Expand
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