The one that got away? GIS marine fisheries

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Meaden, G. 1994. The one that got away? GIS marine fisheries. Mapping Awareness. 8 (7), pp. 20-23.
AuthorsMeaden, G.
Year1994
JournalMapping Awareness
Journal citation8 (7), pp. 20-23
ISSN0954-7126
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