The Second Experiment of Deep Sea Pot Fishing in the Andaman Sea
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In 1990, the SEAFDEC Training Department conducted experiment of Deep Sea Pot fishing in the Andaman Sea during M.V.PAKNAM cruise no. 85-1/1900, 12 January – 2 March 1990. This second experiment of deep sea pots was a joint research project of the Training Department and Department of Fisheries of Thailand The objectives of the experiment can be summarized as follows: 1. To study the demersal fish stocks in the area of the Andaman Sea. 2. To study the efficiency of a deep sea pot at demersal level.
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