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As the food shortage is one of the worldwide problems, the need of securing food supply is becoming more important recently. Recognizing the vital importance of increasing food supply and of improving the nutritional standard, especially of increasing the supply of animal protein, five Southeast Asian Countries and Japan formed in 1967 the Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, SEAFDEC whose purpose is to contribute to the development of fisheries in the region. SEAFDEC is consisted of three departments, namely the Training Department in Thailand, the Research Department in Singapore and the Aquaculture Department in the Philippines.
Nomura, M. & Yamazaki, T. (1975). Fishing Techniques. Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, Training Department.
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