A Preliminary Experiment of Shrimp Pot in the Gulf of Thailand (Samet Island)
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The Training Department has recently conducted preliminary experiments using shrimp pot with the view to introduce a new type of trap of Thailand to encourage the fishermen in using the friendly environment fishing gear. This report presents an experiment of shrimp pot and collapsible crab trap as carried out on board M.V. PLATOO during the shipboard training of the University Students course. Two experimental operations were carried out from 2 to 3 April 1993. The gears and methods employed are described hear in detail and also included in this report are general remarks of the experimental results.
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