'No' to cyanide fishing!
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Suggested CitationDagoon, N. J. (1999). 'No' to cyanide fishing!.
Marine environment; Biodiversity; Conservation; Coral reefs; Cyanides; Fish poisoning; Fishery regulations; Fishing; Fishing barriers; Food fish; Lethal effects; Livelihoods; Marine fish; Marketing; Mortality; Ornamental fish; Policies; Resource management; Stunting; Sustainable fishing; Toxicity tests; Trade; Zooxanthellae; Philippines
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