Seaweed industry status in Central and Eastern Visayas - Cluster IV
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Dublin, E. (2003). Seaweed industry status in Central and Eastern Visayas - Cluster IV. In A. Q. Hurtado & M. R. J. Luhan (Eds.), Proceedings of the National Seaweed Symposium, September 3-4, 2002, Cebu City (pp. 9-10). Cebu City, Philippines: Seaweed Industry Association of the Philippines.
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