Can coastal fisheries bear the cost of sea turtle conservation: evidence from the east coast of peninsular Malaysia
Yeo, Bee Hong, Squires, Dale, Ibrahim, Kamarruddin, Gjertsen, Heidi, Kamil, Syarifah Khadiejah S.M., Zulkifli, Rahayu, Groves, Theodore, Dutton, Peter H., Hong, Meen Chee, and Tan, Chun Hong (2011) Can coastal fisheries bear the cost of sea turtle conservation: evidence from the east coast of peninsular Malaysia. In: Conservation of Pacific Sea Turtles. University of Hawai'i Press, Honolulu, HI, USA, pp. 319-349.
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[Extract] The threats of incidental catch of sea turtles are widely recognized and are becoming a major issue in fisheries management with increasing studies that record the impacts of fishing operations on sea turtles (Frazier and Montero 1990; Aguilar et al. 1995; Ovaretz 1999; Peckham et al. 2007; Alfaro-Shigueto and Mangel, chapter 15 [this volume]; Yeo et al., chapter 16 [this volume]). Recognition is growing of the need to minimize the ...
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