Fish catch in Negros dwindling - UP study
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Fish catch in the waters of Negros Island is dwindling, according to a study conducted by a researcher from UP-Diliman. The study by Remelyn I. de Ramos of the Marine Sciences Institute (MSI) of UP-Diliman revealed that the problem of dwindling marine resources in Negros Occidental and Oriental has worsened. The two provinces comprising the Negros Island Region have a combined population of 4, 194, 525 based on the latest census.
Fish catch in Negros dwindling - UP study. (2015, August 26). The Daily Guardian, p. 6.
Research; Marine resources; Climatic changes; Post harvest losses; Climatic changes; El Nino phenomena; Livelihoods; Fisheries; Fish; Poverty alleviation; Aquaculture; Environmental impact; Fishery economics; University of the Philippines-Diliman; Southeast Asian Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA); de Ramos, Remelyn I.
- The Daily Guardian