PSA holds 4 types of fishery surveys in Aklan
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Four types of fishery surveys are presently being conducted by the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) in selected sample households, aquafarms and fish landing centers in Aklan. The surveys are composed of commercial, municipal, inland, and aquaculture fishing operations. Provincial Statistics Officer AntonetCatubuan said commercial fishing operations makes use of boats with more than three gross tons, while municipal fishing used boat with three gross tons or less.
PSA holds 4 types of fishery surveys in Aklan. (2018, September 27). The Daily Guardian, pp. 7, 12.
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Fishery economics; Fishery surveys; Fishery statistics; Aquaculture; Fishing harbours; Commercial fishing; Inland fisheries; Aquaculture economics; Brackishwater aquaculture; Freshwater aquaculture; Milkfish culture; Mackerel fisheries; Carangid fisheries; Fisheries; Clupeoid fisheries; Tuna fisheries; Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA); Catubuan, Antonet
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