Outputs: Case Studies

18 Months on: Progress Update on Dutch Case StudyNov 2012
Netherlands Case Study PresentationMay 2012
Will a discard ban be effective? GAP2’s responseFeb 2012
Netherlands Case Study: Collaborative Discard Sampling in the Dutch Flatfish FisheriesJul 2011

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