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Author: Liana T. McManus
Publisher: The WorldFish Center
Keywords: gulf, philippines, lingayen, profile, environmental, coastal
Number of Pages: 85
Published: 1990
ISBN-10: 9711022494
ISBN-13: 9789711022495

Author: Philippines. National Economic and Development Aut
Publisher: The WorldFish Center
Keywords: management, plan, area, coastal, gulf, lingayen
Number of Pages: 101
Published: 1992
ISBN-10: 9718709185
ISBN-13: 9789718709184

Author: Geronimo Silvestre
Publisher: The WorldFish Center
Keywords: resources, coastal, philippines, project, management, workshop, bauang, union, asean, proceedings, sustainable, lingayen, gulf, towards, development
Number of Pages: 207
Published: 1989
ISBN-10: 9711022451
ISBN-13: 9789711022457

Author: Carlo Travaglia
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
Keywords: study, case, lingayen, gulf, philippines, radar, imaging, aquaculture, coastal, fisheries, structures, satellite, mapping
Number of Pages: 58
Published: 2004-07
ISBN-10: 9251051143
ISBN-13: 9789251051146

Inventory and monitoring of coastal aquaculture and fisheries structures provide important baseline data for decision-making in planning and development, including regulatory laws, environmental protection and revenue collection. Mapping these structures can be performed with good accuracy and at regular intervals by satellite remote sensing, which allows observation of vast areas, often of difficult accessibility, at a fraction of cost of traditional surveys. This study is based on interpretation of satellite imaging radar data and a detailed image analysis procedure is described. The report

Author: Russell Cartwright Stroup
Publisher: Creekside Press
Keywords: world, war, chaplain, combat, pacific, letters
Number of Pages: 236
Published: 2000-05-01
ISBN-10: 0826212883
ISBN-13: 9780826212887

Many soldiers remember their relationship with a combat chaplain -- some with fondness or gratitude -- but few have the opportunity to view that bond through the chaplain's eyes. In Letters from the Pacific, Russell Stroup offers readers the opportunity to see the effects of war from his unique perspective -- as a chaplain on the front lines of the South Pacific theater. For the three years Stroup served in the military, he continually wrote home to his family in Virginia. Composed under harrowing combat conditions, yet filled with humor and personality, these letters convey his remarkable sea
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