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Village-Based Marine Resource Use and Rural Livelihoods: Kimbe Bay, West New Britain, Papua New Guinea

Koczberski, Gina; Curry, George; Warku, Joseph; Kwam, Christina
1/5/2012
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Koczberski, G., G.N. Curry, J. Warku and C. Kwam. 2006. Village-Based Marine Resource Use and Rural Livelihoods: Kimbe Bay, West New Britain, Papua New Guinea. TNC Pacific Island Countries Report No. 5/06.

Report of a study conducted between 2005-2006 of village-based marine resource use, management and rural livelihoods in Kimbe Bay, West New Britain Province. The research was a collaborative project between The Nature Conservancy, Kimbe Bay and Curtin University of Technology and funded by The Nature Conservancy.

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