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Traditional Information Bulletin #11
Number 11 - September 1999



Group Co-ordinator and Bulletin Editor:
Kenneth Ruddle, Asahigaoka-cho 7-22-511, Ashiya-shi, Hyogo-ken, Japan 659-0012.

Information Section, Marine Resources Division, SPC, B.P. D5, 98848 Noumea Cedex, New Caledonia. Fax: (687) 263818

Produced with financial assistance from Australia, France and New Zealand.

Note from the editor

This issue gives me particular pleasure, for which I thank the authors. For the first time since launching this InfoBull all contributions were unsolicited! Better yet, we were able to pick and choose among manuscripts offered. So perhaps we are over one daunting hill that faces all new serials.

But, I will continue badgering those who have yet to contribute, especially you who have promised over the last few years, but have still to deliver! It might encourage those in academic institutions to know that all articles in this issue have been peer reviewed. This is another first. I intend to continue that, so your time and efforts will not be wasted.

However, it remains a constant problem to catch relevant items of new literature. So we would be grateful if you could bring to our attention books, articles and other documents that you think should be reviewed, or at least noted. Better yet, please arrange to have a copy sent to us.

Kenneth Ruddle


A network of small, community-owned Village Fish Reserves in Samoa
King M., Fa'asili U. (pdf: 42 KB)
The use of village by-laws in marine conservation and fisheries management
Fa'asili U., Kelekolo I. (pdf: 31 KB)
Octopus fishing by women of Fakaofo Atoll, Tokelau Islands
Tiraa-Passfield A. (pdf: 45 KB)
Indigenous ecological knowledge and its role in fisheries research design: A case study from Roviana Lagoon, Western Province, Solomon Islands
Hamilton R., Walter R. (pdf: 171 KB)

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