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UK small-scale fisheries: status, devolved responsibility and the challenge of sustainability

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UK small-scale fisheries : status, devolved responsibility and the challenge of sustainability. / Symes, David; Cardwell, Emma; Phillipson, Jeremy.

Small-Scale Fisheries in Europe: Status, Resilience and Governance. ed. / José J. Pascual-Fernández; Cristina Pita; Maarten Bavinck. Cham : Springer, 2020. p. 351-368 (MARE Publication Series ; Vol. 23).

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Symes, D, Cardwell, E & Phillipson, J 2020, UK small-scale fisheries: status, devolved responsibility and the challenge of sustainability. in JJ Pascual-Fernández, C Pita & M Bavinck (eds), Small-Scale Fisheries in Europe: Status, Resilience and Governance. MARE Publication Series , vol. 23, Springer, Cham, pp. 351-368. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37371-9_17

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Symes, D., Cardwell, E., & Phillipson, J. (2020). UK small-scale fisheries: status, devolved responsibility and the challenge of sustainability. In J. J. Pascual-Fernández, C. Pita, & M. Bavinck (Eds.), Small-Scale Fisheries in Europe: Status, Resilience and Governance (pp. 351-368). (MARE Publication Series ; Vol. 23). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37371-9_17

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Symes D, Cardwell E, Phillipson J. UK small-scale fisheries: status, devolved responsibility and the challenge of sustainability. In Pascual-Fernández JJ, Pita C, Bavinck M, editors, Small-Scale Fisheries in Europe: Status, Resilience and Governance. Cham: Springer. 2020. p. 351-368. (MARE Publication Series ). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-37371-9_17

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Symes, David ; Cardwell, Emma ; Phillipson, Jeremy. / UK small-scale fisheries : status, devolved responsibility and the challenge of sustainability. Small-Scale Fisheries in Europe: Status, Resilience and Governance. editor / José J. Pascual-Fernández ; Cristina Pita ; Maarten Bavinck. Cham : Springer, 2020. pp. 351-368 (MARE Publication Series ).

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