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A comparative study of fisheries production patterns in the upper Benue river, Lake Chad and the Nguru-Gashua wetlands of north east Nigeria

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A comparative study of fisheries production patterns in the upper Benue river, Lake Chad and the Nguru-Gashua wetlands of north east Nigeria. / Neiland, A.; Jolley, T.; Jaffry, Shabbar; Kudaisi, K.

Portsmouth : University of Portsmouth, 1997.

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