Issues in Alaskan bottomfish development

a report to the second session of the 11th Alaska State Legislature
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Groundfish fisheries -- Alaska -- Planning., Groundfish fisheries -- Alaska -- Finance., Fisheries subsidies -- Al

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Other titlesBottomfish development.
Statementby the Bottomfish Interim Committee, Alaska Legislative Council.
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LC ClassificationsSH222.A4 A62 1980
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Paginationiv, 392 p. :
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LC Control Number80622210

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