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Aug012010

Marine Invertebrates of the South Pacific: An Examination of the Trade

Document (Executive summary, 36 KB) (Scanned full report, 6.2 MB) Glenn Sant. (October 1995). 81pp. ISBN 1 85850 082 6 (ISBN 978 1 85850 082 9). This report examines the international trade in Trochus, pearl oyster, bêche-de-mer and giant clam of the South Pacific. It documents a lack of effective measures to ensure sustainable harvest of these near-shore marine resources, and recommends needed actions. Species in Danger series.