"River-Based Cage Aquaculture of Tilapia in Northern Thailand: Sustainability of Rearing and Business Practices"
written by Phimphakan Lebel, Niwooti Whangchai, Chanagun Chitmanat, Jongkon Promya, Prachaub Chaibu, Patcharawalai Sriyasak, Louis Lebel,
published by Natural Resources, Vol.4 No.5, 2013
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