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  1. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    December, 1989
    Guinea, Australia, Ireland, Papua New Guinea, Oceania

    This document provides background information for project PNG/85/001. A synthesis of knowledge of various aspects of the Sepik and Ramu River catchments is provided. The information is presented in relation to project objectives and activities. Most sections have been summarised from existing books and other information (quoted where relevant) but have been placed within the context of the Sepik and Ramu rivers and project PNG/85/001. The subjects covered here are relevant to fisheries related matters and this is explained later in the Discussion section.

  2. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    December, 1989
    Australia, Netherlands, Japan, Guinea, Papua New Guinea, Oceania

    This document summarises the information available on the habits of fishes in floodplain regions of the Sepik and Ramu River systems, Papua New Guinea, with respect-to project PNG/85/001

  3. Library Resource
    Policy Papers & Briefs
    December, 1989
    Guinea, Australia, Papua New Guinea, Japan, Oceania

    As part of phase one activities undertaken under the Sepik River Fish Stock Enhancement Project an analysis of trout stocking practices in PNG was made. Work undertaken by the project with regard to trout has been restricted for reasons outlined below. This report is, therefore, preliminary in nature and may be modified as more field data become available. Trout is an exotic species in PNG and has been, and still is, stocked by various PNG authorities. Experiences relating to trout are, therefore, highly relevant to the Sepik River Fish Stock Enhancement Project.

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