Guidelines for cleaner fishery harbours

Manuals and Guides - BOBP/MAG/17

Guidelines for Cleaner Fishery Harbours

by
R. Ravikumar
Consultant, BOBP



Executing Agency: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS

BAY OF BENGAL PROGRAMME Madras, India 1993

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ABSTRACT

This booklet is the result of a felt need to educate those involved with fishery harbours on the typical pollutants that degrade the environment, including harbour waters, and how to mitigate the problem.

The work on Cleaner Fishery Harbours undertaken by the Bay of Bengal Programme (BOBP) has been sponsored by the International Maritime Organization (IMO).


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Manuals and Guides - BOBP/MAG/17pdf

PREPARATION OF THIS MANUAL
PREFACE

THE ROLE OF THE FISHERY HARBOURpdf


MAINTENANCEpdf


PORT MANAGEMENT AND REGULATIONSpdf


WHAT IS MARPOL?PDF


PUBLIC AWARENESS pdf


BACK COVERpdf