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Fish Remains and Humankind: part two. Special Collection edited by Andrew K G Jones & Rebecca A Nicholson

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Fish Remains and Humankind, Editorial
Andrew KG Jones and Rebecca A Nicholson (editors)

Submitted: July 1998 ; Published: July 1998; Words: 1143 (9KB)
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Data on the history of fish exploitation in Hungary
István Takács and László Bartosiewicz

Submitted: September 1996; Published: July 1998; Words: 11363 (130KB); Images: 16 (574KB)
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Fish and fishing on a Western Torres Strait Island, Northern Australia
Barbara Ghaleb

Submitted: September 1996; Published: July 1998; Words: 10258 (95KB); Images: 11 (66KB)
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Dispersal of Fish Waste
Andrea E. Bullock and Andrew K.G. Jones

Submitted: September 1996; Published: July 1998; Words: 2527 (23KB)
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