Books on Indonesian fisheries


Many thanks goes to the Indonesian delegation that visited David Lubin Memorial Library in March and donated, amongst others, publications on fisheries and aquaculture in English and Indonesian. 

Please find some of the English titles, all from the Indonesian Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries

All the books will be processed and available from the Fisheries and Aquaculture Branch Library shortly:


  • Indonesian marine and fisheries product processing and biotechnology, edited by Hari Eko Irianto (2009)
  • Marine biodiversity review of the Arafura and Timor seas, edited by Tonny Wagey and Zainal Arifin (2008)
  • Law of the Republic of Indonesia number 27 of 2007 concerning the management of
    coastal zones and small islands
  • Marine and Fisheries Statistics 2011
  • The album: map of potential fishing ground prediction 2010, by Dinarika Jalisworo
  • Technical guidelines for evaluating the management effectiveness of aquatic, coasts and small islands conservation areas (2012) 



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