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close this bookComparative Study of Solar and Sun Drying of Fish in Ecuator (NRI)
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The team wish to thank everyone in Ecuador involved in this programme for their assistance which was greatly appreciated: the Technical Co-operation Officers working at the Instituto Nacional de Pesca (INP) and the staff of INP, the Instituto Nacional de Galapagos (INGALA), the Charles Darwin Research Station (CDRS) and the Parque Nacional de Galapagos. Special thanks are due to Mr T. W. Bostock and Sr M. Hurtado without whom this visit would not have been possible.

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Trim, D. S. and Curran, C. A. (1983) A comparative study of solar and sun drying of fish in Ecuador. Report of the Tropical Products Institute, L 60, vi + 44pp.

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