Correspondents contributing to chapter

Many correspondents provided substantial information relating to this chapter. Those who have contributed to Chapter 17 are included in the following list in alphabetical order under each location. Some information was also provided from the personal experience of the editors of our book, whose names are not repeated here.

Argentina: Gustavo Wicki; Australia: Chan Lui Lee & Peter Mather; Bangladesh: Mahmadul Karim, Anwara Begum Shelly & Md. Abdul Wahab; Brazil: Helenice Pereira de Barros, Eudes Correia, Margarete Mallasen & Sandra Maria Xavier Pinheiro; Brunei Darussalam: Idris Hj Abd Hamid; Chile: Stephen Pope; China: Jiaxin Chen, Simon

Funge-Smith, Li SiFa & Miao Weimin; Costa Rica: Harold Phillips; East Africa: John Balarin & Charles Ngugi; Egypt: Sherif Sadek; France: Denis Lacroix; Fiji: Avinash Singh & Tim Pickering; French Polynesia: Gerard Cuzon; Guadeloupe: Patrick Bouchet, Frederic Gaumet & Francois Herman; Guatemala: Luis Arturo Lopez Paredes; Honduras: Wayne Toyofuku & Alberto Zelaya; Iceland: Stephen Pope; India: C. Mohanakumaran Nair, N. Narayanan Nampoothiry & K.R. Salin; Indonesia: Endhay Kusnendar & Maskur; Iran: Abbas Matinfar; Israel: Ilan Karplus & Amir Sagi; Italy: Alessandro Lovatelli; Jamaica: Karl Aiken & Fred Hanley; Japan: Mitsutaku Makino; Malaysia: Muhamad Hatta Bin Haji Mahmud, Tan Geik Hong, Zainoddin Jamari, Ng Chee Kiat, Ng Siow Leng, K.J. Rao, Khairul Nizam Abdul Samad & Khoo Eng Wah; Martinique: Frederic Gaumet & Jean-Claude Falguiere; Mauritius: A. Laxminarayana; Mexico: Porfirio Alvarez, Lorenzo M. Juarez, & Martha Patricia HernĂ¡ndez Ver-gara; Myanmar: U Khin Ko Lay, Nyan Taw & U Soe Tun; Nepal: Tek Bahadur Gurung, Gagan Pradhan, Gurung Bahadur Thapa & Arjun Bahadur Thapa; New Zealand: Stephen Pope; New Caledonia: Bernard Fao & Liet Chim; Nepal: Gagan Pradhan & Gurung Bahadur Thipa; Nigeria: Patricia E. Anyanwu; Paraguay: Ulf Wijkstrom; Pacific Islands: Tim Pickering & Ben Ponia; Pakistan: Mohammed Moazzam Khan & Junaid Wattoo; Panama: Giovanna Melissa Dolande Bustos, Richard Pretto & Nely Serrano; Paraguay: Nelly Alvarenga; Philippines: Maria Lourdes A. Cuvin-Aralar; Puerto Rico: Dallas Alston; Reunion: Frederic Gaumet; Russian Federation: Andrew Bogeruk, Irina Lukanova & Vladimir Pospelov; Singapore: Renee Chou; Sri Lanka: A. M. Jayasekara & Elmo Weerakoon; Taiwan, Republic of China: I-Chiu Liao & Nao-Hsien Chao; Thailand: Mali Boonyaratpalin, Stephen Goddard, Has-sanai Kongkeo, Vicki Schwantes, Sombat Siripanwaraporn & Naruepon Sukumasavin; Uruguay: Ulf Wijkstrom; USA: Harry Ako & Craig Upstrom; Vanuatu: Sompert Gereva; Vietnam: Simon Funge-Smith, Tran Ngoc Hai, Lam My

Lan, Truong Trong Nghia, Dinh The Nhan & Nguyen Thanh Phuong; Wallis & Fortuna: Service de Peche; West Africa:

Janet Brown.

How To Have A Perfect Boating Experience

How To Have A Perfect Boating Experience

Lets start by identifying what exactly certain boats are. Sometimes the terminology can get lost on beginners, so well look at some of the most common boats and what theyre called. These boats are exactly what the name implies. They are meant to be used for fishing. Most fishing boats are powered by outboard motors, and many also have a trolling motor mounted on the bow. Bass boats can be made of aluminium or fibreglass.

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