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C. Part, This part will ask you about your response to hypothetical change in Tonle Sap fishery

, Views/perceptions under possible policy/future conditions Some studies show that because of the ongoing development of dam construction in the Upper Mekong Basin, climate change and urbanization, there will be four possible situations in the future: (a) 50% reduction of fish production in Tonle Sap Lake, (b) Increased agricultural land due to changes in flood plain habitats, (c) Creation of more jobs due to the urbanization and increased economic activities in urban centers or

, Assuming one or more of these conditions arise in the future, then how would your livelihood be affected and how would you allocate and manage your resources. 12 What type of illegal fishing occurs?