Sustainable aquaculture: Presentation of fellows' final projects

Sustainable aquaculture: Presentation of fellows' final projects The second set of presentations will focus on sustainable aquaculture and take place at

Sustainable aquaculture: Presentation of fellows' final projects

In the coming days our fellows will present the final projects which they have been working on over the last three months under the supervision of specialists from our Icelandic partner institutes.

The presentations are open to the general public. It is a great opportunity for everyone to learn about the challenges of fisheries all over the developing world.

The second set of presentations will focus on sustainable aquaculture and take place at Verið /Sauðárkróki, Tuesday February 20th from 10:00.

Details are as follows:

 Time

 

Fellow

Country

Project

10:00-10:20

Yetunde E. Ibiwoye

Nigeria

ASSESSMENT OF BROODSTOCK MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN NIGERIA

10.20-10:40

Yves Merlin Ndjonjip

Cameroon

EFFECT OF LIVE FEED ON GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF ARCTIC CHARR JUVENILES

10:40-11:00

Kate St. Mark

Saint Lucia

FEED FORMULATION AND FEED QUALITY ASSESSMENT FOR TILAPIA FARMING IN SAINT LUCIA

11:00-11:20

Keith Johanis Bennett Wilson

Nicaragua

THE FATTY ACID COMPOSITION OF ENRICH ARTEMIA AND LARVAE REARING OVERVIEW OF COMMON SNOOK

11:20-11:40

Simon Peter Sserwambala

Uganda

VIABILITY OF AQUAQULTURE IN UGANDA

11:40-12:00

Koena Gloria Seanego

South Africa

An environmental approach to inland cage culture in South African Dams.

 


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