North Carolina State University
University of Arizona (US); Central Luzon State University; Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Centre Aquaculture Division (Philippines); Ujung Batee Aquaculture Center (Indonesia)
Kevin Fitzsimmons; Upton Hatch (US); Hasan Hasanuddin; Coco Kokarkin (Indonesia); Remedios Bolivar; Evelyn Grace T. de Jesus-Ayson; Maria Rovialla J. Luhan (Philippines)
Part of the AquaFish Project: Improved Cost Effectiveness and Sustainability of Aquaculture in the Philippines and Indonesia
1. Provide training for and assess the impact of technologies and management practices that can improve incomes for small-scale aquaculture farmers in the Philippines and Indonesia. 2. Conduct extension activities and assess the impact of feed reduction strategies on tilapia culture in Central Luzon, Philippines 3. Enhance capacity building, provide training and assess impacts of alternative feeding practices, integrative culture systems, and value-added processing for milkfish production across a broader range of the Philippines. 4. Assess impacts of seaweed polyculture on fish and shrimp farming in Aceh, Indonesia 5. Produce podcast modules to promote outreach and impacts of AquaFish CRSP research in the Philippines, Indonesia and other host country sites in Southeast Asia, Latin American and Africa.