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SEAFDEC IFRDMD RESEARCHER ATTENDING THE TRAINING ON INLAND FISHERY RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION
Activity 26 Januari 2016


Researcher from Biology and Resource Assessment Section of SEAFDEC IFRDMD, Dr. Safran Makmur spent a fortnight in Japan to take part in the training program on inland fishery resources management and conservation. The event was organized by Marino Forum 21 of Japan during 18-31 October 2015, with the program aimed to enhance the SEAFDEC IFRDMD researcher capacity working on the compilation of data statistics and information at regional level for making management and conservation recommendation on inland fishery resources. Specifically, the program was meant to make the participant to betterunderstand the nature of inland fishery resources, particularly the available methodology and analysis. This can address problems relevant to the utilization of inland fishery resources, as well as to gain knowledge in coming up with comprehensive information useful and beneficial for countries in the region.

 

The training course was culminated with a study visit to the Fisheries Agencies of Japan (FRA) Hiroshima, Shiga Prefectural Fisheries Experimental Station Kyoto, Nagano Prefectural Fisheries Experimental Station Kanazawa, National Research Institute of Aquaculture Ueda Laboratory Kanazawa, National Research Institute of Aquaculture Nikko Laboratory, Market fish Tsukiji and Tokyo Sea Life Park, which gave opportunity to the SEAFDEC IFRDMD researcher to discuss with concerned officers and researchers on the methodology, tools, and process/mechanism of analyse fishery data and information based on existing data. The results of analysis is used to recommend the management and conservation in the inland fishery resources. (by: dina_mth)

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