American students learn from Filipino aquaculture experts
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A group of American students are currently in the country to study the Filipinos’ success in fisheries. An American professor from the University of Rhode Island recently brought a group of American students to the Philippines, particularly to the Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR) center in Dagupan, for a course devoted to Philippine aquaculture. Dr. Michael Rice of the Department of Fisheries, Animal and Veterinary Sciences of the University of Rhode Island, told The STAR that they have embarked on an intensive study of aquaculture here as part of an Aquaculture Fishery Science 492 course which has a special topic named Aquaculture in the Philippines. He brought nine of his students here.
Visperas, E. (2015, January 11). American students learn from Filipino aquaculture experts. Philippine Star, p. B3.
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Fisheries; Education; Curricula; Aquaculture; Warm-water aquaculture; Research; Aquaculture products; Research institutions; Harvesting; Trade; Indigenous knowledge; Ecotourism; Ecological balance; University of Rhode Island; Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources (BFAR); Department of Fisheries, Animal and Veterinary Sciences - University of Rhode Island; BFAR-National Integrated Fisheries Technology Development Center; BFAR Dagupan; Rice, Michael; Rosario, Westly; Rosario, Westremundo
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