Crustacean program for Eastern Visayas
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Sustainable production of crustaceans in Eastern Visayas is expected to be achieved following the conduct of different research and development initiatives.This welcome development will be conducted and implemented by the Samar State University (SSU). This initiative was approved under the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Science for Change Program, Accelerated Research and Development (R&D) Program for Capacity Building of Research and Development Institutions and Industrial Competitiveness-Niche Centers in the different regions for R&D (NICER).
Yap, J. Jr. (2018, June 29). Crustacean program for Eastern Visayas. Panay News, p. 12.
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Crustacean culture; Research; Financing; Marine crustaceans; Overexploitation; Fishing; Fishers; Programmes; Portunus pelagicus; Samar State University (SSU); Department of Science and Technology (DOST); Marine Resources Research Division (MRRD); Philippine Council for Agriculture, Aquatic and Natural Resources Research and Development (PCAARRD); Center for Fisheries and Aquatic Resources Research and Development; Ebora, Reynaldo; Acedera, Mari-Ann; Racuyal, Jesus T.; Diocton, Renato; Orale, Ronald
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