Report on the Regional Technical Meeting the Evaluation of the Collaborative Research Survey on Marine Fisheries and Marine Environment in the Gulf of Thailand, 8-9 January 2019
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The Regional Technical Meeting (RTM) on the Evaluation of the Collaborative Research Survey on Marine Fisheries and Marine Environment in the Gulf of Thailand was organized at the SEAFDEC Training Department from 8 to 9 January 2019 as supported by the Japanese Trust Fund VI under the Project Offshore Fisheries Resources Exploration in Southeast Asia. The RTM was attended by the representatives from the fisheries agencies of SEAFDEC Member Countries namely: the Department of Fisheries, Thailand (DoF Thailand), the Fisheries Administration of Cambodia (FiA), the Directorate of Fisheries (D-FISH) and the Research Institute for Marine Fisheries (RIMF) of Viet Nam, the representatives from the environment agencies namely: the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources (DMCR) of Thailand, the Office of Atoms for Peace of Thailand (OAP), researchers and scientists from the local institutions in Thailand namely: Chulalongkorn University (CU), Burapha University (BUU), Kasetsart University (KU) as well as the SEAFDEC Secretary-General, Deputy Secretary-General, and the Staffs of SEAFDEC Training Department. The Expected Output of the RTM were: 1) Updated information on the preliminary findings and results of the survey; 2) An agreement upon the revision of the proposed research topics; 3) Set-up timeframe for the samples and data analysis and its follow up actions in the future; 4) Contact persons for each research topic category for the follow-up action; 5) An agreement upon the information and data sharing schemes among participating countries and agencies.
SEAFDEC/TD (2019). Report on the Regional Technical Meeting the Evaluation of the Collaborative Research Survey on Marine Fisheries and Marine Environment in the Gulf of Thailand. Samut Prakan, Thailand: Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center.
- Fishery Biology