Brochure M.V.SEAFDEC 2
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In June 2002, the Government of Japan approved the construction of a Fishery Research and Training Vessel capable of conducting fishery surveys and training operations in coastal ASEAN waters, along with procurement of the requisite fishing gear, fishing machinery, and survey equipment. This was in response to resolutions passed at the ASEAN-SEAFDEC Millennium Conference which highlighted the need for investigation of the potential of fishes resources,and establishment and implementation of comprehensive policies for innovative fisheries management in the region. The construction of the new vessel, M.V. SEAFDEC 2, was completed in the fall of 2003 and it was officially launched at Niigata, Japan on 6 December 2003.
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Kaewnuratchadasorn, Pattarajit; Laongmanee, Penchan; Arnupapboon, Sukchai; Sukramongkol, Natinee; Pradit, Siriporn; Rajruchithong, Sutee (Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center / Training Department, 2003-07)Tuna purse seine surveys in the Eastern Indian Ocean have been conducted by MV SEAFDEC of the Training Department of SEAFDEC since 1993. There were 87 fishing operations. The total catches was 1,945.55 tons with average ...
Cruise Report on Research Activity, M.V.SEAFDEC 2 Cruise No. 28-1/2008, 3 March – 4 April 2008 : Fishery Resources Survey in the Andaman Sea of Thailand Unknown author (Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2008-04)
Sukramongkol, Natinee; Kaewnuratchadasorn, Pattarajit; Arnupapboon, Sukchai (Training Department, Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center, 2002-09)This preliminary result is concerning biological features of tuna catches from the first sampling onboard M.V. SEAFDEC. The data analysis of this part would certainly support for the study on by-catch composition of tuna ...