• 23 December 2019

    IFOP is part of stock improvement and restockinginternational symposium

    With two presentations entitled “Small-scale aquaculture, emergent habitats and opportunities for stocking of targeted species” and “Restocking in Chile: identifying research gaps and implementation challenges for an ecosystemic approach” Department of Repopulation and Cultivation of the Aquaculture Division researcher , Luis Henríquez, participated in the sixth version of the International Stock Enhancement and Sea Ranching


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  • 6 January 2020

    Scientific vessel analyze anchovy stock and common sardine between Valparaíso and Los Lagos regions.

    The scientific expedition will last 31 days. In 2019 7 cruises were made with a total of 233 days of annual operation On January 4th at 11 p.m.,Abate Molina scientific ship, from Fisheries Development Institute, (IFOP) sailed from Valparaíso’s port to evaluate and characterize commons, through the hydroacoustic method, during the maximum recruitment period and


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  • 23 December 2019

    IFOP carries out a new manual on macroalgae crops

    It is free and serves as educational material The Fisheries Development Institute (IFOP) Repopulation and Cultivation Department has published the“Cultivation of macroalgae: Diversification of Small-scale Aquaculture in Chile” manual . The compendium is part of the results of the “Integral Program of Algae Aquaculture Development for Artisanal Fishermen” -stage 2, executed since 2018 in the


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