• 29 August 2019

    IFOP invites to CHONOS difussion workshop: Oceanography at the community service

      It’s free and it will take place on Tuesday, September 10th at Hotel Esmeralda (Esmeralda St nº266) in Castro city between 09:00 and 13:00 hrs. It is the second year in a row, that Fisheries Development Institute will hold an informative workshop that will be taught by IFOP’s physical oceanography group in Castro (chonos.ifop.cl),


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  • 13 September 2019

    Dr. Ray Hilborn visited IFOP from Washington University

    He is a marine biologist and fishery scientist, known for his work in conservation and natural resources management in the context of fishing. He is currently a professor of aquatic and fisheries sciences at Washington University . It focuses on conservation, natural resource management, fishery stock assessment and risk analysis, and advises several international fishing


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  • 12 September 2019

    Australian aquaculture repopulation expert visits Chile

    Between September 1rst and 8th, Dr. Matthew Taylor visited Chile invited by Fisheries Development Institute.   Dr. Matthew Taylor is a Principal Investigator and Acting Director of the Port Stephens Fisheries Institute under the Department of Primary Industries of New South Wales, Australia. It has more than 100 scientific publications and has developed numerous studies


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  • The presence of sharks means health in our ecosystems

    Shark Working Group met in the Valparaíso Region to discuss various topics on sharks and rays conservation and management. In Viña del Mar, a Shark Working Group (GT-Sharks) was formed, consisting of a team of researchers dedicated to these species study in Chile, this entity advises the Undersecretariat of Fisheries and Aquaculture on these species


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  • 26 August 2019

    Workshop on Management Areas is organized y IFOP and The Nature Conservancy

    In Valparaíso, consultants, experts and authorities linked to fisheries administration regime of the Benthic Resources Management and Exploitation Areas (AMERB) met to discuss direct assessment standard methodologies for brown algae, hard bottomed and soft bottoms invertebrates . The activity was organized by IFOP Fisheries Development Institute within the framework of the Fisheries Monitoring Program under


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  • 13 September 2019

    Abate Molina Scientific Ship sets out to evaluate bio-oceanographic conditions and anchovy spawning stock evaluation.

    Between Arica and Parinacota, and Antofagasta regions. Tomorrow, Saturday, September 14th , from Valparaíso’s Port , Abate Molina IFOP’s scientific vessel sets sail with a staff of 30 people, the captain of the ship is Takashi Abe Pellisa; The research journey will last 33 days. The cruise aim is to evaluate anchovy spawning stock and


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