• 6 January 2021

    Abate Molina Scientific vessel begins 2021 with a cruise that will investigate anchovy and common sardines

    The ship has 5,510 days of operation and 234 cruises since 1991, which arrived in Chile, donated by Japan Government to Chilean Government . On January 5th, scientific vessel Abate Molina, from Fisheries Development Institute (IFOP) set sail with 27 professionals and technicians from Valparaíso’s port ; to characterize and evaluate anchovy and common sardine


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  • 22 January 2021

    IFOP Coquimbo participates on brown algae technical meeting

    In this activity, developed within regional interest FIC project framework , called “Monitoring via web of biomass and distribution of brown algae”, executed by Universidad Católica del Norte (UCN), both general scope and technical aspects of the project, where commitment to develop a Web Geographic Information System that can be consulted online was highlighted that


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  • 21 January 2021

    IFOP invites to CHONOS online dissemination workshop

    During the summer of 2021 IFOP will hold a new dissemination workshop entitled “Oceanography and Numerical Modeling in Fjords and Channels of Patagonia” and which will be given by the Oceanography and Climate group of IFOP in Castro (chonos.ifop.cl). Due to COVID-19 pandemic current health contingency it will be carried remotely in 2 sessions via


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  • 14 January 2021

    Fisheries Development Institute and Universidad de Tarapacá sign collaboration agreement

    Fisheries Development Institute (IFOP) and Universidad de Tarapacá have just signed an agreement wich aims to establish general collaboration basis between Universidad de Tarapaca through its Marine and Limnological Studies Center (CEMYL) of the Sciences Faculty and Mechanical Engineering Faculty Department , and IFOP, through its Fisheries Research and Aquaculture Research Divisions, to strengthen cooperative


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  • 20 January 2021

    IFOP will implement a monitoring network for brown algae from the Arica and Parinacota Region to the Coquimbo Region to obtain indicators that contribute to management.

    Fishing Development Institute(IFOP) was awarded FIPA 2020-34 project “Monitoring plan Proposal for status and extractive activity of brown algae in the maritime area of ​​the Arica and Parinacota Region until the Region of Coquimbo design and implementation ”, which will allow gathering relevant information for management. The project general objective that will last 28 months


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