• 2 September 2020

    IFOP and MarViva got awarded a project to reduce incidental catch of leatherback turtles in the Eastern Pacific in spinel fisheries in northern Chile

    Through funds from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, it will have a two years execution period, it will develop binational capacity against threats that affect the leatherback turtle. On August 15th, an agreement was signed between Fundación MarViva (Costa Rica) and Fishing Development Institute (Chile) to execute the bi-national project called ”(Reduce incidental catch


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  • 28 August 2020

    “IFOP is a source of pride for Chile and it is necessary that its work in defense of aquaculture resources and environment be known”

    Luis Parot explains that Fishing Development Institute (IFOP) is the applied research institution that has the largest territorial presence and advanced human capital to carry out environmental monitoring of aquaculture industry and research climatic change impacts on the whole ecosystem. -What IFOP aims for ? – Fishing and aquaculture applied research. It generates public value


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  • 21 September 2020

    Chile participates in Joint Regional Cruise coordinated by South Pacific Permanent Commission

    Colombia, Ecuador, Peru are also part of this. Between September 20th and October 15th, Chilean Fisheries Development Institute (IFOP) is carrying out the cruise associated to “Spawning stock of anchovy bio-oceanographic conditions and evaluation annual project. between Arica and Antofagasta regions, year 2020 ” This cruise called MOBIO-MPH is in charge of Dr. Jessica Bonicelli


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  • 15 September 2020

    IFOP:2020 Cruises for spawning anchovy stock evaluation in Atacama and Coquimbo regions.

    The Daily Egg Production Method has been applied in Atacama and Coquimbo Regions between 2015 and 2020. Along with being a piece of information for the annual evaluation of anchovy stock, it allows studying temporal and spatial variations of reproductive parameters . Complementarily, environment study makes it possible to evaluate exogenous factors, such as available


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  • 21 September 2020

    IFOP invites to a Workshop to inform about program results of: “Monitoring Caligus rogercresseyi resistance to antiparasitics applied in national salmon farming (Stage III)”.

    Link to the event: Google Meet: meet.google.com/zvr-brrb-bos Tomorrow, Tuesday, September 22nd, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Through Meet platform, Fisheries Development Institute will hold this Workshop in order to inform”Monitoring the resistance of Caligus rogercresseyi to antiparasitics applied in national salmon farming (Stage III)”. program results. Currently, this program is financed by the Ministry


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  • 23 September 2020

    (Español) Resultados del programa “Vigilancia de la resistencia de Caligus rogercresseyi a antiparasitarios aplicados en la salmonicultura nacional (Etapa III)”.

    Sorry, this entry is only available in European Spanish.


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  • 7 September 2020

    First study about crab fishing increase and expansion in Los Lagos and Aysén Regions is published

    From 2010 up to date, the number of individuals and areas of crab catches in Los Lagos and Aysén region have increased, reaching 5 to 7 times more than in previous years. Per kilogram world value increase and other species of Lithodidae stocks decrease in the world, the family to which our spider crab belongs,


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  • 3 September 2020

    IFOP project registers nearly 800 cetaceans sightings

    Sighting consists of species identification, counting of number of animals sighted, their activity and also environmental data collection. In total, 12 species of cetaceans have been registered, the most sighted are fin whale, dark dolphin, cachalot, common dolphins and blue whale. Highly Migratory Resources Monitoring project, Ecosystemic Approach, of IFOP Oceanography and Environment Department, has


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