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Fellows’ Hafró open seminar

16 April 2023
Fellows’ Hafró open seminar

Monday April 17 from 08:45 to 12:00 -- the first fellows' open seminar, in a series of four, focuses on Aquatic Resource Assessment and Monitoring.

It will be hosted by the Marine and Freshwater Research Institute, Fornubúðum 5 Hafnarfirði (Conference Room 1st floor).

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As this year’s six-month training programme draws to an end, GRÓ-FTP graduating fellows present and discuss results of their research here in Iceland.

It’s a great opportunity to learn about the challenges developing countries are facing in their fisheries and aquaculture sectors!


Time Fellow Country Supervisor(s) Title
08:45 Abigail Damaris Quiroz Belize Jónas Jónasson &
Will Butler
Stock Assessment of Caribbean Spiny Lobster in Belize
09:15 Kurt Hilton Dominica Jónas Jónasson &
Will Butler
Assessment of Demersal Reef Fisheries in the Commonwealth of Dominica
09:45 Makeba Brandie
Ayanna Felix
Saint Lucia Einar Hjörleifsson & Warsha Singh Evaluation of the Trends in Fish Landings Distribution and Fishing Effort in Saint Lucia from 1995-2021
10:30 Ernest Ndimulunde Frans Namibia Julian Mariano Burgos & Magnús Thorlacius Assessment of the Namibian Hake Demersal
Longline Fishery Based on Logbook Data
11:00 Ester Magano Nangolo Namibia Klara Jakobsdóttir, Haraldur Einarsson & Kristján Kristinsson Assessing the Possibility of Combining
Monkfish Directed with Hake Directed
Annual Biomass Surveys in Namibia
11:30 Nduwayesu Evarist Uganda Teresa Silva
& Sandra Rybicki
Establishing the Hydroacoustics Survey Protocol of Major Commercial Fish Species in Lake Albert, Uganda

More information about all the seminars is available here.