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SEAFDEC/IFRDMD opens recruitment for research assistant

SEAFDEC/IFRDMD opens recruitment for research assistant starting from March 30, 2021-April 6, 2021. These are the requirements: Hold Bachelor's degree of Biology or fisheries Able to use English actively Able to prepare samples for DNA analysis Able to operate DNA analysis instrument (e.g electrophoresis, PCR, etc) Male/ female max 30 years old on 31 December 2021 Willing to work under pressure The application is sent to email ifrdmd.adm@gmail.com or delivered directly to SEAFDEC/IFRDMD administration…

Chief of SEAFDEC/IFRDMD attends The Regional Workshop on the Study of the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Fisheries Sector of…

The Regional Workshop on the Study of the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Fisheries Sector of ASEAN-SEAFDEC Member Countries was held online on 24 February 2021 through Zoom application and was officially opened by the Secretary General of SEAFDEC, Ms. Malinee Smithrithee. She welcomed the participants and explained the purpose of the Webinar specifically aimed at reviewing and assessing the impact of COVID-19 on the fisheries and aquaculture sector in Southeast Asia. Furthermore, this Webinar aimed to share…

Charles Sturt University and IFRDMD/SEAFDEC have organized a Virtual Training of Research Assistant

Maintaining migration pathways of fish is paramount important to protect fish from extinction. Fish need to migrate for accessing spawning, feeding, or nursery ground. River fragmentation has disrupted fish migration and prevents fish from completing the life cycle, and in the end, it can reduce fish recruitment in the river system. Barriers to fish migration can be natural or artificial. The development of water infrastructures such as dams, weirs, tidal gates, barrages, and bridges can block fish migration routes. By 2019,…

Regular Survey for Eel Catch Sampling Survey Activity in Pelabuhan Ratu, Indonesia

Survey team led by SEAFDEC/IFRDMD carried out Regular Survey for Eel Catch Sampling Survey Activity in Pelabuhan Ratu, West Java, Indonesia on 12-15 February 2021. This survey is a part of the project on “Development of Stock Assessment Method and Strengthening of Resources Management Measures for Tropical Anguillid Eel in Southeast Asia” supported by SEAFDEC/JAIF Project Phase II.    During the survey, the team visited Cimandiri and Cikaso Rivers for representative eel’s fishing ground in West Java. Those rivers are well…