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Palau State officials visit SEAFDEC/AQD

By Development Communication Section

Thirteen officials and staff from Ngatpang and Ngarchelong States of Palau toured SEAFDEC/AQD facilities on 17-18 March 2016.

The visitors’ first stop was at SEAFDEC/AQD’s Tigbauan Main Station, where they met with SEAFDEC/AQD officials and visited hatchery facilities for marine fish, tilapia, sandfish, abalone, and mud crab. They also dropped by SEAFDEC/AQD’s feed mill plant before touring the research facilities at the Dumangas Brackishwater Station.

On the second day, the Palauan visitors went to see the facilities at Igang Marine Station in Nueva Valencia, Guimaras.

SEAFDEC/AQD Research Division Head Dr. Evelyn Grace Ayson shows to the visitors from Palau the marine fish species produced in SEAFDEC/AQD’s hatchery
SEAFDEC/AQD Research Division Head Dr. Evelyn Grace Ayson shows to the visitors from Palau the marine fish species produced in SEAFDEC/AQD’s hatchery
Visitors from Palau at SEAFDEC/AQD’s Dumangas Brackishwater Station
Visitors from Palau at SEAFDEC/AQD’s Dumangas Brackishwater Station
Palauan guests at SEAFDEC/AQD’s Igang Marine Station
Palauan guests at SEAFDEC/AQD’s Igang Marine Station

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