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United Nations University - Fisheries Training Programme Theses

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2015 Larique Hackshaw Evaluating and developing a market-driven value chain that provides high quality fresh fish products for the local market in Antigua and Barbuda
2014 Cylena Andrews  
2014 Kimberly Cooke-Panton An Analysis of Puerulus settlement of the Caribbean Spiny Lobster (Panulirus argus) stock in Jamaica with Practical Management Recommendations
2014 Jullan Defoe Development and Application of Quality Index Method Scheme for fresh farmed Atlantic Salmon (salmo salar) Fillets and Wholefish
2013 Lucine Edwards  
2012 Alisa Martin Conservation of Fresh Golden Redfish (Sebastes Marinus) Fillets: Influence of Bleeding, Modified Atmosphere Packing Using Different Gas Mixtures and Superchilling on Quality Deterioration
2012 Tricia Lovell Towards a Management Plan for Antigua and Barbuda’s Queen Conch Fishery: A Co-management Approach
2012 Murielle Felix Supply Chain Analysis for Fresh Seafood in Haiti
2011  Netty Martowitono Efficiency of Cleaning and Disinfection on Fish Contact Surfaces
2011 Yvonne Edwin An Appraisal of the Fisheries Data Collection System in Saint Lucia
2011  Stay-Ann Gray An Economic & Production Assessment Model for Ornamental Fish Production in Jamica
2010 Ricardo A. Morris A Bioeconomic Analysis of the Jamaican Industrial Spiny Lobster (Panulirus Argus) Fishery
2010 Rolerick H. Sobers Bioeconomic Analysis of the Flyingfish Fishery in Barbados
2009 Anginette O. Martin-Murray The Use of Production Models and Length Frequwncy Data in Stock Assessments in Jamaica Fisheries, Building on the Caribbean Spiny Lobster Onservations
2009 Mauro Gongora Assessment of the Spiny Lobster (Panulirus argus) of Belize based on Fishery-Depaendent Data
2009 Maren Hedley Harvesting of Flying in the Eastern Caribbean: A Bioeconomic Perspective
2007 June Masters-Gordon The use of surplus production models and length frequency data in stock assessment: Explorations using Greenland Halibut Observations
2007  Dawn M. A. Maison Management of Inshore Artisanal Fisheries in Guyana: A Co-management Approach
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