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Details of Mrs. Katty Riquelme   


Gender female
Job title Marine Biologist
Department EPOMAR (Assessment Marine Populations)
University of Concepcion, Chile ( UDEC)
Departamento Oceanografia y Centro COPAS Edificio Oceanografia 2do piso Barrio Universitario Concepcion
Regions Black Sea
Nationality Chile
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Degree MSci Marine Sciences
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Fisheries, Aquaculture , Fisheries, Aquaculture
Research Activities I am interested in developing my knowledge in fisheries management.
Research Region 72, 84
Skills/Expertise I oriented my studies towards a better understanding of the different biological processes that regulate the populations of commercially valuable fish species. Stock assessment of common anchovies and sardines. Population indicators to evaluate the fishery status.
Comments Internship at IODE for one month.
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Mrs. Katty RIQUELME)

International Scientific Journals: Cubillos, L.A., Ruiz, P., Claramunt, G., Núñez, S., Castro, L., Riquelme, K., Alarcón, C., Oyarzún, C., A., Sepúlveda, 2007. Spawning, daily egg production, and spawning stock biomass estimation for common sardine (Strangomera bentincki) and anchovy (Engraulis ringens) off central-south Chile in 2002. Fisheries Research, Volume 86, Issues 2-3, September 2007, Pag. 228-240. Riquelme K., A., Llanos, L., Cubillos & L., Castro. 2006. A temperature dependent model of yolk sac larval development and the effects of the addition of yolk sac larvae data on the estimations of Po in the DEPM. Report of the SPACC Meeting on Small Pelagic Fish Spawning Habitat Dynamics and the Daily Egg Production Method, 14-16 of January, 2004. Published in GLOBEC Report 2004, 22: 55-56. National Scientific Journals: Cubillos, L.A., Riquelme, K. & B., Ernst. Latitudinal changes in the pelagic fisheries of Hake (Macruronus magellanicus) in the central southern zone (1986-2003). Latin American Journal of Aquatic Research. 37(2): 121-129, 2009.

Group(s): IODE
Created: 2012-02-28 Last Updated: 2014-07-10 by Katty RIQUELME