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Details of Dr Pierre Nolasque MEKE SOUNG   


PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Deputy director
Department Fisheries Economics
Institution
Address
Institute of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, The University of Douala at Yabassi, Cameroon PO Box , 2701 , Douala, Cameroon
Douala
+237
Cameroon
Regions Mediterranean Sea - Western Basin
Tel +237 99 93 25 53
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Job type Teaching/Education , Research , Natural Resource Management , Institutional Management
Research Area(s) Fisheries, Aquaculture , Marine Biotechnology, Marine Products , Policy, Law, Economics, Management , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Marine Biotechnology, Marine Products , Policy, Law, Economics, Management
Research Activities Fisheries economics and management Aquaculture economics

The institute is involved in training of five options: fisheries management; Aquaculture; aquatic ecosystems management;Oceanography; fish processing and quality control from undergraduates to graduates(Master degree and Ph.D) Administration (writting letters and reports) Human resources management; planning of lectures and time table
Research Region Africa, Gulf of Guinea
Skills/Expertise Fisheries economics Aquaculture economics Fish stock assessment MCS and fight agaisnt IUU fishing Participation to scientific cruises on board the research vessel; Dr Fridtjoff Nansen in 2004; 2005; 2006,2007 as team leader and use of Nansis
Comments Consultant for many FAO projects.
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr Pierre Nolasque MEKE SOUNG)

- The Sustainable Management of the Marine Fisheries in Cameroon:A Bioeconomic Analysis of The Trawl Fisheries in IIFET TANZANIA 2012 proceedings. 12 pages. - Document Economie et Pêche au Cameroun, 2012 CEEAC/COREP/ NEPAD - Effects of IUU fishing on coastal fishermen: the Case of Cameroon. Proceedings of the 3rd Global Fisheries Workshop Training, Maputo, 1st- 5th March 2011. Mozambique. -Impacts of trawl fishing on biodiversity in Cameroon, Proceedings of the workshop on : Research training and Development versus Issues on Biologic Diversity Preservation for poverty alleviation. Yabassi 31st May – 02nd June 2010. Institute of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, The University of Douala. ‘The scientific observers programme as a tool for sustainable management of the marine trawl fishing in Cameroon. Proceedings of the 6th International Fisheries Conference on Scientific observers and monitoring. Portland, Maine, USA.17-22 july 2009. ‘Economic and financial performance of the Cameroon trawl fishing industry, proceedings of the Workshop on Harmonization meeting, Douala, 19-20 December 2007, FAO/GEF/UNEP, project.’ ‘Economic and financial performance of the Cameroon trawl fishing industry, proceedings of the Workshop on Harmonization meeting, Douala, 19-20 December 2007, FAO/GEF/UNEP, project.’ ‘Constraints and financial Profitability to the Exploitation of Natural Resources: the case of Aquaculture fish production in Cameroon in IIFET 2004, Japan Proceedings, 14 pages.’ ‘Country Report: A synthesis of Cameroon fisheries issues, The Guinea Current Large Marine Ecosystem Fisheries book, (GCLME) Accra, December 2006.


Created: 2013-01-03 Last Updated: 2013-01-03