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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Deputy Director
Department Fisheries management
Institution
Institute of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (ISH), University of Douala ( ISH)
Department of Oceanography, Institute of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, University of Douala, P.O Box 2701-DOUALA-CAMEROUN Douala 2701
Address
The University of Douala, Pobox: 2701, Douala
Douala
237
Regions Mediterranean Sea - Western Basin
Tel +237 99 93 25 53
Fax +237 33 40 71 28
Email
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Website http://www.univ-douala;com
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree Ph.D thesis in Fisheries economics, submitted for defense; veterinary Doctor, M.A in Economic policy and management
Job type Teaching/Education , Research
Research Area(s) Fisheries, Aquaculture , Policy, Law, Economics, Management , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Policy, Law, Economics, Management
Research Activities Fisheries economics and management Aquaculture economics translation of documents french to english
Research Region Central Africa
Working languages English and French
Skills/Expertise Fisheries economics and bioeconomic modeling; veterinary medicine and sciences; MCS; Fish stock assessment; fisheries management and aquaculture
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Dr Meke Soung PIERRE NOLASQUE)

- Document Economie et PĂȘche 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: 2013-06-13 Last Updated: 2013-06-13