ASCOT Holds In-House Review 2015

The ASCOT Research and Development Office conducted the Annual Agency In-House Review of On-going and Completed Research Projects 2015 last Friday, August 14, 2015 at the ICTC Audio Visual Room, ASCOT Zabali Campus, Baler, Aurora. This year’s In-house Review featured 13 research projects under the Research Category, Development Category and Thesis Category which were evaluated continue reading : ASCOT Holds In-House Review 2015

ASCOT – AMRDI Staffs Undergo Fish And Coral Monitoring Techniques Training

“To equip AMRDI staff with the requisite skill for undertaking fish and coral reef research and monitoring ”, this was the objective of the training on Manta tow, Fish Visual Census (FVC) and Line Intercept Transect (LIT) monitoring techniques held at Brgy. Ditawini, Dinalungan, Aurora, June 11-19, 2013. Among the participants of the training were continue reading : ASCOT – AMRDI Staffs Undergo Fish And Coral Monitoring Techniques Training

ASCOT – AMRDI Training and Expedition on Marine Macrobenthic Flora

ASCOT-AMRDI Seaweed Assessment Training Ice cream. Gelatin. Soap.Toothpaste. Herbal medicine. For decades, seaweeds have been utilized for its commercial importance. Aside from the edible seaweeds such as Arusip or Lato and Pansit-pansitan, some seaweed species are even cultured and harvested for commercial use. But aside from its socio-economic importance, seaweed community plays a very important continue reading : ASCOT – AMRDI Training and Expedition on Marine Macrobenthic Flora