Marketing and Economics

CTSA Year Project Title Location Funding Institution(s)
1989 A Market Study of Pacific Giant Clam Products, Year 02 Hawaii $79,600 University of Hawaii at Manoa, University of Guam, and University of Queensland
1990 A Market Study of Pacific Giant Clam Products, Year 03 Hawaii $30,000 University of Hawaii at Manoa, University of Guam, and University of Queensland
1988 A Market Study of Pacific Giant Clam Products, Year 1 Hawaii $53,200

University of Hawaii at Manoa, University of Guam, and University of Queensland

1991 Aquaculture Marketing Assistance Program for Guam, Year 01 Guam $16,907 University of Guam
1990 Aquaculture Marketing Assistance Program for Hawaii, Year 01 Hawaii $3,500 Hawaii Aquaculture Development Program
1991 Aquaculture Marketing Assistance Program for Hawaii, Year 02 Hawaii $30,000 Hawaii Aquaculture Development Program
2010 Assessing Hawaii‘s Aquaculture Farm and Industry Performance, Years 1 and 2 Hawaii $58,275 University of Hawaii, Manoa
1988 Commercial Feasibility of Giant Clam Mariculture in American Samoa, Year 01 American Samoa $17,300 American Samoa Department of Marine and Wildlife Resources
1989 Commercial Feasibility of Giant Clam Mariculture in American Samoa, Year 02 American Samoa $15,000 American Samoa Department of Marine and Wildlife Resources
1990 Commercial Feasibility of Giant Clam Mariculture in American Samoa, Year 03 American Samoa $20,000 American Samoa Department of Marine and Wildlife Resources
1991 Commercial Feasibility of Giant Clam Mariculture in American Samoa, Year 04 American Samoa $29,000 American Samoa Department of Marine and Wildlife Resources
2009 Developing a value-added product “half-pearls” from the blacklip pearl oyster Pinctada margaritifera in Pohnpei (the Federated States of Micronesia), Years 1 and 2 Federated States of Micronesia $91,467 College of Micronesia
2006 Developing Bivalve Culture to Diversify and Position Hawaii as a Supplier of Safe, Premium, Edible Shellfish Products, Years 1 and 2 Hawaii $73,424 University of Hawaii Sea Grant College Program
2011 Economic Analyses of Aquaponic Systems in Hawaii and Guam Hawaii $112,408 University of Hawaii at Manoa, University of Guam
2002 Economic Feasibility for Freshwater Ornamental Fish Growers in Hawaii to Market their Products Directly to West Coast Retailers Hawaii $29,814 University of Hawaii at Manoa
1988 Economic Feasibility of Aquaculture in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands $30,500 Guam Department of Commerce, University of Guam, and Northern Mariana Islands Division of Fish and Wildlife
2004 Feasibility Analysis of Shrimp Waste Processing Alternatives Hawaii $34,850 University of Hawaii at Manoa
1988 Giant Clam Aquaculture Sociological Survey in the FSM and the CNMI Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands $20,064 Pohnpei Marine Resources Division and Northern Marianas College
2006 Inter-Institutional Coordination and Preparation of a Guam Aquaculture Development Plan Guam $25,000 University of Guam
2003 Optimal Harvesting Strategies for Farmed Fish and Shrimp Hawaii $70,047 University of Hawaii at Manoa and University of Hawaii Sea Grant Extension Service