Public Policy Impact on Aquaculture Development in Guam
July 1, 1995
|Guam||$29,950||Guam Department of Commerce, National Conservation Services, University of Guam, South Carolina Sea Grant, and Oceanic Institute||J. Tellock, C. Kittle, L. Flynn, P. Bautista, I. Silva-Krott, J. Brown, R. DeVoe, and G. Pruder|
- Identify and document Guam government policies that hinder the expansion of the aquaculture industry.
- Suggest changes in government policies and regulatory processes to promote aquaculture development in Guam.
- Educate the users, administrators and policy makers about the problem of inhibitory regulations and policies