Project Details

Public Policy Impact on Aquaculture Development in Guam

July 1, 1995

LocationFundingInstitutionPrincipal Investigator(s)
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
  1. Identify and document Guam government policies that hinder the expansion of the aquaculture industry.
  2. Suggest changes in government policies and regulatory processes to promote aquaculture development in Guam.
  3. Educate the users, administrators and policy makers about the problem of inhibitory regulations and policies