Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $46,350 Oceanic Institute Cheng-Sheng Lee, Ph.D.

Project Objectives:

1. Inform industry members, researchers, educators, and other key individuals of pertinent aquaculture information, and update them on the status of regional aquaculture through various media.
2. Inform the aquaculture community and interested parties of the progress of CTSA and other Regional Aquaculture Center (RAC) projects in relation to our mission through the dissemination of our own and other publications.
3.  Conduct literature search services for the regional aquaculture community.

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $46,350 Oceanic Institute Meredith Brooks and Cheng-Sheng Lee, Ph.D.

1. Inform industry members, researchers, educators, and other key individuals of pertinent aquaculture information, and update them on the status of regional aquaculture through various media.
2. Inform the aquaculture community and interested parties of the progress of CTSA and other Regional Aquaculture Center (RAC) projects in relation to our mission through the dissemination of our own and other publications.
3. Conduct literature search services for the regional aquaculture community.

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $68,250 Oceanic Institute Meredith Brooks
  1. Inform industry members, researchers, educators, and other key individuals of pertinent aquaculture information, and update them on the status of regional aquaculture through various media.
  2. Inform the aquaculture community and interested parties of the progress of CTSA and other Regional Aquaculture Center (RAC) projects in relation to our mission through the dissemination of our own and other publications.
  3. Conduct literature search services for the regional aquaculture community.
Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $46,270 Oceanic Institute Cheng-Sheng Lee, Ph.D.

Overall Project Goal

The overall goal of this project is to promote the dissemination of relevant aquaculture information within the Pacific aquaculture community.

Objectives

1. Inform industry members, researchers, educators, and other key individuals of pertinent aquaculture information, and update them on the status of regional aquaculture through
various media.
2. Inform the aquaculture community and interested parties of the progress of CTSA and other Regional Aquaculture Center (RAC) projects in relation to our mission through the dissemination of our own and other publications.
3. Conduct literature search services for the regional aquaculture community.

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $58,481 Oceanic Institute of HPU Cheng-Sheng Lee, Maria Haws

Overall Project Goal
The overall goal of this project is to promote the dissemination of relevant aquaculture information within the Pacific aquaculture community. 

Objectives
1. Inform industry members, researchers, educators, and other key individuals of pertinent aquaculture information, and update them on the status of regional aquaculture through various media.
2. Inform the aquaculture community and interested parties of the progress of CTSA and other Regional Aquaculture Center (RAC) projects in relation to our mission through the dissemination of our own and other publications.
3. Conduct literature search services for the regional aquaculture community.

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $58,481 Oceanic Institute of HPU Cheng-Sheng Lee, Ph.D. and Maria Haws, Ph.D.

Overall Goal
The overall goal of this project is to promote the dissemination of relevant aquaculture information within the Pacific aquaculture community. 

Objectives
1. Inform industry members, researchers, educators, and other key individuals of pertinent aquaculture information, and update them on the status of regional aquaculture through various media.
2. Inform the aquaculture community and interested parties of the progress of CTSA and other Regional Aquaculture Center (RAC) projects in relation to our mission through the dissemination of our own and other publications.
3.  Conduct literature search services for the regional aquaculture community.

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $60,348 CTSA Cheng-Sheng Lee, Ph.D. and Maria Haws, Ph.D.

Overall Goal
The overall goal of this project is to promote the dissemination of relevant aquaculture information within the Pacific aquaculture community. 

Objectives
1. Inform industry members, researchers, educators, and other key individuals of pertinent aquaculture information, and update them on the status of regional aquaculture through various media.
2. Inform the aquaculture community and interested parties of the progress of CTSA and other Regional Aquaculture Center (RAC) projects in relation to our mission through the dissemination of our own and other publications.
3.  Conduct literature search services for the regional aquaculture community.

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $58,300 CTSA Cheng-Sheng Lee, PhD

Overall Goal
The overall goal of this project is to promote the dissemination of relevant aquaculture information within the Pacific aquaculture community.

Objectives
1: Inform industry members, researchers, educators, and other key individuals of pertinent aquaculture information, and update them on the status of regional aquaculture through various media.
2: Inform the aquaculture community and interested parties of the progress of CTSA and other Regional Aquaculture Center (RAC) projects in relation to our mission through the dissemination of our own and other publications.
3: Initiate and/or participate in educational and outreach activities to promote sustainable seafood consumption and understanding of seafood in the CTSA region.
4: Conduct literature search services for the regional aquaculture community.

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $7,000 University of Hawaii at Manoa D. Coleman
  1. Make bibliographic information available to the regional aquaculture community in a timely manner through the establishment of an aquaculture workstation at the Science and Technology Department, Hamilton Library, University of Hawaii.
  2. Perform searches and provide text information retrieved from a full-text CD-ROM aquaculture database being developed by the National Agriculture Library’s Aquaculture Information Center.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $6,700 University of Hawaii at Manoa D. Coleman
  1. Continue the Pacific Regional Aquaculture Information Service (PRAIS) program though the continued use of CD-ROM database searching by producers and researchers in Hawaii and the Pacific Islands.
  2. Enhance the PRAIS program through the development of an effective means for locating documents identified as relevant to requestors information needs. This project provides bibliographic information to producers and researchers region wide.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $6,000 University of Hawaii at Manoa D. Coleman
  1. Perpetuate the PRAIS program through the continued use of CD-ROM database searching.
  2. Enhance the PRAIS program through fulfilling the need for document delivery, especially to patrons in the Pacific Islands where availability of literature is limited.
  3. Increase the support base for the project through cooperative agreement with Sea Grant Extension Service.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $7,000 University of Hawaii at Manoa D. Coleman
  1. Ensure the continued usefulness of the Pacific Regional Aquaculture Information Service (PRAIS) program through the use of CD-ROM database searching.
  2. Enhance the PRAIS program by fulfilling the need for document delivery, especially to patrons in the Pacific Islands where availability of literature is limited.
  3. Increase the support base for the project through cooperative agreement with the Sea Grant Extension Service and other information facilities.
  4. Develop and disseminate “information products” that meet specific information needs of the Pacific region.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $20,000 University of Hawaii at Manoa D. Coleman
  1. Increase the accessibility of scientific information to the aquaculture community.
  2. Increase and ensure the continued usefulness of the PRAIS program through the use of CD-ROM database searching, telecommunications, and new technologies as they develop, and disseminate information products as needed by the industry.
  3. Increase the support base for the project through cooperative agreements with other agencies and information facilities.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $17,900 University of Hawaii at Manoa D. Coleman
  1. Increase the accessibility of scientific information to the aquaculture community.
  2. Increase and ensure the continued usefulness of the PRAISE program through the use of CD-ROM database searching, telecommunications, and new technologies as they develop, and disseminate information products as needed by the industry.
  3. Begin expansion of the existing “dial-up” remote access information network into the Pacific Islands.
  4. Increase the support base for the project through cooperative agreements with other agencies and information facilities

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $28,000 University of Hawaii at Manoa D. Coleman and K. Anderson
  1. Evaluate the effectiveness of the “dial-up” remote access information network that was expanded into the Pacific Islands during Year 6.
  2. Increase and ensure the continued usefulness of the PRAISE program through the use of CD-ROM database searching, telecommunications, and new technologies as they develop, and disseminate information products as needed by the industry.
  3. Increase the efficiency of PRAISE through interaction with other information agencies.
  4. Establish a cooperative project to gather and disseminate Pacific Islands “gray literature” on aquaculture.
  5. Increase the support base for the project through cooperative agreements with other agencies and information facilities.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $49,000 University of Hawaii at Manoa D. Coleman
  • 1. Increase and ensure the continued usefulness of the Pacific Regional Aquaculture Information Service for Education (PRAISE) through the use of CD-ROM database searching, telecommunications and new technologies as they develop:
  • to upgrade the existing dial-up remote access information network for support of the Pacific aquaculture industry,
  • to provide cost effective access to the system for the Pacific Islands by making the system compatible with the Internet.
  • 2. Increase the support base for the project through cooperative agreements with other agencies and information facilities:
  • to take advantage of the upcoming national integration of aquaculture information,
  • to investigate possible means of making the gray literature project more effective.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $25,000 University of Hawaii at Manoa D. Coleman
  1. Increase the support base for the project through cooperative agreements with other agencies and information facilities.
  2. Develop and disseminate information products that meet specific information needs of the Pacific Region.
  3. Develop programs for user education.
  4. Increase and ensure the continued usefulness of the PRAISE program through the use of CD-ROM database searching, telecommunications and new technologies as they develop.
  5. transfer the technology.
  6. Develop new methods to document use of PRAISE.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $30,000 University of Hawaii at Manoa D. Coleman and K. Anderson
  1. Continue to provide established services.
  2. Develop programs for user education (continuing from Year 9).
  3. Develop an on-line electronic form for the PRAISE Web site on the Internet that will enable aquaculturists to submit their product or service advertisement directly to the web-site for rapid dissemination and easy updates.
  4. Seek membership for PRAISE and ARIEL, a nation-wide network for research libraries that provides electronic access to journal articles.
  5. Investigate the possibility of providing video-conference capability between critical CTSA related aquaculture centers, and possibly via the PRAISE Internet Web-site.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $24,000 University of Hawaii at Manoa K. Anderson
  1. Continue to provide established services.
  2. Develop programs for user education.
  3. Canvas aquaculturists to determine other ways in which the PRAISE Web page can be used to promote Pacific aquaculture.
  4. Technology transfer Continue to expand the Pacific Island Gray Literature database. Information gathered and developed will be made available to the industry via the National Agriculture Library, the Web, and in print form if requested.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $23,000 University of Hawaii at Manoa K. Anderson
  1. Continue to provide established services.
  2. Develop programs for user education.
  3. Promote Communication between the Pacific Islands.
  4. Technology transfer

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $28,850 University of Hawaii at Manoa K. Anderson
  1. Continue to provide established services.
  2. Maintain programs for user education.
  3. Develop innovative Web pages, which exhibit Pacific aquaculture in an educational focus.
  4. Technology transfer

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $25,320 University of Hawaii at Manoa K. Anderson

Objective 1. Continue to provide established services.

Objective 2. Develop a Web page aggregating free/non-subscription sites to facilitate the ability of PRAISE users to conduct their own aquaculture research as a test component of the study.

Objective 3. Develop an innovative user education Web presence. Incorporating the research page created in Objective 2, create a tutorial to instruct users in the process of locating information in the field of aquaculture from print documents to Web sites.

Objective 4. Technology transfer.

Final Report
Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $25,000 University of Hawaii at Manoa K. Anderson
  1. Develop innovative user education products.
  2. Develop a web-based form for use in requesting delivery of subject or species specific bibliographies via CD or other appropriate technology.
  3. Continue to provide the information services that have supported the aquaculture community for the past 14 years.
  4. Provide for the appropriate transfer of technology.

 

Final Report
Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $25,000

University of Hawaii

K. Anderson, A. Hashimoto and C.S. Lee

PRAISE

  1. Compile bibliographies on aquaculture related business and technical resources and digitize appropriate non-copyrighted documents or link websites. Topics currently being researched include: hatcheries, regulatory information, and biosecurity. This will be a multiyear project and is being done collaboratively with UH Hilo.
  2. Continue to catalog and digitize the papers of the University of Hawaii’s Marine Option Program (MOP). Many of these projects examine water quality, coastlines and estuaries, fishponds and mangroves, and reef resources in Hawaii and the Pacific and contain baseline data which is unavailable elsewhere. The MOP has been ongoing for over 20 years and generates new papers every semester. It will take at least another year to complete the catalog and digitize all the papers currently on hand. It will be ongoing with the addition of each new report submission.
  3. Continue to provide established services.
  4. Technology transfer.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $74,510 University of Hawaii at Manoa K. Anderson, A. Hashimoto, and C.-S. Lee

PRAISE:

  1. Identify methods or resources to facilitate aquaculture education in the Pacific which could be produced or distributed through regional libraries.
  2. Continue support for the educational series on aquaculture techniques being developed by University of Hawaii at Hilo faculty.
  3. Maintain a listserv for Pacific aquaculture.
  4. Continue to provide established services.

Publications:

  1. Inform educators and industry members of pertinent aquaculture information, and update them on the status of aquaculture in the region through various forms of media.
  2. Inform the aquaculture community and interested parties of the progress of CTSA projects in relation to our mission through the dissemination of our and other publications.
Final Report
Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $84,079 University of Hawaii at Manoa, Oceanic Institute Kristen Anderson, Meredith Brooks
    PRAISE
  1. Create new web portal: Pacific Aquaculture News.
  2. Develop current bibliographies on aquaculture “hot topics” for inclusion on the News Portal.
  3. Promote Pacific Region information infrastructure.
  4. Technology transfer.
  5. Publications
  6. Inform industry members, educators, and other key individuals of pertinent aquaculture information, and update them on the status of regional aquaculture through various media.
  7. Inform the aquaculture community and interested parties of the progress of CTSA and other Regional Aquaculture Center (RAC) projects in relation to our mission through the dissemination of our own and other publications.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $80,870 University of Hawaii at Manoa K. Anderson and A. Hashimoto

PRAISE:

  1.   1. Education support through expansion of the Gray Literature Project.
  2.   2. Identify and implement a new interactive communication system to promoter Pacific aquaculture.
  3.   3. Continue to provide established services.
  4.   4. Technology transfer.

Publications:

  1. Inform industry members, educators, and other key individuals of pertinent aquaculture information, and update them on the status of regional aquaculture through various media.
  2. Inform the aquaculture community and interested parties of the progress of CTSA and other Regional Aquaculture Center (RAC) projects in relation to our mission through the dissemination of our own and other publications.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $79,700 University of Hawaii at Manoa, Oceanic Institute Kris Anderson and Meredith Brooks
    PRAISE
  1. Provide thorough literature searches to CTSA on a schedule of the dissemination of the CTSA newsletter.
  2. Survey PRAISE website users to determine needed products and services.
  3. Technology transfer.
  4. Publications
  5. Inform industry members, educators, and other key individuals of pertinent aquaculture information, and update them on the status of regional aquaculture through various media.
  6. Inform the aquaculture community and interested parties of the progress of CTSA and other Regional Aquaculture Center (RAC) projects in relation to our mission through the dissemination of our own and other publications.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $26,000 University of Hawaii at Manoa K. Anderson
  1. Create the chapter template and gather the basic information for Volume 9: Synopses of Culture Techniques of the educational series on aquaculture techniques being developed by UHH faculty.
  2. Establish and maintain a listserv for Pacific aquaculture.
  3. Continue to provide established services.
  4. Technology transfer.

 

Progress Report
Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $20,000

University of Hawaii

Kristen L. Anderson

  1. Contribute Hawaiian names for marine fauna to www.ubio.org.
  2. Collect and disseminate aquaculture technical information or news related to CTSA region in PRAISE and CTSA web sites four times per year.
  3. Promote Pacific Region information infrastructure.
  4. Technology transfer.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $2,000 University of Hawaii at Manoa M. Hamnett
  1. Define the communications needs of regional organizations, federal and state agencies, and University of Hawaii programs that deal with the Pacific Islands.
  2. Document the experience of those agencies and organizations in establishing communications links using a range of technologies with programs and agencies in the Pacific Islands.
  3. Identify technologies currently being used or under consideration by regional organizations, federal and state agencies, and University of Hawaii programs for communication with the Pacific.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal 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

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $74,676 University of Hawaii at Manoa and CTSA (Oceanic Institute) K. Anderson, A. Hashimoto, and C.-S. Lee
  1. Inform educators and industry members of pertinent aquaculture information, and update them on the status of aquaculture in the region through various forms of media.
  2. Inform the aquaculture community and interested parties of the progress of CTSA’s projects in relation to our mission through the dissemination of ours and other publications.
  3. Collect data to support the educational series on aquaculture techniques being developed by University of Hawaii at Hilo faculty.
  4. Maintain a listerv for Pacific aquaculture.
  5. Continue to provide established Pacific Regional Aquaculture Information Service for Education (PRAISE) services.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $5,592 CTSA (Oceanic Institute) K. Main
  1. Develop a biannual technical bulletin to communicate the status and progress of current activities to the CTSA Board of Directors, Industry Advisory Council, and Technical Committee. The bulletin will be available upon request to aquaculturists in the Pacific region.
  2. Produce and publish the Aquaculture Effluent Discharge Program, Year 1 Final Report. The document will be distributed freely to regulators, commercial producers, and aquaculture researchers throughout the Pacific region with limited distribution in the U.S.
  3. Duplicate and distribute other Regional Aquaculture Centers’ publications and reports to information networks throughout the Pacific.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $3,170 CTSA (Oceanic Institute) K. Main
  1. Publish a biannual technical bulletin to communicate the status and progress of current activities to the CTSA Board of Directors, Industry Advisory Council, and Technical Committee. The bulletin will be available upon request to aquaculturists in the Pacific region.
  2. Produce and publish the final reports of various projects, including the one for the Giant Clam Market Study, Year 1. The reports will be distributed freely to commercial producers, aquaculture researchers, and other interested parties throughout the Pacific region, with limited distribution in the U.S.
  3. Duplicate and distribute other Regional Centers’ publications and reports to information networks throughout the Pacific.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $5,570 CTSA (Oceanic Institute) K. Main
  1. Develop a biannual technical bulletin to communicate the status and progress of current activities to the CTSA Board of Directors, Industry Advisory Council, and Technical Committee. The bulletin will also be sent to aquaculturists in the Pacific region and upon request to other interested parties.
  2. Produce and publish final reports of selected CTSA-funded projects. These documents will be distributed freely to commercial producers, aquaculture researchers, and other interested parties throughout the Pacific region, with limited distribution in the United States.
  3. Duplicate and distribute other Regional Centers’ publications and videos to information networks throughout the Pacific.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $15,000 CTSA (Oceanic Institute) K. Main
  1. Develop a biannual technical bulletin to communicate the status and progress of current activities to the CTSA Board of Directors, Industry Advisory Council, and Technical Committee. The bulletin will also be sent to aquaculturists in the Pacific region and upon request to other interested parties.
  2. Produce and publish final reports of selected CTSA-funded projects. These documents will be distributed freely to commercial producers, aquaculture researchers, and other interested parties throughout the Pacific region, with limited distribution in the United States.
  3. Duplicate and distribute other Regional Centers’ publications and videos to information networks throughout the Pacific.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $38,000 CTSA (Oceanic Institute) K. Main
  1. Publish a quarterly newsletter to communicate information about the activities of the Center and its funded projects and the latest information on aquaculture from throughout the nation and the region.
  2. Develop a biannual technical bulletin to communicate the status and progress of current activities to the CTSA Board of Directors, Industry Advisory Council and Technical Committee. The bulletin will also be sent to aquaculturists in the Pacific region and upon request to other interested parties.
  3. Produce and publish final reports of selected CTSA-funded projects. These documents will be distributed freely to commercial producers, aquaculture researchers and other interested parties throughout the Pacific region, with limited distribution in the United States.
  4. Duplicate and distribute other Regional Centers’ publications and videos to information networks throughout the Pacific.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $18,000 CTSA (Oceanic Institute) K. Main
  1. Publish a quarterly newsletter to communicate information about the activities of the Center and its funded projects and the latest information on aquaculture from throughout the nation and the region.
  2. Develop a biannual technical bulletin to communicate the status and progress of current activities to the CTSA Board of Directors, Industry Advisory Council and Technical Committee. The bulletin will also be sent to aquaculturists in the Pacific region and upon request to other interested parties.
  3. Produce and publish final reports of selected CTSA-funded projects. These documents will be distributed freely to commercial producers, aquaculture researchers and other interested parties throughout the Pacific region, with limited distribution in the United States.
  4. Duplicate and distribute other Regional Centers’ publications and videos to information networks throughout the Pacific.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $18,000 CTSA (Oceanic Institute) K. Main
  1. Publish a quarterly newsletter to communicate information about the activities of the Center and its funded projects and the latest information on aquaculture from throughout the nation and the region.
  2. Develop and publish a biannual technical bulletin to communicate the status and progress of current activities to the CTSA Board of Directors, Industry Advisory Council and Technical Committee. The bulletin will also be sent to aquaculturists in the Pacific region and upon request to other interested parties.
  3. Produce and publish final reports of selected CTSA-funded projects. These documents will be distributed free of charge to commercial producers, aquaculture researchers and other interested parties throughout the Pacific region, with limited distribution in the United States.
  4. Duplicate and distribute other Regional Centers’ publications and videos to information networks throughout the Pacific.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $18,000 CTSA (Oceanic Institute) C.-S. Lee
  1. Publish a quarterly newsletter to communicate information about the activities of the Center and its funded projects and the latest information on aquaculture from throughout the nation and the region.
  2. Develop and publish a biannual technical bulletin to communicate the status and progress of current activities to the CTSA Board of Directors, Industry Advisory Council and Technical Committee. The bulletin will also be sent to aquaculturists in the Pacific region and upon request to other interested parties.
  3. Produce and publish final reports of selected CTSA-funded projects. These documents will be distributed free of charge to commercial producers, aquaculture researchers and other interested parties throughout the Pacific region, with limited distribution in the United States.
  4. Duplicate and distribute other Regional Centers’ publications and videos to information networks throughout the Pacific.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $18,000 CTSA (Oceanic Institute) C.-S. Lee
  1. Publish a quarterly newsletter to communicate information about the activities of the Center and its funded projects and the latest information on aquaculture from throughout the nation and the region.
  2. Develop and publish a technical bulletin to communicate the status and progress of current activities to the CTSA Board of Directors, Industry Advisory Council and Technical Committee. The bulletin will also be sent to aquaculturists in the Pacific region and upon request to other interested parties.
  3. Produce and publish final reports of selected CTSA-funded projects. These documents will be distributed free of charge to commercial producers, aquaculture researchers and other interested parties throughout the Pacific region, with limited distribution in the United States.
  4. Duplicate and distribute other Regional Centers’ publications and videos to information networks throughout the Pacific.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $18,000 CTSA (Oceanic Institute) C.-S. Lee
  1. Publish a quarterly newsletter to communicate information about the activities of the Center and its funded projects and the latest information on aquaculture from throughout the nation and the region.
  2. Produce and publish final reports of selected CTSA-funded projects. These documents will be distributed free of charge to commercial producers, aquaculture researchers and other interested parties throughout the Pacific region, with limited distribution in the United States.
  3. Improve and maintain a graphically based site on the Worldwide Web. The site will contain information on the Center and its activities, projects, and publications. It will also contain copies of the Center newsletter, and various publications suitable for download and printing at no cost to the user.
  4. Duplicate and distribute other Regional Centers’ publications and videos to information networks throughout the Pacific.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $33,600 CTSA (Oceanic Institute) C.-S. Lee
  • Objective 1. Publish a quarterly newsletter to communicate information about the activities of the Center and its funded projects and the latest information on aquaculture from throughout the nation and the region.
  • Objective 2. Produce and publish final reports of selected CTSA-funded projects. These documents will be distributed free of charge to commercial producers, aquaculture researchers and other interested parties throughout the Pacific region, with limited distribution in the United States.
  • Objective 3. Improve and maintain a graphically based site on the Worldwide Web. The site will contain information on the Center and its activities, projects, and publications. It will also contain copies of the Center newsletter, and various publications suitable for download and printing at no cost to the user.
  • Objective 4. Duplicate and distribute other Regional Centers’ publications and videos to information networks throughout the Pacific.
  • Objective 5. Produce and publish the Year 2000 CTSA Accomplishments Report, which compiles information on the activities of all CTSA projects that were active during 2000.
  • Objective 6. Provide editing, layout and production assistance as needed on all publications produced by CTSA-funded projects.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $33,600 CTSA (Oceanic Institute) C.-S. Lee
  • Objective 1. Publish a quarterly newsletter to communicate information about the activities of the Center and its funded projects and the latest information on aquaculture from throughout the nation and the region.
  • Objective 2. Produce and publish final reports of selected CTSA-funded projects. These documents will be distributed free of charge to commercial producers, aquaculture researchers and other interested parties throughout the Pacific region, with limited distribution in the United States.
  • Objective 3. Maintain a graphically based site on the Worldwide Web. The site will contain information on the Center and its activities, projects, and publications. It will also contain copies of the Center newsletter, and various publications suitable for download and printing at no cost to the user.
  • Objective 4. Duplicate and distribute other Regional Centers’ publications and videos to information networks throughout the Pacific.
  • Objective 5. Produce and publish the Year 2001 CTSA Accomplishments Report, which compiles information on the activities of all CTSA projects that were active during 2001.
  • Objective 6. Provide editing, layout and production assistance as needed on all publications produced by CTSA-funded projects.

 

Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $49,920 CTSA (Oceanic Institute) and University of Hawaii at Manoa C.-S. Lee and A. Hashimoto
  1. Inform the people involved in education and from the industry of pertinent aquaculture information and the status of aquaculture in the region through various forms of media.
  2. Through dissemination of ours and others’ publications, inform the aquaculture community and interested parties of CTSA’s projects’ progress in relation to our mission.

 

Final Report
Location Funding Institution Principal Investigator(s)
Hawaii $54,756 CTSA (Oceanic Institute) and University of Hawaii at Manoa C.-S. Lee and A. Hashimoto

The overall project goal is to keep the region informed of aquaculture and aquaculture-related information from within the region and of pertinent information from outside the region.

  1. Inform educators and industry members of pertinent aquaculture information and update them on the status of aquaculture in the region through various forms of media.
  2. Inform the aquaculture community and interested parties of the progress of CTSA’s projects in relation to our mission through the dissemination of ours and other publications.

 

Progress Report