Migrated from Resource Enhancement and Utilization Technologies DivisionProject (PRJ) | Northwest Fisheries Science Center (NWFSC)
GUID: gov.noaa.nmfs.inport:17938 | Updated: August 9, 2022 | Published / External
|Title:||Migrated from Resource Enhancement and Utilization Technologies Division|
|Short Name:||EFS Division (Source REUT)|
The Resource Enhancement and Utilization Technologies Division provides scientific understanding and develops improved technology to better serve NOAA Fisheries' priorities on fisheries enhancement/culture, harvest and full utilization of resources.
The Hatchery Reform Science Program's research focuses on existing and developing challenges associated with captive rearing, hatchery technology, and behavioral ecology of salmon to sustain and rebuild endangered or depleted stocks.
The Marine Enhancement and Aquaculture Research Program develops information and technology needed to test culture-based rebuilding of depleted marine species and manage environmentally sound aquaculture.
The Integrative Fish Biology Program develops fundamental biological understanding of fish development, growth, reproduction, smolt quality, fish health and disease diagnosis and control.
The Full Utilization Program improves fish processing methods to more fully utilize each fish caught--to relieve pressure on the resource, reduce waste released into habitat, and to benefit the fishing industry.
|Organization:||Northwest Fisheries Science Center|
|Date Effective From:||2013-01-01|
|Date Effective To:|
|Contact (Person):||Dickhoff, Walton W|
2725 Montlake Boulevard East
Seattle, WA 98112
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|Catalog Item ID:||17938|
|Metadata Record Created By:||Robert Marsicek|
|Metadata Record Created:||2013-01-29 14:03+0000|
|Metadata Record Last Modified By:||SysAdmin InPortAdmin|
|Metadata Record Last Modified:||2022-08-09 17:11+0000|
|Metadata Record Published:||2016-02-29|
|Metadata Publication Status:||Published Externally|
|Do Not Publish?:||N|
|Metadata Last Review Date:||2016-02-29|
|Metadata Review Frequency:||1 Year|
|Metadata Next Review Date:||2017-02-28|