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The Center for Tropical and Subtropical Aquaculture’s (CTSA) mission is to support aquaculture research, development, demonstration and extension education to enhance viable and profitable US aquaculture. Unlike the other Regional Aquaculture Centers, which work within a defined geographical region, the CTSA “region” encompasses tropical and subtropical species wherever they are cultured. Research projects span the American Insular Pacific, using its extensive resource base to meet the needs and concerns of the tropical aquaculture industry.
CTSA has published a 2022 Annual Accomplishment Report. This 100+ page report features full progress reports of ongoing CTSA-supported projects, as well as final reports of projects that were completed during the calendar year.
CTSA has also released Project Impacts - 2022 publication to highlight the accomplishments of the Center and their funded projects. The publication serves as an update to the Project Impacts publication released nearly a decade ago and focuses on the accomplishments and impacts of CTSA projects since 2013.
In an effort to consolidate information for Pacific stakeholders, CTSA has prepared a 2-page summary of each project that was active during 2022. Each summary provides a brief description of the project, as well as the anticipated benefits, impacts, and current progress of the work being done. Click here to download the Summaries.
For additional information or questions, please contact Cheng-Sheng Lee, Ph.D., Executive Director, at email@example.com.