Collaborative Research between Fishing and Living and USAID IMACS

September 2012

USAID IMACS has helped conduct a collaborative research project assessing the genetics of yellowfin tuna. The project involves Fishing and Living, its project sites throughout Indonesia, the University of California Los Angeles and the Biodiversity Research Center of Udayana University in Bali, Indonesia. It aims to find evidence for the existence of sub-populations of yellowfin tuna.

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