Aarhus University (AU), Faculty of Science, Department of Biological Sciences, Denmark

Projections of climate change effects on Lake Tanganyika (CLEAT)

Research project Lake Tanganyika is an important ecosystem in eastern Africa, which historically has supported one of the world’s most productive freshwater fisheries. However, stocks of important commercial fish have decreased significantly. Scientific evidence sugg ... Midterm report: During the last two years CLEAT partners have gained a much deeper understanding of interactions between human and natural conditions affecting the functioning and fisheries of Lake Tanganyika. Emphasis has been on strengthened ...
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Increasing value of African mango and cashew production

Research project Cashew and mango are high value crops ideal for export and important commodities in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Yet production is severely affected by pests reducing yields and quality. Benin, for example, lost 42% of its mango value to fruit flies in ... Project Completion Report: The results will be presented in relation to project objectives as required by DFC in mail from Bente Ilsøe on behalf of Research á 10. April 2014. Objectives are numbered. 1. Sixteen scientific papers have been produ ...
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Effects of temperature and hypoxia on aerobic scope in the giant freshwater shrimps (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) and (Penaeus monodon)

Research project Depending on future CO2 emission scenarios, the average surface temperature is projected to increase 1.1-6.4°C by 2100. Tropical species, compared to many temperate species, are expected to be particularly sensitive to elevated temperatures because t ... Project Completion Report: In light of the ongoing climate change, the ability to predict future effects on biota has received much attention, where it has been sought to establish a unifying model granting predictive power to characterize and q ...
Period: 2019-10-1 to 2013-12-31 Countries: Vietnam Lead institution: Aarhus University (AU), Faculty of Science, Department of Biological Sciences, Denmark Partner institutions: Can Tho University (CTU), Vietnam Project code: 10-082AU Total grant: 2,151,000 DKK
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Climate change and estuarine ecosystems

Research project The project will establish a base line for the ecological functioning of two typical Vietnamese estuaries. The base line will comprise a description of the estuarine ecology including primary production, nutrient dynamics, substance transport to and ... We have fullfilled the goals that we agreed upon in 2010 and as we described in the application. Two female Vietnamese students graduated with high marks in 2011.All results from the project were disseminated during a national workshop at ION in Feb ...
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O2 requirements of the air-breathing fishes Pangasius hypophthalmus and Channa striatus

Research project The air-breathing fish, Pangasius hypophthalmus and Channa striatus, are two of the most important fish species in the aquaculture of the Mekong Delta in Vietnam. In particular Pangasius aquaculture is in rapid growth and is now a common consumer it ...
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Training and Research on physiological constraints in aquaculture in the Mekong

Research project The Mekong Delta (MD) covers approx 12% of Vietnam, but accounts for more than half of the total agricultural production and for more than 60% of its fish production. Aquaculture has become a huge industry of importance both for the domestic market ...
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