Viliame Waqalevu

Viliame Waqalevu

Mar 16, 2022

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    About This Project

    Edible oysters are a traditional food item in coastal communities in Fiji. Despite this, little is known about the edible oyster species present in the country, their taxonomy, indigenous traditional knowledge and their aquaculture potential for coastal communities. This study attempts to address key biological knowledge gaps to inform sustainable aquaculture and wild fishery management efforts for building climate-resilient coastal communities in the Rewa Delta, Fiji.

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