Viliame Waqalevu

Viliame Waqalevu

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

Yas SeaWorld Research & Rescue Center

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Published on Oct 24, 2022

Analyses of morphometric traits and data

The team is excited to welcome Dr. Prerna Chand, an experienced researcher in marine ostracods and microscopic crustacean taxonomy. Dr. Prerna brings with her extensive research experience in speci...

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Published on Aug 09, 2022

Meet our budding researcher Kutimeni!

As part of this project, we would also love to build capacity for our our future marine scientists in the Pacific by teaching applied skills in field work, sample preparation and data analysis - cr...

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Published on Mar 16, 2022

Crowdfunding in Academia - Oyster Project Highlighted

We would like to thank Dr. Jonathan O'Donnell for pledging and also for promoting our study in his event on crowdfunding in academia. His event focused on how crowdfunding research works and in thi...

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Published on Mar 16, 2022

Mangrove Oyster Project On Air!

The project got highlighted on ABC Australia's Pacific Beat radio program.Hit the link below if you're interested to hear the chat that project team member, Dr. Viliame Waqalevu had with ABC Austra...

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Published on Feb 06, 2022

The research team (Monal, Chin, Viliame) is ecstatic to share that in just 3 days of launching our proposal, our project reached its pledge goal! It is our first time utilising crowdfunding to assist in funding a project and we are blown away by the ...

Level 1: Pledge Target AchievedThe research team (Monal, Chin, Viliame) is ecstatic to share that in just 3 days of launching our proposal, our project reached its pledge goal! It is our first time...

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Hi Jonathon, Thank you for indicating your interest in talking about our project. We will definitely check out your talk on the link that you have provided. If you need any further information about our project, feel free to ask us. Kind regards, Rewa Oyster Team.
Feb 14, 2022
Potential of the Rewa River oysters in enhancement of community livelihoods and resilience
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