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Dr. Miguel D. Fortes

SeagrassNet Principal Investigator

Marine Science Institute

HQ Phone: (650) 364-2760

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Marine Science Institute

500 Discovery Parkway

Redwood City, California 94063

United States

Company Description

The Marine Science Institute was founded in 1970, around the time that the issue of water resources was becoming a major concern for many Bay Area inhabitants. The Institute's philosophy was founded on the idea that putting students in direct physical con ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Team

SeagrassNet

Head of Office

UNESCO

Manager, UNESCO Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission Regional Secretariat

Western Pacific

Affiliations

Board Member
Society for Conservation Biology

Web References (33 Total References)


Miguel Fortes | SeagrassNet

www.seagrassnet.org [cached]

Miguel Fortes

SeagrassNet principal investigator
Marine Science Institute CS University of the Philippines


Philippines seagrass

www.seagrasswatch.org [cached]

Principal watchers: Rochelle Balitaan, Dr. Miguel Fortes (Marine Science Institute), Mr. Luisito Peliòo & Puerto Galera Academy students


, Prof. Miguel D. Fortes ...

www.aklanon.net [cached]

, Prof. Miguel D. Fortes (Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines Diliman)


Dr. Miguel Fortes, a marine ...

mccn.org.au [cached]

Dr. Miguel Fortes, a marine scientist and professor of marine science at the UPMSI, said that of the marine habitats, corals are the most popular, mangroves the most disturbed and seagrass beds the least studied.Back to Contents


What’s swimming in your soup? « Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism

pcij.org [cached]

Miguel Fortes, professor at the University of the Philippines Marine Science Institute (UP-MSI), says fishpond owners greedy for a bigger harvest tend to overfeed their fish.

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Fortes says that one of the successful ventures that has been implemented through BSDS is the marketing of salted and dried rabbit fish, locally known as padas, which live in seagrass meadows.

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