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KC3 provides a long list of experts and practitioners not only on climate change but also on cross-cutting issues such as natural resources management, agroforestry, economics, among others.

Dr. Anicia Q. Hurtado

Philippines
Category/ies
  • Natural Resources Management/Ecosystem Management
  • Agriculture, Livestock, and Fisheries
ExpertiseTissue Culture and Mutagenesis (Kappaphycus & Eucheuma), Land-Sea-based Nurseries (Kappaphycus & Eucheuma), Aquaculture (Production Technology – Kappaphycus, Eucheuma and Gracilaria), Crop Management (Growth-Epiphytism), Coastal Resource Management (Seaweed and Seagrasses)
Institution/ AffiliationIntegrated Services for the Development of Aquaculture and Fisheries, Inc. (ISDA)
Educational Background
  • Ph.D. Physiology, 1988, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan
  • M.S. Agriculture, 1985, Kyoto University, Kyoto Japan
  • M.A. Biology Education, 1980, De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines
  • B.S. Biological Science, 1971, University of the East, Manila, Philippines
  • B.S. Pre-Medicine, 1970, University of the East, Manila, Philippines
Project/sGlobal SeaweedStar "Safeguarding the future of seaweed aquaculture in developing countries"
Publication/s
  • Tropical Seaweed Farming Trends, Problems and Opportunities : Focus on Kappaphycus and Eucheuma of Commerce
  • Hayashi L, Hurtado AQ, Masuya FE, Bleicher-L’honneur G and Critchley AT. A Review of Kappaphycus Farming: Prospects and Constraints. In: A. Israel et al (eds) Seaweed and their Role in Globally Changing Environments, Cellular Origin, Life in Extreme Habitats and Astrobiology 255-283.
  • Hurtado AQ, Critchley AT (2018) A review of multiple biostimulant and bioeffector benefits of AMPEP, an extract of the brown alga Ascophyllum nodosum, as applied to the enhanced cultivation and micropropagation of the commercially important red algal carrageenophyte Kappaphycus alvarezii and its selected cultivars. Journal of Applied Phycology.
    https://doi.org/10.1007/s10811-018-1407-4
  • Agbayani RA and AQ Hurtado-Ponce. An integrated approach to community-based fishery resource management: SEAFDEC/AQD experience in multi-disciplinary research. Out of Shell. 3(2): 5-7
Email Addressaniciahurtadogmailcom
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