Department of Applied Hydrobiology

Background

The department of Applied Hydrobiology is functioning as a fundamental unit in the College of Aquaculture and Fisheries. The mission of the department is to conduct teaching, research and training on fundamental disciplines including water sciences, aquatic ecology, aquatic morphology and taxonomy, etc…

Education

The department is responsible for offering courses on water quality management, aquatic botany and zoology, morphology and taxonomy of aquatic invertebrates and vertebrates, aquatic ecosystems, ecology of aquatic organisms, live food production for undergraduate and graduate students in different fields such as: Aquaculture, Aquatic Animal Health Management, Fisheries Management, and Marine Biology.

Research

Research is an compulsorily important task of the department. Primary research fields are focused on water quality assessment and management, assessment of environmental impact from aquaculture, aquatic resources, population dynamics, bio-monitoring, biodiversity of aquatic organisms, live food production technologies, etc…

Training

Training courses are occasionally organized as demand. The following courses are often offered to local staffs, aquaculturists or farmers in the Mekong Delta:

-  Water quality analysis and management in shrimp/fish ponds

-  Algae and invertebrate identification

-  Benefic Microbacteria

- Live food culture techniques (Algae, Rotifers, Artemia, waterflea/Moina, copepod)

 

 

 

Facilities

The department possesses several laboratories and wet-lab for its teaching, research and training. Water Analysis Lab is equipped with many modern equipments that can analyze more than 30 water and sediment parameters. Plankton and Benthos Lab support to analyze quantitatively and qualitatively zooplankton, phytoplankton and zoobenthos. Wet-lab provides facilities to develop live food culture models.

Personnel

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Title

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Field of Interest / Specialization

1

Pham Thi Tuyet Ngan

PhD

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Beneficial bacteria in aquaculture

2

Huynh Truong Giang

MSc

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Water quality monitoring, shrimp immunity, immunostimulants, seaweed extracts

3

Vu Ngoc Ut

Assoc. Prof. PhD

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Invertebrate biodiversity, Aquatic ecosystems

4

Tran Suong Ngoc

PhD

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Live food for aquaculture

5

Nguyen Bach Loan

PhD

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Fish biodiversity, fish ichthyology

6

Tran Van Viet

PhD

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Fish/shrimp biodiversity, fish ichthyology

7

Duong Thi Hoang Oanh

MSc

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Phytoplankton biodiversity

8

Nguyen Thi Kim Lien

MSc

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Zooplankton/zoobenthod biodiversity, bioindicator in aquaculture

9

Huynh Thi Ngoc Hien

Diploma

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Live food for aquaculture

10

Au Van Hoa

BSc

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Fish biodiversity, fish ichthyology

11

Phan Thi Cam Tu

BSc

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Water quality analysis

12

Huynh Phuoc Vinh

BSc

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Live food for aquaculture

13

Trần Trung Giang

BSc

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Water quality analysis

 

Contact address:

 

Dr Pham Thi Tuyet Ngan
Head, Department of Applied Hydrobiology 
College of Aquaculture and Fisheries
Can Tho University, 2/3 street, Can Tho City, Vietnam
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