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October 26, 2015


Mexican Shrimp Farmers Invited to Participate in Solar Project


Lugwig Nägel (, a shrimp researcher in Mexico, writes: A colleague in Germany, Mirko Boegner, who has a master’s degree in biology, wants to link with Mexican shrimp scientists and farmers interested in a joint project on intensive shrimp farming using recirculating water and solar power.  In my opinion, it’s an excellent project for solar-rich Mexico.  I tried to find interested parties in Mexican, but had no luck.  I would be thankful if you put the following note on your webpage:


Researchers and producers in Mexico are invited to participate in a research proposal for an exchange of experiences with German biologists on the intensive shrimp farming in recirculating water, using the solar radiation as energy source.


Information: Mirko Boegner, Alfred Wegener Institute, AWI Campus (A-C,E), Am Handelshafen 12, 27570 Bremerhaven, Germany (phone 04-71-48-3100,  Bremerhaven, Germany  (email,, webpage


Information: Ludwig Nägel, CICIMAR/IPN, Apdo. Postal 592,  Correo Central,  La Paz, Baja California South 23096, Mexico (email, webpage


Source: Email to Shrimp News International.  Subject: Collaboration Mexico-Germany.  Lugwig Nägel (  October 25, 2015.

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