<p>The <b>Institute of Marine Afairs, Trinidad and Tobago</b>, is a multi-disciplinary, marine and environmental-related research institution, which commenced operations in 1978.<br> The inter-programme research work of the IMA focuses on the marine and coastal environmental and covers the following fields:</p> <ul> <li>Marine Fisheries</li> <li>Aquaculture</li> <li>Marine Geology</li> <li>Environmental Impact Assessment</li> <li>Socio-Economic Assessment</li> <li>Pollution Monitoring</li> <li>Marine and Wetlands Ecology</li> <li>Benthic Ecology</li> <li>Physical Oceanography</li> <li>Taxonomy</li> <li>Remote Sensing</li> <li>Geographic Information Systems</li> <li>Marine Environmental Policy and Law</li> <li>Environmental Management and Planning</li> <li>Public Education and Awareness</li> <li>Information Management</li> </ul> <p>The IMA publishes a range of related publications in keeping with its activities. They include: Caribbean Marine Studies (Journal), Annual Reports, Environmental Incident Reports, Research Reports, Technical Reports, Technical Advisory Services (TAS) Reports and Texts.</p>

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<font size="2">LINKS:<br> <b>Institute of Marine Affairs</b><br> Trinidad and Tobago <br> <a href="http://www.ima.gov.tt">http://www.ima.gov.tt</a><br> (Site is being restructured)<br></font>

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