Gabriel Rivas, B.Sc.

Aquaculture and water quality specialist


  • First bimester, post graduate training in scientific research, College of Engineering, San Carlos University.
  • Bachelor of Science in Aquaculture, San Carlos University.
  • Extraction of poison in harmful micro plankton, Center for Environmental Studies of Cienfuegos, Cuba.
  • Identification of harmful marine phytoplankton, Spanish Institute of Oceanography, Vigo, Spain.
  • Rural Development, Tools for the Field extensions, Weitz-Center Rehovot Israel.
  • Rural Development with focus con pisciculture on fresh water. Eica, Cairo, Egypt.

Work experience

  • Manager of the Experimental Station of the Center for Marine Studies and Aquaculture, USAC-CEMA, (2009-2014)
  • Aquarist, Nais Aquarium, 2008.


  • Evaluation of the productive performance of garpike, Atractosteus tropicus, using two different types of diets, 66 pages. 2009.
  • Participating Rural Diagnostic, communities and institutions of the Monterrico, and Taxisco villages and the Experimental Station of the Center for Marine Studies and Aquaculture CEMA, in the same location. Internship report. 2009.
  • Effects of the tilapia fed with garlic extract Allium sativm L in gray tilapia Oreochromis niloticus. Final report on the special problem, 60 pages, 2007.
  • Harvest of white shrimp, Litopenaeus vannamei, at the Ixtan farm, Tecojate group. Final report of Internship. University editorial, 46 pages. 2005.
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