Diversification of Aquaculture
Diversification of Aquaculture
by Sinha, A Et al
Year 2012
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1. Diversification of Aquaculture: Need of the Hour
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2. Aquatic Biodiversity: Text, Context, and Conflicts
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3. Air-Breathing Fish Culture and Rural Upliftment
M. Yusuf Kamal

4. Perspectives on Productivity Improvement in Inland Aquatic Resources and Upscaling Aquaculture Profile
A. P. Sharma and B. B. Satpathy

5. Unscientific and Profit Making Approaches in Fish Breeding and its Impact on Aquatic Bio-Diversity of Bengal and Assam
N. R. Chattopadhyay, T. K. Mohapatra, C. Chetri, P. Chatterjee

6. Indigenous Ornamental Fish Diversity and Trade in Kolkata and Suburbs BY Sandipan Gupta and Samir Banerjee

7. Diversification of Aquaculture through Culture of Murrels & Magur
T. Suguna

8. Diversifying Carp Culture Through Locally Available Fish Species in West Bengal: A Meta Frontier Analysis
Jaydev Misra

9. Fish biodiversity in Himalayan and Terai region of West Bengal: Issues of Preservation, Propagation and Conservation
Madhumita Mukherjee and Chinmoy Chakraborty

10. Indigenous Ornamental Fish, their Propagation and Trade
Archana Sinha and B. K. Mahapatra

11. Biodiversity and Conservation of Indigenous Fish Species of Upper Lake, Bhopal
Praveen Tamot and Ashu Awasthi

12. Diversity of Indigenous Sisoroid Catfishes of North East India and their Conservation
N. Anganthoibi and W. Vishwanth

13. Ichthyofaunal Diversity and Eco-fishery Status of Doyang Reservoir, Nagaland
S. Odyuo and T. S. Nagesh

14. Umium Reservoir Fisheries – Its Present Status and Future Need for Sustainable Rural Livelihoods
B. K. Mahapatra and K. Vinod

15. Studies on Diversity and Impact of Algae on Brackish Water Fisheries in and Around Sundarbans
Nurmohammad Naskar and Kumudranjan Naskar

16. Inland Indigenous Ornamental Fish Resources of Bihar
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17. Utilization of Pigments Molecules in Designing feeds for Freshwater Ornamental fish and Crustaceans Culture
Umesh C. Goswami

18. Occurrence and Antibiotic Susceptibility of Bacteriological Indices Isolated from Fish Cultured in Waste Fed Wet Land BY Sutapa Sanyal, Abhisek Basu and Samir Banerjee
19. Prevalence of Carp Diseases in Relation to Water Quality Parameters in the Culture Areas of West Bengal, India
T. K. Mohapatra, Sk. N. Islam and G. Dash

20. Effect of Salt-marsh Grass (Porteresia Coarctata) Diet on Growth Performance of Black Tiger Shrimp Penaeus Monodon
Abhijit Mitra, Kunal Mondal and Kakoli Banerjee

21. Effect of Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metals on Embryonic Stages of Rohu, Labeo Rohita (Ham.)
Anusaya Mallick, B. C. Mohapatra and N. Sarangi

22. The Role of Fungi in Nutrient Cycling During the Process of Litter Decomposition of Mangrove Leaves in the Estuarine Ecosystem of Sundarbans, West Bengal
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23. Recent Technologies used for the Seed Quality Management of Commercially Important Shrimp Species (Penaeus Monodon)
K.Veeranjaneyulu, Pushpendra Singh Sengar

24. Reproductive Biology and Artificial Propagation of Chocolate Mahseer, Neolissocheilus Hexagonolepis (McClelland) in Meghalaya
B. K.Mahapatra And K. Vinod

25. Impact of Duck rearing on Pond Water Quality, Pond Productivity in Integrated Fish Farming System
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26. Assessment of Arsenic Profiles of Different Environmental Elements in West Bengal
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27. Effect of some Common Pesticides on the Survivality of Spot Fin Swamp Barb (Puntius Sophore)
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28. Effect of Glyphosate and Different Salts of 2, 4-D in Controlling the Floating Aquatic Weeds Water Hyacinth and Pistia
Subhendu Datta and Ajit Kumar

29. Observations on the Morphology of Gill Rakers and Relative Lengths of Intestine of some Indigenous Non-carp Freshwater Fishes
Nilima Priyadarshani Chuli, Subrato Ghosh and Ajay Kumar Patra

30. Options Available for Controlling Submerged Aquatic Weeds in India
Subhendu Datta, Uday Sahani, Parimal Sardar and B.K. Mahapatra

31. Management Strategy for Utilization of Under Utilized Aquatic Resources with of Pro-poor, Pro-gender and Pro-nature approach
Sudhir K. Das

32. Evaluation of Fishery and Socio-Economic Profile of Fishermen Along the Rivers Katakhal, Pola and Dholeshwari of Hailakandi District of Southern Assam
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33. Ornamental Fish Trade a Potential Tool for Improvement of Socio-economic Condition of Fish Farmers in West Bengal
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Dr. Archana Sinha, Principal Scientist and Officer-in-Charge of Central Institute of Fisheries Education (ICAR) has obtained the degree of M.Sc. (Zoology) with special paper Fish, from University of Bihar. She received Senior Research Fellowships of Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) and completed her Ph.D. from CIFA, Bhubaneswar. She joined Central Institute of Fisheries Education (ICAR), Mumbai as Technical Officer (T-5) in the year 1990. She was selected as Scientist by Agricultural Scientist Recruitment Board (ASRB), ICAR in the year 1993 and joined at Kolkata Centre of Central Institute of Fisheries Education (CIFE) in 1994. Her area of specialization includes freshwater aquaculture, fish nutrition and ornamental fish culture. She has guided four Ph.D., more than 30 M. Sc. /M.F.Sc. and Post Graduate Diploma trainees for their thesis and dissertation works. She has published more than 50 Research papers in the journals of national and international repute. She has also written three books on Ornamental fish culture.

Dr. Subhendu Datta, presently working as senior scientist in the Kolkata Centre of Central Institute of Fisheries Education (ICAR), was born on 10th February, 1969 at Hariharpur, Midnapore (West), W.B. He had completed his graduation in B.Sc. (Ag) Hons. from Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidayala (B.C.K.V.) in the year 1991. He stood first in Junior and Senior Research Fellowships examinations conducted by Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) for studying M. Sc. and Ph.D. on Agricultural Chemistry in the year 1992 and 1994 respectively. He completed his master and doctorate from the Division of Agricultural Chemicals, Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), Pusa, New Delhi in the year 1994 and 1999 respectively. He was selected as Scientist by Agricultural Scientist Recruitment Board (ASRB), ICAR in the very first of his Ph.D. study but joined the service on 2nd April, 1997 at National Research Centre for Weed Science, Jabalpur, M.P. Dr. Datta joined at Kolkata Centre of Central Institute of Fisheries Education (CIFE) on 12th April, 1999. Since then he was working in the field of Aquatic toxicology, Aquatic environment management, Limnology and Aquatic weeds. He had received the ‘Best Young Scientist’ award on June, 2002 in the Annual award Ceremony of CIFE, Mumbai. He was promoted to the post of Senior Scientist on 2nd April, 2006. Dr. Datta has published twenty five Research papers in the journals of national and international repute; written one book on ‘Conservation of Aquatic Environment’, few book chapters, manuals and popular articles. He has guided twenty eight Ph.D., M. Sc. and Post Graduate Diploma trainees for their thesis and dissertation works.

Dr. Bijay Kali Mahapatra, presently working as Principal Scientist in the Kolkata Centre of Central Institute of Fisheries Education (ICAR), was born in Meghdambur, Midnapur (West) in 1960. Dr. Mahapatra completed his Bachelor and Master degree from University of Calcutta. He did his Ph. D. also from the same University in the field of Fish Biology and Aquaculture. Dr. Mahapatra started his service career at R.K. Ashram KVK (ICAR), Nimpith in 1988 where he served for about one decade for promotion of fish culture in the Sunderbans. Thereafter Dr. Mahapatra was selected as Assistant Director of Fisheries through W.B.F.S and joined in Fresh Water Fisheries Research Station at Kalyani. He initiated the pioneering work on ornamental fish breeding and culture under Directorate of Fisheries, Govt. of West Bengal. Dr. Mahapatra was selected as Senior Scientist (Fish & Fisheries) and joined in the ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region on 12th April, 2000 and given much needed direction to the Division of Fisheries conspicuous all round development. Dr. Mahapatra has successfully completed several research projects on food and ornamental fish in Eastern Himalayan region. Thereafter, Dr. Mahapatra joined at Kolkata Centre of Central Institute of Fisheries Education on 2nd July, 2007. He has been actively involved in research, training, teaching and extension for development fishery. Dr. Mahapatra has more than 60 research papers in his credit in National and International Journal of repute. A number of Research/Technical bulletins/Book chapters are also due to his credit. He is the recipient of several awards and recognitions, notably the Fellow of Inland Fisheries Society of India (F.I.F.S.I.) in December 2007 in recognition of outstanding contributions to Inland Fisheries & Allied Science.