Aquatic environment and management extension activities

Fieldvisits

Field visits of Dean and DE


 

  1. Ecological monitoring of coastal waters due to industrial effluents fron MCF, BASF, UPCL and MRPL.
  2. Analysis of treated effluents from M/s Sequent Laboratory
  3. Assessment of water quality in relation to fish diversity along Thungabhadra River.
  4. Environmental Impact Assessment on establishment shrimp farms of industries along coastal districts of Karnataka.
  5. Coastal erosion and problems in Kotekar and Ullal region.
  6. Fishery resources of coastal waters along Dakshina Kannada coast.
  7. Hydrobiological characteristics of thungabhadra River, Harihara, Davangere, Karnataka.

 

Radio talks/TV programmes delivered

Sl.
No.

Title

Recording Date

Broadcasting Date and Place

Delivered by

1.

Alternative income generating activities to the Fishermen during monsoon season.

07-08-2009

12-09-2009

 

 

Dr. Mridula Rajesh

2.

Integrated Fish Farming

30-08-2011

7-9-2011

3.

Inland Fish Culture

4-6-2012

28-6-2012

4.

Fish Seed Production

15-5-2013

23-5-2013

 

 Trainings / Workshops / Seminars Participated as Resource persons 

Sl. No.

Name

Place & date

Title

Topic discussed

1

Dr. Gangadhara Gowda

12.8.2011

Pollution – its impact on aquaculture

NAIP

2

Dr. Gangadhara Gowda

12.8.2011

Soil and water quality in aquaculture

NAIP

3

Dr. Gangadhara Gowda
Dr. M.T. Lakshmipathi ,
Dr. A.T. Ramachandra Naik 
Dr. Ganapathi Naik M

CoF, Mangalore,December 8-10, 2011

Management of Fisheries Resources: A Dialogue

Sponsored by NFDB, Hyderabad

4

Dr. Gangadhara Gowda

24.1.2012

Water quality Management in ornamental fish culture

MPEDA

5

Dr. Gangadhara Gowda

21.02.2012

Soil and water quality in aquaculture

KVK/ATHMA

6

Dr. Gangadhara Gowda

15.2.2012

Water quality and Health  Management in fish culture

KVK

7

Dr. Shivakumar M

Chenganassery, Kerala; 24.02.12

Strategies for Marine Resource Conservation

Sponsored by UGC, New Delhi

8

Dr. Ramachandra Naik

Chenganassery, Kerala; 24.02.12

Fisheries Co-Management

Sponsored by UGC, New Delhi

 

Trainings / Workshops/Seminars Participated as trainee Scientists

S.No.

Name of the Teacher

Place and Date

Title

Organizer

1

Dr. (Mrs.) Mridula Rajesh

Chennai
7th -10th Aug. 2011.

International conference on “Mangroves for Coastal Area Management”

M. S. Swaminathan Research Foundation, Chennai

2

Dr. (Mrs.) Mridula Rajesh

Hyderabad 
19th - 20th Sep. 2011.

“National Stakeholders’ Consultation on Climate Change Platform”

Central Research Institute for Dryland Agriculture, Hyderabad

3

Dr. (Mrs.) Mridula Rajesh

Hyderabad 
13th-17th Dec. 2011

“Developing Winning Research Proposals in Agricultural Research”

National Academy of Agricultural Research Management (NAARM), Hyderabad

4

Dr. (Mrs.) Mridula Rajesh

Mangalore 
28th -29th , Dec. 2011

International Conference on “Bioremediation and Environmental Management and Polar Science and Technology”

Presidency College,
Kempapura, Hebbal, Bangalore

5

Dr. Gangadhara Gowda,
Dr. Shivakumar, M.,
Dr. Lakshmipathi, M.T.,
Dr. Ramachandra Naik, A.T. ,
Dr. Ganapathi Naik M.,
Dr. (Mrs.) Mridula Rajesh

Mangalore University
29th -30th , Jan. 2012

State level 4th Science Convention

Karnataka Science and Technology Academy, Mangalore University

6

Dr. Mridula Rajesh

Mangalore
2 days 
3-12-2012 
to 
6-12-2012

Global Symposium on Aquatic Resources for Eradicating Hunger and Malnutrition- Opportunities and Challenges”

Asian Fisheries Society Indian Branch

7

Dr. Mridula Rajesh

Mangalore
2 days 
22-1-2013 
to 
23-1-2013

National Seminar on “Coastal Environments and their Management”

Mangalore University

8

Dr. Mridula Rajesh

Mangalore
21 days 
6-11-2013 
to 
26-11-2013

Winter school on “Reclamation of Saline and Alkaline Soils through Aquaculture” from 6-26 November, 2013

College of Fisheries, Mangalore

9

Dr. Mridula Rajesh

Mangalore
2 days 
2-12-2013 
to
4-12-2013

Workshop on “Capture Based Aquaculture Practices” from 2-4th December 2013

Mangalore Research Centre of CMFRI, Mangalore

10

Dr. Mridula Rajesh

Mangalore
2 days 
5-12-2013 
to 
7-12-2013

Workshop on “Impact of Aggregation Devices on Cuttlefish Fishery” from 5-7 December 2013

Mangalore Research Centre of CMFRI, Mangalore

11

Dr. Mridula Rajesh

Mangalore
2 days 
24-3-2014 
To 
25-3-2014

PFGF Workshop on “Strategies for bridging yield gap for fisheries and aquaculture”

College of Fisheries, Mangalore

 

Diagnostic services provided

Sl. No.

Department

Diagnostic Service

Total No.

1.

Aquatic Environment Management

Bioassay studies of the treated effluents

50 Fishes per test

2.

Aquatic Environment Management

Analysis the water quality parameters of the water samples

-

3.

Aquatic Environment Management

Examine the mass mortality of fishes in backwater of Udyavara river.

-

4.

Department of Fisheries, BBMP, Confident Group, Chromous Biotech Pvt,  Ltd,  JSYS, Farmers

Soil, Water and fish health investigation services, Feed analysis and Plankton analysis

187

 

Extension publications (Books, training manuals, popular articles, leaflets etc) 
Papers presented in National / International Symposia / Workshops

  • Mridula Rajesh, Rajesh, K. M. and Kamalesh Panda, 2011. Reproductive biology ofValamugil buchanani from estuaries of Dakshina Kannada, The Ninth Indian Fisheries Forum, November pp 55.
  • Muttappa Khavi, Reddy, H. R. V., Mridula Rajesh and Padmanabha, A, 2011. Physiological disturbances in common carp, Cyprinus carpio as an indicator of pollution stress, The Ninth Indian Fisheries Forum, November pp 261.
  • Ramachandra Naik, A. T., 2011. Conservation of ecologically sensitive coral reefs of India, Fishing Chimes, 31 (4), July 2011.
  • Lakshmipathi, M.T., Manjappa, N., Shivaprakash, S.M., Sathyanarayanappa, S.N. and  Pujar, B.R., 2011. Better Management Practices in Shrimp farming   on farm demonstration at  MFRIC, Ankola, Uttara kannada, Karnataka, Fishing Chimes, Vol. 31, No.9 December 2011.