Department of FESE Publications / Leaflets


1. Fisheries Flyer A4 A

2. Fisheries Flyer A4 B

3. Fisheries Flyer A4 C


B.J.Deepashree,S.R.Somashkara,K.Gagan Devaiah,, Priyanka  M. Gowda, SahanaK,  Adarsh K, M.Puneeth Raiand Jitendra Kumar., (2018). Ichthyofaunal Biodiversity in Nethravati-Gurupur Estuarine system of Dakshina Kannada District, Karnataka. J.Exp. Zool. India.,20 (1)1537-1547.

T. N.Devanand,H. N. Anjaneyappa,Mansing Naik,S. R. Somasekhara.,  M.T. Lakshmipathi and Kamalesh Panda. 2018. Food and feeding habits of  Metapenaeus  monoceros (Fabricius,1798) from Mangalore coast, India. . J. Exp. Zool. India., 21(2): 995-999.

Manjappa N, S.R.Somashekara, Prakash Pavadiand Harsha Naik. Evaluation of Integrated Fish Forming with Poultry and Horticulture Productionin Karnataka. IVEF 2018.,PS-41 (182).

ManjappaN, S.R.Somashekara, Prakash Pavadiand Harsha Naik. Potential use of Village Tanks for Small Scale Aquaculture in Karnataka. IVEF2018., PS-42 (183).

Mahesh Chand Sonwal, S.R.Somashkara,H. N. Anjanayappa,Kumar Naik A S,Umesh suryavamshi,SahanaK, Deepa shreeB.J ., Adarsh Kand JitendraKumar. (2018) Diversity and Seasonal Variation of  Crustacean's Assemblages Associated withTrawl catches from Mangalore coast of Karnataka. Ind.J. Geo-Marine sci, (Inpress)



Extension publication

Dr.H. R.V, Reddy,Dr. S.R. Somashekara, Dr.M. T. Lakshmipathiand Manjulesh Pai. 2018 “ನಿಮ್ಮಪರಿಸರವನ್ನು ಪ್ಲಾಸಟ್‍ನಿಂದ ಮು ್ತಗೋಳಿಸಿ” published under beach clining programme funded by MOEF&CC, GoI,New Delhi.


International Journals

  1. John Sajan, A. Jagadish, Ramachandra Bhatta, A. Sridhar 2014. The State of Subsidies: Small-scale Fisher Perceptions on Subsidies in Karnataka Asian Fisheries Science 27 (2014) 45-60


National Journals

  1. B.S. Viswanatha, Ramachandra Bhatta and K.M. Shankar 2014. “An Economic Assessment of Fish and Prawn Health Management in Andhra Pradesh” Agricultural Economics Research Review Vol. 27 (No.1) January-June 2014


International Journals

  1. Bhat, M. G., R. Bhatta, and M. Shumais 2013 "User-based Financing of
    Environmental Conservation of the Maldivian Atolls: An Application of the
    Travel Cost Model. Environmental Economics and Policy Studies, DOI


National Journals

  1. Ramachandra Bhatta 2013. “Trade-offs between Land Rights and Economic Growth: A Case Study of Coastal Karnataka”Journal of Land and Rural Studies 1(2) 229-243 (Sage Publications New Delhi)
  2. Ian Cook, Ramachandra Bhatta and Vidya Dinker 2013. The Multiple Displacements of Mangalore Special Economic Zone”Economic and Political Weekly, Vol XLVIII no. 33, August 17, 40-45p.


Ramachandra Bhatta, 2012. Economics of Sustainable Shrimp Aquaculture in India: Issues of Governance” In Sachidananda Mukharjee and Debashis Chakraborthy (eds) Environmental Scenario in India: Successes and Predicaments" Rutledge, London


Ramachandra Bhatta, 2012. Equity Issues in the allocation of water for infrastructure development in Coastal Karnataka. Paper presented at the Annual Partners Meet of the International Water Management Institute –TATA Program


Gunakar, S.and Ramachandra Bhatta, 2012. Fisherwomen of Coastal Karnataka: A Socioeconomic Perspective Paper presented at the National Conference on Third Sector Response to Contemporary Challenges Jan 2-3, 2012, Sahyadri College of Management and Sciences, Mangalore


Mahadev Bhat, G., Ramachandra Bhatta and Shumais, M., 2011. Can Tourism Pay for Conservation? A Study from the Maldives SANDEE Policy Brief, South Asian Network for Development and Environmental Economics Kathmandu, Nepal


Gunakar, S., Raghurama, A. and Ramachandra Bhatta, 2011.  Role of Community based organization and Social Capital in the management of marine fishery resources of Karnataka. In Microfinance and Sustainable Livelihood Promotions in INDIA, (Ed.) M R Shollapur and Naveen K. Shetty Excel Books New Delhi p. 119-131


Ramachandra Bhatta, 2011. Land Rights and Institutional Reforms: A case Study of Coastal Karnataka paper presented at the National Seminar on Real Sector Reforms in Agriculture, Sept 29-30, Bankers Institute of Rural Development, Lucknow.


Ganesh Kumar, B., Ravisankar, T., Suresh, R., Ramachandra Bhatta, Deboral Vimala, D., Kumaran, M., Mahalakshmi, P. and Sivasakthi Devi, T., 2010. Lessons from Innovative Institutions in the Marketing of Fish and Fishery Products in India Conference Number of Agricultural Economics Research Review vol.  23, 495-504p.


Muni Reddy, R., Ramegowda, P.V. and Chinnappa Reddy, B.V., 2008. Analysis of impact of government support to fishermen for mechanization of boats: Application of total factor productivity approach and decomposition analysis Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 42 (3).


Kathy Stone, Mahadev Bhat, G., Ramachandra Bhatta and Andrew Mathews 2007. Factors Influencing Community Participation in Mangrove Restoration: A Contingent Valuation Analysis. Ocean and Coastal Management 51:476-484.


Bhat, M. G. and Ramachandra Bhatta, 2006. Regional Economic Impacts of Limited Entry Fishery Management: An Application of Dynamic Input-Output Model"  Environment and Development Economics 11:709-728.


Bhat, M. G. and Ramachandra Bhatta, 2006 Mechanization and Technical Interactions in Multi-species Indian Fisheries: Implications for Economic and Biological Sustainability. Marine Policy Vol. 30 (3) May 237-248.


Dey, M. M., Rab, M. A., Paraguas, F. J. , Piumsombun, S., Ramachandra Bhatta, Alam, F. D., Koshendrajana, S. and Ahmed. M., 2005.  The Status and Economics of Fresh water Aquaculture in Selected Countries of Asia. Aquaculture Economics and Management vol. 9, No. 1-2, 1-10.


Dey M. M., Rab, M. A., Paraguas, F. J.,  Piumsombun, S., Ramachandra Bhatta, Alam, F. D. and Ahmed, M., 2005.  Fish Consumption in Selected Asian Countries: A disaggregated Analysis by Types of Fish and Classes of Consumers.  Aquaculture Economics and Management vol. 9, No. 1-2, 11-38.


Dey M. M., Paraguas, F. J., Narataya Srichantuk, Xinhua, Y., Ramachandra Bhatta, Le Thi Chau Dung 2005.  Technical Efficiency of Fresh water pond Polyculture production in Selected Asian Countries: Estimation and Implication. Aquaculture Economics and Management. vol. 9, No. 1-2, 39-64.