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FISHERIES RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

1. Information of HOD
Name
Dr. A. J. Bhatt
Qualification
M.Sc., Ph.D.
Specialisation
Fisheries Resource Management
Contact Telephone
02876-221053 (Office  )
Fax
02876-242052
Mobile
+91-9998707666
E-mail
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2. Faculty information:
Sr. No.
Name
Designation
Qualification
Specialisation
Phone/E-mail
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1
Dr. H. L. Parmar
Assistant Professor
M.F.Sc. , Ph.D.
Fisheries Resource Management
(M) 9228800062
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2
Prof. T. H. Dave
Assistant Professor
M.F. Sc.
Fisheries Resource Management
(M) 9426474237
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3
Prof. V. M. Chavda
Assistant Professor
M. F. Sc.
Fisheries Resource Management
(M) 9998582003
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4
Prof. V.C. Bajaniya
Assistant Professor
M. F. Sc.
Aquculture
(M) 9427571525
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3. Courses offered at UG/PG level
    A) UG programme, B. F. Sc.
Sr. No.
Course Code
Title of Course
Credit
1.
FRM 101
TAXONOMY OF FINFISH
3 (1+2)
2.
FRM 102
ANATOMY AND BIOLOGY OF FINFISH
3 (2+1)
3.
FRM 103
TAXONOMY OF SHELLFISH
2 (1+1)
4.
FRM 104
INLAND FISHERIES
3 (2+1)
5.
FRM 201
PHYSIOLOGY OF FINFISH AND SHELLFISH
3 (2+1)
6.
FRM 203
AQUATIC MAMMALS, REPTILES AND AMPHIBIANS
1 (1+0)
7.
FRM 204
ANATOMY AND BIOLOGY OF SHELLFISH
2 (1+1)
8.
FRM 301
MARINE FISHERIES
3 (2+1)
9.
FRM 302
FISH POPULATION DYNAMICS AND STOCK ASSESSMENT
3 (2+1)
 
 
TOTAL CREDITS
23 (14+9)
    B) PG programme, M.F.Sc.(Fisheries Resource Management)
Sr. No.
Course code
Title of Course
Credit
1.
FRM 501
INLAND FISHERIES RESOURCES
3 (2+1)
2.
FRM 502
MARINE FISHERIES RESOURCEMANAGEMENT
3 (2+1)
3.
FRM 503
MARINE ECOSYSTEMS,BIODIVERSITY & CONSERVATION
3 (2+1)
4.
FRM 504
TROPICAL FISH STOCK ASSESSMENT
3 (2+1)
5.
FRM 505
FISHERIES REGULATIONS
2 (1+1)
6.
FRM 506
REMOTE SENSING & GIS FORFISHERIES MANAGEMENT
2 (1+1)
7.
FRM 507
INTEGRATED COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT
3(2+1)
8.
FRM 508
AQUATIC FLORAL RESOURCES
3(2+1)
9.
FRM 509
FEEDING & REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGYOF FINFISH & SHELLFISH
3(2+1)
10.
FRM 510
DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY OFFINFISH & SHELLFISH
3(2+1)
11.
FRM 511
FISHING & ALLIED TECHNOLOGIES
3(2+1)
12.
FRM 512
MODERN TECHNIQUES INICHTHYOTAXONOMY
3(2+1)
13.
FRM 591
MASTER'S SEMINAR
1(1+0)
14.
FRM 599
MASTER'S RESEARCH
20
 
 
TOTAL CREDITS
55
    C) PG programme, Doctoral degree, Ph.D. (Fisheries Resource Management)
Sr. No.
Course code
Title of course
Credit
1.
FRM 601
ASSESSMENT OF AQUATICBIODIVERSITY
3(2+1)
2.
FRM 602
APPLICATIONS OF FISHERIESMODELS IN STOCK ASSESSMENT
3(2+1)
3.
FRM 603
CONSERVATION & MANAGEMENT OFEXPLOITED FISHERIES RESOURCES
3(2+1)
4.
FRM 604
CORAL REEF MANAGEMENT
3(2+1)
5.
FRM 605
DATA COLLECTION & ESTI. OF EXPLOITED FISHERIES RESOURCES
2(0+2)
6.
FRM 606
FISHERIES ENVIRONMENTALASSESSMENT
3(2+1)
7.
FRM 607
ISSUES IN CAPTURE FISHERIES
2(1+1)
8.
FRM 691
DOCTORAL SEMINAR I
1(1+0)
9.
FRM 692
DOCTORAL SEMINAR II
1(1+0)
10.
FRM 699
DOCTORAL RESEARCH
45
 
 
TOTAL CREDITS
66
4. Ongoing/Completed research schemes/projects/experiments
Sr. No.
Title of experiments/schemes
Starting year
1
Catch composition of commercial gill net operated along the Mangrol coast, Gujarat
2017
2
Maximum Sustainable Yield estimation of fisheries resources of Gujarat coast with Surplus Production Model.
2016
3
Analysis of condition factor of the ribbon fish Lepturocanthus savala and Trichurus lepturas off Veraval coast
2017
5. Projects completed:
Documentation and seasonal availability of commercially important shellfish species at Veraval fish landing center.
Growth, mortality and stock assessment of Soldier catfish Osteogeneiosus militaris (Linnaeus, 1758) off Veraval coast.
Seasonal variations in population densities of important Diatoms on Zaleswar coast of Veraval
Qualitative studies of zooplankton in Meghal River at Chorwad
Length–weight relationship and stomach content analysis of Japanese threadfin bream (Pink Perch), Nemipterus japonicas
Study on biodiversity of shellfishes in rocky intertidal zone of Veraval coast
Impact of insectivorous birds on fish drying grounds at Veraval
Documentation and seasonal availability of commercially important shellfish species at Veraval fishing harbour
A project entitled“Training programme on value-added fishery products” under RKVY scheme was sanctioned during 2008-09 with a grant of Rs 430.0 lakh and completed in 2011
6. Infrastructure facility and major equipment available
    Infrastructure
Sr. No.
Infrastructure
Photographs
1.
Central Instrument Lab
2.
PG Laboratory
3.
UG Laboratory
4.
Proposed Biodiversity Museum
5.
Laboratory with bench-top instruments for research studies U.V. Spectrophotometer
6.
Laboratory with handy instruments for field level studies
7.
Stereo zoom Microscope
8.
Atomic Absorbsion Spectrophotometer
9.
Light Microscope
10.
Distilled Water Unit
11.
Weighing Balance
  
12.
Hot Air Oven
13.
Hot Plate
14.
Centrifuge
15.
Digital Weighing Balance
16.
E – Classroom

    Major equipment

Sr. No.
Name of equipment
Sr. No.
Name of equipment
1.
U.V Spectrophotometer
10.
Ultralow temperature freezer(-86°C)
2.
Atomic
Absorbsion Spectrophotometer
11.
Refractometer
3.
DO Meter
12.
Digital Vernier Calipers
4.
Multiparameter meter
13.
Stereozoom microscope
5.
Blood profile analysers
14.
GPS
6.
Centrifuge
15.
Binocular Microscope
7.
Automatic Oven
 
 
8.
Digital Weighing balance
 
 
9.
Turbidity meter
 
 
7. Laboratories
Sr. No.
Name of laboratories
1.
Fish Biology Laboratory
2.
UG & PG Laboratories
3.
Instrumentation Laboratory
4.
GIS Laboratory
5.
Biodiversity Laboratory
8. Major achievements of research and teaching
    UG Teaching:
  •     482 graduates passed out after going through theory and practical courses in Fisheries Resource Management as well as RFWE and student READY programmes.
    PG Teaching:
  •     Thirty Eight Master degree students in Fisheries Resource Management passed out from the department and 23 master thesis was submitted.
  •     Four Ph.D. students obtained Doctoral degree from this department.
    Research achievements (2008-2018)
  •     Eight experiments in Fisheries Resource Management were completed.
  •     Six recommendations for emerged from these experiments.
9. No. of Master and Ph.D. Students passed out from the Department.
    (Name of students,title of thesis, name of guide, Year of completion (Only for Ph.D.)
    Number of Master students  :  38
    Number of Ph.D. students    :  04
    Ph.D. Students details
Sr. No.
Name of Students
Title of Thesis
Name of Guide
Year
1.
A. J. Bhatt
Seaweed Diversity at Pirotan and Narara Islands of Marine National Park and Sanctuary In Gulf of Kuchchh.
Dr. A. Y. Desai
2015
2.
H. L. Parmar
Morphometric and Biological Investigations of Sepiella inermis (Van Hasselt, 1835) landed along Veraval coast.
Dr. A. Y. Desai
2018
3.
S. A. Dar
Design Features, Catch Composition and Economics of Gill Nets Operated by OBM Along the Selected Landing Centers of Junagadh District, Gujarat.
Dr. A. Y. Desai
2014
4.
A. M. Joshi
Oceanographic Conditions and their Influence on Marine Phytoplankton Assemblage along Marine National Park and Sanctuary, Gulf of Kuchchh
Dr. A. Y. Desai
2017
10. Recommendations (2008-2018)
Sr. No.
Recommendation Title
Year
1.
Seventy finfish species of different genera were recorded during the period of October 2010 to May 2014 at Veraval fish landing centre. The major groups of finfish available are sharks and rays, pomfrets, crockers, groupers, threadfins, ribbonfish, clupeids, lizard fish, sea catfishes, leather jackets, bull's eye. Fishes like Rachycentron canadum, Mene maculate, Pomadasys maculates, Lethrinus ramark, Upenus sp., Cypselury obligolepis, Remora remora, Therapon jarbua, Therapon theraps, Harpodon nehereus, Plotosus conius, Coryphaena hippurus are available in very less proportion at Veraval fish landing center.
2014-15
2.
The present level of fishing on the Soldier catfish, Osteogeneiosus militaris, confirmed that the stock is being overexploited. Estimated growth parameters for O. militaris were 523 mm and 0.62 for L∞ & K respectively. Estimated mortality parameters for O. militaris were 1.09, 3.67 and 2.58 for natural mortality, total mortality and fishing mortality respectively.
2014-15
3.
The size and weight of Threadfin bream, Nemipterus japonicus available at Gujarat coast ranged from 6.5-24.1 cm and 20.5-277 g respectively with the length-weight relationship equation Log W = -2.2520 + 2.4669 Log L. The major food composition of N. japonicus constituted of crustaceans (54.35%), finfishes (30.24%), molluscs (7.80%), and unidentified and semi–digested materials (5.80%).
2014-15
4.
The most abundant and year round species found at Veraval are Patella radiate followed by Turbo intercostalis, Chiton granoradiatus, Rinoclavis sinensis and Cerithium spp. of molluscs and Balanus amphtrite among the crutaceans.
2014-15
5.
Twenty two shellfish species including shrimps, crabs, lobsters, squids, cuttlefish and octopus of different genera were recorded during October 2012 to May 2016 at fishing harbor of Veraval, Gujarat.
2014-15
6.
Fishes dried on open grounds during the fishing season are infested with maggots and adults of technids fly attracting of several insectivorous birds especially cattle egret, which play an important role in the natural control of the infested pests.
2015-16
11. Experiential learning  (2011-18) :- NIL
      Extension/Training ACTIVITIES-2017
B.Sc. Zoology Student visiting FRM Dept.
B.Sc. Zoology Student visiting FRM Dept.
Lecture to
Celebration of Shark Awareness Day 2019
12. Awards/Medals received by the faculty/students
Sr. No.
Name of faculty / student
Nature of Award
Authority
Year
1.
Prof. A. J. Bhatt
Best Teacher Award
Society of Biological Sciences and Rural Development, Allahabad
2019
2.
Prof. A. J. Bhatt
Young Scientist Award
Dr. Ram Avatar Siksha Samitti (DRASS), Lucknow.
2019
3.
Prof. V.C. Bajaniya
Best poster (Second prize) award in 8th National level Science Symposium
Christ College, Rajkot
2015
4.
Prof. V.C. Bajaniya
First rank for poster presentation in 11th National Science Symposium on Recent Trends in Science and Technology
Christ College, Rajkot
2019
5.
Prof. V.C. Bajaniya
Young Achiever Award
Society for Advancement of Human and Nature , Solan (H.P.)
2019
6.
Prof. V.C. Bajaniya
Second rank for poster presentation in one day national conference on New Horizon of Biological Sciences
Saurashtra University, Rajkot
2019
7.
Prof. V. M. Chavda
Best poster award (First prize) in International Science Symposium
Christ College, Rajkot
2017
8.
Dr. Arti M. Joshi
Young Scientist Award
Society of Biological Sciences and Rural Development, Allahabad, U.P., India
2016
9.
Dr. Arti M. Joshi
Junior Scientist  Award
Dr. Ram Avatar Siksha Samitti (DRASS), Lucknow.
2019
10.
G. S. Temkar
Junior Young Scientist Award
Society of Biological Sciences and Rural Development, Allahabad, U.P., India
2017
11.
G. S. Temkar
Chancellors Gold Medal
Junagadh Agricultural University, Junagadh, Gujarat, India
2015
12.
G. S. Temkar
Best Oral Presentation
टेकफ़ीश2019, राष्ट्रीयवैज्ञनीकहीन्दीसंगोष्ठी, 25 जून2019. वेरावल
2019
     Recognitionreceived by the faculty/students:
Sr. No.
Name of faculty / student
Nature of Award
Authority
Year
1.
Prof. A. J. Bhatt
Appreciation Certificate
Bhartiya Krishi Anusandhan Samittee and Krishi Anusandhan Sanchar Kendra (ARCC), Karnal
2018
2.
Dr. Arti M. Joshi
Ex-Joint Secretary
Society of Fisheries and Life Sciences, Office- College of Fisheries, Mangaluru – 575002, Karnataka, India (Registration No. DKM/S-47/2016)
2017
3.
Dr. Arti M. Joshi
Associate Editor
Journal of Fisheries and Life Sciences, College of Fisheries, Mangaluru- 575002, Karnataka, India (ISSN: 2456-6268)
2016
4.
Dr. Arti M. Joshi
State Coordinator
Environment & Social Welfare Society, Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh, India (Reg. No. SC2707.2K)
2019
5.
Dr. Arti M. Joshi
Life Membership
Society of Biological Sciences and Rural Development, Allahabad (U.P.)
2016
6.
Dr. Arti M. Joshi
Life Membership
Trends in Biosciences (A monthly International Scientific Journal) from Society for Advancement of Science and Rural Development, Kanpur (U.P.)
2016
7.
Dr. Arti M. Joshi
Life Membership
Advance in Life Sciences from Society for Advancement of Science and Rural Development, Kanpur (U.P.)
2017
8.
Dr. Arti M. Joshi
Life Membership
Trends in Biotechnology & Biological Sciences from Society for Advancement of Science and Rural Development, Kanpur (U.P.)
2017
9.
Dr. Arti M. Joshi
Annual Membership
Environment and Social welfare society, Khajuraho (M.P.)
2019
10.
Dr. Arti M. Joshi
Member
International Journal of Bio-resource and Stress Management, Puspa Publishing House, Dum Dum, Kolkata (ISSN: 0976-3988)
2018
11.
Dr. Arti M. Joshi
Certificate of Acknowledgement
Wildlife Trust of India
2012
12.
Dr. Arti M. Joshi
Appreciation Certificate
Bhartiya Krishi Anusandhan Samittee and Krishi Anusandhan Sanchar Kendra (ARCC), Karnal
2018
13.
Dr. Arti M. Joshi
Certificate of Acknowledgement
Wildlife Trust of India
2018
14.
G. S. Temkar
Certificate of Acknowledgement
Wildlife Trust of India
2012
15.
G. S. Temkar
Appreciation Certificate
Bhartiya Krishi Anusandhan Samittee and Krishi Anusandhan Sanchar Kendra (ARCC), Karnal
2018
16.
G. S. Temkar
Life Membership
Society of Biological Sciences and Rural Development, Allahabad, U.P., India
2017
17.
G. S. Temkar
Member
International Journal of Bio-resource and Stress Management, Puspa Publishing House, Dum Dum, Kolkata (ISSN: 0976-3988)
2018
13. Number of publications including research papers, books/chapter in book,   bulletins, research papers above and below NAAS rating 6, popular articles (2006-2018)
1
Research papers published in national journals
40
2.
Research papers published in international journals
23
3.
Research papers presented at national seminar/symposia
33
4.
Books/chapters in book
23
5.
Bulletins
00
6.
Manuals
00
7.
Popular articles
23
14.  List of publication  (Citation)
Sr. No.
Title of paper
Authors
Journal
Year
NAAS rating
1.
Isolation and Bio-Characterization of Chloropyrifos Degrading Bacteria.
Parmar K.J., Tomar R.S., Parakhia M.V., Malviya B.J., Rathod V.M., Thakkar J.R., Kothari V.V., Bhatt A.J., Bhalara R.L. and Golakiya B.A.
Journal of Cell and Tissue Research, 14(3): 4641-4646.
2014
4.04
2.
Molecular Characterization of Chloropyrifos Degrading Bacteria and Gene.
Paramar K., Tomar R.S., Parakhia M.V., Malviya B.J., Rathod V.M., Bhatt A.J., Bhalara R.B. and Golakiya B.A.
Journal of Cell and Tissue Research, 15(3): 5533-5239.
2015
4.04
3.
Distribution and diversity of Shellfishes along the intertidal rocky cost of Veraval, Gujarat (India).
Dave T.H., Chudasma B.G., Kotiya A.S., Bhatt A.J. and Vaghela D.T.
International Journal of Sciences & Applied Research, 2(9) 33-39.
2015
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4.
Status, Distribution and diversity of some macroalgae along the intertidal coast of Okha, Gulf of Kachchh, Gujarat in India.
Dave T.H., Vaghela D.T. and Chudasama B.G.
Journal of Entomology and Zoology studies, 7(3): 327-331.
2019
5.53
5.
Development and characterization of fish crackers prepared from the bull’s eye (Priacanthus hamrur, Forsskal, 1775) fish meat and different starches
Chudasama B.G., Zofair S.M., Bhola D.V. and Dave T.H.
Journal of Entomology and Zoology studies, 7(3): 401-406.
2019
5.53
6.
Survey and Diversity of Intertidal molluscs along the coast of Veraval (Gujarat), Arabian Sea
Dave T.H. and Chudasama B.G.
International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology, 7(1): 353 – 360.
2018
3.98
7.
Comparative study of quality changes in physicochemical and sensory characteristics of iced and refrigerated chilled store Indian Mackerel (Rastrelliger kanagurta)
Chudasama B.G., Dave T.H. and Bhola D.V.
Journal of Entomology and Zoology studies, 6(4): 533-537
2018
5.53
8.
Preparation and evaluation of edible fish powder prepared from small sized croaker Otolithes ruber landed at southern coast of Gujarat
Chudasama B.G., Zofair S.M., Dave T.H. and Bhola D.V.
International Journal of Processing and Post-Harvest Technology. 3(1):28-31
2012
3.84
9.
Evaluation of Arthrospira fusiformis as a Protein Source in the Diet of
Penaeus monodonFabricius
Tank, K.V., James T., Nair C.M. and  Bajaniya V.C.
Journal of Applied Aquaculture, 22 (2), 109-116.
2010
--
10.
Growth and Survival of Penaeus monodon (Fabricius, 1798)
in Monosex and Mixed-sex Cultures
Bajaniya V.C., Nair C.M., Salin K.R. and Tank K.V.
Journal of Fisheries Technology, 51(1), 13-18.
 
2014
5.25
11.
Antibacterial activity of seaweeds from Veraval Coast
Parmar, P.V., Solanki J.B., Nanjiyani R.P., Kamaliya N.L., Chavda V.M., Parmar H.V. and Bajaniya V.C.
The Bioscan, 11(4): 2133-2135.
2016
5.26
12.
Importance of fisheries education in Gujarat
Solanki J.B., Parmar P.V. and Bajaniya V.C.
Guj. J. Ext. Edu., 28: 2. 
2017
3.86
13.
Biology of the spineless cuttlefish, Sepiella inermis (van hasselt, 1835) landed along Veraval coast
Parmar, H.L., Desai A.Y., Solanki J.B., Zofair S.M. and Bajaniya V.C.
J. Exp. Zool. India,21(2): 1285-1288.
2018
5.51
14.
Constraints analysis of shrimp farming in Saurashtra, Gujarat, India
Tank K.V., Yusufzai S.I. and Bajaniya V.C.
Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies, 7(3): 124-127.
2019
5.51
15.
Composition and diversity of fish and shell fish catch of trawl net along the Veraval coast, Gujarat, India
Tank K.V., Bajaniya V.C. and Solanki J.B.
Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies, 7(3): 1007-1010.
2019
5.51
16.
Estimation of growth parameters of Indian squid Uroteuthis (Photololigo) duvauceli (d’Orbigny, 1848) off-Veraval Coast
Chavda V.M., Parmar P.V. and Solanki J.B.
Journal of Ecology and Fisheries, 8 (2):15-18.
2015
--
17.
Length weight relationship of shovel-nosed lobster Thennus nimaculatus (Burnton and Davie, 2007) from Veraval fishing harbor.
Chavda V.M., Solanki J.B. and Pamar H.V.
Journal of Ecology and Fisheries, 8 (2):19-22.
2015
--
18.
Socio-economic Status and Scope for improvement of NaviBandar Fishing Village of Saurashtra
Chavda V.M., Solanki J.B. and Pamar H.V.
Journal of Ecology and Fisheries,
8 (2):1- 6.
2015
--
19.
Antibacterial activity of seaweeds from Veraval Coast
Parmar P.V., Parmar H.V. and Chavda V.M.
The Bioscan, 11(4): 2133-2135.
2016
5.26
20.
Harvest and post harvest of mud crab (Scylla serrata) along Saurashtra Coast of Gujarat
Solanki J. B., Parmar P., Parmar H., Kotia A., Parmar H. and Chavda V.
International Journal of Processing and Post Harvest Technology, 7: 2, 199-203.
2016
3.84
21.
Effect of Clove oil treatment on frozen storage of Indian mackerel (Rastrelliger kanagurta) streaks
Solanki J. B., Parmar P., Parmar H.P., Chavda V. and Kotia A.
International Journal of Processing and Post Harvest Technology,7: 2, 269-273.
2016
3.84
22.
Ecological study about Edible Oyster bed of Saccostrea cucullata in Gomti Creek near Dwarka
Parmar H.V., Parmar P.V., Solanki J.B. and Chavda V.M.
International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology, 5:6, 4459-4464.
2016
3.98
23.
Estimation of growth parameters of Indian squid Uroteuthis (Photololigo) duvauceli (d’Orbigny, 1848) off-Veraval Coast
Chavda V.M., Parmar P.V. and Solanki J.B.
Journal of Ecology and Fisheries, 8 (2): 15-18.
2015
--
24.
Effect of egg albumen (protein additive) on surimi prepared from lizardfish (Saurida tumbil) during frozen storage
Parmar H.L., Solanki J.B. Zofair S.M. and  Dodia A.R.
AACL Bioflux,4(3): 306-312.
2011
--
25.
Traditional storage method of dried fishes by sea sand for consumption along saurashtra coast, Gujarat.
Parmar H.L., Solanki J.B., Kotiya A.S., Jetani K.L. and Dodia A.R.
Fishing Chimes,31(2): 50-52
2011
 
26.
MAIKULAP (Fish Biryani): the most favourite dish of Saurashtra coast, particularly among fisher community.
Parmar H.L., Gohel J., Solanki J.B., Zofair S. M. and Dodia A. R.
Fishing chimes,32(2): 34-35
2012
 
27.
A record of Sunfish (Mola mola) at Veraval landing center, Gujarat.
Parmar H.L., Solanki J.B., Parmar P.V. and Dodia A.R.
Ecology and Fisheries, 6 (2): 15-17
2013
 
28.
Traditional catching method using “Topiya” trap at Veraval, Gujarat.
Solanki J.B. Parmar P. V., Parmar H.L., Dodia A.R. and Parmar H.V.
Ecology and Fisheries, 7 (2): 45-48
2014
 
29.
Freshness evaluation of fish by quality index method (QIM) and Instrumental method at veraval fish landing centre.
Parmar H.L., Solanki J.B., Parmar A., Parmar E. and Masani M
International Journal of Processing and Post harvest Technology,7(1): 42-46
2016
 
30.
Biology of spineless cuttlefish (Sepiella inermis) landed along veraval coast.
Parmar H.L., Desai A.Y. and Solanki J.B.
Journal of Experimental Zoology, India 2018 Vol.21 No.2 pp.1285-1288
 
 
31.
Seasonal variations of oceanographic conditions along Marine National Park and Sanctuary, Gulf of Kutch, Gujarat. 
Joshi A.M., Desai A.Y., Bhatt A.J., Kardani H.K. and Yusufzai S.I.
Journal of Experimental Zoology, India, 20(2): 879-884.
2017
5.51
32.
Ichthyofaunal Biodiversity of Kharakuva Fish Market, Veraval, Gujarat, India.
Joshi A., Parmar E.A.R., Temkar G.S., Desai A.Y. and Bhatt A.J.
International Journal of Bioresource and Stress Management, 9(5): 596-605.
2018
4.65
33.
The study on diversity of gastropod family Turbinidae present along Veraval coast, Gujarat.
Barad M.M. and Bhatt A.J.
Journal of Natural Resources and Development, 13(2): 1-4.
2018
3.46
34.
Grazing interaction between some selected gastropods and seaweeds at Alibag and Srivardhan coast, Maharashtra.
Veerendra Singh, Geetanjali Deshmukhe, R.A. Khileri, Tarachand Kumawat, S.R. Lende, R.K. Ram and A.J. Bhatt
Journal of Experimental Zoology, India, 21(1): 315-318.
2018
5.51
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Food and feeding habits of the Bulls eye (Priacanthus hamrur) landed along the Veraval coast of Saurashtra region, Gujarat.
Jungi D. and Bhatt A.J.
Journal of Natural Resources and Development, 13(2): 1-4.
2018
3.46
36.
Checklist of diatoms species available along the Narara and Poshitra Island, Marine National Park, Jamnagar, Gujarat.
Joshi A.M., Desai A.Y., Bhatt A.J., Kardani H.K. and Yusufzai S.I.
International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies, 6(2): 17-20.
2019
4.00
37.
Assessment of aquatic flora and fauna associated with artificial reef at Miyani estuary, Gujarat.
Joshi A.M., Desai A.Y., Parmar P.M., Parmar P.V. and Parmar H V.
Journal of Experimental Zoology, India, 18(2): 631-636.
2015
5.51
38.
Diversity and status of corals along the Okhamandal coast, western coast of India.
Vala R.B., Vadher K.H., Parmar A.M., Pampaniya N.A., Pushp A. and Joshi A.
Journal of Experimental Zoology, India, 19(2): 851-855.
2016
5.51
39.
Role of women in fisheries sector of west coast, Gujarat.
Joshi A.M., Desai A.Y., Ishakani A., Panja T., Saroj J. and Vadher K.
Advances in Life Sciences, 5(16): 6237-6240.
2016
3.15
40.
Efficacy of clove oil as a Natural anesthetic on sword tail fish (Xiphophorus helleri).
Sumara M.A.K., Vadher K.H., Ishakani A.H., Veerendra S., Khileri R.A. and Joshi A.
Progressive Research - An International Journal, 12(3): 2339-2341.
2017
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41.
Studies on some population attributes of Nemipterus japonicas (Bloch 1791) landed at Veraval, Gujarat.
Khileri R.A., Mathew K.L., Desai A.Y., Lende S.R., Baraiya K.G. and Joshi A.M.
Journal of Experimental Zoology India, 20(1): 599-604.
2017
5.51
42.
GIS based mapping of common dolphinfish Coryphaena hippurus (Linnaeus, 1758) off Saurashtra coast, India.
Saroj J., Koya M., Mathew K.L., Joshi A. and Panja T.
Journal of Experimental Zoology India, 21(2): 1103-1106.
2018
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43.
Feeding biology and length – weight relationship of Indian Squid (Uroteuthis duvauceli) in coastal waters of Gujarat.
Panja T., Desai A.Y., Saroj J. and Joshi A.
Journal of Experimental Zoology India, 22(1): 609-613.
2019
5.51
44.
Ictyofaunal diversity in vicinity of marine protected areas, Jamnagr, Gulf of Kachchh, India.
Brahmane V.T., Temkar G.S., Metar S.Y., Sikotaria K.M. and Desai A.Y.
Asian Journal of Advanced Basic Sciences, 3(1): 78-88.
2014
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45.
Differential response of varying temperature and salinity regimes on nutrient uptake of drifted fragments of Kappaphycus alvarezii: implication on survival and growth.
Mandal S.K., Ajay G., Monisha N., Malarvizhi J., Temkar G.S. and Mantri V.A.
Journal of Applied Phycology, DOI: 10.1007/s10811-014-469-1.
2014
8.40
46.
The studies on distribution and community structure of five selected species of marine gastropods along the rocky intertidal area of Veraval, Gujarat, India.
Temkar G.S., Azeez A.P., Metar S.Y., Brahmane V.T., Sikotariya K.M. and Mathew K.L.
Journal of Advances in Agricultural Science and Technology, 2(6): 94-101.
2014
3.77
47.
Bio-optic characterization of Discophaera tubifer bloom occurs in an overcrowded fishing harbour at Veraval, India.
Mandal S.K., Patel V.R., Temkar G., George B.M. and Raman M.
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 187(9): 1-16. DOI: 10.1007/s10661-015-4798-6
2015
7.80
48.
Correlation of phytoplankton density with certain hydrological parameters along the coastal waters of Veraval, Gujarat.
Temkar G.S., Abdul Azeez P., Sikotaria K.M., Brahmane V.T., Metar S.Y., Gangan S.S., Mathew K.L. and Desai A.Y.
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of India, 57 (2): 1-10. DOI: 10.6024/jmbai. 2015.57.2.01870-10
2015
5.28
49.
Threatened ichthyofaunal reported in the vicinity of marine protected areas, Jamnagar, Gulf of Kachchh, India.
Brahmane V.T., Desai A.Y., Temkar G.S. and Patel M. R.
Journal of Experimental Zoology India, 19(1): 1257-1262.
2016
5.51
50.
GIS based mapping of spatio-temporal distribution pattern of ribbonfish Trichiurus lepturus (Linnaeus, 1758) along Saurashtra coast, India.
Azeez A.P., Koya M., Mathew K.L., Temkar G.S. and Khileri R.A.
Indian Journal of fisheries, 63(4):10-14. DOI: 10.21077/ ijf.2016.63.4.52912-02
2016
6.28
51.
Socio-personal profile of fisher folk (Dol Net operators) at Navabandar Coast, Gujarat.
Temkar G.S., Sikotaria K.M., Metar S.Y., Azeez A.P., Satam S.B. and Mathew K.L.
Ecology and Fisheries, 9(2): 1-6.
2016
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52.
New record of Rhizosolenia cochlea (Brun, 1891) and Rhizosolenia bergonii (Peragallo, 1892) from the Palk Bay, southeast coast, India.
Temkar G. and Mandal S.K.
Indian Journal of Geo-Marine Sciences, 46(11):2201-2206.
2017
6.29
53.
Spatio-temporal variability of physico-chemical variables, chlorophyll a, and primary productivity in the northern Arabian Sea along India coast.
Vase V.K., Dash G., Sreenath K.R., Temkar G., Shailendra R., Koya K.M., Divu D., Dash S., Pradhan R.K., Sukhdhane K.S. and Jayasankar J.
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 190(3): 148. DOI: 10.1007/s10661-018-6490-0
2018
7.80
54.
Functional Properties of Gelatin Extracted from Skin of Sole fish (Cynoglossus macrostomus) (Norman, 1928).
Sawant R.R., Metar S.Y., Koli J.M., Nirmale V.H., Vishwasrao V.V. and Temkar G.S.
Fishery Technology, 55: 34-40.
2018
5.25
55.
Checklist of diatoms species available along the Veraval coast.
Temkar G.S., Brahmane V.T., Azeez A.P., Mathew K.L. and Desai A.Y.
Journal of Natural Resources and Development, 13(1): 11-17.
2018
3.46
56.
Ichthyofaunal Diversity of Dol net fishery at Navabandar, Gujarat.
Sikotaria K.M., Temkar G.S., Azeez A.P. and Mathew K.L.
International Journal of Bio-resource and Stress Management, 9(1):108-113. DOI:10.23910/IJBSM/2018.9.1.3C0599
2018
4.65
57.
Diet composition and feeding dynamics of Trichiurus lepturus Linnaeus, 1758 off Gujarat, north-west coast of India.
Koya K.M., Vase V.K., Azeez A.P., Sreenath K.R., Dash G., Bharadiya S., Ganesh T. and Rohit P.
Indian Journal of fisheries, 65(2): 50-57.
2018
6.28
58.
A Case Study on Dol Net Fishing Operation and Its Economic Analysis.
Sikotaria K.M., Temkar G.S., Azeez A.P. and Mathew K.L.
Indian Journal of Fisheries, 65(4):147-153. DOI: 10.21077/ ijf.2018.65.4.72774-18
2018
6.28
59.
Biological aspects of threadfin bream Nemipterus japonicas (Bloch, 1791) along coast of Saurashtra, Gujarat.
Sarman V., Kardani H., Vase V., Pal M. and Vadher P.
Journal of Fisheries and Life Sciences. 3(1) 34-38.
2018
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60.
Effect of biotic and abiotic factors in feeding activity in teleost fish: A Review.
Mahavadiya D., Sapra D., Rathod V. and Vagh S.
Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies, 6(3), 387-390.
2018
5.53
61.
Food and feeding habits of Nemipterus japonicus (Bloch, 1791) from Veraval coast, Gujarat.
Sarman V., Kardani H.K., Vase V., Pal M., Neelmani, Mahavadiya D. and Rathod V.
Indian Journal of Geo-marine Sciences
2019
6.29
62.
A Comprehencive study on the Reproductive Biology of pharaoh cuttle fish Sepia pharaonis Ehrenberg, 1831 along North west coast of India.
Pal M., Kardani H.K., Vase V., Vagh S. and Solanki V.
Indian Journal of Geo-marine Sciences
2019
6.29
63.
Seasonal zooplankton diversity in relation to Physico-Chemical parameters of a reservoir in Saurashtra, Gujarat.
Neelmani, Vagh S., Pargi N., Vyas U. D., Pal M., Vaghela D. T. and Kumavat T.
Journal of experimental zoology of India, 22.
2019
5.51