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Shri.Rajendra Naik N

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Email: rajendranaik08@gmail.com,  
Role:Scientist
Focus of Research:
  • Crustacean fisheries
  • GIS application in fisheries
  • Chlorophyll revalidation and Climate change
Background:

After completion of MFSc in Fisheries Resources and Management in 2010 I have joined ICAR in 2011. I am working in CMFRI since 2012 on crustacean fisheries and management. I have worked on understanding Indian crustacean biology and population dynamics. At present I am working on GIS application in fisheries, Chlorophyll revalidation and Climate change

Education:
  • MFSc 2010 Karnataka Veterinary, Animal and Fisheries Sciences University
  • BFSc 2008 Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University
Current Research Projects
No Title Funded By
1 National Initiative on Climate Resilient Agriculture (NICRA) ICAR
2 GIS based resource mapping of distribution and abundance of finfishes and shellfishes off Indian coast for suggesting operational based strategies for fisheries management.   CMFRI
3 Remote sensing assisted biodynamic forecasting paradigm for Indian marine fishery resources. CMFRI
4 Development of Fisheries Management Plans for Sustaining Marine Fisheries of Andhra Pradesh CMFRI
5 Trawl fishery of the North east coast of India: An appraisal. CMFRI
6 Installation of artificial reefs at a selected site off Visakhapatnam coast, Andhra Pradesh Govt. of A.P.
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Publications:

eprints@cmfri

Best 5 Publications:
  1. Ghosh, S., Rao, M. V. H., Ranjan R., Xavier, B., Edward, L. L., Menon, M., Behera P. R. and Naik N. R. 2014. Bioremediation, A novel tool for environmental friendly shrimp aquaculture. In: Gupta S. K and Bharti P. K. (Eds) Aquaculture and Fisheries environment. Discovery publication house, New Delhi p. 140-163.
  2. Loveson L Edward, Sekar Megarajan, Pralaya Ranjan Behera, N. Rajendra Naik. Site selection and water quality requirements for cage culture. Pg.7-15, training manual on cage culture of finfishes. 2014.
  3. Sekar Megarajan, Muktha Menon, Pralaya Ranjan Behera, N. Rajendra Naik. Site selection and water quality requirements for cage culture. Pg.7-15, training manual on cage culture of finfishes. 2014.
  4. Behera, Pralaya Ranjan and Rajendra Naik, N and Edward, Loveson and Muktha, M (2013) Olive ridley turtles released back into the sea at Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh - A note. Marine Fisheries Information Service; Technical and Extension Series (217). p. 14.
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