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Fisheries Teacher Profile: Dr. Md. Sherazul Islam

Dr. Md. Sherazul Islam
Assistant Professor
Department of Fisheries and Marine Bioscience
Jessore Science & Technology University
Jessore-7408, Bangladesh

Email: tuhinkk@yahoo.com
Cell phone number: +88 01913241344

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Fisheries biology
  • Mangrove aquatic diversity and sustainable management
  • Tropical coastal zone management
  • Freshwater/coastal aquaculture (shrimp/prawn/carps)

 

ACADEMICS

Ph.D. in Agricultural Science (Fisheries Biology)
Global Fisheries Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan; 2008

M. Sc. (2nd) in Aquaculture and Aquatic Resources management
Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Bangkok, Thailand; 2005
Result: CGPA 3.76 in scale 4.

M. Sc. (1st) in Fisheries and Marine Resource Technology
Fisheries and Marine Resource Technology, Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh; 2003
Result: CGPA 3.54 in scale 4

B. Sc. (Hons.) in Fisheries
Khulna University, Khulna, Bangladesh; 2000
Result: CGPA 3.84 in scale 4.

 

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

M.S. Islam and H. Kurokura. Male reproductive biology of mud crab Scylla olivacea in a tropical mangrove swamps. Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science, (Accepted in December 2011).

M.S. Islam and K. Ikejima (2010). Gear type, species composition and economic value on fisheries in the mangroves of Pak Phanang, Thailand. Wetland Ecology and Management, 18:27-36.

M.S. Islam, K. Kodama and H. Kurokura (2010). Ovarian Development of the Mud Crab Scylla paramamosain in a Tropical Mangrove Swamps, Thailand. Journal of Scientific Research, 2(2):380-389.

M.S. Islam, K. Kodama and H. Kurokura (Sep 2010). Ovarian development and size at maturity of the mud crab Scylla olivacea in Pak Phanang mangrove swamps, Thailand. Marine Biology Research 6(5): 503-510.

M.S. Islam and H. Kurokura (2009). Accumulation of lipofuscin and preliminary estimation of age-structure in wild mud crab (Scylla paramamosain) population in tropical mangrove swamps, Thailand. Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science, 4(4):191-202.

M.S. Islam, K. Kodama and H. Kurokura (2008). Preliminary assessment for age estimation of wild population of mud crab (Scylla olivacea) in Pak Phanang Bay, Thailand, using histologically quantified lipofuscin as age marker. La Mer, 45:185-195.

M.S. Islam, K.A. Huq and M.A. Rahman (2008). Polyculture of Thai pangus (Pangasius hypophthalmus, Sauvage 1878) with carps and prawn; a new approach in polyculture technology regarding growth performance and economic return. Aquaculture Research, 39(15): 1620-1628.

M. S. Islam and H. Kurokura (2007). Species composition, Seasonal availability and Importance of Mud crab Fishery in Pak Phanang mangrove, Thailand. 2007 Forum on Fishery Science and Technology, Journal of Fisheries Science of China (accepted in February, 2008).

Huq, K.A., Alam, M.M., Mohsin, A.B.M., Islam, M.S., and Hossain, M.A.R. (2004). A review on the causes of destruction of Sundarban mangrove fisheries of Bangladesh. Progressive Agriculture, Vol. 15(2):113-122.

Huq, K.A., M.S. Islam and M.A. Rahman (2004). “Suitable species composition for polyculture of Thai pangus (Pangasius hypophthalmus) with Indian major carps and freshwater prawn”. Bangladesh Journal of Fisheries (special issue), 27:13.

Huq, K. A., M.S. Islam and M.A.R. Hossain (2001). A Review on importance of sundarban mangrove fisheries of Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Fisheries, 24(1-2):73-85.

 

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