Dr.Gyanaranjan DashTel: ; Cell:
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- Crustacean fisheries, Population dynamics, stock assessment and fisheries resource management
- Impact of climate change on marine fisheries
- Aquatic animal health management
I have done my masters in fish pathology and microbiology in 2008 during which I have worked on cytokine stimulation study in one of the widely cultured Indian major carps (IMC) i.e. Labeo rohita. Since 2009, I am working in CMFRI on crustacean fisheries related studies. I am working to understand crustacean biology and it population dynamics as well as resolving the management strategy for the sustainable exploitation of this resource. I am also involved in assessing the climate change impact on marine fisheries and its mitigation aspects. Presently, I am pursuing my Ph.D. on probiotic study to understand its beneficial effects in crustacean model.
- PhD Since 2008 (Central institute of fisheries education, Versova, Mumbai)
- MSc 2008 (Central institute of fisheries education, Versova, Mumbai)
- BSc 2006 (Central institute of fisheries education, Versova, Mumbai)
|1||GIS based resource mapping of distribution and abundance of finfishes and shellfishes off Indian coast for suggesting operational based strategies for fisheries management”||CMFRI|
|2||Development of Fishery Management Plans for sustainable Marine Fisheries of Gujarat||CMFRI|
|3||National Initiative on Climate Resilient Agriculture (NICRA)-Marine Fisheries||ICAR|
|4||Remote sensing assisted biodynamic forecasting paradigm for Indian marine fishery resources||CMFRI|
|5||Establishment of sea cage farms for the ‘Sidi’ adivasi tribe of Saurashtra coast of Gujarat and transfer of technology of sea cage farming to the tribe as a livelihood support under the tribal sub plan (TSP)||CMFRI|
- Gold medal award for securing the top score in B.F.Sc. (2006) from Orissa university of Agriculture and Technology (OUAT), Bhubaneswar
- Gold medal award for securing the top score in B.F.Sc. across all agriculture disciplines (2006) from Orissa university of Agriculture and Technology (OUAT), Bhubaneswar
- Gold medal award for securing the top score in M.F.Sc. (2008) from Central Institute of Fisheries Education (CIFE), Versova, Mumbai
1. Swatipriyanka Sen, Shrinivas Jahageerdar, A. K. Jaiswar, S. K. Chakraborty, A. M. Sajina, Gyanaranjan Dash (2011). Stock structure analysis of Decapterus russelli (Ruppell, 1830) from east and west coast of India using truss network analysis. Fisheries Research, 112:38-43.
2. N Ranjit Kumar, Ram Prakash Raman, Sanjay B Jadhao, Rajive Kumar Brahmchari, Kundan Kumar, Gyanaranjan Dash (2013). Effect of dietary supplementation of Bacillus licheniformis on gut microbiota, growth and immune response in giant freshwater prawn, Macrobrachium rosenbergii (de Man, 1879). Aquaculture International, 21:387-403.
3. Gyanaranjan Dash, Swatipriyanka Sen, K. Mohammed Koya, K. R. Sreenath, Suresh Kumar Mojjada, M. S. Zala, S. Pradeep (2013). Fishery and stock assessment of the three-spot swimming crab Portunus sanguinolentus (Herbst, 1783) off Veraval, Gujarat. Indian Journal of Fisheries, 60(4): 17-25.
4. Swatipriyanka Sen, Gyanaranjan Dash, K. Mohammed Koya, K. R. Sreenath, Suresh Kumar Mojjada, Mahendra Kumar Fofandi, M. S. Zala, Sonia Kumari (2014). Stock assessment of Japanese threadfin bream, Nemipterus japonicus. (Bloch, 1791) from Veraval waters. Indian Journal of Marine Sciences, 43(4): 519-527.
5. Gyanaranjan Dash, Ram Prakash Raman, K. Pani Prasad, M. Makesh, M.A. Pradeep, Swatipriyanka Sen (2014) Evaluation of Lactobacillus plantarum as feed supplement on host associated microflora, growth, feed efficiency, carcass biochemical composition and immune response of giant freshwater prawn, Macrobrachium rosenbergii (de Man, 1879), Aquaculture, 432: 225-236.
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- ResearchGate - https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Gyanaranjan_Dash?ev=prf_highl