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    Proceedings of the Workshop on Fisheries Research and Development in Maharashtra Held at Bombay on 25th And 26th May, 1988

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    Mr. Satyabir Singh Dodd, Director of Fisheries, Maharashtra inaugurated the two days workshop. The objectives of the workshop was (1) to take stock of the available information on the status of the marine fisheries sector in the state, (2) to highlight the local problems which need immediate attention, (3) to explore the possibilities of increasing the marine fish production in the state, (4) to identify priority areas of research which should be tackled by the research institutions and (5) to develop greater co-operation between the state and central government agencies concerned with marine fisheries development

    Glimpses of CMFRI

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    Established in 1947, the Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute has been carrying out pioneering research and development work in the field of marine fisheries with the objective of ensuring fisheries resource, ecosystem and livelihood sustainability in the country. Since 1971, the headquarters of the Institute is in Kochi, Kerala State. Presently the Institute has three Regional Centres at Mandapam Camp, Visakhapatnam and Veraval. Research Centres ore located at Mumbai, Karwar, Mangalore, Calicut, Vizhinjam, Tuticorin and Chennai. Excellent infrastructure and research facilities at the headquarters and research centres include three sea-going vessels, five research hatcheries, four marine aquaria, three biodiversity museums, well equipped research laboratories including an electron microscope, an Agricultural Technology Information Centre (ATIC), computer centre, a state of the art library with server, a Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK), guest house, students hostels, marine form, etc

    Record size oil sardine landed

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    The largest oil sardine (Sardinella longiceps) ever recorded from Indian waters was netted by a purseseiner off Malpe at 30m on 8th September

    Prof.(Dr.)Mohan Joseph Modayil assumes charge as the Director of CMFRI

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    Prof. (Dr.) Mohan Joseph Modayil took over charge as the Director of CMFRI on 2nd September 2000. Earlier he had been serving as Professor and Head, Department of Fisheries Resources Management, College of Fisheries , University of Agricultural Sciences, Mangalore

    Incidental catch of dolphin

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    A dolphin (Stenella longirostris) was caught incidentally at Veraval on 29 March. It was 148 cm in length and weighed 32 kg

    Hatchery produced clam seed ranched in the coastal waters of Kerala

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    It is well known that ranching of the hatchery produced seed of commercially important finfish and shellfish in their natural habitat or other suitable areas would enhance their population. Ranching of salmon, prawns and ababnes is practised in U.S.A., Europe and Japan

    Heavy landings of Scomberoides commersonnianus

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    Heavy landings to the tune of 3.8 t Scomberoides commersonnianus by hooks & line were noticed at Chennai coast, in October 2005

    CMFRI Newsletter No.061 & 062 July- December 1993

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    CMFRI Newsletter No.093 January- June 2001

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    CMFRI Newsletter No.113 January- March 2007

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