Natasa Tasnia ShipraSylhet Agricultural University | SAU · Faculty of Fisheries
Natasa Tasnia Shipra
Bachelor of Fisheries Science
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6 Research Items
Tourism and Fisheries both are promising sectors for Bangladesh’s economy as a developing country. Nowadays the fisheries sector is becoming diversified with different perspectives. Recreational fishing has become already exoteric throughout the world. Though Fisheries based Ecotourism, (FbE) is a new concept but it has many potentials, as the tour...
Small-scale fishers contribute a large volume in total inland fish production of Bangladesh. That is why an understanding of their socio-economic circumstance is much important to plan the further progression of small-scale fisheries. This study depicts the livelihood status of small-scale fishers & their obstructions in the Jaldhaka Upazila of Nil...
The consequences of climate change are already being felt now throughout the world. Bangladesh is more at jeopardy from climate change than almost any other country. Coastal fishing community are more precarious to the sardonic eventualities of climate change. The coastal fishing community of Kuakata coastal belt in Bangladesh are living on the edg...
The socio-economic condition of fish farmers was assessed in the HabiganjSadarupazila, Habiganj, Bangladesh to determine the constraints and vulnerability of thecommunity in term of aquaculture. Data from 30 fish farmers were collected duringJanuary to May 2019. Among surveyed farmers, most of the pond size (37.61%)ranged between 0.02 ha to 0.06 ha...
Hilsa (Tenualosa ilisha) fishery contributes around 1% to the national GDP of Bangladesh. Based on a fieldwork the study explored the underlying causes and pathways of Hilsa migration towards Hakaluki Haor and status of Hilsa fishing. To collect empirical data a number of qualitative tools such as interviews, focus group discussion and oral history...
Based on a fieldwork the study explored the underlying causes and pathways of Hilsa migration towards Hakaluki Haor and status of Hilsa fishing. To collect empirical data a number of qualitative tools such as interviews, focus group discussion and oral history from different stakeholders were employed. The study identified, though unusual fishermen...