Sivaraman Iyemperumal

Sivaraman Iyemperumal
Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture | CIFA · Social Science Section

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Under the farmer FIRST project about 400 beneficiary farmers were provided access toimproved agricultural technologies in Khordha district. Skill training and demonstration ofmodules on improved technologies on Crop, Horticulture, Livestock and Fishery wereconducted. Following the DFID framework (1999) the impact on livelihoods of farmerswas measur...
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India is the second largest fish producing country in the world, but our per capita fish consumption is less than the global average. Blessed with abundant water resources across the country, we are yet to exploit the full potential of the available resources. As the marine production is almost stagnant, the additional fish production has to be sou...
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This study profiles the growth and instability of the Indian fish and fishery products export and its performance over the past five decades. The results show that growth rates of seafood exports has been increasing, though the instability increased. The possible reason for the growth and instability of Indian fish and fishery exports have also bee...
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We surveyed the fish farmers of five states, viz. Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Gujarat, Odisha and West Bengal of India for adaptation and mitigation strategies of climate change impact in freshwater aquaculture. In monsoon period especially when the cyclone occurred, overall 9% fish farmers responded regarding fish migration from one pond to another...
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In this work, we aimed to study the trend of the annual and seasonal mean rainfall and temperature of India over the period of 1901–2014. The long-term trend of rainfall and temperature was evaluated by linear regression and Mann–Kendall test. The magnitude of the trend was assessed by Sen’s Slope. In the last 30 years, the annual and summer rainfa...
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