Volume : III, Issue : XII, December - 2013

Natural Resources and Environmental management: Is there a need for special emphasis for Priority setting in fisheries research

Anil Kumar Singh, S. P. Singh, M. C. Dwivedi, Harminder Singh, Poonam Parihar

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This paper dealt with different type of research problems in fisheries sector faced by the   different community and other related persons involved in fisheries. First of all collection of different type of research problems with the help of scientific and other related community was performed. Second step involved estimation of economic surplus, consumer surplus and producer surplus with the help of different variables. Then we estimated surplus for different research problems in social welfare and prioritize in descending order, all the research problems. Some of more important citations are bio–diversity conservation and quarantine measures shifted from serial number 13 to 44, impact of Farakka barrage on eeding and production of Hilsa and Mahasheer, shifted from serial number 29 to 3, impact of Tehari Dam on eeding and production of fish species shifted from serial number 30 to 10 is an equally important research problem which is a concern of environmental scientist all over the country. Similarly the priority genetic engineering for evolution of new fish species of economic and medical importance shifted from serial number 4 to 5 which indicates nominal change on priority list, showing its high importance for research.

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Anil Kumar Singh, S.P.Singh, M. C. Dwivedi, Harminder Singh, Poonam Parihar Natural Resources and Environmental management: Is there a need for special emphasis for Priority setting in fisheries research Indian Journal of Applied Research, Vol.III, Issue.XII Dec 2013


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