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COLUMBUS Brokerage Event
Wednesday, October 18, 2017  10:30 - 12:50  Daksa
Chair: TBA
10:40 
Debashish Mazumder
ENHANCING AQUACULTURE ENVIRONMENT FOR SUSTAINABLE GROWTH OF INDUSTRY: ROLES OF ECOLOGICAL DIVERSITY, STABILITY AND RESILIENCE
11:20
Mubarak Eisa Abdelrahman Tibin
CURRENT STATUS AND SUSTAINABILITY ISSUES OF MARINE RESOURCES AND BIODIVERSITY IN SUDANESE NATIONAL RED SEA WATER
11:40 
Tony Chiffings
ENVIRONMENTAL RISK ASSESSMENT & MANAGEMENT PLANNING: A CASE STUDY
12:00
Hadzley Harith
Study on bottom temperature condition associated with blood cockle Anadara granosa induce spawning affected by thermal plume discharge from nearby thermal power station in Kapar, Selangor
13:50
Aurore Trottet
CARRYING CAPACITY ASSESSMENT OF A COASTAL ECOSYSTEM FOR MUSSEL AQUACULTURE
14:10 
Masamichi Nakajima
mtDNA MUTATION OBSERVED IN MASU SALMON COLLECTED IN FUKUSHIMA
14:30 
Tarunamulia
EXPLORING BIOPHYSICAL AND MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES OF SMALL-SCALE SHRIMP FARM CLUSTERS IN INDONESIA USING FINE-SCALE GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION AND ANALYSIS
14:50 
Debashish Mazumder
ISOTOPES FOR AQUACULTURE
15:10 
Niken Gusmawati
MONITORING POND ACTIVITY USING VHSR IMAGES: CASE STUDY PERANCAK ESTUARY, BALI, INDONESIA
16:00
SHahunthala D. Ramachandran
Issues Related to Blood Cockle Anadara granosa Mortality in West Coast of Peninsular Malaysia.
16:20 
Jay Dev Bista
Community based Lake Resources Management: A Successful model in Lakes oF Pokhara Valley, Nepal.
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