World Brackishwater Aquaculture Conference

Dr. Rajeev Raghavan delivered a lead talk on ‘Aichi Biodiversity Targets, Sustainable Development Goals and Estuarine Biodiversity Conservation in India’ at BRAQCON 2019, World Brackishwater Aquaculture organized by the ICAR-Central Institute of Brackishwater Aquaculture (CIBA), Chennai, India. read more →

New paper on religion and alien species

A new paper co-authored by Dr. Rajeev Raghavan discussing the link between religious practices and exotic species has been published in Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. read more →

Field surveys in the Laccadive archipelago

Co-supervised PhD student Ramvilas Ghosh is carrying out gorgonan field surveys in the islands of the Laccadive archipelago and learning his first lessons in deep sea diving! read more →

Puffer fish exploitation and potential trophic changes in the Arabian Sea

An MSc student paper on the exploitation of pufferfishes and their potential implications on trophic changes in the Arabian sea was published in the Journal of Fish Biology read more →

Collaborative research with CNR, Lobesa, Bhutan

PhD student VK Anoop is in Bhutan working with scientists and researchers at the College of Natural Resources (CNR), Royal University of Bhutan, Lobesa, Kingdom of Bhutan for a period of two weeks. read more →

Keynote speaker at the International Mahseer Conference

Dr. Rajeev Raghavan delivered the opening Keynote talk on day 2 of the International Mahseer Conference held at Paro discussing the issues associated with hatchery-associated translocations of mahseers in India. read more →

Talk at the International Mahseer Conference

VK Anoop delivered a talk on the ‘status, threats and opportunities to conserve the world’s rarest mahseer species, Tor remadevii’ at the International Mahseer Conference in Paro, Bhutan on 4th December 2018 read more →

International Mahseer Conference

Dr. Rajeev Raghavan and VK Anoop participated in the International Mahseer Conference held in Paro, Bhutan from 2nd to 7th December 2018. read more →

Field work in the Agasthyamalai Hills

PhD student Arya Sidharthan spent a week in the rivers draining the Agasthyamalai hills in the southern part of the Western Ghats Hotspot, looking for balitorid loaches. read more →