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Advances in Indian Coldwater Fisheries and Aquaculture

The diverse natural resource-base, wide climatic diversity of the cold water sector harbour plentiful gene pool which are conducive to conservation and rearing for developing domestic market, aquaculture and growing interest of people in fish farming, ornamental fish keeping and eco-tourism including angling. However, emerging anthropogenic pressure, flow regimes of streams, and climate change are adversely affecting coldwater resources and their fisheries; lead to reduce overall productivity. Nevertheless, technology developed for the culture, breeding and management of the economically viable cold water fish species has a positive impact on the production and productivity, employment generation and sustainable management of the aquatic resources and their piscine fauna


Atul K. Singh

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