Ms. Tasnuba Hasin
Tasnuba Hasin obtained the degree of B.Sc. Fisheries (Hons.) and Ms in Fisheries Management from the Faculty of Fisheries, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, Bangladesh. She joined as a Lecturer in the Department of Fisheries Resources Management, Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University in the year 2014. Her keen research interests are in the field of ecology and management of inland water resources. As a young researcher she has few publications in reputed journals of the respective area. She received prestigious awards for excellence in academics.
1) Talukder, A., Mallick, D., Mandal, N.S., Anka, I.Z., Shiuli, M.K., Hasin, T., Sarker, S., (2016). Impact of rainfall on spatio-temporal distribution of sediment organic matter along the Chittagong coast, Bangladesh. Journal of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries. 3(1): 175-186.
2) Talukder, A., Mallick, D., Hasin, T., Anka, I.Z., Hasan, M.M. (2016). Spatio-temporal variability in hydro-chemical characteristics of coastal waters of salimpur, Chittagong along the Bay of Bengal. Journal of Fisheries. 4(1): 335-344.
3) Hasin, T., H. Rashid and M.S. Haq. 2012. Feasibility of indigenous Yellowtail catfish Pangasius pangasius culture in earthen ponds. J. Agrofor. Environ. 6(1): 9-12.
FRS 101(T) : Fisheries Resources
BIL 201(T&P) : Biological Limnology
FPD 202(T&P) : Fish Population Dynamics
CCF 301(T) : Climate Change and Fisheries