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Articles by Gazi Mahabubul Alam
Total Records ( 3 ) for Gazi Mahabubul Alam
  I. Zamidi , A. Samat , C.C. Zaidi , A.G. Mazlan , Gazi Mahabubul Alam , Abul Quasem Al-Amin and K.D. Simon
  Several aspects of the reproductive biology of four finger threadfin, Eleutheronema tetradactylum collected from coastal waters of Sebatu, Malacca, Peninsular Malaysia between August 2009 and October 2010 were studied to describe the fecundity and temporal reproductive cycle. Temporal reproductive cycle was reviewed utilizing monthly changes in Gonadosomatic Index (GSI) and macroscopic observation of ovaries. Estimated fecundity of mature ovaries ranged from 341,358-1,114,757 eggs with a Total Length (TL) that range from 38.0-55.5 cm. The estimated average fecundity was 663,078±76,935. The relative fecundity ranged from 393-1202 eggs g-1 b.wt. with induced a 657±68 mean value. According to our findings; a linear correlation appeared between the estimated Fecundity (F), Ovary Weight (OW), Body Weight (BW) and Total Length (TL) show. Present results also indicate that four finger threadfin fish has a lengthy spawning season starting from March-September in Malacca coastal waters of Peninsular Malaysia.
  Gazi Mahabubul Alam , Aishath Farhath , Abdul Jalil Othman , Talukder Golam Rabby and Pradip Kumar Mishra
  Proper utilization of natural resources has been considered as one of the key tools for development. Experience confirms that while a few countries have become industrialized through the proper usage of natural resources by expanding other sectors with the alignment of global development phenomena, some countries are only consuming the wealth of natural resources and expending pleasurable daily life without working for fundamental sustainable development required to meet the future challenges. Maldives is one of the developing countries having some potential natural resources. A country of islands must have an ample prospect of fisheries sector. There is a shortage of competent manpower both at the level of policy making and at the grass root level. The fisheries sector of Maldives is yet to be developed with a long run vision that is connected with the national development goal. Country’s borrowed British education system is not necessarily catering to the local need. Given the nature of this short communication research letter, this study will explore some issues with an aim of offering some suggestions towards a solution.
  Ferdous Ahmed , Gazi Mahabubul Alam , Abul Quasem Al-Amin and Che Hashim Bin Hassan
  To provide an acceptable adaptation measures for the resilience to climate change, this study explores the challenges developed through rapid climate changes to livestock that Bangladesh has been experiencing. International discourses on climate change testify that Bangladesh is one of the most vulnerable countries. Moreover, the damage of climate change in this country is significantly spontaneous and intensifying which is considered as one of the biggest challenges in designing the future strategies and their implementation. Being a developing nation, Bangladesh is less able to face the challenges caused through climate change and global warning due to the financial constraint in prioritizing budgetary allocation in a number of emergency and urgent preferences. Livestock sector in Bangladesh alongside agriculture is considered as the backbone of Bangladesh economy. Although, county encounters crucial financial hardship, denying the need of long-term planning and appropriate implementation procedure to the capacity building for the livestock sectors would cost more setbacks ultimately. Therefore, this study suggests some effective guideline for policy option on adaptation and mitigation the climate hazards for the wellbeing of livestock in Bangladesh.
 
 
 
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