Wetlands and their Fish Diversity in Assam (India)

Devashish Kar 1
  • 1 Assam (Central) University, Division of Wetlands, Fisheries and Aquaculture, Department of Life Science, 788011, India

Abstract

Water is indispensably important for sustenance of life. Wetlands serve as potential reservoirs of water which also harbour coveted bioresources, which sustain animal life. Fish is a potential bioresource for nutrition and offer work places for people. The Asian continent has innumerable wetlands with the Indian sub-continent portraying myriads of wetlands of different kinds, including perennial wetlands (locally called “Beel” or “Taal”), seasonal floodplain wetlands (“Haor”) and river-formed oxbow wetlands (“Anua”). In addition to playing a pivotal role in providing nutrition and work places to the people, wetlands also play a significant role in flood management, in regulating biogeochemical cycles, and above all, perhaps, in the rehabilitation of the innumerable fish stocks.

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  • 151. Kar D. and Dey S. C., 2000a – A brief account of the limnology and fishery of Sone Beel, the biggest wetland in Assam, Proceedings of Natural Symposium, Wetlands and Fisheries Research in the New Millennium, 1, 17.

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  • 153. Kar D. and Dey S. C., 2000c – An overview of the fish diseases in India with special emphasis on Epizootic Ulcerative Syndrome, Proceedings of International Symposium, Lake 2000, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, 1, 21.

  • 154. Kar D. and Dey S. C., 2002 – On the occurrence of advanced fry of Hilsa (Tenualosa) ilisha (Hamilton-Buchanan) in Chatla Haor Seasonal Wetland of Assam, Proceedings of Zoology Society, Calcutta, Springer, 55, 2, 15-19.

  • 155. Kar D. and Sen N., 2007 – Systematic list and distribution of fish biodiversity in Mizoram, Tripura and Barak drainages in North-East India, ZOOs’ Print Journal, 22, 3, 2599-2607.

  • 156. Kar D. and Upadhyaya T., 1998 – Histopathological studies of fish tissues affected by Epizootic Ulcerative Syndrome in Assam, Technical Bulletin, XIII Convention and National Symposium of Indian Association of Veterinary Anatomists (IAAM), 11-13 Dec 1998, College of Veterinary Sciences, Assam Agricultural University, Guwahati.

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  • 164. Kar D., Dey S. C. and Kar S., 1995d – Fish and fisheries of Lake Sone in Assam, Journal of North-Eastern Council, 15, 2-3, 49-57.

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  • 166. Kar D., Dey S. C., Purkayastha M. and Kar S., 1996a – An overview of the impediments in conservation of biodiversity of Lake Sone in Assam, Proceedings of Seminar on Conservation of Biodiversity in Indian Aquatic Ecosystems, 1, Jawahar Lal Nehru University, New Delhi.

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  • 171. Kar D., Saha D., Laskar R. and Barbhuiya M. H., 1997 – Biodiversity Conservation Prioritisation Project (BCPP) in Barak Valley Region of Assam, Proceedings of National Project Evaluation Workshop on BCPP, 1, Betla Tiger Reserve and National Park, Palamu.

  • 172. Kar D., Purkayastha M. and Dey S. C., 1998a – An account of the avifauna of Lake Sone in Assam, Proceedings of Indian Science Congress, 85, III, 2.

  • 173. Kar D., Dey S. C. and Kar S., 1998b – An account of the littoral macro-fauna of Lake Sone in Assam, Proceedings of Indian Science Congress, 85, III, 2-3.

  • 174. Kar D., Barbhuiya M., Barbhuiya M. H. and Saha D., 1998c – Wetland birds of Sat Beel in Cachar District of Assam, Proceedings of Indian Science Congress, 85, III, 4.

  • 175. Kar D., Saha D., Barbhuiya R. L., Barbhuiya M. H., Kar S. and Dey S. C., 1999a – Limnological studies of some of the wetlands of Assam, Mizoram, Tripura and Arunachal Pradesh related to their status of Eutrophication, Proceedings of Indian Science Congress, 86, III, 55.

  • 176. Kar D., Rahaman H., Barnman N. N., Kar S., Dey S. C. and Ramachandra T. V., 1999b – Bacterial pathogens associated with Epizootic Ulcerative Syndrome in freshwater fishes of India, Environment and Ecology, 17, 4, 1025-1027.

  • 177. Kar D., Mandal M. and Bhattacharjee S., 1999c – Fungal pathogens associated with Epizootic Ulcerative Syndrome in fishes of Barak Valley region of Assam, Proceedings of 1st National Conference on Fisheries Biotechnology, Central Institute of Fisheries Education (CIFE), 1, 34.

  • 178. Kar D., Mandal M., Laskar B. A., Dhar N. and Barbhuiya M. H., 2000a – Ichthyofauna of some of the oxbow lakes in Barak Valley region of Assam, Proceedings of the National Symposium on Wetlands and Fisheries Research in the New Millennium, 1, 16.

  • 179. Kar D., Mandal M., Laskar B A. and Das P., 2000b – On a collection of fishes from some of the lentic systems in Barak Valley of Assam, Proceedings of the National Symposium on Wetlands and Fisheries Research in the New Millennium, 1, 17.

  • 180. Kar D., Das S., Das S., Das Talukdar A., Das S., Datta J. and Upadhyay H., 2000c – A collection of fishes from Hatkhal Beel in Rongpur Village of Silchar City in Assam, Proceedings of the National Symposium on Wetlands and Fisheries Research in the New Millennium, 1, 33.

  • 181. Kar D., Barbhuiya M. H. and Goswami U. C., 2000d – Phytoplankton diversity of Chatla Haor, a floodplain wetland in Cachar District (Assam), Regional Seminar on Recent Trends in Zoology, 14 Sep 2000, NEHU, Shillong Abstracts, 18.

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  • 187. Kar D., Mazumdar J., Devi P., Devi B. R. and Devi V., 2006b – Isolation of Aeromonas hydrophila from fishes affected by Epizootic Ulcerative Syndrome as well as from corresponding healthy fish species and from their habitat, Journal of Current Sciences, 9, 1, 323-327.

  • 188. Kar D., Barbhuiya A. H. and Saha B., 2007a – Panorama of wetland diversity in South Assam, Abstracts in National Conference on Wetlands, Science and Society: An assessment of their integration: Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate change, Government of India and University of Delhi, 48-50.

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