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Dr. Krishna R. Salin

Associate Professor
Aquaculture And Aquatic Resources Management, Department of Food, Agriculture and Bioresources

Doctor of Philosophy (Mariculture), Central Institute of Fisheries Education (Deemed University), Mumbai, India, 1998-2003

Bachelor of Fisheries Science (M.F.Sc. Aquaculture), College of Fisheries, Kerala Agricultural University, India. 1994-1996

Master of Fisheries Science (B.F.Sc.), College of Fisheries, Kerala Agricultural University, India. 1989-1994

  • Cleaner Aquaculture Production Systems
  • Applied genetics in aquaculture / stock improvement and management
  • Aquaculture-environment interactions
  • Innovative hatchery techniques for fish and crustaceans
  • Climate-smart fisheries and aquaculture production / consumption
  1. Lan,NGT.,  Salin,  K.R.,  Longyant,S.,  Senapin,  S.  and  Dong,H.T.  (2021)  Systemic  and mucosal  antibody  response  of  freshwater  cultured  Asian  seabass  (Lates  calcarifer)  to monovalent  and  bivalent  vaccines  against  Streptococcus  agalactiae  and  Streptococcus  iniae.  Fish &  Shellfish  Immunology,  108,  7-13.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fsi.2020.11.014  (Journal Impact Factor:  3.298).
  2. Gunawardana,  S.K.,  Shrestha,  S.,  Mohanasundaram,  S.  Salin,  K.R.,  Piman,  T.  (2021) Multiple  drivers  of  hydrological  alteration  in  the  transboundary  Srepok  River  Basin  of  the Lower  Mekong  Region.  Journal  of  Environmental  Management,  278,  111524. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2020.111524  (Journal  Impact  Factor:  5.647).
  3. Das  D, Ul  Basar  N, Ullah H, Attia A,  Salin  KR, Datta  A. (2021). Growth, yield and water productivity  of  rice  as  influenced  by  seed  priming  under  alternate  wetting  and  drying irrigation. J Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science DOI: 10.1080/03650340.2021.1912320  (Journal  Impact Factor:  2.135)
  4. Das  D,  Ul  Basar  N,  Ullah  H,  Salin  KR,  Datta  A.  (2021)  Interactive  effect  of  silicon  and mycorrhizal  inoculation  on  growth,  yield  and  water  productivity  of  rice  under  waterdeficit stress. Journal  of  Plant Nutrition  (Accepted).  (Journal  Impact  Factor:  1.132)
  5. Suleiman,  B.,  Salin,  K.R.,  and  Kuwornu,  K.  (2021)  Willingness  to  adopt  aquaculture  as an  alternative  livelihood  option  –  a  case  study  of  the  fishers  and  livestock  farmers  of Adamawa  State,  Nigeria.  International  Journal  of  Value  Chain  Management (https://doi.org/10.1504/ijvcm.2021.112842).