2015, Vol. 2 Issue 5, Part E
The possible species growth models in upendra beel in the tropic of west Bengal on sustainable basis
Author(s): Debabrata Das
Abstract: Fisheries may be an alternative livelihood in Upendra Beel a dead natural water body or lowland area situated at Chakdaha in the district of Nadia, West Bengal (India). With the similar input prices one may get one kg of fish instead of one kg of paddy, once you have good ecological pockets of the similar Beel condition. Market price of fish may be five times better than the market price of paddy. Using the ecological approaches through identifying resource base and selecting species and growth models one can sustain better.
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