Dr. S. Venu

Research Area

A Marine Biologist completed the Masters in Marine Biology and Doctoral Degree in Marine Sciences (Deep-sea fishes of the southwest coast of India) from the Cochin University of Science & Technology, Cochin, India. The subjects handled are Marine Fisheries(HC), Aquaculture (HC), Marine Ornamental Fishes (SC) for M.Sc. Marine Biology.

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Notable Publications

Venu, S. 2013. Deep-Sea Fish Distribution along the South-West Region of Indian EEZ. In. K. Venkataraman et al. (eds.), Ecology and Conservation of Tropical Marine Faunal Communities, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-38200-0_17, springer- Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Pp. 1-21.

Kumar, RR, S. Venu, KV Akhilesh, KK Bineesh, PT Rajan. 2018. First report of four deep-sea Chondrichthyans (Elasmobranchii and Holocephali) from Andaman waters, India with an updated checklist from the region. Acta Ichthyologica et Piscatoria. Vol. 48 (3): 289-301. DOI: 10.3750/AIEP/02336. (Impact factor 0.708).

Malakar, B., D. Singh, S. Kishore, S. Venu, and S. K. Singh 2016. Hydrolithon (Foslie) foslie (Hydrolithoideae, Corallinaceae) from shallow reefs of South Andaman, India. International Journal of Applied Biology and Pharmaceutical Technology. Vol. 7(3): 121-129. DOI: 10.21276/ijabpt.2016.7.3.15.

Pradeep, HD, Venu, S and Sumitha, G 2019. First Record of Gloiopotes watsoni Kirtisinghe, 1934 parasitic on Istiophorus platypteurs (Shaw and Nodder 1792) from Andaman Sea with DNA barcodes. I3 Biodiversity. Vol. 5 (502): 1-8. DOI: https://biodiversity.i3press.fi

Thomas, L., S. Venu, B. Malakar, R. Nagesh and G. Basumatary 2017. An assessment on the impact of bottom trawling to the demersal fisheries and benthic diversity of Andaman Islands, India. Regional Studies in Marine Science. Vol. 10 (2017): 20-26. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rsma.2016.12.009 (Impact factor 1.152).

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