Studies on geo-morphology, ecology and fish production of the 92 rivers of Rajshahi Division, Bangladesh

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Rahman, M.K.; Akhter, J.N.; Nima, A.; Ahmed, S.U.; Mazid, M.A.;
(2003)
  • Subject: Biology | Fisheries

Geo-morphology, ecology and fish production of the 92 rivers of Rajshahi division have been presented in this paper. Fifteen rivers are dead and 11 rivers have severe erosion problem. Siltation has increased in 66 rivers and depth has decreased in 11 rivers. Sixty nine ... View more
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