Department of Oceanography

Academic Profile of M. Golam Mustafa


M. Golam Mustafa

About M. Golam Mustafa

Mr. Mustafa is an academician and researcher with more than 13 years of experience in education, research and development in the arena of oceanography, coastal zone management, aquatic ecology, coastal fisheries and aquaculture in Bangladesh. He has working experience with government, non-government, national and international organizations like WorldFish Centre, SAARC Agriculture Centre and CEGIS. Member of Bangladesh Marine Science Association, NOAMI and BFRF. Currently working as Assistant Professor of Oceanography at Noakhali Science and Technology University.

Publications


Papers Published in Journal (11)

1. Mustafa, M.G., S. Singha, M. R. Islam1 and N. Mallick2014. Population Dynamics of  Notopterus notopterus (Pallas, 1769) from the Kaptai Reservoir of Bangladesh. SAARC J. Agri., 12(2): 112-122 (2014).

2. Mustafa, M.G., Tisha, N.A., Paul, S.K., Habib, A., and Hassan, M.M. 2017. Maturation biology of Pennahia argentatus in the Karnaphuli estuary, Chittagong, Bangladesh. JNSTU. 1(2):27-33.

3. Saimon, M.K., Mustafa, M.G., Sarker, B.S., Hossain, M.B. and Rahman, M.M. 2016. Marketing Channels of Indian Carp Fry Collected from Halda River and Livelihood of the Fry Traders. Asian Journal of Agricultural Research 10 (1): 28-37, 2016; ISSN 1819-1894  /  DOI: 10.3923/ajar.2016.28.37

4. Rashed-un-Nabi, M., Mamun, A.A., Hedayetullah, M., and Mustafa, M.G. 2011. Temporal and spatial distribution of fish assemblage in the Bakkhali river estuary of Bangladesh in relation to some water quality parametersMarine Biology Research. 7:5; 436-452.

5. Chowdhury, M.M.H., Kobra, K., Hossain, M.B., Mustafa, M.G., Joynab, T., Karim, M.R. and Mehedi, E. 2015. Screening of Antibacterial and Antifungal Activity of Freshwater and Marine Algae as a Prominent Natural Antibiotic Available in Bangladesh. International Journal of Pharmacology 11 (7): 828-833, 2015 ISSN 1811-7775; DOI: 10.3923/ijp.2015.828.833.

6. Mustafa, M.G., and Hossain, M.A. 2009. Impact of Selected Water Resources Project on Fisheries Biodiversity and Fishing Community of South-Western part of Bangladesh. Paper Published in conference Proceedings “Fourth South Asia Water Research Conference on Interfacing Poverty, Livelihood and Climate Change in Water Resources Development: Lesson in South Asia”. May 4-6, 2009. Kathmandu, Nepal.

7. Islam, M.S., Kamal, A.H.M., Mustafa, M.G., Rashed-un-Nabi, M. and Kamal, D. 2007. Usability of feed mill sweeping as a substitute to commercially formulated feed in GIFT tilapia cultureKhulna Uni. Studied, 8(2): 261-267.

8. Rashed-un-Nabi, M., Hedayetullah, M., Mozumder, M.M.H. and Mustafa, M.G. 2009. Length-Weight relationship and Fecundity of Glossogobius giuris from the Local Market of Chittagong, Bangladesh. Bangladesh Journal of Marine Sciences and Fisheries, 1(1): 33-45.

9. Hossain, M.A. and Mustafa, M.G. 2009. Fisheries Biodiversity Changes with Water Resources Projects in South-West Bangladesh: A case study. Paper Published in conference Proceedings “International Symposium on Southeast Asian Water Environment”. Volume-7, 2009. AIT, Thailand.

10. Das SS, Hossain KM, Mustafa MG, Parvin A, Saha B, et al. 2017. Physicochemical Properties of Water and Heavy Metals Concentration of Sediments, Feeds and Various Farmed Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) In Bangladesh. Fish Aqua J 8: 232. doi: 10.4172/2150-3508.1000232

11. Paul SK, Habib  A,  Sarker SS,  Mustafa M.G. and Marma C. 2016. Study on fish marketing and packaging system in Natore, Bangladesh. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies 2016; 4(5): 651-657

12. Marma C,  Paul SK, Ahmed GU, Habib A, and Mustafa M.G. 2016. Study on Health Condition of A Catfish (Mystus Vittatus) in Fish Markets of Mymensingh, Bangladesh. 2016 IJSRSET | Volume 2 | Issue 5 | Print ISSN: 2395-1990 | Online ISSN : 2394-4099

 

Book and Book Chapter (02)

1. Mustafa, M.G., Alam, M.N. and Azad, A..K. 2013. Coastal and Marine Fisheries Management in SAARC Countries. SAARC Agriculture Centre, Dhaka. ISBN: 978-984-33-6356-5.

2. Mustafa, M.G. 2012. Aquaculture Practices and Broodstock Management for Quality Fish Seed Production in Countries: Status and Overview, pp. 1-13. In: K. Das Mahapatra, P. Rou tray, N.K. Barik, P. Jayasanker (eds). Quality Fish Seed Production through Broodfish Management in SAARC Countries. Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture, Bhubaneswar, India. 2012. 200p.

 

Research Reports (03)

1. Mustafa, M.G., Avila, S.H., Khan, M.G., Rahman, M.M., and Sharma, B.R. 2009. Fisheries-Water Productivity in Eastern Gangetic Basin of Bangladesh: Constrains and opportunity for future improvement. Joint research report with International Water Management Institute (IWMI) and The WorldFish Center.

2. Mustafa, M.G., Avila, S.H., Khan, M.G., and Brooks, A.C. 2008. Water poverty impacting fisheries productivity. Research report with International Water Management Institute (IWMI) and The WorldFish Center.

3. Mustafa, M.G., Avila, S.H., and Sharma, B.R. 2009. Research Brief published by International Water Management Institute (IWMI).

 

 Thesis (03)

1. M.Sc. in Marine Science: Assessment of Agricultural Non-point Sources Pollution (AGNPs) using GIS and RS in Halada River Watershed, Bangladesh 

2. B.Sc. in Marine Science: Microbiological Analyses of some Commercially Important Fishes and Shrimp from Coastal Water of Bangladesh

3. PGD in Water Resources Development: Impact of Small Scale Water Resources Projects on Aquatic Habitats and Fisheries Biodiversity

 

Experiences and Activities


  1. Project under Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST). 2013-2014. Fish and Shrimp Biodiversity of Nijhum Dwip in Temporal and Spatial Scale for Natural Conservation. 1 year.
  2. SAARC Fisheries Program (2011-2012). Regional project “Costal and Marine Fisheries Management in SAARC Countries”.
  3. SAARC Fisheries Program (2011-2012). Regional project “Climate change implications on Fisheries and Aquaculture in SAARC coastal countries”.
  4. SAARC Fisheries Program (2011-2012). Regional project “Brood-stock Management and Dissemination of Improved Fish Breeds to Promote Aquaculture in SAARC Countries”.
  5. BWDB-CEGIS project (2010) on “Water Management Improvement Project (WMIP)”
  6. BWDB-CEGIS project (2010) on “Ganges Barrage Study (GBS) project”
  7. WorldFish Center Project (2007-2008) on “Resilient of Coastal and Marine Fisheries of Bangladesh- Project (Coastal SSF)”
  8. WorldFish Center Project (2008-2009): Basin Focal Project – Indus Gangetic Basin  (IGB-BFP) IWMI-Led project. Focused on “Gorai-Madhumati sub-basin of Bangladesh”
  9. Project under Fellowship Program: Changes of Aquatic Habitat and Fisheries Biodiversity at Two Small Scale Water Resources Project at Narail. 2008-2009. Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET). 1 year.
  10. M.S. Thesis Paper: Agricultural non-point Source Pollution in Halda River Watershed using GIS and Remote Sensing. 2005-2006, in Institute of Marine Sciences, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh. 1 year.
  11. Term paper “Climate Change Implication for Fisheries and Aquaculture of Bangladesh: A Review”. 2010. Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET).
  12. Term paper “Land and Water Use Conflict in Floodplain of Kashiani, Gopalganj”. 2011. Institute of Water and Flood Management (IWFM), Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET).
  13. B. Sc Term paper: Microbiological Analyses of some Commercially Important Marine Fishes and Shrimp at Fresh and Frozen Condition. 2004-2005, in Institute of Marine Sciences, University of Chittagong, Bangladesh and Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission. 1 year.
  14. Review of “Resource Potentiality of Coastal Areas of Bangladesh: Present Activities, Degradation and Sustainable Management” Case study in M.Sc course work. 2006.
  15. Study on “Abundance and Composition of Pollution Indicator Species in Major Sewerage Canal in Chittagong” Case study in 2006.
  16. Study on “Impact of Urban Wastes On Chaktai Khal (canal) And Its Adjacent Area, Chittagong”. Case study in 2005.