Sunuram Ray

Senior Scientific Officer
Centre for Integrated Studies on the Sundarbans (CISS)
Khulna University
Journal Associated: International Journal of Aquaculture and Fishery Sciences Biography:

He has completed B. Sc and M. Sc in Fisheries from Fisheries and Marine Resource Technology Discipline, Khulna University, Bangladesh. He has achieved also 2nd M.Sc. degree in Environmental Assessment and Management from the University of Bologna, Italy and the University of Cadiz, Spain under Water and Coastal management program. He is concentrating on researches on Eco-toxicology, Aquaculture, and Trace metal pollution in coastal area.

Research Interest: Eco-toxicology, Aquaculture, Trace metal pollution in the aquaculture products

Skype ID: raysunu01

List of Publications:

1.    Passarelli MC, Ray S, Cesar A, DelValls TA, and Riba, I. (2018). Effects of CO2 enrichment on metal bioavailability and bioaccumulation using Mytilus galloprovincialis. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 133:124-136.
2.    Paul KA, Bash KS, Shahanul IM, Ray S, Manjurul, AM and Hussain, AM. (2018). Assessment of Comparative Ichthyofaunal Venerability and Diversity Indexes in Tulsiganga River, Bangladesh. Journal of Applied Sciences. 18:33-40.
3.    Sabbir W, Rahman MZ, Hasan, MM, Khan, MN and Ray S. (2018). Assessment of heavy metals in river water, sediment and fish mussel in Rupsha River under Khulna district, Bangladesh. International Journal of Experimental Agriculture. 8(1):1
4.    Sabbir W, Rahman MZ, Halder T, Khan MN and Ray S. (2018). Assessment of heavy metal contamination in fish feed available in three districts of South Western region of Bangladesh. International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies. 6(2):100-104.
5.    Bhuiyan MK, Qureshi S, Billah MM, Kammella SV, Alam MR, Ray S, Monwar MM, MK AH. (2018). Distribution of Trace Metals in Channel Sediment: a Case Study in South Atlantic Coast of Spain. Water, Air, & Soil Pollution. 229(1):14
6.    Das MR, Ray S, Kumar U, Begum S and Tarafdar SR. (2015). Livelihood assessment of the fishermen community in the south west region of Bangladesh. Journal of Experimental Biology and Agricultural Sciences 3(4): 353
7.    Ray S, Ahmed MI, Khatun MM, Sayeed MAB, Shah MS and Sarower MG. (2014). Antioxidant potential and nutrient content of selected small indigenous species of fish. Pharmacology online. 2: 39
8.    Sarower MG, Ray S, Hasan MA, Ferdous S, Ahmed MI and Khatun MM. (2014). Antioxidant potential and nutrient content in selected fish species of different feeding habits in Bangladesh. American Journal of Pham Tech Research. 4 (4): 388
9.    Halder M, Mahmud ASM, Amin MS, Rabbi SMF, Islam F, Rahman MS, Nandi NC, Mouri NJ, Ray S and Joadar JC. (2014). Effect of Iron Dust on Arsenic Accumulation and Nutrient Status of Ipomoea aquatic Grown in Arsenic Contaminated Soil. Research Journal of Soil Biology, 6 (1): 17
10.    Ray S, Ahmed MI and Shah MS. (2011). Quest for antioxidants in fishes. Fisheries & Aquaculture News Bangladesh. 1: 32
11.    Siddiqui MN, Hasan MJ, Rahman MZ, Islam MR, Boduruzaman M, Reza MF and Ray S. (2011). Effect of freezing time on nutritional value of Jatpunti (Puntius sophore), Sarpunti (P. sarana) and Thaisarpunti (P. gonionotus). Bangladesh Research Publications Journal, 5(4): 387
12.    Siddiqui MN, Biswas PK, Ray S, Hasan MJ and Reza MF. (2010). Effect of freezing time on the nutritional value of Mystus gulio (Nuna tengra), Mystus tengara (Bazari tengra) and Mystus cavasius (Ghulsha tengra). Journal of Science Foundation, 8(1&2): 119-122

National Conference Proceedings
1.    Begum S, Hossain M and Ray S (2015). Carrying capacity assessment for Eco-tourism in the Sundarbans Ecosystem, Bangladesh. Towards the promotion of ecotourism in the Sundarbans ecosystem Bangladesh. Centre for Integrated Studies on the Sundarbans CISS, Khulna University 1-13
2.    Begum S, Ahmmed MK, Ray S, Emran KAA and Islam SM (2015). Development of information hub for virtual tourism in the Sundarbans, Bangladesh for promoting Eco-tourism. Towards the promotion of ecotourism in the Sundarbans ecosystem Bangladesh. Centre for Integrated Studies on the Sundarbans CISS, Khulna University 14-21

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