Fishing & Ecosystems

 
  1.1 Conference Papers  

1.1.1 Chemical evidences of Schizoporella errata for high perseverance in marine environment: Cytotoxicity and volatile compound analysis

1.1.2 Invasive behavior of Schizoporella errata and its ecological impacts to native fouling community: Results from an experimental study carried out using long term test panels

1.1.3 First evidence of microplastics in beach sand from Negombo, Sri Lanka and the potential accumulation in marine fish

1.1.4 Invasive behavior of Schizoporella errata on the ecology of native fouling community: Results from a study using experimental test panels

1.1.5 Marine debris and its potential impacts on mangrove ecosystem in Negombo Lagoon

1.1.6 Marine floating objects as vehicles for dispersing fouling organisms: An example from Negombo, Sri Lanka.

1.1.7 Biofouling community on artificial settlement collectors in Colombo port, Sri Lanka

1.1.8 Composition and abundance of marine debris stranded in beaches of Sri Lanka: Results from the first island-wide survey

1.1.9 First Description of an Encrusting Bryozoan Hippopodina iririkiensis Artificial Settlement Collectors Deployed in Colombo Port, Sri Lanka

1.1.10 Settlement preferences of fouling organisms in relation to settlement plate orientations

1.1.11 Larval Stages of the Biofouling community found in Colombo Port, Sri Lanka

1.1.12 Presence of caryophylliid corals in biofouling community settled on artificial settlement collectors in Colombo Port

1.1.13 Non-indigenous marine species threatening our ports: Are we ready to tackle them?

1.1.14 Monsoon Driven Plankton Variation in Trincomalee Coastal Waters

1.1.15 Bryozoans Species Composition in Colombo Port with a Description of Two New Species

1.1.16 Are Sri Lankan Reefs Losing the Resilience? An Example from Coral Reefs in Sallitive Island

1.1.17 Cheilostome bryozoan Hippoporina indica (Pillai, 1978), from Colombo Port: A new record

1.1.18 First Record of an Invasive Encrusting Bryozoan: Watersipora subtorquata (d'Orbigny, 1852) in Colombo Port, Sri Lanka

1.1.19 First record of cestode parasite larvae belong to order: Trypanorhyncha isolated from sword fish captured in Sri Lanka

1.1.20 Spatial Distribution and Species Composition of Seagrasses in Mannar Lagoon

1.1.21 Growth of Acropora formosa Fragments in In-situ Coral Nurseries at Polhena Reef, Matara, Sri Lanka

1.1.22 First Record of Cheilostome Encrusting Bryozoan, Celleporaria volsella from Coastal Waters of Sri Lanka

1.1.23 First record of an invasive cheilostome bryozoan: Schizoporella errata in Sri Lankan waters

1.1.24 Heavy metal contamination and physical characteristics of marine sediments in Colombo port

1.1.25 Species composition and distribution of ichthyofauna and decapods in Colombo port

1.1.26 Status of marine debris accumulated in coastal areas of Sri Lanka

1.1.27 Reef associated communities in developing coral reefs in Hambantota Port

1.1.28 Emerging coral reefs in young man-made structures: Does age really matter?

1.1.29 Plankton Composition and Potential of contaminating alien species via ballast water discharged in Colombo Harbor 

1.1.30 First description of freshwater medusa Craspedacusta sowerbyi (Lankester, 1880) in Sri Lanka

1.1.31 Gonad development and evidence of protogyny in Lethrinus nebulosus (spangled emperor) from coastal waters off Negombo

 
  1.2 Articles  

1.2.1 Settlement of non-native Watersipora subtorquata (d'Orbigny, 1852) in artificial collectors deployed in Colombo Port, Sri Lanka 

1.2.2 Composition and abundance of marine debris stranded on the beaches of Sri Lanka: Results from the first island-wide survey

1.2.3 Monsoon Driven Plankton Variation in Trincomalee Coastal Waters

1.2.4 Macro-Fouling Faunal Assemblage in Hambantota Port

1.2.5 Bryozoans Species Composition in Colombo Port with a Description of Two New Species

1.2.6 First record of plerocercoid larvae belong to the order Trypanorhyncha (Diesing 1863) isolated from swordfish (Xiphias gladius, Linnaeus 1758) captured off Sri Lanka

1.2.7 Growth of Acropora formosa Fragments in In-situ Coral Nurseries at Polhena Reef, Matara, Sri Lanka

1.2.8 Spatial Distribution and Species Composition of Seagrasses in Mannar Lagoon

1.2.9 First Record of Cheilostome Encrusting Bryozoan, Celleporaria volsella from Coastal Waters of Sri Lanka

1.2.10 Dinoflagellate Cyst Assemblage and Marine Sediment Characteristics of Colombo Port, Sri Lanka

1.2.11 A study on zooplankton composition and their potentiality as bio indicators in selected coastal habitats Sri Lanka

1.2.12 Plankton Composition and Potential of contaminating alien species via ballast water discharged in Colombo Harbor 

1.2.13 Zooplankton Assemblage in Hambanota Port and Adjacent Coastal Waters of Sri Lanka

1.2.14 The occurence of marine organisms in ballast water of ship visiting Colombo Harbor

1.2.15 Preliminary studies on fish production in relation to primary production of the western coastal waters in Sri Lanka

 
  1.3 Thesis  

1.3.1 Prevalence of microplastics in beach sand of Negombo and potential the potential accumulation in marine fish

1.3.2 Demographic patterns in coral reef fishes: biogeographic trends and fishing effects

 
  1.4 Preprint  

1.4.1 Cytotoxicity evaluation and volatile component analysis of tropical marine sponge Clathria sp

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