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Zooplankton and Fishery Interactions: Implications for Sustainable Management in Bangladesh
  • Md. Mashrafi,
  • Md. Abdula Alsad
Md. Mashrafi

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In this paper, we present the intricate interplay between zooplankton and fisheries in the aquatic ecosystems of Bangladesh, aiming to unravel the implications for sustainable management. Through a comprehensive multidisciplinary approach, blending ecological and fisheries science, the study investigates the relationships between zooplankton abundance, composition, and distribution and their direct impact on fishery productivity. Field surveys and rigorous data analysis are employed to decipher the complex dependencies governing zooplankton and fishery interactions. The research explores the potential influences of environmental factors, anthropogenic activities, and climate change on the delicate balance between these components of aquatic ecosystems. The findings contribute valuable insights into the scientific understanding of the factors shaping zooplankton and fishery dynamics in Bangladesh. The practical significance of this research extends to informing policy, fisheries management practices, and conservation efforts. The study underscores the need for holistic and adaptive management strategies that consider the intricate relationships between zooplankton and fisheries. By shedding light on these connections, the research aims to provide a foundation for evidence-based decision-making, fostering the development of resilient and sustainable practices within Bangladesh's fisheries sector. The implications derived from this study hold promise for mitigating challenges and ensuring the long-term health and sustainability of the nation's aquatic ecosystems and fisheries.