Publication of the Department - Fisheries Management


h-index 39

Peer reviewed publications: 115

Popular science magazine articles: 11

Book chapters & books: 14

 Peer Reviewed International Journals (71)

  1. Wahab, M.A., H.P. Stirling and D.A. Robertson. 1988. Influence of Brown trout, Salmo trutta L., predation on the benthic fauna of earthen ponds at Howietoun, Central Scotland. Aquaculture and Fisheries Management, 20(2): 147-159. (I.F. 1.46)
  2. Wahab, M.A. and H.P. Stirling. 1991. Environment and development of benthos in ponds in Central Scotland. Aquaculture, 97(4): 332-352. (I.F. 2.57)
  3. Dewan, S., M.A. Wahab, M.C.M. Beveridge, M.H. Rahman and B.K. Sarker. 1991. Food selection, electivity and dietary overlap among planktivorous Chinese and Indian major carp fry and fingerlings grown in extensively managed, rainfed ponds in Bangladesh. Aquaculture and Fisheries Management, 22: 227-294. (I.F. 1.46)
  4. Beveridge, M.C.M., M.A. Wahab and S. Dewan. 1994. Effects of daily harrowing on pond soil and water nutrient levels and on rohu fingerling production. The Progressive Fish Culturists, 56: 282-287.
  5. Wahab, M.A., Z.F. Ahmed, M. Aminul Islam, M.S. Haq and S.M. Rahmatullah. 1995. Effects of introduction of common carp, Cyprinus carpio (L.) on pond ecology and growth of fishes in the polyculture. Aquaculture Research, 26: 619-628. (I.F. 1.46)
  6. Wahab, M.A., S.M. Rahmatullah, M.C.M. Beveridge, D.J. Baird and A.G. Tollervey. 1997. Impact of sharpunti (Puntius gonionotus) in the polyculture of native major carps and mitigation measures using duckweed (Lemna sp.). Proceedings of the Fourth Asian Fisheries Forum held on 16-20 October, 1995, Beijing, China. pp. 60-63.
  7. Wahab, M.A., M.E. Azim, M.H. Ali, M.C.M. Beveridge and S. Khan. 1999. The potential of periphyton-based culture of a native major carp, calbaush (Labeo calbasu Hamilton). Aquaculture Research, 30: 409-420. (I.F. 1.46)
  8. Azim M.E., M.A. Wahab, A.A. van Dam, M.C.M. Beveridge and M.C.J. Verdegem. 2001. The potential of periphyton-based culture of two Indian major carps, rohu Labeo rohita (Hamilton) and gonia Labeo gonius (Linnaeus). Aquaculture Research, 32: 209-216. (I.F. 1.46)
  9. Azim, M.E., M.A. Wahab, A.A. van Dam, M.C.M. Beveridge, E.A. Huiseman and M.C.J. Verdegem. 2001. Optimization of stocking ratios of two Indian major carps, rohu (Labeo rohita Ham.) and catla (Catla catla Ham.) in a periphyton-based aquaculture system. Aquaculture, 203: 33-49. (I.F. 2.57)
  10. Azim, M.E., M.A. Wahab, A.A. van Dam, M.C.M. Beveridge, A. Milstein and M.C.J. Verdegem. 2001. Optimization of fertilization for maximizing periphyton production on artificial substrates and the implications for periphyton-based aquaculture. Aquaculture Research, 32:749-760. (I.F. 1.46)
  11. Hoq, M.E., M.N. Islam, M. Kamal and M.A. Wahab. 2001. Abundance and seasonal distribution of Penaeus monodon postlarvae in the Sundarbans mangrove, Bangladesh. Hydrobiologia, 457: 97-104. (I.F. 2.16)
  12. Hoq, M.E., S.U. Ahmed, M.L. Islam, M.R. Kawser, M.N. Islam and M.A. Wahab. 2001. Water and soil profile of mangrove and non-mangrove habitats in relation to shrimp farming on the Sundarbans, South-west Bangladesh. Journal of Aquaculture in the Tropics, 16(4):411-426.
  13. Azim, M.E., M.C.J. Verdegem, H. Khatoon, M.A. Wahab, A.A. van Dam, M.C.M. Beveridge. 2002. A comparison of fertilization, feeding and three periphyton substrates for increasing fish production in freshwater pond aquaculture in Bangladesh. Aquaculture, 212: 227-243. (I.F. 2.57)
  14. Azim, M.E., M.C.J. Verdegem, M.M. Rahman, M.A. Wahab, A.A. van Dam and M.C.M Beveridge. 2002. Evaluation of polyculture of Indian major carps in periphyton-based ponds. Aquaculture, 213: 131-149. (I.F. 2.57)
  15. Wahab, M.A., M.M. Rahman and A. Milstein. 2002. The effect of common carp, Cyprinus carpio (L.), and mrigal, Cirrhinus mrigala (Hamilton), as bottom feeders in major Indian carp polycultures. Aquaculture Research, 33: 547-557. (I.F. 1.46)
  16. Azim, M.E., M.A. Wahab, M.C.J. Verdegem, A.A. van Dam, J.M. van Rooij and M.C.M. Beveridge. 2002. The effects of artificial substrates on freshwater pond productivity and water quality and the implications for periphyton-based aquaculture. Aquatic Living Resources, 15: 231-241. (I.F. 0.52)
  17. Milstein, A., M.A. Wahab and M.M. Rahman. 2002. Environmental effects of common carp, Cyprinus carpio (L.), and mrigal, Cirrhinus mrigala, (Hamilton) as bottom feeders in major Indian carp polycultures. Aquaculture Research, 33:1103-1117. (I.F. 1.46)
  18. Azim, M.E., A. Milstein, M.A. Wahab and M.C.J. Verdegem. 2003. Periphyton-water quality relationships in fertilized fishponds with artificial substrates. Aquaculture, 228: 169-187. (I.F. 2.57)
  19. Milstein, A., M.E. Azim, M.A. Wahab and M.C.J. Verdegem. 2003. The effects of periphyton, fish and fertilizer dose on biological processes affecting water quality in earthen fish ponds. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 68:247-260. (I.F. 1.51)
  20. Wahab, M.A., M.A. Alim and A. Milstein. 2003. Effects of adding the small fish punti, (Puntius sophore), and/or mola, (Amblypharyngodon mola), to a polyculture of large carp. Aquaculture Research, 34(2): 149-164. (I.F. 1.46)
  21. Wahab, M.A., A. Bergheim and B. Braaten. 2003. Water quality and partial mass budget in extensive shrimp ponds in Bangladesh. Aquaculture, 218: 413-423. (I.F. 2.57)
  22. Azim, M.E. and M.A. Wahab. 2003. Development of a duckweed-fed carp polyculture system in Bangladesh. Aquaculture, 218: 425-438. (I.F. 2.57)
  23. Azim, M.E., M.A. Wahab, P.K. Biswas, T. Asaeda, T. Fujino and M.C.J. Verdegem. 2004. The effect of periphyton substrate density on production in freshwater polyculture ponds. Aquaculture, 232: 441-453. (I.F. 2.57)
  24. Azim, M.E., M.A. Wahab, A.H.M. Kamal, Z.F. Ahmed and M.C.J. Verdegem. 2004. Feeding relations of silver barb, Barbodes gonionotus (Bleeker) with major Indian and common carp and its effect on fish production in a polyculture system. J. World Aqua. Soc., 35 (1), 100-108. (I.F. 1.33)
  25. Islam, M.S., M.A. Wahab and M. Tanaka. 2004. Seed supply for coastal brackishwater shrimp farming: environmental impacts and sustainability. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 48: 7-11. (I.F. 3.24)
  26. Islam, M.S., M.J. Sarker, M.A. Wahab, T. Yamamoto and M. Tanaka. 2004. Water and sediment quality, mass budget and effluent N loading in coastal brackishwater shrimp farms in Bangladesh. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 48: 471-485. (I.F. 3.24)
  27. Azim, M.E., M.M. Rahaman, M.A. Wahab, T. Asaeda, D.C. Little and M.C.J. Verdegem. 2004. Periphyton-based pond polyculture system: a bioeconomic comparison of on-farm and on-station trials. Aquaculture, 242: 381-396. (I.F. 2.57)
  28. Alim, M. A., M.A. Wahab and A. Milstein. 2004. Effects of adding different proportions of the small fish punti (Puntius sophore) and mola (Amblypharyngodon mola) to a polyculture of large carp. Aquaculture Research, 35:124-133. (I.F. 1.46)
  29. Alim, M.A., M.A. Wahab and A. Milstein. 2005. Effects of increasing the stocking density of large carps by 20% on 'cash' carp-small fish polyculture of Bangladesh. Aquaculture Research, 36: 317-325. (I.F. 1.46)
  30. Islam, M.S., A. Milstein, M.A. Wahab, A.H.M. Kamal and S. Dewan. 2005. Production and economic return of shrimp aquaculture in coastal ponds of different sizes. Aquaculture International, 13(6): 489-500. (I.F. 1.28)
  31. Milstein, A., M.S. Islam, M.A. Wahab , A.H.M. Kamal and S. Dewan. 2005. Characterization of water quality in shrimp ponds of different size and management regimes using multivariate statistical analysis. Aquaculture International, 13(6): 501-518. (I.F. 1.28)
  32. Milstein A., A. F. Ahmed, O.A. Masud, M.A. Kadir and M.A. Wahab. 2006. Effects of the filter feeder silver carp and the bottom feeder mrigal and common carp on small indigenous fish species (SIS) and pond ecology. Aquaculture, 258:439-451. (I.F. 2.57)
  33. Kadir, A., R.S. Kundu, A. Milstein, and M.A. Wahab. 2006. Effects of silver carp and small indigenous species on pond ecology and carp polyculture in Bangladesh. Aquaculture, 261: 1065-1076. (I.F. 2.57)
  34. Uddin, M.S., A. Farzana, M.K. Fatema, M.E. Azim, M.A. Wahab and M.C.J. Verdegem. 2007. An economic evaluation of tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) monoculture and tilapia-prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) polyculture in earthen ponds with and without substrates for periphyton development. Aquaculture, 269: 232-240. (I.F. 2.57)
  35. Kadir, A., M.A. Wahab, A. Milstein, M.A. Hossain and M.T.I. Seraji. 2007. Efects of silver carp and the small indigenous fish mola Amblypharyngodon mola and punti Puntius sophore on fish polyculture production. Aquaculture, 273: 520-531. (I.F. 2.57)
  36. Uddin, M.S., M.E. Azim, A., Milsten, M.A. Wahab, M.C.J. Verdegem and J.A.J. Verreth. 2007. The effects of stocking density, periphyton substrate and supplemental feed on biological processes affecting water quality in earthen tilapia-prawn polyculture systems. Aquaculture Research, 39: 1243-1257. (I.F. 1.46)
  37. Kunda, M., Azim, M.E., Wahab, M.A., Roos, N., Thilsted, S.H., Dewan, S., 2008. The potential of mixed culture of freshwater prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) and small indigenous mola (Amblypharyngodon mola) in rain-fed rotational rice-fish culture systems in Bangladesh. Aquaculture Research, 39:506-517. (I.F. 1.46)
  38. Milstein, A., A. Kadir and M.A. Wahab. 2008. The effects of partially substituting Indian carps or adding silver carp on polycultures including small indigenous fish species (SIS). Aquaculture, 279: 92-98. (I.F. 2.57)
  39. Wahab, M.A., Kunda, M., Azim, M.E., Dewan, S., Thilsted, S.H., 2008. Evaluation of concurrent rice-freshwater prawn-small fish culture in rain-fed rice fields in central Bangladesh. Aquaculture Research, 39: 1524-1532. (I.F. 1.46)
  40. Kunda, M., M.E. Azim, M.A. Wahab, N. Roos, S.H. Thilsted and S. Dewan. 2008. The potential of mixed culture of freshwater prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) and self-recruiting small species mola (Amblypharyngodon mola) in rotational rice-fish/prawn culture systems in Bangladesh. Aquaculture Research, 39:506-517. (I.F. 1.46)
  41. Kunda, M., M.E. Azim, M.A. Wahab, M.A., Mazid, S. Dewan and S.H. Thilsted. 2009. Effects of inclusion of catla and tilapia in freshwater prawn-mola polyculture in rotational rice-fish culture systems. Aquaculture Research, 40: 1089-1098. (I.F. 1.46)
  42. Milstein, A. M.A. Wahab, A. Kadir, M.F.H. Sagor, M.A. Islam. 2009. Effects of intervention in the water column and/or pond bottom through species composition on polycultures of large carps and small indigenous species. Aquaculture, 286: 246-259. (I.F. 2.57)
  43. Uddin, M.S., M.E. Azim, M.A. Wahab and M.C.J. Verdegem. 2009. Effects of substrate addition and supplemental feeding on plankton composition and production in tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) and freshwater prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) polyculture. Aquaculture, 297: 99-105. (I.F. 2.57)
  44. Hossain, M.A.R., M. Nahiduzzaman, M.A. Sayeed, M.E. Azim, M.A. Wahab and P.G. Olin. 2009. The Chalan Beel in Bangladesh: habitat and biodiversity degradation, and implications for future management. Lakes and Reservoirs: Research and Management, 14: 3-19.
  45. Biswas, B.K., Y.M. Svirezhev, B.K. Bala and M.A. Wahab. 2009. Climate change impacts on catch in the world fishing grounds. Climate Change, 93: 117-136.
  46. Wahab, M.A., A. Kader, A. Milstein and M. Kunda. 2011. Manipulation of species combination for enhancing fish production in polyculture systems involving major carps and small indigenous fish species. Aquaculture, 321: 289-297. (I.F. 2.57)
  47. Wahab, M.A., S.A.A.M Nahid, M.N. Ahmed M.M. Haque and M.M. Karim. 2012. Current status and prospect of farming of Giant River prawn Macrobrachium rosenbergii (De Man) in Bangladesh: a review. Aquaculture Research, 43: 970-983. (I.F. 1.46)
  48. Nahid, S.A.A., P. J.G. Henriksson and M.A. Wahab. 2013. Value-chain analysis of freshwater apple snail (Pila globosa) used for on-farm feeds in the freshwater prawn farming sector in Bangladesh. Int. J. Agril. Res. Innov. & Tech., 3 (2): 22-23.
  49. Mirhaj, M., A., Boit, M.A. Razzak and M.A. Wahab. 2013. Yield performance comparison between cultures of rice cum prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) and rice cum fish (Cyprinus carpio, Oreochromis niloticus). Aquaculture, 392-395: 26-33. (I.F. 2.57)
  50. Haque, M.R., Islam, M.A., Rahman, M.M., Shirin, M.F., Wahab, M.A., Azim, M.E., 2015. Effects of C/N ratio and periphyton substrates on pond ecology and production performance in giant freshwater prawn Macrobrachium rosenbergii (De Man, 1879) and tilapia Oreochromis niloticus (Linnaeus, 1758) polyculture system. Aquaculture Research, 46: 1139-1155. (I.F. 1.46)
  51. Haque, M.R., Islam, M.A., Wahab, M.A., Hoq, M.E., Rahman, M.M., Azim, M.E., 2016. Evaluation of production performance and profitability of hybrid red tilapia and genetically improved farmed tilapia (GIFT) strains in the carbon/nitrogen controlled periphyton-based (C/N- CP) on-farm prawn culture system in Bangladesh. Aquaculture Reports, 4: 101-111.
  52. Sahoo, A.K., Md. Abdul Wahab, Michael Phillips et. al. 2018. Breeding and culture status of Hilsa (Tenualosa ilisha, Ham.1822) in South Asia: A review. Reviews in Aquaculture, 10 (1):96-110. (I.F. 7.13)
  53. Rahman, M. J., Wahab, M. A., Amin, S. M. N., Nahiduzzaman, M. & Romano, N. 2018. Catch Trend and Stock Assessment of Hilsa, Tenualosa ilisha, Using Digital Image Measured Length-Frequency Data. Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science, 10: 386–401.
  54. Mohammed, E.Y., Ali, L., Ali, S., Hussein, B., Wahab, M.A., Sage, N. 2016. Hilsa’s non-consumptive value in Bangladesh: Estimating the non-consumptive value of the hilsa fishery in Bangladesh using the contingent valuation method. IIED Working Paper. IIED, London. http://pubs.iied.org/16626IIED
  55. Sahoo, K., Wahab, M. A., Phillips, M., Rahman, A., Padiyar, A., Puvanendran,V., Bangera, R., Belton ,B.,  Kumar, D. K. D., Meena, D. K., Behera, B. K.,  Sharma, A. P., Bhaumik ,U., Mohanty, B. P.,  Choudhury, S. R., Mohan, C. V., 2016. Breeding and culture status of Hilsa (Tenualosa ilisha, Ham. 1822) in South Asia: a review. Reviews in Aquaculture
  56. Milstein, A., A.F. Ahmed, O.A. Masud, A. Kadir and M.A. Wahab. 2006. Effects of the filter feeder silver carp and the bottom feeder mrigal and common carp on small indigenous fish species (SIS) and pond ecology. Aquaculture, 258: 439-451. (I.F. 2.57)
  57. Uddin, M.S., Azim, M.E., M.A. Wahab and M.C.J. Verdegem. 2006. The potential of mixed culture of genetically improved farmed tilapia (GIFT, Oreochromis niloticus) and freshwater giant prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) in periphyton-based systems. Aquaculture Research, 37: 241-247. (I.F. 1.46)
  58. Uddin, M.S., S.M.S. Rahman, M.E. Azim, M.A. Wahab, M.C.J. Verdegem and J.A.J. Verreth. 2007. Effects of stocking density on production and economics of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) and freshwater prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) polyculture in periphyton-based systems. Aquaculture Research, 38: 1759-1769. (I.F. 1.46)     https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/raq.12149
  59. Dewhurst-Richman, N., Mohammed, E.Y., Ali, M.L., Hassan K, Wahab, M.A., Ahmed, Z.F., Islam, M.M., Bladon, A., Haldar, G.C., Ahmed, C.S., Majumder, M.K., Hossain, M.M., Rahman, A. and Hussein, B. 2016. Balancing carrots and sticks: incentives for sustainable hilsa fishery management in Bangladesh. International Institute for Environment and Development, London. http://pubs.iied.org/16619IIED/?a=B+Li
  60. Hasan, K.M.M., Ahmed, Z.F., Wahab, M.A., Mohammed, E.Y. 2016. Food and feeding ecology of hilsa (Tenualosa ilisha) in Bangladesh’s Meghna River basin. IIED Working Paper. IIED, London. http://pubs.iied.org/16609IIED/
  61. Rahman, M. J., Wahab, M. A., Amin, S. M. N., Nahiduzzaman, M. & Romano, N. 2018. Catch Trend and Stock Assessment of Hilsa, Tenualosa ilisha, Using Digital Image Measured Length-Frequency Data. Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science, 10: 386–401. https://afspubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/mcf2.10034
  62. Rahman, M. J., Amin, S. M. N., Nahiduzzaman, M., Wahab, M. A and Romano, N. 2018. Influence of seasons, habitat sanctuaries, gears and environmental variables on the catches of hilsa shad (Tenualosa ilisha) in Bangladesh waters. Journal of Environmental Biology, Special issue, 39: 767-776. DOI: http://doi.org/10.22438/jeb/39/5(SI)/21
  63. Brakel, M. V., Nahiduzzaman, M., Haque, A. B. M. M., Mustafa, M. G., Rahman, M. J. & Wahab, M. A. 2018. Re-imagining large-scale open water fisheries governance through adaptive co-management in hilsa shad sanctuaries. Beyond Social-Ecological Traps: Fostering Transformations towards Sustainability. Ecology and Society. https://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol23/iss1/art26/
  64. Nahiduzzaman, M., Islam, M. M., Wahab, M. A. 2018. Impacts of fishing bans for conservation on hilsa fishers livelihoods: Challenges and Opportunities. In: Nishat, B., Mandal, S. & Pangare, G. (Eds.) Conserving Ilish, Securing Livelihoods: Bangladesh-India Perspectives. International Water Association. UK.https://www.researchgate.net/publication /330633659_Impacts_of_fishing_bans_for_conservation_on_hilsa_fishers_livelihoods_Challenges_and_Opportunities_In_Conserving_Ilish_Securing_Livelihoods_Bangladesh-India_Perspectives
  65. Islam, M. M., Akhter, R., Nahiduzzaman, M, Barman, B. K, & Wahab, M. A. 2018. Social Considerations of Large River Sanctuaries: A Case Study from the Hilsa Shad Fishery in Bangladesh. Sustainability, 10(4):1254. https://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/10/4/1254
  66. Mozumder, M. M. H, Wahab, M. A., Sarkki, S., Schneider, P. & Islam, M. M. 2018. Enhancing Social Resilience of the Coastal Fishing Communities: A Case Study of Hilsa (Tenualosa Ilisha ) Fishery in Bangladesh. Sustainability, 10(10): 3501. https://www.mdpi.com/2071-1050/10/10/3501
  67. Riar, M. G. S., Ara, R. S., Amin, M. N., Kamarudin, M. S., Wahab, M. A., Raushon, N. A., Arockiaraj, J. & Arshad, A. 2018. Mouth morphological development of Hilsa (Tenualosa ilisha) larvae collected from Meghna Estuary, Bangladesh. Journal of Environmental Biology. Special issue, 39: 877-882. http://doi.org/10.22438/jeb/39/5(SI)/27
  68. Mohammed, E.Y., Ali, L., Ali, S., Hussein, B., Wahab, M.A., Sage, N. 2016. Hilsa’s non-consumptive value in Bangladesh: Estimating the non-consumptive value of the hilsa fishery in Bangladesh using the contingent valuation method. IIED Working Paper. IIED, London. http://pubs.iied.org/16626IIED
  69. Sahoo, K., Wahab, M. A., Phillips, M., Rahman, A., Padiyar, A., Puvanendran,V., Bangera, R., Belton ,B.,  Kumar, D. K. D., Meena, D. K., Behera, B. K.,  Sharma, A. P., Bhaumik ,U., Mohanty, B. P.,  Choudhury, S. R., Mohan, C. V., 2016. Breeding and culture status of Hilsa (Tenualosa ilisha, Ham. 1822) in South Asia: a review. Reviews in Aquaculture     https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/raq.12149
  70. Dewhurst-Richman, N., Mohammed, E.Y., Ali, M.L., Hassan K, Wahab, M.A., Ahmed, Z.F., Islam, M.M., Bladon, A., Haldar, G.C., Ahmed, C.S., Majumder, M.K., Hossain, M.M., Rahman, A. and Hussein, B. 2016. Balancing carrots and sticks: incentives for sustainable hilsa fishery management in Bangladesh. International Institute for Environment and Development, London. http://pubs.iied.org/16619IIED/?a=B+Li
  71. Hasan, K.M.M., Ahmed, Z.F., Wahab, M.A., Mohammed, E.Y. 2016. Food and feeding ecology of hilsa (Tenualosa ilisha) in Bangladesh’s Meghna River basin. IIED Working Paper. IIED, London. http://pubs.iied.org/16609IIED/

 

Refereed National/Regional Journals (44)

  1. Wahab, M.A., A.K.M. Aminul Haque, Z.H. Bhuiya and M. Aminul Islam. 1983. Nutrient status of bottom soils of two ponds in BAU Campus. Bangladesh J. Fish., 6(1-2): 1-9.
  2. Wahab, M.A. and H.P. Stirling. 1988. Soil quality of some intensively cultured fish ponds at Howietoun, Central Scotland. Bangladesh J. Fish., 11(1): 1-11.
  3. Wahab, M.A. 1988. Studies on Chironomidae at Howietoun fish ponds, Stirling, Central Scotland. Bangladesh J. Fish., 11(2): 89-101.
  4. Wahab, M.A. 1988. Studies on the ecology and population dynamics of Hirudinea in Howietoun fish ponds, Central Scotland. Bangladesh J. Aquaculture, 10(1&2): 61-69.
  5. Wahab, M.A. 1988. Studies on Oligochaetae at Howietoun fish ponds, Stirling, Central Scotland. Bangladesh J. Fish., 12(1): 33-43.
  6. Wahab, M.A. 1990. Effect of aquaculture intensification on the water qualities of some ponds at Howietoun fish farm, Stirling, Central Scotland. Bangladesh J. Agril. Sci., 17(2): 307-315.
  7. Wahab, M.A. and Z.F. Ahmed. 1991. Effects of planktivorous carp species combinations on food organisms and electivity indices in the fish ponds. Progress. Agric., 2(2): 21-30.
  8. Haq, M.A., M.A. Wahab and Z.F. Ahmed. 1993. Optimization of fertilization rate in the pond fish culture systems. BAU Research Progress, 7: 635-642.
  9. Wahab, M.A., Z. F. Ahmed, M.S. Haq and M. Begum. 1994. Compatibility of silver carp in the polyculture of cyprinid fishes. Progress. Agric., 5(2): 221-227.
  10. Wahab, M.A., Z.F. Ahmed, M.S. Haq and M.A.H. Miah. 1994. Electivity index of Catlacatla (Hamilton) in ponds under two different conditions. Progress. Agric., 5(2): 229-242.
  11. Azim, M.E., G.S. Talukder, M.A. Wahab, M.M. Haque and M.S. Haq. 1995. Effects of liming and maintenance of total hardness levels on fish production in fertilized ponds. Progress. Agric., 6(2): 7-14.
  12. Hossain, M.A., M.S. Rahman and M.A. Wahab. 1995. Limnological studies of the river Old Brahmaputra, II. Zooplankton. Progress. Agric., 6(2): 133-138.
  13. Awal, S., M.A. Wahab, G.U. Ahmed, M.M. Rahman and Z.F. Ahmed. 1995. Economics of different polyculture systems involving exotic and native major carps. Bangladesh J. Fish., 15-18(1-2): 37-43.
  14. Wahab, M.A., M.E. Azim, M.M. Haque and Z.F. Ahmed. 1996. Effects of frequency of fertilization on the water quality and fish yields. Progress. Agric., 7(2): 33-39.
  15. Wahid, M.I., M.S. Haq, M.A. Wahab, Z.F. Ahmed and M.S. Islam. 1997. Effects of fertilizer treatments on the water quality and fish production in semi-intensively managed fish ponds. Progress. Agric., 8(1&2): 61-65.
  16. Wahab, M.A., M.M. Haque, A.N.M.A. Haider, A.H.M Kohinoor and M.L. Islam. 1998. Food competition of Thai sharpunti, Puntius gonionotus (Bleeker), with major carps in polyculture conditions. Bangladesh J. Agril. Sci., 25(1): 139-147.
  17. Haque, S.M., M.A. Wahab, M.I. Wahid and M.S. Haq. 1998. Impacts of Thai silver barb, Puntius gonionotus (Bleeker) inclusion in the polyculture of carps. Bangladesh J. Fish. Res., 2(1): 15-22.
  18. Kohinoor, A.H.M., M.L. Islam, M.A. Wahab and S.H. Thilsted. 1998. Impact of mola (Amblypharyngodon mola) in the polyculture with carps. Bangladesh J. Fish. Res., 2(2): 119-126.
  19. Azim, M.E. and M.A. Wahab. 1998. Effects of duckweed (Lemna sp.) on pond ecology and fish production in carp polyculture of Bangladesh. Bangladesh J. Fish. 21(1): 17-28.
  20. Azim, M.E., M.A. Wahab, M.M. Hoque, M.I. Wahid and M.S. Haq. 1998. Suitability of duckweed (Lemna sp.) as a dietary supplement in four species polyculture. Progress. Agric., 9(1&2): 263-269.
  21. Wahab, M.A., M.A. Mannan, M.A. Huda, M.E. Azim, A.G. Tollervey and M.C.M. Beveridge. 1999. Effects of periphyton grown on bamboo substrates on growth and production of Indian major carp rohu (Labeo rohita Ham.). Bangladesh J. Fish. Res., 3: 1-10.
  22. Kohinoor, A.H.M., N. Debnath, M.A. Wahab, M.M. Haque, M. I. Mia and S.H. Thilsted. 1999. Effects of stocking density on growth and production of mola (Amblypharyngodon mola) in seasonal ponds. Bangladesh J. Fish., 22(1): 107-122.
  23. Chowdhury M.T.H., S. Dewan, M.A. Wahab, M.J. Uddin and S.H. Thilsted. 2000. Water quality parameters of the rice fields used for rice cum fish culture. Bangladesh J. Fish., 23 (1): 25-29.
  24. Ahmed, Z.F., M.A. Wahab, M.S. Haq and M.A.H. Miah. 2000. Evaluation of food selection of Catla catla (Hamilton) fingerling by determining electivity index grown in earthen ponds of Bangladesh. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences, 3(6): 1066-1068.
  25. Ahmed, Z.F., M.A. Wahab, MA.H. Miah and M.E. Azim. 2000. Investgation of water quality parameters in carp nursery under two different pond conditions. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences, 3(8): 1349-1351.
  26. Ahmed, Z.F., M.A. Wahab, M.A.H. Miah and M.E. Azim. 2000. Observation and comparison of physicochemical characteristics in carp rearing ponds under two treatments. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences, 3(10): 1781-1783.
  27. 99. Wahab, M.A., M.E. Azim, A. Mahmud, A.H.M. Kohinoor, and M.M. Haque. 2001. Optimization of stocking density of Thai silver barb (Puntius gonionotus) in the duckweed-fed four species polyculture system. Bangladesh J. Fish. Res. 5(1), 13-21.
  28. Chowdhury, M.T.H., S. Dewan, M.A. Wahab and S.H. Thilsted. 2001. Culture of Amblypharyngodon mola in rice fields alone and in combination with Barbodes gonionotus and Cyprinus carpio. Bangladesh J. Fish. Res. 5 (2): 115-122.
  29. Kohinoor, A.H.M., Wahab, M.A., M.L. Islam and S.H. Thilsted. 2001. Culture potentials of mola (Amblypharyngodon mola), chela (Chela cachius) and punti (Puntius sophore) under monoculture system. Bangladesh J. Fish. Res., 5(2): 123-134.
  30. Wahab, M. A., A. Bergheim, B. Braaten, M.S. Islam and M.M. Rahman. 2001. Observation on some of the environmental parameters of selected shrimp farms in Khulna, Bangladesh. Bangladesh J. Fish. Res., 5(1): 75-84.
  31. 103. Islam, M.S., A. Wahab and A.A. Miah. 2002. Socioeconomic and environmental impacts of alternate shrimp-crop farming in Bangladesh. Bangladesh J. Agril. Econ., 25 (1): 63-76.
  32. Roy, N.C., A.H.M. Kohinoor, M.A. Wahab and S.H. Thilsted. 2002. Evaluation of performance of carp-SIS polyculture technology in the rural farmers’ pond. Asian Fisheries Science, 15(1): 41-50.
  33. Begum, M., M.A. Wahab, M.M. Ali and M.S. Haq. 2002. Effects of iso-nitrogenous and iso-phosphorus fertilizers as nutrient sources on carp polyculture in Bangladesh. Bangladesh J. Fish Res., 6(2): 125-134.
  34. Begum, M., M.Y. Hossain, M.A. Wahab and A.H.M. Kohinoor.2003. Effects of iso-phosphorus fertilizers on water quality and biological productivity in fish pond. J. Aqua. Trop., 18(1): 1-12.
  35. Roy, N.C., M.A. Wahab and S.H.Thilsted. 2003. An appropriate carp polyculture technology with small indigenous fish mola (Amblypharyngodon mola) for rural Bangladesh. J. Aqua. Trop., 18(1): 97-110.
  36. Roy, N.C., M.A. Wahab, H. Khatoon and S.H. Thilsted. 2003. Economics of carp-SIS polyculture in rural farmers’ pond. Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences, 6(1): 61-64.
  37. Ahmed, Z.F., M.A. Wahab and N.Nasrin. 2004. Food selectivity among three planktivorous carp species in the polyculture in response to different fertilization regimes. Progress. Agric., 15(1): 205-212.
  38. Ahmed, Z.F., M.S. Rahman, M.Y. Hossain and M.A. Wahab. 2004. An investigation into the diet of a freshwater small fish chhep chela Chela cachius (Hamilton-Buchanan, 1822) in a large perennial pond in Mymensingh, Bangladesh. Progress. Agric., 15(2): 135-140.
  39. Asaduzzaman, A., M.A. Wahab, A. Kadir, A.S.M. Kibria and M. Kunda. 2005. Observation of some of the environmental parameters and feed quality of selected golda (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) farms in Bangladesh. Bangladesh J. Fish. Res., 9(2), 2005: 149-158.
  40. Asaduzzaman, A., M.A. Rahman, M. Kunda, M.S. Uddin and M.A. Wahab. 2006. Production performance of overwintering jeveniles of giant freshwater prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii de Man) under all male and mixed sex culture systems. Progress. Agric., 17(1): 133-145.
  41. Asaduzzaman, A., M.A. Salam, M.A. Wahab, M. Kunda and M. B. Rahman. 2006. Effects of control of C/N ratio by low-cost carbohydrate addition on water quality and pond ecology in freshwater prawn Macrobrachium rosenbergii post-larvae nursing system. Bangladesh J. Fish. Res., 10(2): 121-130.
  42. Hossain, M.Y., M. Begum, Z.F. Ahmed, M.A. Hoque, M.A. Karim and M.A. Wahab. 2006. A study on the effects of iso-phosphorus fertilizers on plankton production in fish ponds. South Pacific Studies, 26(2): 101-110.
  43. Begum, M., M.Y. Hossain, M.A. Wahab and Z.F. Ahmed. 2007. Effects of iso-nutrient fertilization on plankton production in earthen ponds of Bangladesh. Pakistan J. Biol. Sci., 10(8): 1221-1228.
  44. Begum, M., M.A. Wahab, M.S. Haq, M.Y. Hossain and M.M. Ali. 2004. Effects of various iso-nitrogenous fertilizers as nutrient sources on carp polyculture in Bangladesh. Bangladesh J. Fish. Res., 8(1): 35-44.

 

Manuals, Text Books and Book Chapters (14)

  1. Wahab, M.A. 1997. Fish Feed and Nutrition (in Bangla). Text Book, published by the Bangladesh Open University (BOU), Dhaka. 127 p.
  2. Keshavanath, P. and A. Wahab (eds.), 2001. Periphyton-based Aquaculture and its Potential in Rural Development. Summary of an EC INCO-DC Funded Workshop, Ahsania Mission, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 29-31 January, 2001. Published by the Asian Fisheries Society, Indian Branch. 58 p.
  3. Wahab, M.A., M.E. Azim, M.C.J. Verdegem, A.A. van Dam and M.C.M. Beveridge. 2001. Periphyton-based Aquaculture: Potentials and Constraints. In: Shankar, K.M., C.V. Mohan (eds.), Potential of Artificial Substrate Based Microbial Biofilm in Aquaculture. National Workshop Manual. UNESCO sponsored workshop held on 15-16 October 2001, Mangalore, India. pp. 45-59.
  4. Roos, N., S.H. Thilsted and A. Wahab. 2002. Culture of Small Indigenous Fish Species in Seasonal Ponds in Bangladesh: the Potential for Production and Impact on Food and Nutrition Security. In: Edwards, P., D.C. Little and H. Demaine (eds.), Rural Aquaculture. CABI Publishing, Oxon, UK, pp. 245-253.
  5. Wahab, M.A. (ed.). 2003. Environmental and Socioeconomic Impacts of Shrimp Farming in Bangladesh. Technical Proceedings, BAU-NORAD Workshop, 5 March 2002, BRAC Centre, Dhaka, Bangladesh. Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, 101 p.
  6. Wahab, M.A., H. Thilsted and M.E. Hoq (eds.), 2003. Small Indigenous Species of Fish in Bangladesh: Culture Potentials for Improved Nutrition & Livelihood. Technical Proceedings, BAU-DANIDA Workshop, 30-31 October 2002, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh, 149 p.
  7. Uddin, M.S., Azim, M.E., Wahab, M.A., Haq, M.S., 2004. Optimization of stocking ratios of the GIFT strain of Nile tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) and Freshwater prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) in periphyton-based System. In: Bolivar, R., Mair, G., Fitzsimmons, K. (eds.), Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on Tilapia in Aquaculture (ISTA-6), Manila, Philippines, pp. 609-623.
  8. Azim, M.E. and A. Wahab. 2005. Periphyton-based Pond Polyculture. In: Azim, M.E., M.C.J.Verdegem, A.A. van Dam and M.C.M. Beveridge (eds.), Periphyton: Ecology, Exploitation and Management. CABI Publishing, UK, pp. 207-222.
  9. Bunting, S., M. Karim, and A. Wahab. 2005. Periphyton-based Aquaculture: Livelihoods and Sustainability. In: Azim, M.E., M.C.J.Verdegem, A.A. van Dam and M.C.M. Beveridge (eds.), Periphyton: Ecology, Exploitation and Management. CABI Publishing, UK. pp.285-297.
  10. Little, D.C., Karim, M., Turongruang, D., Morales, E.J., Murray, F.J., Barman, B.K., Haque, M.M., Kundu, N., Belton, B., Faruque, G., Azim, M.E., Islam, F., Pollock, L., Verdegem, M.C.J., Young, J.A., Leschen, W., Wahab, M.A., 2007. Livelihood impacts of ponds in Asia - opportunities and constraints. In: van der Zijpp, A.J., Verreth, J.A.J., Tri, L.Q., van Mensvoort, M.E.F., Bosma, R.H., Beveridge, M.C.M., (eds.), Fishponds in farming systems. Wageningen Academic Publishers, The Netherlands, pp. 177-202.
  11. Wahab, M.A., M.A.R. Hossain, B.K. Barman and M. Kunda. 2012. Anu-Pushti Shamridha Choto Macher Utpadon O Babosthapona Koushal. (in Bangla), (Production and management techniques of micronutrient-rich small fishes). A WorldFish Publication. 61 p.
  12. Wahab, M.A., M.S. Shah, Mostafa A.R. Hossain, B.K. Barman and M.E. Hoq. 2014 (Eds). Advances in Fisheries Research in Bangladesh. Volume 1. Bangladesh Fisheries Research Forum. Dhaka, Bangladesh. 246 pp.
  13. A. Wahab et. al. 2014 (Eds). Book of Abstracts. 6th Biennial Fisheries Conference & Research Fair 2014, held in Dhaka on 26th-27th April 2014. 116 p.
  14. Thilsted S.H. and A. Wahab. 2014 (Eds). Production and Conservation of Nutrient-rich Small Fish (SIS) in Ponds and Wetlands for Nutrition Security and Livelihoods in South Asia. Proceedings of a World Bank/SAFANSI Funded project on Small Fish and Nutrition. Dhaka, Bangladesh. 1st-2nd March 2014, Dhaka, Bangladesh. 48 pp.  

 

Articles Published in Popular Science Magazines (11)

  1. Wahab, M.A. and M.G. Kibria. 1994. Katha and Kua Fisheries - an Unusual Fishing Method in Bangladesh. Aquaculture News, 18: 24-25.
  2. Wahab, M.A., M.M. Rahman and A. Milstein. 2001. The effect of common carp Cyprinus carpio and mrigal Cirrhinus mrigala as bottom feeders in Indian carp polyculture. World Aquaculture, 32(4): 50-52 & 69.
  3. Azim, M.E., M.A. Wahab, M.C.J. Verdegem, A.A. van Dam and M.C.M. Beveridge. 2001. Periphyton boosts production in pond aquaculture systems. World Aquaculture, 32(4): 57-61.
  4. Azim, M.E., M.A. Wahab, M.C.J. Verdegem, A.A. van Dam and M.C.M. Beveridge. 2002. Periphyton-based aquaculture: a sustainable technology for resource-poor farmers. STREAM Journal, 1(2), 9-10.
  5. Azim, M.E., M.A. Wahab and M.C.J. Verdegem. 2003. Status of aquaculture and fisheries in Bangladesh. World Aquaculture, 34(4): 37-40 & 67.
  6. Azim, M.E., M.A. Wahab and T. Asaeda. 2004. The more periphyton substrates, the higher the fish production in earthen ponds. World Aquaculture, 35(3): 58-60.
  7. Asaduzzaman, M., M.A. Wahab, Yang Yi, James S. Diana and C. Kwei Lin. 2006. Bangladesh prawn farming survey reports industry evolution. Global Aquaculture Advocate, 9 (6): 40-43.
  8. Milstein, A., M.A. Wahab and A. Kadir. 2007. Joint culture: Carp polyculture provides large fish for cash, small fish for nutrition. Global Aquaculture Advocate, 10(1): 60-62.
  9. Uddin, M.S., M.C.M. Verdegem, M.E. Azim and M.A. Wahab. 2007. Periphyton-based tilapia – prawn polyculture: New dimension in aquaculture may support organic status. Global Aquaculture Advocate, 10(1): 50-53.
  10. Asaduzzaman, M., M.A. Wahab, M.C.J. Verdegem, J.A.J. Verreth. 2010. C:N-controlled, periphyton system boosts production in stagnant ponds. Global Aquaculture Advocate, 13: 74-76.
  11. Asaduzzaman, M., M.A. Wahab, M.C.J. Verdegem. 2011. Freshwater prawn farming in a carbon-nitrogen controlled periphyton-based system: a sustainable approach to increase stagnant pond productivity. Aquaculture Asia, 16(1): 16-24.