Haque S. M. 1996. Impact of Inclusion of Thai silver barb (Puntius gonionotus Bleeker) in the polyculture of Carps.
Haque S. M. 2002. Physiological Regulation of Toxin Production in Harmful Raphidophytes. United Graduate School of Agricultural Sciences, Kagoshima University, Japan. Ph. D Thesis. 108pp.
List of Published Scientific Articles
Haque, S. M., M. A. Wahab, M. 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. (Published in Bangladesh)
Hassan, M.K., M.S Islam, S. M. Haque and M.S. Rahman. 1999. Limnological conditions of naturally turbid ponds and its effects on fish growth. Bangladesh. J. Fish. Res. 3(1): 41-48
Haque, S.M. and Y. Onoue. 2002. Variation in toxin composition s of two harmful Raphidophytes, Chattonella antiqua and Chattonella marina at different salinities. Environ Toxicol. 17: 113-118. (Published In United States of America)
Haque, S.M. and Y. Onoue. 2002. Effects of salinity on growth and toxin production of a noxious phytoflagellate, Heterosigma akashiwo (Raphidophyceae). Botanica marina, 45: 356-363. (Published in Germany and United States of America)
Haque, S. M. and Y. Onoue. 2003. Effects of environmental factors on the growth of Heterosigma akashiwo (Raphidophyceae) isolated from Kagoshima Bay, Japan in 2001. J. of Environ. Sci. 9(2): 363-365. (Published in Bangladesh)
Haque, S.M. and Y. Onoue. 2004. Comparative study on the toxin production of three Raphidophytes at different environmental conditions. Bangladesh. J. Fish. Res. Vol. 8, No. 2, 135-142, 2004.
M. F. K. Mahmud, S. M. Haque, M. Al-Imran and Mizanur Rahman. 2005. Food and feeding habit of chapila (Gudusia chapra), Bangladesh. J. Fish. Res., 9 (2), 133-140.
M. F. K. Mahmud, S. M. Haque. 2006. Diatom in the fish pond and its dietary role in Chapila (Gudusia chapra). Bangladesh. J. of Environ. Sci. 12 ( 2), 369-372.
S.M. Haque, J. Haque, M.T. Islam and M.A. Satter. 2007. Heavy metal contamination in wetland water at Valuka of Mymensingh. J. of Environ. Sci. 13(2): 431-438.
S.M. Haque, K.R. Hasan, K.K U Ahmed and S. Dewan. 2007. Status of Fisheries in Beel shapla, Brahmanbaria. J. of Environ. Sci. 13(2): 458-464
M.G. Faruk, S.M. Haque, M.R. Islam.2008. Evaluation of the suitability of crude salt, table salt and brine solution for larvae rearing of fresh water prawn. J. Bangladesh Soc. Agric. Scien. Technol., 5(1&2) 181-184. (Published in Bangladesh)
M.R. Islam, S.M. Haque, M.G. Faruk. 2008. Heavy metal contamination in water sediment and shrimp in different ghers of Satkhira region. J. Bangladesh Soc. Agric. Scien. Technol., 5(1&2) 185-188. (Journal of the Bangladesh Society for Agricultural Science and Technology)
S.M. Haque, M.M Billah, Z.F. Ahmed. 2008. An investigation into the diet of a freshwater small fish pool Barb Puntius sophore in a large perennial water body in Mymensingh. J. of Environ. Sci. 15: 193-197.
M.F. Iqbal, M.A., Satter, S.M. Haque, M.J Chowdhury. 2008. Environmental prospectus of Crocodile cultivation in Bangladesh: A case study in Bhaluka. J. of Environ. Sci. 15: 198-202.
Haque, S.M. and Rahman Asadur. 2008. Distribution of Plankton in the shrimp ghers of Bagherhat, Bangladesh. Bangladesh. J. Fish. Res. 12 (2): 197-204.
Sonia Seheli, K Fatema, SM Haque. 2013. Existing status and practices of fish farming in Trisal Upazila of Mymensingh. Progressive Agriculture 24 (1-2): 191-201
Haque, S.M. and Y. Onoue. Effects of environmental conditions on the toxin production of a harmful algae Chattonella marina. Harmful Algae (Submitted)(Published in USA)
Md. Shariful Islam, Md. Abdul Wahab, Shahroz Mahean Haque, Muhammad Shahidul Haq and Nafia Binte Ryhan : Salinity Intrusion Impacts on Fisheries of Nabaganga River, Bangladesh.Australia and New Zealand Journal of Social Business, Environment and Sustainability (ANJSBS’; www.anjsbes.net.au) Volume 2 (Issue 2) October 2016, ISSN 2206-4346 ) 132-152
Phanindra Sangma · Md Abdul Wahab, Shahroz Mahean Haque, Sanjib Kumar Mondal .2017. Integrated cage-cum-pond culture system with walking catfish (Clarias batrachus) in cages and tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus) in open ponds.Res. Agric. Livest. Fish. Vol 4 No December 2017: 221-227.