CMFRI, Mandapam (1957) Government of India Central Marine Fisheries Research Station Mandapam Camp Annual Report of the Chief Research Officer for the year ending 31st March 1956. Indian Journal of Fisheries, 4 (2). pp. 387-418.
Studies on the sea fishery resources of India and their utilization were continued during the year by the Central Marine Fisheries Research Station. In addition to the work at the Headquarters Station at Mandapam, Sub- Station at Kozhikode, Research Units at Bombay, Karwar, Ernakulam (Cochin) and Madras and at the existing fishery survey centres, a new Research Unit to study the fisheries of the Andhra Coast was set up at Waltair in March 1956. As a preliminary to the setting up of a Research Unit at Calcutta a nucleus staff has been posted there. The Research Units at Ernakulam and Karwar have been strengthened and accommodated in more suitable buildings. Additional Survey Centres have been established at Ratnagiri and Mangalore and the Survey Centre at Adirampatnam has been shifted to Nagapatnam. Further progress has been made on the scheme on the collection and analysis of oceanographic data. Three more numbers of the Indian Journal of Fisheries, Volume II, Nos. 1 & 2 and Volume III, No. 1, were published during the year.
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