FISHERY AND AQUACULTURE PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

Fishery and Aquaculture project topics and materials for undergraduate and post graduate students. Research project paper, seminar topics, proposals, titles, ideas and materials are available for dissertation, thesis and essay in Fishery and Aquaculture department. Find below the list of research project topics for Bsc, Msc and Phd Fishery and Aquaculture students.

FISHERY AND AQUACULTURE PROJECT TOPICS AND MATERIALS

  1. EVALUATION OF FRESH AQUATIC PLANT (Azollapinnata) AND ARTIFICIAL DIET ON GROWTH PERFORMANCE, GASTRIC EVACUATION RATE AND CARCASS COMPOSITION OF NILE TILAPIA (Oreochromisniloticus)

  2. PLASTIC MARINE DEBRIS: Importance to Aquatic Environment and Human Health

  3. HEAVY METAL CONCENTRATIONS IN AFRICAN RIVER PRAWN (Macrobrachium vollenhovenii) OF ETHIOPE RIVER

  4. A STUDY OF THE PHYSICO-CHEMICAL PARAMETERS AND HEAVY METAL CONCENTRATION IN WATER AND SEDIMENT OF OGBE-IJOH WATERSIDE OF WARRI RIVER

  5. EFFECTS OF POLLUTION ON WATER AND FISH PRODUCTION IN IKPOBA RIVER USING MACRO INVERTEBRATES AS BIO-INDICATORS

  6. DETERMINATION OF HEAVY METAL CONCENTRATIONS IN FISH AND WATER OF IKPOBA RIVER

  7. EFFECT OF TOTAL REPLACEMENT OF FISHMEAL WITH POULTRY HATCHERY WASTE MEAL IN THE DIET OF AFRICAN CATFISH (Clarias gariepinus) FINGERLINGS

  8. ASSESSMENT OF SOME HEAVY METALS IN SEDIMENT OF IKPOBA RIVER

  9. THE POTENTIALS OF AQUACULTURE DEVELOPMENT IN FISHING COMMUNITIES

  10. STUDIES ON THE BIOLOGY OF SILVER CATFISH (CHRYSICHTHYS NIGRODIGITATUS LACÈPÈDE 1803)

  11. IMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE

  12. COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF FOUR COMMERCIAL FISH FEEDS IN THE PRODUCTION OF AFRICAN CATFISH

  13. CHALLENGES OF WOMEN INVOLVED IN AQUACULTURAL ACTIVITIES

  14. COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE GROWTH PERFORMANCE OF FOUR COMMERCIAL FISH FEEDS IN THE PRODUCTION OF AFRICAN CATFISH

  15. A STUDY ON CONSUMERS ACCEPTABILIY ON FRESH AND SMOKED CATFISH

  16. MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION OF IN-LAND FISHERIES RESOURCES IN NIGERIA

  17. GROWTH PERFORMANCE AND BLOOD PARAMETERS OF CLARIAS GARIPENUS FED GRADED LEVEL OF MELON SHELL AS REPLACEMENT FOR MAIZE

  18. CULTURE OF DIPLOID AND TRIPLOID OF (HETEROBRANCHUS BIDORSALIS AND CLARIAS GARIEPINUS) FED WITH DAPHNIA

  19. ASPECTS OF CRYOPRESERVATION OF Clarias gariepinus OBTAINED FROM THE LOWER RIVER NIGER

  20. PLANKTON ASSEMBLAGE AND WATER QUALITY OF ANWAI RIVER, DELTA STATE

  21. COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF METHODS OF PROCESSING PATHOGEN-FREE POULTRY MANURE

  22. A STUDY ON THE PRELIMINARY KNOWLEDGE OF AQUACULTURE

  23. GROWTH PERFORMANCE AND BLOOD PARAMETERS OF CLARIS GARIPENUS FED GRADED LEVEL OF MELON SHELL AS A REPLACEMENT FOR MAIZE

  24. FISH ABUNDANCE AND DISTRIBUTION OF THREE WATER BODIES

  25. CULTURE OF DIPLOID AND TRIPLOID OF (HETEROBRANCHUS BIDORSALIS AND CLARIS GARIEPINUS) FED WITH DAPHNIA

  26. FISH ABUNDANCE AND DISTRIBUTION OF THREE WATER BODIES

  27. PARADOX OF LOCATION AND POETRY IN YEIBO’S THE FORBIDDEN TONGUE AND IKIRIKO’S OILY TEARS OF THE DELTA

  28. PROBLEM AND PROSPETS OF SMALL SCALE FISH FARMERS IN EDO STATE: A CASE STUDY OF OVIA NORTH EAST LOCAL GOVERNEMNT AREA OF EDO STATE

  29. ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF FISH PRODUCTION

  30. ASPECTS OF CRYOPRESERVATION OF CLARIS GARIEPINUS OBTAINED FROM THE LOWER RIVER NIGER

  31. INLAND AQUACULTURE IN NIGERIA: IMPROVING FINGERLING SUPPLY AND FISH NUTRITION FOR SMALLHOLDER FARMS

  32. INVESTIGATIONS OF KEY ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS DETERMINING THE SUSTAINABILITY AND PRODUCTIVITY OF SHRIMP AQUACULTURE IN TROPICAL COASTAL REGIONS

  33. POSITIONING NIGERIAN LOBSTER FARMING FOR SIGNIFICANT EXPANSION AND INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY

  34. MANAGEMENT/CONSERVATION OF IN-LAND FISHERIES RESOURCES IN NIGERIA

  35. DIVERSIFICATION OF SMALLHOLDER COASTAL AQUACULTURE IN NIGERIA

  36. EXPANDING SPINY LOBSTER AQUACULTURE IN NIGERIA

  37. INDIGENOUS FISHERIES DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA

  38. DIAGNOSTIC TESTS AND EPIDEMIOLOGICAL PROBES FOR PRAWN VIRUSES IN NIGERIA

  39. DEVELOPMENT OF THE AQUACULTURE COMPENDIUM

  40. ASSESSING THE POTENTIAL FOR LOW COST FORMULATED DIETS FOR MUD CRAB AQUACULTURE IN NIGERIA

  41. FISH DRYING IN NIGERIA

  42. DEVELOPMENT OF IMPROVED MUD CRAB CULTURE SYSTEMS IN THE NIGERIA

  43. EXPLORING OPTIONS FOR IMPROVING LIVELIHOODS AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA COASTAL COMMUNITIES

  44. DEVELOPMENT AND DELIVERY OF PRACTICAL DISEASE CONTROL PROGRAMS FOR SMALL-SCALE SHRIMP FARMERS IN NIGERIA

  45. CAPACITY BUILDING AND TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER IN APPLIED POPULATION GENETICS OF AQUATIC SPECIES IN NIGERIA

  46. MANAGEMENT AND POLICY FRAMEWORKS FOR ILLEGAL, UNREPORTED AND UNREGULATED (IUU) FISHING IN NIGERIAN WATERS

  47. APPLICATION OF FISH PASSAGE DESIGN PRINCIPLES TO ENHANCE SUSTAINABILITY OF INLAND FISHERY RESOURCES IN THE WEST AFRICANS WATERS

  48. AN ASSESSMENT OF THE EXTENT OF GENETIC INTROGRESSION IN EXOTIC CULTURE STOCKS OF TILAPIA

  49. ASSESSMENT OF THE PHYSIO-CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND THE CHANGES OR EFFECTS IN THE SERUM OF AFRICAN CATFISH

  50. ASSESSING ECONOMIC AND WELFARE VALUES OF FISH IN THE LOWER NIGER RIVER

  51. IMPROVING RESILIENCE AND ADAPTIVE CAPACITY OF FISHERIES-DEPENDENT COMMUNITIES IN NIGERIA

  52. EVALUATION OF FRESH AQUATIC PLANT (Azollapinnata) AND ARTIFICIAL DIET ON GROWTH PERFORMANCE, GASTRIC EVACUATION RATE AND CARCASS COMPOSITION OF NILE TILAPIA (Oreochromisniloticus)

  53. SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF SPORT FISHERIES FOR COMMUNITIES AROUND NIGER RIVER

  54. IMPROVING TECHNOLOGIES FOR INLAND AQUACULTURE IN NIGERIA

  55. EXTRACTION OF OIL FROM A LOCAL SEED (GROUNDNUT SEED) AND CHARACTERIZATION

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