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International Symposium on
River Biodiversity: Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna (GBM) River Basin
Jointly organized by
Patna University, Patna (India) and University of Chittagaon (Bangladesh)
Sponsored by IUCN
PATNA (Bihar, India): 4-6 April 2014
The main objectives of the symposium are:
- To review and compare the current status of biodiversity of the three large rivers and their wetlands.
- To evaluate the impacts of anthropogenic stress on biodiversity in the GBM Basin with special focus on the Ganges dolphin, Otters, Gavialis, and turtles.
- To review the status of conservation and management of riverine ecosystems, food web dynamics and fisheries
- To evaluate the methodology for the sound assessment and monitoring of riverine biodiversity
- To discuss the need for participation of stakeholders, public education and awareness among common mass with a focus on children and youth
- To identify area of collaboration and cooperation in river research between India and Bangladesh
Contact: Prof. R.K. Sinha. Dept of Zoology, PatnaUniversity, Patna [Email: email@example.com]