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Journal of Marine Science: Research & Development
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Subrata Kumar Behera

Subrata Kumar Behera
Marine Biodiversity & Sea Turtle Biologist World Bank
ICZM Odisha
Tel: +91-9437698361


      I am currently working in the Integrated Coastal Zone Management Project implemented in Odisha coast since last two years as a Research Biologist (Marine Biodiversity); It is a great opportunity for me to be in this coastal and marine conservation program as it is a one of the marine program where we can develop and learn the principal of conservation and how to preserve it. The marine biodiversity is not yet well explored and the utilization of the resource in marine environment it creating mammoth of problems related to sea turtle, cetaceans and corals etc. conservation issues are both scientifically as well as sociologically. As most and for most the marine conservation issues are related socially and we have to deal with various communities, several grass root and budding NGO’s, Departments Government and Public Sector for the marine conservation issues in the real world to create a symbiotic relationship between two, this human-marine relationship can produce a sustainable marine eco-system which is the real goal of every Conservation. 
As India is developing country and in every step of the conservation we face problem in making the marine environmental policies if it’s made we face the community base problems. This Global course for the marine environment will be helpful to learn to undertake these issues. Hopefully I can help how to manage the marine conservation issues relating the developmental activities that are being going on in India now days.
Prior to this I have worked with Wildlife Institute of India, Derhadun for 6 years in the world’s largest sea turtle tracking project Funded by Director General of Hydrocarbons. Institute has given me the privilege of teaching to Master Degree students on Marine ecosystem conservation and Management. I have worked with WWF (I) for 2 years in their community based conservation program for sensitization, awareness for sea turtle, cetaceans and Mangrove along the Odisha coast. Department of Forest, Odisha had involved me in the development of Data Base Program of Olive ridley at Gahirmatha Coast, Odisha for 2 year.

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Integrated Coastal Zone Management Project, Determining the offshore distribution, migration and movement of olive ridley sea turtles along the east coast of India

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