Reviewer - Sumit Mandal | Presidency University | 1181
ISSN: 2155-9910

Journal of Marine Science: Research & Development
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Sumit Mandal

Sumit Mandal
Assistant Professor Marine Ecology Laboratory (MEL)
Department of Biological Sciences (Zoology)
Presidency University
Bekar Building 2nd floor
College Street,
Kolkata- 700073
West Bengal


My doctoral work at Nagasaki University Japan was on aspects of the early life history processes in two intertidal macrobenthic species with contrasting mode of larval development in coastal waters of western Kyushu, Japan: the callianassid shrimp, Nihonotrypaea harmandi (Bouvier, 1901), and the trochid gastropod, Umbonium moniliferum (Lamarck, 1822). I also worked as teaching assistant during my doctorate period at Faculty of Fisheries, Nagasaki University and took practical classes for graduate and undergraduate students. After completing my doctorate degree I joined at National Institute of Oceanography, Goa (CSIR-NIO) as a Project Associate in the project Ballast Water Management Programme in India. In 2011, I received DST Fast Track Project for Young Scientists and continued to work at NIO as a Principal Investigator for my project titled “Benthic-pelagic linking: a tool to study marine ecosystem functioning.” From 2012 I am working as Assistant Professor at Department of Biological Sciences, Presidency University, West Bengal, India.

Research Interest

Research Expertise area:
1. Larval dispersal and source sink relationship to assess population connectivity for marine benthic population.
2. Aquaculture and larval ecology of marine and fresh water economical important fishes and shell fishes.
3. Marine softbottom benthic ecology.
4. Polychaete Taxonomy.
5. Impact of Ocean acidification on the marine macrobenthic fauna.
6. EIA (Environmental Impact Assessment) studies using benthic species as a tool.
7. Impact of marine bioinvasion on native ecosystem.

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