Publications

de Souza, G., and P. Gabbadon. 1992.  Cascadura Farming from Hatchery to Production.  Institute of Marine Affairs Aquaculture Series - 2.  Institute of Marine Affairs, Trinidad. 27p.


de Souza, G., and P. Gabbadon. 1989.  Feeding studies of cascadura fry Hoplosternum littorale Hancock 1828 under experimental conditions. IMA Research Report. Trinidad. 14p.


de Souza, G., and Gabbadon, P. 1991.  Fingerling production of the cascadura Hoplosternum littorale Hancock 1828.  IMA Research Report. Trinidad. 10p.


de Souza, G., P. Gabbadon and A. Titus. 1995.  Polyculture of giant fresh prawn (Macrobrachium rosenbergii) and cascadura (Hoplosternum littorale) in earthen ponds in Trinidad. Institute of Marine Affairs Technical Report. Trinidad. 9p.


de Souza, G., P. Gabbadon, and A. Titus. 1996.  A comparison of sinking and floating pelletized rations in the production of red hybrid tilapia.  IMA Technical Report. Trinidad. 8p.


de Souza, G., P.W. Gabbadon, and A. Titus. Polyculture Trials involving prawns Macrobrachium rosenbergii, armoured catfish Hoplosternum littorale, and red hybrid tilapia in earthen ponds in Trinidad.  47th Annual Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute.


Gabbadon, P., and G. de Souza. 1990. Fish Farm Ponds – Design, Construction and Maintenance. 1990.  Institute of Marine Affairs Aquaculture Series - 1. Institute of Marine Affairs, Trinidad. 27p.


Gabbadon, P., and G. de Souza. 1989.  Preliminary Studies on Freshwater Prawn Macrobrachium rosenbergii Monoculture in Earthen Ponds in Trinidad. IMA Research Report. 23p.


Gabbadon, P. W., G. de Souza, and A. Titus. 2008.  Tilapia Farming: A Manual on Commercial Tilapia Production. Institute of Marine Affairs Aquaculture Series – 3 (2nd Edition) Institute of Marine Affairs, Trinidad.


Manwaring, G., G. de Souza, P. Gabbadon, and A. Titus.  1993.  Marketing the Red Hybrid Tilapia.  A Pilot Survey of Retail Fish Markets in Trinidad.  IMA Research Report.  Trinidad. 15p.


Gabbadon, P. and G. de Souza. 1985. The Freshwater Conch Pomacea urceus (Muller) as a Potential Culture Species for Trinidad and Tobago. In Proc. 38th Annual Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute.


Gabbadon, P. W., and F. Chapman. 1996.  Use of the Lampricide 3-Trifluoromethyl-4-Nitrophenol (TFM) to Control Tadpoles in Warm-water Ornamental Fish Ponds. The Progressive Fish-Culturist 58: 23-28.


Kishore, R., and M. Antoine Malchan. (in Press) Local Fisheries Knowledge: A Case Study of Fishing Communities from Ortoire to Guayaguayare, Trinidad.  International Development Research Centre (IDRC) of Canada.


Kishore, R., C.M. Marshall, H. Ramsundar, G. de Souza, H. Haylock, and J. Finlay. 2006. Political organisation and socio-economics of fishing communities of Trinidad and Tobago, Belize and Grenada.  In: Coastal Resource Management in the Wider Caribbean: resilience, adaptation and community diversity.  Edited by Yvan Breton.   Kingston: Ian Randle Jamaica and International Development Research Centre, Ottawa, Canada.  265p.


Kishore, R., H. Ramsundar, and M. Clarke-Marshall. (in Press) Description of the fishery system of fishing communities from Ortoire to Guayaguayare, Trinidad. 253p. International Development Research Centre (IDRC) of Canada.


Kishore, R., H. Ramsundar, and M. Clarke-Marshall. (in Press) Fisheries Co-Management Framework: A Case Study of Fishing Communities from Ortoire to Guayaguayare, Trinidad.  International Development Research Centre (IDRC) of Canada.


Padmanaban, S.  (in Press) A GIS of the fisheries system and other coastal activities from Ortoire to Guayaguayare.   A case study of fishing communities from Ortoire to Guayaguayare, Trinidad. Prepared for International Development Research Centre (IDRC) of Canada.


Manickchand-Dass, S. 1987.  Reproduction, age and growth of the lane snapper, Lutjanus synagris (Linneaus) in Trinidad, West Indies.  Bulletin of Marine science, 40(1):22-28.


Manickchand-Heileman, S., and D.A.T. Phillip. 2000. Age and growth of the yellowedge grouper Epinephelus flavolimbatus and the yellowmouth grouper Mycteroperca interstitialis in Trinidad and Tobago. U.S. Fishery Bulletin 98, 290-298.


Manickchand-Heileman, S.C. and D.A.T. Phillip. 1996.  Reproduction, age and growth of the Caribbean red snapper (Lutjanus purpureus) in waters of Trinidad and Tobago.  In: F. Arregúin-Sanchez, J. L. Munro, M.C. Balgos and D. Pauly (eds.).  Biology, fisheries and culture of tropical groupers and snappers.  ICLARM Conf. Proc. 48:449p.


Manickchand-Heileman, S.C., and J.S. Kenny. 1990.  Reproduction, age and growth of the whitemouth croaker Micropogonias furnieri (Desmarest, 1823) in Trinidad waters.  Fishery Bulletin. U.S. 88:523-529.


Sturm, M., and G. de Souza. 1984.  Triportheus elongatus: A New record of a Characid Fish from Trinidad. In Copeia.  American Society of Ichthyologist and Herpetologists.


Sturm, M.de.L., and P. Salter. 1990. Age, growth and reproduction of the king mackerel Scomberomorus cavalla (Cuvier) in Trinidad waters.  Fishery Bulletin, v.88, n.2. 361-370.


Chin, X., and A. Richardson-Drakes. 2004.  Age and growth determination of the red hind Epinephelus guttatus from Grenada.  Document prepared for the CARICOM Fisheries Resources Assessment and Management Program (CFRAMP).  22p.


Kishore, R. 2005.  Age and Growth Determination of the lane snapper Lutjanus synagris from Belize and Jamaica. Document prepared for the CARICOM Fisheries Resources Assessment and Management Program (CFRAMP). 32p.


Kishore, R., X. Chin, and R. Ramsundar. 2003.  Potential Impacts of industrial development on coastal fisheries in the Gulf of Paria, Trinidad.  Proceedings of the 54th Annual Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute. 13-27.


Kishore, R., and H. Ramsundar. 2008. Community-Based Fisheries Management: A Case Study of Fishing Communities from Ortoire to Guayaguayare, Trinidad. 59th Proceedings of the Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute, Belize City: Belize. 59: 99 – 110.


Kishore, R., and F. Solomon. 2005.  Age and growth studies of Caranx hippos (Crevalle jack) from Trinidad using hard-parts.  56th Proceedings of the Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute Conference.56: 227-239.