Journal - SLJAS

Sri Lanka Journal of Aquatic Sciences is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal started in 1998.

Annual Proceedings

Proceedings of the Annual Scientific Sessions have been published continuously for last 19 years.

Annual Scientific Sessions

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21st Annual Scientific session

22 May 2015 at Colombo
SLAFAR invites its members and other Scientists to submit Abstracts to be considered for oral presentation at the 21st Annual Scientific Sessions.


Awareness of Youth for Endemic Fish Conservation

18th to 20th March 2014 - at Nuwara Eliya

As today's youth are tomorrow's conservation leaders, the SLAFAR has focus on educating youth in Nuwara Eliya, a hot spot of endemic fish species. 


Guest Lecture on Current Trends in Ornamental Fish Industry

27th November 2013 - at the ZLT - Faculty of Science, University of Kelaniya

A guest lecture on “current trends in ornamental fish industry” was successfully completed by SLAFAR and Aquatic Club of the Department of Zoology, University of Kelaniya on 27th Novemb


The concept of “Solar village” inspired the gathering at the Wayamba University of Sri Lanka.

13th August 2013 – at the Mini-auditorium, Faculty of Livestock, Fisheries and Nutrition, Wayamba University of Sri Lanka.

The visiting lecture on “Renewable Energy: Past, Present and Future” by Professor I.M. Dharmadasa, the Head of the Electronic m


Successfully Conducted the Scientific Writing Workshop - II

11th-14th September 2013 – at Tamarind Tree Hotel, Minuwangoda

SLAFAR with the financial support of BOBLME has organized scientific writing workshop for young scientists, who presented their research findings in the 19th Annual Sci


2014-04-03 | Presentation Skills Development Workshop..
2014-04-03 | First Scientific Writing Workshop..
2014-04-02 | A Guest Lecture on Bio Piracy..
2014-04-02 | School Programme Organized by SLAFAR for Advanced Level Students..
2014-01-15 | First announcement for the 20th Annual Scientific Sessions of the SLAFAR..

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Length Based Spawning Potential : A new approach to assess and manage data poor fisheries

Jointly organised with NARA and SEASL


20th Annual Sessions

We are pleased to inform you that the agenda for the 20th annual sc


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