Prof. S.C Bordoloi

RESEARCH AREA

The key area where my team has made its presence felt both in India and abroad is exploration and documentation of fauna (Amphibia, Snake, fish and aquatic biodiversity) in some remote areas dotted with inhospitable and inaccessible terrains spread over the four states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland and Manipur. Comprehensive biological study of a number of species of frog (12 species) and fish (16 species) of commercial and ecological importance has been completed. Molecular taxonomy of a number of species is in progress

In eco-restoration study a technology has been developed for phyto assisted bioremediation by selecting indigenous plant species and isolating native hydrocarbon degrading bacteria with the financial assistance from Oil India Limited, Duliajan and first field trial has been completed where up to 85% of Total petroleum hydrocarbon reduction in oil and sludge contaminated field has been achieved

Career:

  • B.Sc (1974) Zoology (Honours) NEHU
  • M.Sc (1976) Zoology(Gold medal) North Eastern Hill University, Shillong, Meghalaya.
  • Ph.D (1976-1981) CSIR JRF and SRF
  • PDF( 1981) : CSIR PDF Fellowships.

EMPLOYMENT

  • Institute of advanced study in science and Technology (From 2003)
  • Cotton College, Guwahati (1985-2003).
  • Lady Keane College, Shillong (1981-1985).

AWARDS/ FELLOWSHIPS

  1. 1.FELLOWSHIP: CSIR, New Delhi Junior, Senior and Post Doctoral Fellowship.( 1976-1981)
  2. 2.INVITED PROFESSOR Museum National d’histoirenaturalle , Rue Cuvier, Paris,
    France. 2001
  3. 3.FELLOW Selected Fellow of National Institute of Ecology , NIE, New Delhi.2010
  4. 4. Selected member for International Society for the study and conservation of Amphibians ISSCA , Paris, France, 2001
  5. 5. Selected member of Species Survival Commission of IUCN, October 2007
  6. 6. Selected member of Durrell conservation Trust, Jersey, U.K. December 2007
  7. 7. Environmental expert Ministry of Env.& Forests. GOI 2007
  8. 8. Contributing Scientist, Global Amphibian Assessment, IUCN 2002-2008
  9. 9. Awarded Indo Australia Biotechnology fund (Workshop) by DBT, GOI and Australia –India Strategic Research Fund (AISRF), Australia, 2008.
  10. 10.Oral paper presentation in VIIth Inteternational phytoremediation Conference, Parma, Italy,2010
  11. 11. Chairperson,Technical session,vth European Bioremediation congress, Greece Chania 4-7July, 2011
  12. 12.Oral presentation in VIIIth International phytoremediation conference, Origon,Portland, USA.2011
  13. 13. Felicitation in the International conference on mother earth: save it to achieve asustainable future for all during December 10 – 12, 2014organised by BURDWAN University,Wbengal for contribution in the field of Environmental science.
  14. 14.Associate editor International Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Studies.

PATENT NIL

  • TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPED In eco-restoration study a technology has been developed for phyto assisted bioremediation by selecting indigenous plant species and isolating native hydrocarbon degrading bacteria with the financial assistance from Oil India Limited, Duliajan and first field trial has been completed where up to 85% of Total petroleum hydrocarbon reduction in oil and sludge contaminated field has been achieved.

PUBLICATIONS Detailed list

  1. Research Papers / with Impact Factor

    Sl No.

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    Year

    Title of paper and authors names


     

    Journal Name

    ISSN/ISBN No.


     

    74.Ultrasurface structure of oromandibular area in a hill stream teleost Glyptothorax trilineatus Blyth, 1860. Gitartha kaushik. And Sabitry Bordoloi.          ACCEPTEDActaZoologica (Stockholm) 00: 1–8.

    Doi10.1111/azo.12182


    ISSN: 0001-7272. WIley

    73Determination of total petroleum hydrocarbon in lentic water bodies of upper Assam, India  . Budhadev Basumatary, Mrinal Kumar Das, Santana Baishya, Sabitry Bordoloi .                                                   AcceptedJournal of Environmental Biology, 33:

    ISSN 0254 8704


     

    72

    2016

    Length weight relationships of five species collected from one torrential river Basistha in Assam, India.

    .F. Hussain, M.K. Das, G. Kaushik & S. Bordoloi .

    Journal of Applied Ichthyology 32 (1)137-138   (Wiley) ISSN 0175- 8659
    71

    2016

    Breeding tubercles in scales of male Barilius bendelisis (Hamilton, 1807) identified as sexual dimorphic character. Jafrin Farha Hussain and Sabitry Bordoloi .Current Science 110(6): 985-986      

    ISSN 0011-3891

    70.

    2015.

    When young are more conspicuous than adults: a new ranid species (Anura: Ranidae) revealed by its tadpole.

    S. Grosjean, S. Bordoloi, Y. Chuaynkern; P. Chakravarty and A. Ohler .

    Zootaxa 4058 (4):

    471–498.


    ISSN-1175-5326

     

    69.


    2015

     

    Adaptive modifications in lip and barbel of an endangered catfish Amblyceps arunchalensis Nath & Dey, 1989. G. Kaushik and S. Bordoloi


     

    CURRENT SCIENCE, 109 (9)

    1554-1556.


    ISSN 0011-3891

    68.

    2015

    Length–weight relationships and reproductive parameters of Amblyceps apangi Nath and Dey, 1989 from Nagaland, India. L. N. Humtsoe and S. BordoloiJournal of Applied Ichthyology (Wiley).Vol 311158 – 1160. ISSN 0175- 8659
    67.

     


    2015

    Length-weight relationships of five fish species collected from Ranganadi River (Brahmaputra River tributary) in Assam, India. G. Kaushik, M. K. Das, J. F. Hussain and

    S. Bordoloi

    Journal of Applied Ichthyology (Wiley).31(2), 433- 434.

    ISSN 0175- 8659

    66.

    2015

    Length-weight and length-length relationships of four   species of genus Pethia and genus Puntius from wetlands of Lakhimpur district, Assam, India. G. Kaushik and

    S. Bordoloi


     

    Journal of Applied Ichthyology (Wiley). 31(6) 1150-1152

    ISSN 0175- 8659


     

    65.

    2015

    Length-weight relationship and reproductive parameters of Botia dario (Hamilton, 1822) in Assam, India. M. K. Das and S. Bordoloi

     

    Journal of Applied Ichthyology (Wiley).31(3) 571-573

    ISSN 0175- 8659

    64.

    2014

    Length–weight relationship and condition factor of Lepidocephalichthys goalparensis Pillai and Yazdani, 1976 in Assam, India, M. K. Das and S. BordoloiJournal of Applied Ichthyology (Wiley).30,

    246-247


    ISSN 0175- 8659

    63.

    2014

    Three new species of oribatid mites of the genus Pergalumna (Acari: Oribatida: Galumnidae) from India, Sergey G. Ermilov, Tapas Chatterjee, Mrinal Kumar Das & Sabitry BordoloiBiologia (Springer),

    489—497.


    ISSN: 0006-3088

     

     


    62.


    2013

    Limnonectes (Taylorana) medogensis (FeI, Ye &Hua Ng, 1997) from Arunachal Pradesh (India), and on the identity of some diminutive ranoid frogs (Anura: dicroglossidae, occidozygidae), M.M. Borah, S. Bordoloi, J. Purkayastha, M. Das, A. Dubois & A. Ohler .

    Herpetozoa, 26 (1/2) 39-48


    ISSN 1013-4425

    61.

    2013


     

    A new species of water mites (Acari, Hydrachnidia) from Assam, India found in a gut of the fish Botia dario(Botiidae),Vladimir. Pešić, T. Chatterjee, M. K. Das & S. Bordoloi

     


     

    Zootaxa, 3746(3):

    454-462


    ISSN-1175-5326

     

     


    60.


    2013


     


     


     

     

     


    Field Note: Phytoremediation of Petroleum Sludge Contaminated Field Using Sedge Species, Cyperus rotundus (Linn.) and Cyperus brevifolius (Rottb.) Hassk.  Budhadev Basumatary, Rubul Saikia, Hamendra Chandra Das and Sabitry Bordoloi

     

     


    International Journal of Phytoremediation.


    Taylor & Francis


    15(9) 877-888.


    ISSN 1522-6514.

    59.

    2012

    Two rare water mite species (Acari, Hydrachnidia) from the streams of the Indian eastern Himalayan region. Vladimir Pešić, Tapas Chatterjee, Mrinal Kumar Das & Sabitry Bordoloi

     

    Systematic& Applied Acarology. 17(4)

    458-464


    ISSN 1362-1971

    58.

    2012.

    Assessment of potential plant species for phytoremediation of hydrocarbon-contaminated areas of upper Assam. Budhadev Basumatary, Rubul Saikia, Sabitry Bordoloi, H.C. Das and H.P.Sarma

     

    Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology 87. 1329-1334.Wiley

    ISSN1097-4660

     

    57.


    2012

    Axonopus compressus (Sw.) P. Beauv. A native grass species for phytoremediation of hydrocarbon-contaminated soils in Assam, India. Sabitry Bordoloi, Budhadev Basumatary, Rubul Saikia and Hamendra Chandra DasJournal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology, 87: 1335-1341. ISSN1097-4660
    56.

    2012

    Crude oil contaminated soil phytoremediation by using Cyperusbrevifolius (Rottb.) Hassk. Budhadev Basumatary, Sabitry Bordoloi and Hari Prasad Sarma

     

    Water Air and Soil Pollution. 223:  Springer3373–3383.

     

    55.

    2012

    Phytoremediation of crude oil contaminated soil using nut grass, Cyperus rotundus.  Budhadev Basumatary, Rubul Saikia and Sabitry BordoloiJournal of Environmental Biology, 33: 891-896

    ISSN 0254 8704


     

    54.

    2010


     


     

    A checklist of the water mites (Acari: Hydrachnidia) of India, with new records and description of one new species. Vladimir Pešić, Tapas Chatterjee & Sabitry BordoloiZootaxa, 2617:1-54.

    ISSN– 1175-5326


     


     


     

     

     


    53.


    2010


     

     

    External morphology, buccopharyngeal anatomy and development rate of the tadpoles of two Asian ranidae (amphibian: Anura), Hylarana humeralis (Boulenger, 1887) and Hylarana leptoglossa (Cope, 1868). Bortamuli, T., Bordoloi. S., Ohler, A. and Grosjean, S

     

    Journal of Natural History,  Taylor and Francis


    Vol.44. No. 7, 421-445


    ISSN 0022-2933

    52.

     


    2010

    Morphometry and length-weight relationship of Amblypharyngodon mola (Hamilton-Buchanan, 1822).

    Anjali Baishya, Aparna Dutta and Sabitry Bordoloi

    Indian J. Fisheries. 57(1):  87-91 ISSN: 0970-60141
     

    51.


    2008

    Rediscovery of a long known species, Ixalus lateralis, Anderson, 1871 L. Nzano Humtsoe, Sabitry Bordoloi, Annemarie Ohler and Alain Dubois.Zootaxa, 1921:24-34.   ISSN– 1175-5326
    50.

    2007

    Systematics of the genus Rhacophorus (Amphibia, Anura): Identity of the red web forms and description of a new species from Assam. Sabitry Bordoloi, Tutul Bortamuli and Annemarie OhlerZootaxa, 1653:1-20.

    ISSN– 1175-5326

    49.

    2001

    First record of the Ranid frog Paa annandalii(Boulenger 1920) from North Eastern region. (Arunachal Pradesh) of India with a note on larval stages. Sabitry Bordoloi, M.M. Borah,ParamitaChakravorty and B. SinhaISSN 0011-3891

    Current Science 80 (9), 1219-1022

    48.

    2000

    Annual breeding cycle and spawning behaviour of HylaannectansJerdon 1870 in Nagaland, India. Meren Ao& Sabitry BordoloiCurrentScience

    Vol.79(7): 943-45.ISSN 0011-3891

    47.

    1983

    Establishment of the neural differentiation pattern in the prospective prosencephalic ectoderm of the chick embryo (Gallus domesticus). M. K. Khare and Sabitry Choudhury.Develop. Growth and Differ, 27 (1) 83-93.

    ISSN– 1440-169X

    46.

    1981

    Appearance and localization of the eye potency field in the prospective prosencephalic area of the chick embryo. M.K. Khare & Sabitry Choudhury

     

    Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. India., 51(b), 11-15..ISSN : 0369-8211
    45.

    1978

    Differentiation tendencies in eye potency field in prospective procencephalic area in the Chick Embryo (Gallus domesticus). Sabitry Choudhury and M.K.Khare

     

    Indian Journal of Experimental Biology. Vol.16 (5): 555-557.

    ISSN0019-5189

  2. PEER REVIEWED INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

    Sl.N0Title of paper and year of publicationAuthors , Journal details and ISSN no.

     

    44.Biometric indices and size at first sexual maturity of

    eight alien fish species from Bangladesh


    2016

    Md. Yeamin Hossain , Md. Alomgir Hossen , Md. Mahmudul Islam ,Md. Nasir Uddin Pramanik , Fairuz Nawer , Alok Kumar Paul ,

    H.M. Adnan Hameed , Md. Mosaddequr Rahman , Gitartha Kaushik  and  Sabitry Bardoloi


    Egyptian Journalof Aquatic Research (2016), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ejar.2016.09.001


    ISSN: 1687-4285


                                                                      Elsevier

    43.Ichthyofaunal   diversity of Ranganadi River in Lakhimpur District, Assam, India.

    2016

    G. Kaushik and S. Bordoloi (2016)

    Checklist


    doi:   http://dx.doi.org/10.15560/12.0.0000


    ISSN:1809-127X


    Scopus

    42.Amphibian and ichthyofaunal diversity of 12 torrential streams of Wokha District, Nagaland.

    2014


     

    L. Nzano Humtsoe & Sabitry Bordoloi

    International Journal of Advanced


    Biological Research . 4(1): 13-18


    ISSN :2250-3579


     

    40.A study on surface water and ground water near a garbage disposal site in Guwahati, Assam, India.

    2013

    Sonali Borpatra Gohain and Sabitry Bordoloi (2013). International Journal of Advanced Biological Research . 3(2):212-216

    ISSN :2250-3579


     

    39.Report on amphibian fauna of Khonsa circle, Tirap district, Arunachal Pradesh, India.

    2013

    Chatoan Tesia & Sabitry Bordoloi (2013).

    Global Journal of Bio-Science and Biotechnology. 2 (4): 493-495


    ISSN, 2278-8891

    38.Ichthyofaunal Resources of Inland water bodies of the River Island Majuli, Assam.

    2012

    Mrinal Kumar Das & Sabitry Bordoloi (2012).

    Asian Journal of Experimental Biological Sciences, 3(1): 51 – 58


    ISSN:0975-5845

    37.Diversity of fish and insect fauna of Diyung thiep watershed, Arunachal Pradesh. 2012Mrinal Kumar Das & Sabitry Bordoloi (2012).

    International journal of Advanced Biological Research. 2(2) : 289-292


    ISSN   2250-3579


     

    36Diversity of Ornamental fishes in the river island Majuli, Assam

    2012

    Mrinal Kumar Das & Sabitry Bordoloi

    Global Journal of Bio-Science & Biotechnology


    ,1):  81-84. ISSN 2278-9103


     

    35Standard measurement and Sexual dimorphism of a Cobitid loach, Lepidocephalichthys goalparensis Pillai and Yazdani, 1976.     2012Mrinal Kumar Das, Anjali Baishya, Uttam Kumar Sarkar, W.S Lakra and Sabitry Bordoloi International Journal of Science and Nature,. 3(4) : 763-767

    ISSN   2278-8891

    34A study on certain common pond breeding anurans and their tadpoles in a pond of western Assam, India.

    2012

    Jwngma Narzary and Sabitry Bordoloi

    International journal of Advanced Biological Research. 2(2): 342-348


    ISSN   2250-3579


     

    33.A study on the physico-chemical properties and heavy metal content in crude oil contaminated soil of Duliajan, Assam, India.

    2012

    Budhadev Basumatary, Sabitry Bordoloi, Hari Prasad Sarma & Hamendra Chandra Das

    International journal of Advanced Biological Research Vol. 2(1):64-66.


    ISSN   2250-3579


     

    32.Tadpole morphology and table of developmental stages of Polypedates teraiensis (Dubois, 1987). 2011Paramita Chakravarty, Sabitry Bordoloi, Stéphane Grosjean, Annemarie Ohler & Aparajeeta Borkotoky (2011). Alytes,     (3): 85-115. ISSN0753-497327                  Scopus
    31.Ichthyofaunal diversity, Socio-economic status of fisher community, Gears used and techniques of fish catch in the beels of Hajo, Kamrup District, Assam.

    2009

    Anjali Baishya and Sabitry Bordoloi

    (2009) International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences. 35(1): 77-90


    ISSN: 0377-015X                       Scopus

    30.Ichthyofaunal diversity of two beels of Goalpara District, Assam, India.

    2009

    Susmita Saha and Sabitry Bordoloi

    (2009) Journal of Threatened Taxa. 1(4): 240-242.                         ISSN  0974-7893


                                                                     Scopus

    29.Study on the torrential catfish Amblyceps apangi Nath &Dey (Teleostei: Amblycipitidae) from Wokha district, Nagaland.

    2009

    L. Nzanao  Humtsoe and Sabitry Bordoloi

    (2009). Journal of Threatened Taxa. 1(2): 109-113.ISSN  0974-7893


                                                                 Scopus

    28.Record of Clupisoma montana (Hora) from Assam and Comparative study with related Species.

    2007

    Sabitry Bordoloi and Susmita Saha (2007)

    Journal of Inland Fisheries Society of India.


    39 (2): 23-31


    ISSN: 0379-3435


     

    27.Amphibian fauna of Loktak, Manipur, India with ten new records for the state.

    2007


     

    Banita Ningombam and Sabitry Bordoloi (2007).

    Zoos print Journal. 22(5): 2688-2690


    ISSN 0971-6378


    Scopus


     


     


    Scopus

    26.Rana khare (Kiyasetuo and Khare,1986) Present distribution, redescription of holotype and morphology of adults and tadpoles.

    2006.

    Ao Meren, Sabitry Bordoloi, Annmarie Ohler & Stephan Grosjean . Alytes. 24(1-4):22-39

    ISSN0753-4973


    (2006)                                                Scopus

    25.Puntius ornatus a new record for the Brahmaputra drainage.

    2006

    Sabitry Bordoloi and Anjali Baishya

    (Zoos’Print journal. 21(6):2292-2294


    ISSN0971-6378                              Scopus


     

    24.Nature’s freak. An albino Anabas testudineus.

    2006


     

    Anjali Baishya and Sabitry Bordoloi

    Zoos’Print journal. 21(7):2332-2333


    ISSN0971-6378                              Scopus


     

    23.Notes on a collection of snakes from Nagaland, NE India,with 21 new records for the state

    2004


     

    M. Ao, Patrick David, Sabitry Bordoloi and Annemarie Ohler(2004). Russian Journal of Herpetology 2: 155 –162

    ISSN1026-2296                                 Scopus


     

    22.Altitudinal distribution pattern of Ambhibian fauna of Arunachal Pradesh with special reference to Dehang Debang Biosphere Reserve, Arunachal Pradesh, India.

    2004

    M.M. Borah and Sabitry Bordoloi

    (2004). Himalayan Biosphere Reserve Bulletin


    Vol.5 (1&2

    21.A Comparative study of length weight relationship of Indian Minor Carp Labeo gonius (Hamilton Buchanan) at low and mid altitude region. 5(1).

    2004

    R.N. Bhuyan, Sabitry Bordoloi and Amalesh Dutta Aquacult

     


    ISSN 0972-2262


     

    20.Amphibian fauna of Nagaland, India. Species and habitat. 62

    2004

    M. Ao and Sabitry Bordoloi(2004).

    Froglog. (2): 273-276.


    ISSN  1026-0269

    19.Amphibian distribution with respect to water chemistry in the wetlands of Kohima district, Nagaland, India.

    2003

    Meren, Ao and Sabitry Bordoloi(2003).

    Aquacult


    ISSN 0972-2262


     

    18.Amphibian fauna of Nagaland with nineteen new records from the state including five new records for India. 18 (6): 1117-1125

     

    J.Meren Ao, Sabitry Bordoloi and Annemarie Ohler (2003). Zoos’Print Journal

    ISSN 0971-6378                           Scopus

    17.Scanning electron microscopic study of ovary, egg surface structure and hatching of Labeo gonius (Hamilton- Buchanan) at mid altitudinal area of Shillong, Meghalaya with reference to induced breeding.

    2003

    R.N. Bhuyan, S. Dey, Sabitry Bordoloi and A. Dutta (2003). Aquacult. 4(1): 93-103.

     


    ISSN 0972-2262

    16.Amphibian and Insect fauna Amphibian habitats of Dehang Debang Biosphere Reserve, Arunachal Pradesh Vol4, No.1&2

    2002

    Sabitry Bordoloi, M.M.Borah, P.K.Sarmah and J. Sarma (2002) Himalayan Biosphere Reserves (Biannual Bulletin)

     

    15.Induced breeding and larval rearing of Labeo gonius(Hamilton Buchanan)in the low temperature of the mid altitudinal region, Shillong, Meghalaya.

    2002.

    R.N. Bhuyan, D. Sharma and Sabitry Bordoloi J. Inland fisheries Society. India. 34(2):59-65

    ISSN: 0379-3435


     

    14Taxonomic variation in Schistura vinciguerrae (Hora, 1935) from the Basistha river, a new record from Assam, India.

     2001

    Bora, P.D., Sabitry Bordoloi and A. Dutta (2001)

    J. Bombay Natural History Society. 98 (3): 459-461   ISSN 98  0006-6982


     

    13.Qualitative analysis of food spectrum of five species of Anuran tadpoles from Arunachal Pradesh, India.16(6): 514 –515

    2001

    B. Shina, P. Chakravorty, M.M. Borah and Sabitry Bordoloi (2001). Zoos’ Print Journal,

    ISSN0971-6378                                  Scopus

    12.Food and feeding behaviour of Hyla annectans (Jerdon) in Nagaland, India. 16 (7), 535-536

    2001

    Meren Ao, Sabitry Bordoloi & Amalesh Dutta. Zoos’ Print Journal, ISSN 0971-6378

    Scopus


     


     


     

    11.Rediscovery of Bufomacrotis Boulenger (Amphibia: Anura) in Arunachal Pradesh India.

    16 (8): 574


    2001

    M.M. Borah and Sabitry Bordoloi (2001).

    Zoos’ Print Journal


    ISSN0971-6378                                  Scopus


     

     10.Development of Hyla annectans Jerdon 1870 in Nagaland, India. 98(2): 169-178.  2001Meren Ao & Sabitry Bordoloi (2001).

    J. Bombay Natural History Society


    ISSN   0006-6982

    9.Nine new records of Amphibia from Arunachal Pradesh. 98(1)

    2001


     

    M.M. Borah & Sabitry Bordoloi .

    J. Bombay Natural History Society


    ISSN   0006-6982


     

    8.An overview of Amphibian fauna of Arunachal Pradesh. 41 (4): 363-371.

    2000

    Sabitry Bordoloi, M.M. Borah, K.K.Sharma and S.N. Kalita Journal of Assam Science Society.

    ISSN 0587-1921

    7.First record of H. crassus (Jerdon, 1953) from North Eastern (Assam, Arunachal Pradesh) India.

    1998

    Sabitry Bordoloi & M. M. Borah (1998).

    Journal of Bombay Natural History Society, 96(1)


    ISSN   0006-6982


     

    6.Fish fauna of a torrential river (Basistha) in Kamrup district, Assam, India. 29 (1): 54-58.

    1997

    P. Das and Sabitry Bordoloi (1997).

    J. Inland Fish. Soc. India.


     


    ISSN: 0379-3435

  3. Publications in University Journals/Bulletin

    Sl.N0Title of the paperAuthors ,Journal details, ISSN No.

     

    5.Taxonomic description of six species of Anuran tadpoles from Brahmaputra valley, Assam, India

    2002.

    P.Chakravorty, M.M.Borah and Sabitry Bordoloi

    Bulletin of  Life Sciences, Vol: 10,pp . 47-54.


    Dibrugarh University


    ISSN 0971-5746


     

    4.A study on Amphibian fauna of Arunachal Pradesh, in Arunachal.

    2001

    Sabitry Bordoloi and M.M.Borah (2001) ARUNACHAL FOREST NEWS Vol.19. No.1&2.

    ISSN 0970-9487.

    3.New record of a Ranid tadpole from Mouling National Park, Arunachal Pradesh, India. Vol.6.

    2001

    P. Chakravorty, M.M. Borah and Sabitry Bordoloi (2001): Vidyasagar University Journal of Biological Sciences

    ISSN: 0972-8503 (Print

    2.Ethnozoological findings of Amphibian fauna of Arunachal Pradesh, India. Vol.5(1).

    2001

    M.M. Borah, Sabitry Bordoloi and Aparajeeta Borkotoky (2001). Frog leg

    ISSN: 2230  – 7060


     

    1.Differentiation pattern of pineal body of the chick embryo (Gallus domesticus) Vol.1 (1).1.46-53.

    2000

    Sabitry Bordoloi, Tropical Zoology. Journal of Gauhati University.

     

                                  BOOK CHAPTERS 
    15.

     

    BudhadevBasumatary and Sabitry Bordoloi

     


    2016

    Phytoremediation of Crude Oil Contaminated Soil using Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers). in Phytoremediation: Management of Environmental Contaminants Vol 4 (2016) pp 41-51.

    DOI     10.1007/978-3-319-41811-7_3

    Print ISBN

    978-3-319-41810-0


    Online ISBN


    978-3-319-41811-7


    Springer international publishing, Switzerland

    14.Sabitry Bordoloi and BudhadevBasumatary

     


    2016

    A Study on Degradation of Heavy Metals in Crude Oil Contaminated Soil using Cyperus rotundus   in

     Phytoremediation: Management of Environmental Contaminants Vol 4 (2016) pp 53-60.


    DOI    10.1007/978-3-319-41811-7_4

    Print ISBN

    978-3-319-41810-0


    Online ISBN


    978-3-319-41811-7


    Springer international publishing, Switzerland

    13.Sabitry Bordoloi and Budhadev Basumatary

    2015

      “Phytoremediation of Hydrocarbon Contaminated Soil Using Sedge Species” In  A. A. Ansari et al. (Eds.). Phytoremediation: Management of Environmental Contaminants, Volume 1,

     


     

    ISBN: 3319418106
    12.Mrinal Kumar Das and Sabitry Bordoloi

    2013

    “Ichthyofaunal diversity and Ecological status of selected beels of Majuli island, Assam”  In:  Kar, D & Barbhuiya, A.H (Eds) Frontiers of Wetland Fishers and Aquaculture Research,Manglam Publications

    (New Delhi )  2013


    ISBN  978-93-81142-99-8

    11.Sonali Borpatra Gohain and Sabitry Bordoloi

    2013

    “Effect of landfill leachate runoff on water quality and fish of Deepor beel”

    In  Sundaresan et al (Eds) Climate change and Himalayan Informatics

    Scientific Publishers, India

    2013


    ISBN  978-81-7233-846-6

    10.Jafrin Farha Hussain and Sabitry Bordoloi

    2015

    A Study on Arsenic concentration in soil of waste dumping sites in Titabar, Jorhat district, Assam, India”.

    In Proceedings of the UGC Sponsored National Seminar on “Bio prospecting of Gene pool: Trends and Prospects in North East India”

    978-81-922965-2-4
    9.Santana Baishya, Mrinal Kumar Das and Sabitry Bordoloi

    2015

    A Study on Physico-chemical analysis of water in lentic water bodies near Bongaigaon refinery in Assam, India.

    In Proceedings of the UGC Sponsored National Seminar on “Bio prospecting of Gene pool: Trends and Prospects in North East India

    978-81-922965-2-4
    8.Budhadev Basumatary, Rubul Saikia and Sabitry Bordoloi

    2012

    “Phytoremediation of petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soil using native plant species”, In Proceeding of the National Seminar on Plant Resource Management and Conservation Strategies in N.E. Region 2011Cotton College, Guwahati

    978-93-81139-47-9


    2012

    7.Sabitry Bordoloi, B. Basumatary and Rubul Saikia

    2011

    Axonopus compressus (Sw.) P. Beauv. A native grass species for phytoremediation of hydrocarbon. contaminated soil in Assam, India.In Proceedings of 5th European bioremediation Conference held at Chania, Crete, Greece

     

    ISBN : 92-894-6428-3
    6.Tutul Bortamuli and Sabitry Bordoloi

    2008

    Wetlands of Sivasagar District of Assam as Congenial Habitat for Amphibia. Proceedings of Taal2007: The 12th World Lake Conference: xiii – xxii. TAAL 2007: 12 th. WORLD LAKE CONFERENCE: Jaipur (India): 29 th. October-2.  Sengupta, M. and Dalwani, R. (Editors). 2008

     

     2008

    (ISBN 81-88342-56-4

    5.P.K.Sharma, M.M.Borah and Sabitry Bordoloi

    2001

    A preliminary report on Insect fauna of amphibian habitat of Arunachal Pradesh with special reference Dihang Debang Biosphere Reserve. Biodiversity Conservation and Management with Special Emphasis on Biosphere Reserves / … Biodiversity conservation in managed forests and protected areas / editors, P.C. Kotwal, Sujoy Banerjee. … ISBN: 8187167009.
    4.B. Sinha, M.M.Borah and Sabitry Bordoloi

    2001

    Planktonic biodiversity in Amphibian habitats of eight districts of Arunachal Pradesh, India. In Arvind Kumar

    “ Ecology & Ethology of Aquatic Biota”

    Daya Publishing House, New Delhi

    9788170352914


     

    3.Sabitry Bordoloi

    2000

    “Ichthyofauna and habitat degradation of the hill stream Basistha in Assam” In A.G. Ponniah and U.K. Sarkar (eds.) Fish biodiversity of north east India.. NBFGR.NATP Publ

    8190101412


     

    2.Sabitry Bordoloi & S.N. Kalita (1998).Food habits of five Salientian amphibians in Arunachal Pradesh

    No.11 pp. 134-138.


    Proceedings of the National Workshop on Perspectives for Planning and Development in North East India (Himavikas occasional publication)

     (9788121101769)

    ISBN-10: 81-211-0176-X / 812110176X ISBN-13: 978-81-211-0176-9 / 9788121101769

    1.Sabitry Bordoloi & M.M. Borah (1998)Amphibian fauna in Papumpare and West Kameng district of Arunachal Pradesh. No. 11: pp 99-100.

    Proceedings of the National Workshop on Perspectives for Planning and Development in North East India (Himavikas occasional publication)

    Same as above

Ongoing project :

A study on hydrocarbon Pollution in lentic ecosystems in and around oil field areas and effect of hydrocarbon Contamination on flora and fauna. Sponsored by NEC, Ministry of DONER, Govt.of India.

Projects completed as Principal investigator

    • Field application of Phyto and Bioremediation Technique for oil and oily sludge Contaminated soil developed by IASST, Guwahati” Sponsored by Oil India Limited, Duliajan, Assam. (2009-2011).

 

    • Study of Aquatic biodiversity in selected watersheds of Arunachal Pradesh, India Sponsored by Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India .(2009 -2012)

 

    • A study on Ichthyofaunal Diversity in five lotic ecosystems of Kamrup district, Assam And ecobiological study of two species of conservational importance.(2008-2009) Sponsored by National Bureau of fish genetic Resources Lucknow, U.P, India

 

    • Assessment of Biodiversity of beels of ASSAM under Assam Agricultural Competetive project.(AACP)2007.Sponsored by WORLD BANK through Directorate of Fisheries, Govt.Of Assam

 

    • Phytoremediation of oil and heavy metal in soil and water of Digboi oil field. Sponsored by Oil India Limited, Duliajan, Assam. (2002-2005)

 

    • Envis node on Environment and Tea Garden. Sponsored by Ministry of Environment & Forests, Govt. of India.(2002 – 2007)

 

    • Ichthyofaunal diversity and fishery potential in the wetlands of Hajo, Kamrup district, Assam and socio-economic status of fishermen community. Sponsored by G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and Development –

 

    • Exploration of Amphibian fauna and Insect fauna of DihangDebang Biosphere Reserve,Arunachal Pradesh with special reference to the habitat ecology of endangered species”.Sponsored by: Ministry of Environment and Forests ,Govt. of India. (2000-2003)

 

    • Monitoring water quality changes in Guwahati city and its neighbourhood effects on destruction of habitat of endangered fauna”Sponsored by WWF Washington DC,USA under Russel e Train education (1998-1999)Co-investigators ;Mrs.K. Saikia and M. Rashad Islam of Deptt of Zoology,Cotton College.

 

    • Exploration of Amphibian fauna of Arunachal Pradesh with emphasis on the conservation measures, reproductive behaviour and ethnozoological information” Sponsored by G.B.Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment and Development,Kosi- Katarmal ,Almora,U.P. (1997-2000)

PUBLICATIONS IN BOOK

Book chapters / Papers 7 (Seven)

    1. Sabitry Bordoloi and Budhadev Basumatary (2015) Phytoremediation of Hydrocarbon-Contaminated Soil Using Sedge Species.in the book Phytoremediation :Management of Environmental Contaminants, Volume 1.Ansari, A.A., Gill, S.S., Gill, R., Lanza, G.R., Newman, L. (Eds.)Springers publication ISBN 978-3-319-10394-5.
    2. Sonali Borpatra Gohain and Sabitry Bordoloi (2013). “Effect of landfill leachate runoff on water quality and fish of Deepor beel” has been published in the book entitled, “Climate change and Himalayan Informatics”, published by Scientific Publishers.
    3. Mrinal Kumar Das & Sabitry Bordoloi (2013): Ichthyofaunal Diversity and Ecological status of selected beels of Majuli island, Assam. In: Kar, D & Barbhuiya, A.H (Eds) Frontiers of Wetland Fishers and Aquaculture Research, Manglam Publications, New Delhi (ISBN No. 978-93-81142-99-8).
    4. Sabitry Bordoloi and Nzano Humtsoe (2011) Ecology and diversity of Fish and Amphibian fauna of Torrential streams of wokha district, Nagaland, India.in ‘Biodiversity , ecology and Conservation of Rivers and streams of north East India.” Ed. Laishram Kosygin
    5. One of the Contributing Authors in Threatened Amphibians of the world , Published by IUCN, (Switzerland)Conservation international(CI) and LYNX edicions,1st edition July,2008
    6. Sabitry Bordoloi and M.M.Borah (2009) Diversity and ecology of amphibian fauna in the wetlands of Arunachal Pradesh, India. In Wetlands of North India. Ecology, Aquatic Bioresources and Conservation. Akansha Publishing house. Ansari Road, DariyaGanj, New Delhi 110002. pp124-145.
    7. Ansari Road, DariyaGanj, New Delhi 110002. pp124-145.NagaTribe of wokha district, Nagaland related to Fish and Fisheries.in Fish and Fisheries in North east India : Recent advances and rebuilding Editors. R.N.Bhuyan,D.Ghosh and D.Sarma. Geophil Publishing House, Guwahati,
    8. Anjali Baishya and Sabitry Bordoloi (2009) A study on two indigenous techniques of trapping Fishes in the beels of Hajo, kamrup district, Assam. In Fish and Fisheries in North east India : Recent advances and rebuilding.(2009)
    9. Editors. R.N.Bhuyan,D.Ghosh and D.Sarma. Geophil Publishing House, Guwahati,Editors. R.N.Bhuyan,D.Ghosh and D.Sarma. Geophil Publishing House, Guwahati,

Group

  1. Dr.J.MerenAo
  2. Dr.Purnima Das Bora
  3. Dr.M.M.Borah
  4. Dr.R.N.Bhuyan
  5. Dr.B.B.Bhatt
  6. Dr.Paramita Chakravorty
  7. Dr.BanitaNingombam
  8. Dr.AnjaliBaishya
  9. Dr.TutulBortamuli
  10. Dr. SusmitaSaha
  11. Dr. NzanoHumtsoe
  12. Dr.JwngmaNarzary
  13. Dr.Budhadev Basumatary
  14. Dr.U.Das
  15. Sri Mrinal Kumar Das
  16. Ms.SonaliB.Gohain
  17. Ms.ChatoanTesis
  18. Sri Gitarthakaushik
  19. Ms.JafrinFarhaHussain
  20. Ms.SantanaBaishya