Lahore—Director General Fisheries Punjab Dr. Muhammad Ayub has said that due to increasing earth temperature affects on changing climates in future is a major issue of today. He said that it has not only affected all living things, its negative affect have also been seen on the breeding of aquaculture.
He stressed the need that experts, of fisheries and teachers of universities all over the country should formulate collectively practicable suggestions to overcome this issue and the seminar of today will prove to be a milestone to tackle this problem.
He said this while addressing a seminar organized on the topic “Affects of Climate Changes on Fish Biodiversity” at Fisheries Biodiversity Hatchery Chashma Barage, today.
Dean Wildlife & Fisheries, University of Veterinary & Animal Sciences Lahore Dr. Muhammad Ashraf, former Director Institute of Biology Bahaudin Zikriya University Multan Dr. Abdul Salam, Dr. Nuzhat Shafi and Javed Ayub from Azad Jamu Kashmir, Assistant Prof. Zoology Peshawar University Zaigham Hassan and Assistant Professor Zoology Govt. College University Lahore Dr. Atif Yaqoob besides experts of fisheries from all over the country, university scholars and a large number of people attended the seminar.
Dr. Muhammad Ayub said that increasing of climate temperature of earth is not only creating problem for human life but the future of other livings is also issue of today and officers of Department deserve appreciation on holding of this seminar.