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Singh, H.B.

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H B Singh

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Item Description: Shree, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Ecology definition and meaning. 2. Scope of ecology and its roles. 3. Landscape ecology. 4. Ecosystem ecology. 5. Population ecology. 6. Generic ecosystem. 7. Global ecosystems. 8. Biogeochemical cycles. 9. Ecology adaptation and evolution. 10. Ecology of aggregations. 11. Implications for experimental and natural coastal ecosystem. 12. Ecology and the politicolegal system. 13. Scaling issues in experimental ecology freshwater ecosystems. 14. Problem of scale in experimental ecology. Bibliography. Index. The introductory general ecology and environment text features a strong emphasis or helping students grasp the main concepts of ecology while keeping the presentation more applied than theoretical. An evolutionary perspective forms the foundation of the entire discussion. Evolution is brought to center stage throughout the book as it is needed to support understanding of major concepts. The discussion being with a brief introduction to the nature and history of the discipline of ecology. This book is for the principles of ecology especially community and population ecology. Provides an introduction to all the basic concepts in ecology and environment and reviews all the milestone studies in the field. Further it indicates recent trends in research in the field. The language has been kept simple and equations listed are explained very well. Graphs pictures and diagrams support the text and useful in enlightening the reader on key concepts. 369 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 59259

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Edited by H.R. Singh and P. Nautiyal

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Item Description: Narendra Pub, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. List of contributors. 1. Biodiversity of some aquatic environments in Central India/S.K. Kulshrestha. 2. Diversity and densities of Benthic Macroinvertebrates as biotic indicators of eutrophication/M.V. Reddy. 3. Phytoplankton dynamics in a shallow, eutrophic man-made lake in Delhi: Relationships between species composition and environmental factors/J. Arora and N.K. Mehra. 4. Macrophytic association of epiphytic microflora and fauna of some Beels of Eastern U.P/S. Prakash and K. Srivastava. 5. Time scale evaluation and use of traditional practices to reclaim and enhance biodiversity/S.K. Ghosh. 6. Fish diversity in the oriental highlands of the Indian subcontinent/P. Nautiyal and H.R. Singh. 7. Conservation and development of Mahseer Fishery in Shyamlatal Lake/C.B. Joshi, Shyam Sunder, P. Sanga and A.U. Khan. 8. Ichthyofaunal diversity of Assam: resource development/S.P. Biswas, M. Choudhury and S. Boruah. 9. Ecological assessment of a national lake Rabindra Sarover, Kolkata/A. Roy, T. Saha, S.S. Majumdar, M. Mukherjee and P.B. Ghosh. 10. Comparative account of Plankton ecology of Perennial and seasonal reservoir/A.K. Laal, K. Srnastava and R.S. Panwar. 11. Estuarine biodiversity: facts and a few thoughts/M.N. Madhyastha, P.D. Rekha and S. Hande. 12. Marine biodiversity of the Indian seas and its sustainable management/Z.A. Ansari. 13. Brachyuran diversity in coastal ecosystems of Tamil Nadu/M.K. Dev Roy, S. Bhadra and N.C. Nandi. 14. Temporal variations in the Ichthyo-Faunal diversity off Goa's coast/M.R. Borkar and N. Komarpant. 15. Biodiversity of air-breathing fishes and structural evolution of their accessory respiratory organs/J.S. Datta Munshi. 16. Steroid sulphate fraction of Preovulatory ovarian extract functions as releasing pheromone in male Barilius Bendelisis (Ham.)/M.S. Sajwan, J.P. Bhatt and R. Nautiyal. 17. Breeding history of a hillstream carp Barilius Barna (Ham.) from Garhwal Himalaya India/A.K. Dobriyal, A.K. Bahuguna, N. Kumar, M.S. Bisht, C.B. Kotnala, K.L. Bisht and H.R. Singh. 18. A study on the fecundity of Notopterous Notopterous (Pallas)/M.A. Khan. 19. Morpho-embryonic development in artificially fertilized zygote of Snowtrout Schizothorax richardsonii (Gray)/S.N. Bahuguna, M.N. Thapliyal and S. Misra. 20. Spawing and Larval rearing technique for tropical clownfish Amphiprion sebae under captive conditions/M. Sakthivel and G. Ramathilagam. 21. Studies on the treatments of industrial effluents by biologically modified bioadsorbent - a novel method/M. Singanan. 22. Effect of biophysico-chemical factors on Iosequestering of Microcystin (MC) from the fresh water pond by photosynthetic bacteria/B.K. Dwivedi, G.C. Pandey and S. Neraliya. 23. Individual and combined effect of metals on Phosphatases system and protein content of a marine edible crab Scylla Serrata/K. Vijayavel, R.D. Gomathi, S. Ezhilarasi Balasubramanian and M.P. Balasubramanian. 24. Hydrobiology of thermal springs/J.S. Datta Munshi and J.D. Munshi. 25. Suitability of methods for determining growth parameters/A.F. Rizvi and V.D. Deshmukh. 26. Characterization of structural diversity through population genetics/M.R. Menezes. Appendixes. Bookseller Inventory # 73953

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B. P. Singh & H.N. Verma & K. M. Srivastava

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H.R. Singh,P. Nautiyal

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Item Description: Narendra Publishing House, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Research and Development the needs of students, teachers, scientists, administrators and policy makers interested in teaching, Research and development in aquatic Ecology and Environmental sciences. The theme articles in this Book have been written by Expert authors. The book deals with Biodiversity in the widest sense, ranging from the Holistic accounts of diversity in lake and River Environments in Central India, time Scale changes in wetlands at, of Kolkata, Fish diversity in Indian highlands, Assam, in particular icthyo-faunal diversity off at Goa_\?s Coast, Brachyuran diversity in coastal ecosystems to characterization of Structural diversity and diversity of air-breathing Fishes with respect to accessory respiratory organs. The ecological aspects include the use of plankton and benthic macro Invertebrates as indicators of eutrophication, ecology of the Ox-Bow Lakes, reservoir, Thermal springs, ecological assessment of Rabindra Sarover and environmental biotechnology. Some interesting Topics such as role of pheromones in the reproductive behaviour in fish, conservation and development of mahseer fishery, larval rearing of Tropical clownfish, methods to assess fish Population dynamics and effect of Metals on phosphatases system and protein content of a Marine edible crab. Table of Contents Preface List of Contributors 1. Biodiversity of some Aquatic Environments in Central India/S.K. Kulshrestha 2. Diversity and Densities of Benthic Macroinvertebrates as Biotic Indicators of Eutrophication/M.V. Reddy 3. Phytoplankton Dynamics in a Shallow, Eutrophic Man-Made Lake in Delhi : Relationships Between Species Composition and Environmental Factors/J. Arora and N.K. Mehra 4. Macrophytic Association of Epiphytic Microflora and Fauna of some Beels of Eastern U.P/S. Prakash and K. Srivastava 5. Time Scale Evaluation and use of Traditional Practices to Reclaim and Enhance Biodiversity/S.K. Ghosh 6. Fish Diversity in the Oriental Highlands of the Indian Subcontinent/P. Nautiyal and H.R. Singh 7. Conservation and Development of Mahseer Fishery in Shyamlatal Lake/C.B. Joshi, Shyam Sunder, P. Sanga and A.U. Khan 8. Ichthyofaunal Diversity of Assam : Resource Development/S.P. Biswas, M. Choudhury and S. Boruah 9. Ecological Assessment of a National Lake Rabindra Sarover, Kolkata/A. Roy, T. Saha, S.S. Majumdar, M. Mukherjee and P.B. Ghosh 10. Comparative Account of Plankton Ecology of Perennial and Seasonal Reservoir/A.K. Laal, K. Srnastava and R.S. Panwar 11. Estuarine Biodiversity : Facts and a Few thoughts/M.N. Madhyastha, P.D. Rekha and S. Hande 12. Marine Biodiversity of the Indian Seas and its Sustainable Management/Z.A. Ansari 13. Brachyuran Diversity in Coastal Ecosystems of Tamil Nadu/M.K. Dev Roy, S. Bhadra and N.C. Nandi 14. Temporal Variations in the Ichthyo-Faunal Diversity off Goa`s Coast/M.R. Borkar and N. Komarpant 15. Biodiversity of Air-Breathing Fishes and Structural Evolution of their Accessory Respiratory Organs/J.S. Datta Munshi 16. Steroid Sulphate Fraction of Preovulatory Ovarian Extract Functions as Releasing Pheromone in Male Barilius Bendelisis (Ham.)/M.S. Sajwan, J.P. Bhatt and R. Nautiyal 17. Breeding History of a Hillstream Carp Barilius Barna (Ham.) from Garhwal Himalaya India/A.K. Dobriyal, A.K. Bahuguna, N. Kumar, M.S. Bisht, C.B. Kotnala, K.L. Bisht and H.R. Singh 18. A Study on the Fecundity of Notopterous Notopterous (Pallas)/M.A. Khan 19. Morpho-Embryonic Development in Artificially Fertilized Zygote of Snowtrout Schizothorax Richardsonii (Gray)/S.N. Bahuguna, M.N. Thapliyal and S. Misra 20. Spawing and Larval Rearing Technique for Tropical Clownfish Amphiprion Sebae Under Captive Conditions/M. Sakthivel and G. Ramathilagam 21. Studies on the Treatments of Industrial Effluents by Biologically Modified Bioadsorbent - A Novel Method/M. Singanan 22. Effect of Biophysico-Chemical Fa Printed Pages: 0. Bookseller Inventory # 63922

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H.R. Singh,P. Nautiyal

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Item Description: Narendra Publishing House, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Research and Development the needs of students, teachers, scientists, administrators and policy makers interested in teaching, Research and development in aquatic Ecology and Environmental sciences. The theme articles in this Book have been written by Expert authors. The book deals with Biodiversity in the widest sense, ranging from the Holistic accounts of diversity in lake and River Environments in Central India, time Scale changes in wetlands at, of Kolkata, Fish diversity in Indian highlands, Assam, in particular icthyo-faunal diversity off at Goa_\ôs Coast, Brachyuran diversity in coastal ecosystems to characterization of Structural diversity and diversity of air-breathing Fishes with respect to accessory respiratory organs. The ecological aspects include the use of plankton and benthic macro Invertebrates as indicators of eutrophication, ecology of the Ox-Bow Lakes, reservoir, Thermal springs, ecological assessment of Rabindra Sarover and environmental biotechnology. Some interesting Topics such as role of pheromones in the reproductive behaviour in fish, conservation and development of mahseer fishery, larval rearing of Tropical clownfish, methods to assess fish Population dynamics and effect of Metals on phosphatases system and protein content of a Marine edible crab. Table of Contents Preface List of Contributors 1. Biodiversity of some Aquatic Environments in Central India/S.K. Kulshrestha 2. Diversity and Densities of Benthic Macroinvertebrates as Biotic Indicators of Eutrophication/M.V. Reddy 3. Phytoplankton Dynamics in a Shallow, Eutrophic Man-Made Lake in Delhi : Relationships Between Species Composition and Environmental Factors/J. Arora and N.K. Mehra 4. Macrophytic Association of Epiphytic Microflora and Fauna of some Beels of Eastern U.P/S. Prakash and K. Srivastava 5. Time Scale Evaluation and use of Traditional Practices to Reclaim and Enhance Biodiversity/S.K. Ghosh 6. Fish Diversity in the Oriental Highlands of the Indian Subcontinent/P. Nautiyal and H.R. Singh 7. Conservation and Development of Mahseer Fishery in Shyamlatal Lake/C.B. Joshi, Shyam Sunder, P. Sanga and A.U. Khan 8. Ichthyofaunal Diversity of Assam : Resource Development/S.P. Biswas, M. Choudhury and S. Boruah 9. Ecological Assessment of a National Lake Rabindra Sarover, Kolkata/A. Roy, T. Saha, S.S. Majumdar, M. Mukherjee and P.B. Ghosh 10. Comparative Account of Plankton Ecology of Perennial and Seasonal Reservoir/A.K. Laal, K. Srnastava and R.S. Panwar 11. Estuarine Biodiversity : Facts and a Few thoughts/M.N. Madhyastha, P.D. Rekha and S. Hande 12. Marine Biodiversity of the Indian Seas and its Sustainable Management/Z.A. Ansari 13. Brachyuran Diversity in Coastal Ecosystems of Tamil Nadu/M.K. Dev Roy, S. Bhadra and N.C. Nandi 14. Temporal Variations in the Ichthyo-Faunal Diversity off Goa`s Coast/M.R. Borkar and N. Komarpant 15. Biodiversity of Air-Breathing Fishes and Structural Evolution of their Accessory Respiratory Organs/J.S. Datta Munshi 16. Steroid Sulphate Fraction of Preovulatory Ovarian Extract Functions as Releasing Pheromone in Male Barilius Bendelisis (Ham.)/M.S. Sajwan, J.P. Bhatt and R. Nautiyal 17. Breeding History of a Hillstream Carp Barilius Barna (Ham.) from Garhwal Himalaya India/A.K. Dobriyal, A.K. Bahuguna, N. Kumar, M.S. Bisht, C.B. Kotnala, K.L. Bisht and H.R. Singh 18. A Study on the Fecundity of Notopterous Notopterous (Pallas)/M.A. Khan 19. Morpho-Embryonic Development in Artificially Fertilized Zygote of Snowtrout Schizothorax Richardsonii (Gray)/S.N. Bahuguna, M.N. Thapliyal and S. Misra 20. Spawing and Larval Rearing Technique for Tropical Clownfish Amphiprion Sebae Under Captive Conditions/M. Sakthivel and G. Ramathilagam 21. Studies on the Treatments of Industrial Effluents by Biologically Modified Bioadsorbent - A Novel Method/M. Singanan 22. Effect of Biophysico-Chemical Fa Printed Pages: 0. Bookseller Inventory # A-Z 63922

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Prithipal Singh

Published by Scientific, Jodhpur (2006)

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Item Description: Scientific, Jodhpur, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Forward. Preface. 1. Introduction/Prithipalsingh. 2. Climate change a global environmental challenge/Subodh Sharma Amit Garg and Sumana Bhattacharya. 3. Climate change and its impacts on tropical forest ecosystem/P. Shajeesh Jan and Jose Kallarackal. 4. Status impacts and measures to combat desertification Indian scenario/R.C. Pal V. Jeeva Sudhir Kumar and A.S. Raturi. 5. Environmental laws in India an appraisal/Piyush Kumar Sharma. 6. The biodiversity act of India an appraisal/Pratibha Brahmi and Anuradha Aggarwal. 7. Biodiversity and intellectual property rights/Payal Mago. 8. Mineral industry environment and development/G.S. Roonwal. 9. Environmental applications of remote sensing and GIS/Chetna Anand. 10. Characterization of forest resource units of the Bhagirathi river basin in Garhwal Himalaya using remote sensing and GIS/Seema M. Parihar and P.K. Parihar. 11. Analysis of vegetation pattern and influences of some abiotic factors using remote sensing and GIS/S. John Britto B. Balaguru N. Nagamurgan S. Soosairaj and D. Natarajan. 12. The changing face of Delhi/Neelam Malkani. 13. Impacts of converting tropical forests into plantations/Deepak Jolly George and Jose Kallarackal. 14. Allelopathy and its role in sustainable agriculture/D.R. Batish H.P. Singh and R.K. Kohli. 15. Wild relatives of crop plants in the Indian region diversity distribution and phytogeography/E. Roshini Nayar. 16. Management of Muli bamboo (Melocanna baccifera) flowering in Tripura/Khushwant Singh. 17. Managing protected areas towards sustainability/P.S. Ramakrishnan. 18. An overview of wetland ecosystems in India with special emphasis on conservation and management of wetlands of gangetic plains of U.P./M.K. Khalid and K.K. Mohapatra. 19. Coastal erosion/V.M. Meher Homji. 20. Biomass stocks and productivity potential in the disturbed open canopy forests of Satpura Plateau/P.K. Pande. This volume commemorates the Golden Jubilee Year of the establishment of Kirorimal College (a constituent college of the University of Delhi). This prestigious institution was honoured by the gracious presence of the first President of India Dr. Rajindra Prasad who laid the foundation of the college building. This commemorative volume focuses attention on the growing awareness about plant ecology and environment biology. The different contributions present an up to date detailed and balanced overview of the current knowledge within specific topics. Man has interacted with nature in various ways since the dawn of civilization. Primitive societies ensured that a proper balance was maintained. The situation has changed by the various developmental activities of man. We are losing our natural resources biodiversity genetic diversity and are unable to manage nature. The consequences are becoming apparent in the form of drought floods depletion of the ozone layer global warming climate change melting of snow rising of water levels in coastal areas desertification etc. These concern ecologists/environmentalists and should receive adequate attention by students who study ecology. In this volume emphasis has been laid on areas such as climate change environmental laws biodiversity act intellectual property rights mineral industry and environment remote sensing GIS and the environment diversity and distribution of wild relatives of crop plants sustainable agriculture management of protected areas wetland ecosystems and coastal erosion. The volume is meant to serve as useful reference book for graduate and post graduate students. 376 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 59089

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H.B. Singh,M.P. Singh,S.B. Chaudhary

Published by Daya Publishing House (2005)

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. The abilities to think critically and communicate effectively are the most important skills that a student can develop during his or her formal education. Consequently, the book has been written in such a way to develop those skills as they learn about plants, what plants are, how they function, how they interact with each other and the environment, where they came from, and how we use them. As is the nature of all textbooks, it contains an abundance of interesting facts but the real emphasis of this practical book is how we know. The book emphasized on the details of practical knowledge and reduced the overwhelming number of new terms that usually appear in the text. In place of that, authors substituted more of the process of science.;The book emphasis on scientific process involves explaining botany as botany is done. Specifically, author describe the competing hypotheses that botanists have devised to answer questions about botanical phenomena, the experiments done by botanists to test these hypotheses, interpretations of data, and the many unanswered questions and unresolved conflicts that remain. This approach differs significantly from that of merely presenting definitions and the conclusions of experiments.;;Volume 1;Chapter 1: Cryptogam and Phanerogams; Chapter 2: Fungi; Chapter 3: Lichens; Chapter 4: Microbiology; Chapter 5: Plant Pathology; Chapter 6: Bryophyta Plant; Chapter 7: Pteridophyta Plant; Chapter 8: Gymnosperms Plant; Chapter 9: Palaeobotany; Chapter 10: Plants of Economic Value; Chapter 11: Viva-voce; Chapter 12: Methods, Materials and Techniques;;Volume 2;Chapter 1: Morphology; Chapter 2: Plant Taxonomy (Systematic Botany); Chapter 3: Plant Physiology; Chapter 4: Plant Anatomy; Chapter 5: Plant Ecology; Chapter 6: Cytology; Chapter 7: Embryology; Chapter 8: Viva-voce. Printed Pages: 1036. Bookseller Inventory # 58004

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, 2005. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. The abilities to think critically and communicate effectively are the most important skills that a student can develop during his or her formal education. Consequently, the book has been written in such a way to develop those skills as they learn about plants, what plants are, how they function, how they interact with each other and the environment, where they came from, and how we use them. As is the nature of all textbooks, it contains an abundance of interesting facts but the real emphasis of this practical book is how we know. The book emphasized on the details of practical knowledge and reduced the overwhelming number of new terms that usually appear in the text. In place of that, authors substituted more of the process of science.;The book emphasis on scientific process involves explaining botany as botany is done. Specifically, author describe the competing hypotheses that botanists have devised to answer questions about botanical phenomena, the experiments done by botanists to test these hypotheses, interpretations of data, and the many unanswered questions and unresolved conflicts that remain. This approach differs significantly from that of merely presenting definitions and the conclusions of experiments.;;Volume 1;Chapter 1: Cryptogam and Phanerogams; Chapter 2: Fungi; Chapter 3: Lichens; Chapter 4: Microbiology; Chapter 5: Plant Pathology; Chapter 6: Bryophyta Plant; Chapter 7: Pteridophyta Plant; Chapter 8: Gymnosperms Plant; Chapter 9: Palaeobotany; Chapter 10: Plants of Economic Value; Chapter 11: Viva-voce; Chapter 12: Methods, Materials and Techniques;;Volume 2;Chapter 1: Morphology; Chapter 2: Plant Taxonomy (Systematic Botany); Chapter 3: Plant Physiology; Chapter 4: Plant Anatomy; Chapter 5: Plant Ecology; Chapter 6: Cytology; Chapter 7: Embryology; Chapter 8: Viva-voce. Printed Pages: 1036. Bookseller Inventory # A-Z 58004

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M P Singh; S B Chaudhary and H B Sahu

Published by Daya, Delhi (2005)

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Item Description: Daya, Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I Foreword. Preface. 1. Cryptogams and phanerogams. 2. Fungi. 3. Lichens. 4. Microbiology. 5. Plant pathology. 6. Bryophyta plant. 7. Pteridophyta plant. 8. Gymnosperms plant. 9. Palaeobotany. 10. Plants of economic value. 11. Viva voce. 12. Methods materials and techniques. Subject index. Vol. II Foreword. Preface. 1. Morphology. 2. Plant taxonomy (systematic botany). 3. Plant physiology. 4. Plant anatomy. 5. Plant ecology. 6. Cytology. 7. Embryology. 8. Viva voce. Subject Index. The abilities to think critically and communicate effectively are the most important skills that a student can develop during his or her formal education. Consequently the book has been written in such a way to develop those skills as they learn about plants what plants are how they function how they interact with each other and the environment where they came from and how we use them. As is the nature of all textbooks it contains an abundance of interesting facts but the real emphasis of this practical book is how we know. The book emphasized on the details of practical knowledge and reduced the overwhelming number of new terms that usually appear in the text. In place of that authors substituted more of the process of science. The book emphasis on scientific process involves explaining botany as botany is done. Specifically author describe the competing hypotheses that botanists have devised to answer questions about botanical phenomena the experiments done by botanists to test these hypotheses interpretations of data and the many unanswered questions and unresolved conflicts that remain. This approach differs significantly from that of merely presenting definitions and the conclusions of experiments. 1018 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 56977

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Item Description: Narendra Pub, Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. 1. A preliminary observation on the changing fish diversity of Lake Veli A bar built estuary in South India in the context of increasing density of Oreochromis mossambicus/G. Prasad and Jyothi Tilak. 2. Biodiversity of mudflat environment with reference to the mudskipper Boleophthalmus boddarti (Pallas) from Mudasalodai and Pichavaram mangroves Southeast Coast of India/V. Ravi and S. Rajagopal. 3. Species richness and distribution of freshwater fishes in river Chalakudy part of Western Ghats Kerala India/R. Raghavan G. Prasad P.H. Anvar Ali and B. Pereira. 4. Impact of periodical fluctuation of physico chemical factors on community structure of cyanophyceae in Papnash Pond Bidar Karnataka/N. Shiddamallayya and M. Pratima. 5. Plankton diversity in the arid zone mangrove creek waters of Gulf of Kachchh Gujarat West Coast of India/A. Saravanakumar M. Rajkumar J. Sesh Serebiah and G.A. Thivakaran. 6. Species composition and diversity of zooplankton in the Pichavaram mangroves S.E. Coast of India/M. Rajkumar P. Perumal S. Ganesan and M. Shanmuga Sundaram. 7. Species composition and diversity of Zooplankton in the inshore waters of Parangipettai S.E. Coast of India/Biji K. Thomas M. Rajkumar and P. Perumal. 8. Role of aquatic macrophytes in the remediation of metal pollutants/D.S. Malik Rashmi Yadav and P.K. Bharti. 9. Biological index and pollution in ponds and lakes of Mysore District Karnataka/T.B. Mruthunjaya S.P. Hosmani and B.M. Sudeep. 10. Reproductive biology of Salmostoma untrahi (Day) from Bhadra Reservoir Karnataka/B.R. Kiran and E.T. Puttaiah. 11. Behavioural responses of cyprinid fish Cyp rinus carpio to iron and steel effluent/B.R. Kiran Pancheshwara and E.T. Puttaiah. 12. Biotechnology and aquaculture some modern advances/Indranil Ghosh. 13. Immunostimulants in aquaculture/M.K. Sahu K. Sivakumar T. Thangaradjou and L. Kannan. 14. Nutritional requirements of fishes/P.K. Singh S.R. Gaur and M.S. Chari. 15. Parental investment and parental care in ornamental fish kingdom a comparative approach/Indranil Ghosh. 16. Inland capture fisheries of India resources and utilization/Indranil Ghosh and P.K. Pandit. Index. From the Preface The book Aquatic Ecology is a unique compilation of 16 research papers which discusses exhaustive studies on planktonology physicochemical environment fisheries toxicology etc. With its application oriented and interdisciplinary approach the book would be immensely useful to students teachers researchers scientists policy makers environmental lawyers and others interested in aquatic ecology. The chapters in the book have been contributed by eminent scientists/academicians active in the areas of aquatic ecology. 252 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 73324

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Item Description: Narendra Publishing House, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Summary : Aquatic Ecology and Others t Book is compendium of recent Original Research in the field of aquatic ecology. It is an assemblage of up-to-date information of rapid advances and developments taking place in the field of aquatic ecology. The book is a unique compilation of 16 chapters which discusses exhaustive studies on planktonology, physico-chemical environment, fisheries, Toxicology etc. With its application oriented and interdisciplinary approach, the book would be immensely useful to students, teachers, researchers, scientists, policy makers, Environmental Lawyers and Others interested in aquatic ecology. The chapters in the book have been contributed by eminent scientists/academicians active in the areas of aquatic ecology. Table of Contents Preface List of Contributors 1. A Preliminary Observation on the Changing Fish Diversity of Lake Veli-A Bar Built Estuary in South India, in the Context of Increasing Density of Oreochromis Mossambicus/G. Prasad and Jyothi Tilak 2. Biodiversity of Mudflat Environment with Reference to the Mudskipper, Boleophthalmus Boddarti (Pallas) from Mudasalodai and Pichavaram Mangroves, Southeast Coast of India/V. Ravi and S. Rajagopal 3. Species Richness and Distribution of Freshwater Fishes in River Chalakudy Part of Western Ghats, Kerala, India/R. Raghavan, G. Prasad, P.H. Anvar - Ali and B. Pereira 4. Impact of Periodical Fluctuation of Physico-Chemical Factors on Community Structure of Cyanophyceae in Papnash Pond, Bidar, Karnataka/N. Shiddamallayya and M. Pratima 5. Plankton Diversity in the Arid Zone Mangrove Creek Waters of Gulf of Kachchh-Gujarat, West Coast of India/A. Saravanakumar, M. Rajkumar, J. Sesh Serebiah and G.A. Thivakaran 6. Species Composition and Diversity of Zooplankton in the Pichavaram Mangroves, S.E. Coast of India/M. Rajkumar, P. Perumal, S. Ganesan and M. Shanmuga Sundaram 7. Species Composition and Diversity of Zooplankton in the Inshore Waters of Parangipettai, S.E. Coast of India/Biji K. Thomas, M. Rajkumar and P. Perumal 8. Role of Aquatic Macrophytes in the Remediation of Metal Pollutants/D.S. Malik, Rashmi Yadav and P.K. Bharti 9. Biological Index and Pollution in Ponds and Lakes of Mysore District, Karnataka/T.B. Mruthunjaya, S.P. Hosmani and B.M. Sudeep 10. Reproductive Biology of Salmostoma Untrahi (Day) from Bhadra Reservoir, Karnataka/B.R. Kiran and E.T. Puttaiah 11. Behavioural Responses of Cyprinid Fish Cyp Rinus Carpio to Iron and Steel Effluent/B.R. Kiran, Pancheshwara and E.T. Puttaiah 12. Biotechnology and Aquaculture-some Modern Advances/Indranil Ghosh 13. Immunostimulants in Aquaculture/M.K. Sahu, K. Sivakumar, T. Thangaradjou and L. Kannan 14. Nutritional Requirements of Fishes/P.K. Singh, S.R. Gaur and M.S. Chari 15. Parental Investment and Parental Care in Ornamental Fish Kingdom - A Comparative Approach/Indranil Ghosh 16. Inland Capture Fisheries of India-Resources and Utilization/Indranil Ghosh and P.K. Pandit Printed Pages: 0. Bookseller Inventory # 63897

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Item Description: Mittal, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. 1. Mawphlang sacred grove a case study of in Situ conservation of biodiversity/B. Myrboh H. Kayang D. Syiem and B. Kharbuli. 2. Conservation of floristic diversity of North Eastern Himalayan region a discussion/D.P. Dam and N. Dam. 3. Biodiversity and natural resources of Santhal Parganas forest need for its conservation/Manoj Kumar Sinha and Jayashree Datta Munshi. 4. Phytodiversity of medicinal flora of Santhal Pargana vis a vis human interference/R.K. Sinha and Rajesh Ranjan. 5. Shifting cultivation a major threat of environmental degradation in North East India/Kuntala N. Barua A. Baruah J. Singh and I.P. Bora. 6. Impact of shifting cultivation on environment in the North East India and its sustainability/Niranjan Roy and P. C. Dutta. 7. A survey of earthworms in Lusai Hills Mizoram/S.N. Ramanujam and B. Roy. 8. Potential of organic pesticides in the management of insect pests in the tea agro ecosystem/B.K. Dutta Parthankar Choudhury and P.C. Bhattacharjee. 9. Study of some basidimycetous mycoflora of Karimgajn/Sakhi Dutta and P.K. Nath. 10. Study of fungi present in the rice cakes used for indigenous fermentation of ethyl alcohol in North East India/P.K. Nath Sakhi Dutta and Soneswar Sarma. 11. Allelopathic effect of dryopteris filix mas (L) Schott on the germination and growth of vegetable crops/Minakshi Sengupta and S.K. Sarma. 12. Sequential sampling technique for ecologically sustainable management of Late Blight of potato/G.K.N. Chettry. 13. Exploitation of Alkaloid and Saponin from plant resources of Santhal Parganas Bihar/Manoj Kumar Sinha J. Datta Munshi and J.S. Datta Munshi. 14. Effect of solid waste disposal of Cachar paper mill on the soil microbes and colonization of higher plants/M. Sinha G.D. Sharma and KSH L.B. Singha. 15. Developmental behaviour of different economically important tree species in the degraded soil of Jalukbari Hill slopes of Assam/T. Dutta and S.K. Sarma. 16. Impact of paper mill waste on Channa Punctatus/B. Roy and S. Gupta. 17. Effects of pollution on the microbial community in air and water and their association with human diseases/S. Bhattacharjee and G.D. Sharma. 18. Socio economic status of fisher folks in the river Islands of Brahmaputra river a case study of Saikhowa Chapori/S. Boruah and S.P. Biswas. 19. Socio economic development of North East India with special reference to the problems of urbanisation/P.C. Dutta and Niranjan Roy. 20. Problems and prospects of resource management in Yangse Valley of Arunachal Himalaya/Zahid Husain. 21. Remote sensing a potential tool for environmental management/Upendra Kumar and Rajib Kumar Bhattacharjya. 22. Communication for sustainable rural development/Biplab Loha Choudhury. Index. Despite having a very rich heritage of biodiversity India is facing large scale depletion of the forest cover. Anthropogenic activity felling of trees rapid industrialisation urbanisation habitat destruction and pollution are also leading many of the plant and animal species to extinction and putting some species on the verge of extinction. Similar pattern of destruction of habitat and over exploitation of natural resources are causing depletion of biodiversity in the country as a whole. This book attempts to highlight the problems and different issues relating to biodiversity. It suggests remedial measures in general and for the North East region in particular. The researches being carried out on the subject have been focused and adequately highlighted. The articles contributed by the established scholars present a fairly comprehensive account of the biodiversity related problems in India and their conservational/remedial measures. The book should be of immense use to students teachers scientists professionals policy makers and intellectuals in dealing with the problems related to environment and biodiversity conservation. 234 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 67772

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Item Description: Narendra Publishing House, 2009. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Summary : Aquatic Ecology and Others t Book is compendium of recent Original Research in the field of aquatic ecology. It is an assemblage of up-to-date information of rapid advances and developments taking place in the field of aquatic ecology. The book is a unique compilation of 16 chapters which discusses exhaustive studies on planktonology, physico-chemical environment, fisheries, Toxicology etc. With its application oriented and interdisciplinary approach, the book would be immensely useful to students, teachers, researchers, scientists, policy makers, Environmental Lawyers and Others interested in aquatic ecology. The chapters in the book have been contributed by eminent scientists/academicians active in the areas of aquatic ecology. Table of Contents Preface List of Contributors 1. A Preliminary Observation on the Changing Fish Diversity of Lake Veli-A Bar Built Estuary in South India, in the Context of Increasing Density of Oreochromis Mossambicus/G. Prasad and Jyothi Tilak 2. Biodiversity of Mudflat Environment with Reference to the Mudskipper, Boleophthalmus Boddarti (Pallas) from Mudasalodai and Pichavaram Mangroves, Southeast Coast of India/V. Ravi and S. Rajagopal 3. Species Richness and Distribution of Freshwater Fishes in River Chalakudy Part of Western Ghats, Kerala, India/R. Raghavan, G. Prasad, P.H. Anvar - Ali and B. Pereira 4. Impact of Periodical Fluctuation of Physico-Chemical Factors on Community Structure of Cyanophyceae in Papnash Pond, Bidar, Karnataka/N. Shiddamallayya and M. Pratima 5. Plankton Diversity in the Arid Zone Mangrove Creek Waters of Gulf of Kachchh-Gujarat, West Coast of India/A. Saravanakumar, M. Rajkumar, J. Sesh Serebiah and G.A. Thivakaran 6. Species Composition and Diversity of Zooplankton in the Pichavaram Mangroves, S.E. Coast of India/M. Rajkumar, P. Perumal, S. Ganesan and M. Shanmuga Sundaram 7. Species Composition and Diversity of Zooplankton in the Inshore Waters of Parangipettai, S.E. Coast of India/Biji K. Thomas, M. Rajkumar and P. Perumal 8. Role of Aquatic Macrophytes in the Remediation of Metal Pollutants/D.S. Malik, Rashmi Yadav and P.K. Bharti 9. Biological Index and Pollution in Ponds and Lakes of Mysore District, Karnataka/T.B. Mruthunjaya, S.P. Hosmani and B.M. Sudeep 10. Reproductive Biology of Salmostoma Untrahi (Day) from Bhadra Reservoir, Karnataka/B.R. Kiran and E.T. Puttaiah 11. Behavioural Responses of Cyprinid Fish Cyp Rinus Carpio to Iron and Steel Effluent/B.R. Kiran, Pancheshwara and E.T. Puttaiah 12. Biotechnology and Aquaculture-some Modern Advances/Indranil Ghosh 13. Immunostimulants in Aquaculture/M.K. Sahu, K. Sivakumar, T. Thangaradjou and L. Kannan 14. Nutritional Requirements of Fishes/P.K. Singh, S.R. Gaur and M.S. Chari 15. Parental Investment and Parental Care in Ornamental Fish Kingdom - A Comparative Approach/Indranil Ghosh 16. Inland Capture Fisheries of India-Resources and Utilization/Indranil Ghosh and P.K. Pandit Printed Pages: 0. Bookseller Inventory # A-Z 63897

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B.C. Guru,B.K. Senapati,N. Behera,P.C. Mishra

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Item Description: APH Publishing Corporation, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. During the recent years, with the growing concern for the Environment and its management, the accumulated Scientific concepts on environment have witnessed the emergence of a multidisciplinary subject i.e. Environmental science. Because of the interdisciplinary Nature of the subject, sometimes, it becomes difficult for a student/teacher/scientist to keep track on the ongoing Research in the field. The aim of the present book is to provide its readers an acquaintance with the recent research trends in the area of Ecology and environmental science. For this Purpose 34 papers and reviews contributed by the experts from different educational and scientific Institutions in India and abroad have been serially arranged from Soil ecology and vermitechnology through ecology and ecophysiology Forest and Wildlife ecology to Pollution ecology and toxicology. The book will be useful to the postgraduate students and research workers in ecology and environmental sciences and scientists looking after the management of environment. Contents: 1. Research trends in rhizobial nitrogen fixation/Pran K. Chakrabartty and Anup K. Halder 2. Ecology of legume root nodule bacteria/K.K. Kapoor and S.S. Dudeja 3. Taxo-ecological studies of coprophilous Fungi : A review/Rajee N. Kumar, Rama Pasricha, Narendra Singh and K.G. Mukerji 4. Microbial Biomass and activity in Tropical agroecosystems under different cropping practices/N. Behera and Pramila Prasad 5. Community structure of Soil oribatida of a Young rubber plantation and an adjacent Wasteland in Tripura (India)/Tanmay Bhattacharya and Prabir Chakraborti 6. Ecological studies on soil mites (ACARI) in India : A review/A.K. Sanyal 7. Species composition, distribution and seasonal variation of Collembola in two agroecosystems of Bhubaneswar/B.C. Guru and A.K. Mohanty 8. Enchytraeid Fauna of the shore of Lake Balaton/Klaro Dozsa-Farkas 9. The distribution of earthworms (Annelida, Oligochaeta) in North America/John W. Reynolds 10. Development of vermiculture Technology in Karnataka state/Radha K. Kale 11. Phytosociology and earthworm production in the Ground floor of casuarina and cocoanut plantations in coastal Orissa/Malaya K. Misra and Manasi Ray 12. Plant litter Decomposition and soil respiration in the Natural and cultivated grassland ecosystems at Kangpokpi, Manipur/P. Yadava, N.S. Thoudam and T. Paukhanmang 13. Ecobiology of Marine cyanobacteria/G. Subramanian and N. Thajuddin 14. Phosphorus in aquatic systems : An overview/B.B. Jana and S.K. Das 15. Interrelationships of phyto-and zoo-plankton in Indian wetlands/Ashok K. Pandit 16. Production and seasonality of dominate macrophyte-Eichhornia crassipes and associated epiphytic macro-invertebrates of a Freshwater body/M.P. Sinha, Ratna Sinha, M. Phillip and S.K. Bose 17. Interference and exploitation Competition in larval Bufo marinus/Ross A. Alford 18. Floodplain fisheries of India/Y.S. Yadava 19. Energetic of the larval anurans : A Review of strategies employed/Ashok Kumar Hota 20. Effect of Environmental factors in the pineal gland function of certain tropical animals/N. Saxena, M.P. Sinha and P.N. Mehrotra 21. Ecological studies of Orissan Forests from Eastern Ghats/S. Basu, H.P. Dani and D.P. Pati 22. Eco-development : A Comparative Study of two villages of Rural Orissa, India/Aditya Kishore Dash and Arttabandhu Mishra 23. Mangrove ecosystem and its Biodiversity in Orissa coast with special reference to Bhitarkanika/C.S. Kar and G.R. Satpathy 24. Sustainable Development in the Himalaya : A nebulous goal/K.G. Saxena and K.S. Rao 25. Ensheathed cyanobacteria as indicator of polluted waters/Siba Prasad Adhikary 26. Herbicide toxicity : In vitro Effects of some herbicides on chloroplasts isolated from Cyperus rotundus L./T.V. Rao and Tribhuban Panda 27. Impact of NPK fertilization on Population Biol Printed Pages: 651. Bookseller Inventory # 36743

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Item Description: APH Publishing Corporation, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. During the recent years, with the growing concern for the Environment and its management, the accumulated Scientific concepts on environment have witnessed the emergence of a multidisciplinary subject i.e. Environmental science. Because of the interdisciplinary Nature of the subject, sometimes, it becomes difficult for a student/teacher/scientist to keep track on the ongoing Research in the field. The aim of the present book is to provide its readers an acquaintance with the recent research trends in the area of Ecology and environmental science. For this Purpose 34 papers and reviews contributed by the experts from different educational and scientific Institutions in India and abroad have been serially arranged from Soil ecology and vermitechnology through ecology and ecophysiology Forest and Wildlife ecology to Pollution ecology and toxicology. The book will be useful to the postgraduate students and research workers in ecology and environmental sciences and scientists looking after the management of environment. Contents: 1. Research trends in rhizobial nitrogen fixation/Pran K. Chakrabartty and Anup K. Halder 2. Ecology of legume root nodule bacteria/K.K. Kapoor and S.S. Dudeja 3. Taxo-ecological studies of coprophilous Fungi : A review/Rajee N. Kumar, Rama Pasricha, Narendra Singh and K.G. Mukerji 4. Microbial Biomass and activity in Tropical agroecosystems under different cropping practices/N. Behera and Pramila Prasad 5. Community structure of Soil oribatida of a Young rubber plantation and an adjacent Wasteland in Tripura (India)/Tanmay Bhattacharya and Prabir Chakraborti 6. Ecological studies on soil mites (ACARI) in India : A review/A.K. Sanyal 7. Species composition, distribution and seasonal variation of Collembola in two agroecosystems of Bhubaneswar/B.C. Guru and A.K. Mohanty 8. Enchytraeid Fauna of the shore of Lake Balaton/Klaro Dozsa-Farkas 9. The distribution of earthworms (Annelida, Oligochaeta) in North America/John W. Reynolds 10. Development of vermiculture Technology in Karnataka state/Radha K. Kale 11. Phytosociology and earthworm production in the Ground floor of casuarina and cocoanut plantations in coastal Orissa/Malaya K. Misra and Manasi Ray 12. Plant litter Decomposition and soil respiration in the Natural and cultivated grassland ecosystems at Kangpokpi, Manipur/P. Yadava, N.S. Thoudam and T. Paukhanmang 13. Ecobiology of Marine cyanobacteria/G. Subramanian and N. Thajuddin 14. Phosphorus in aquatic systems : An overview/B.B. Jana and S.K. Das 15. Interrelationships of phyto-and zoo-plankton in Indian wetlands/Ashok K. Pandit 16. Production and seasonality of dominate macrophyte-Eichhornia crassipes and associated epiphytic macro-invertebrates of a Freshwater body/M.P. Sinha, Ratna Sinha, M. Phillip and S.K. Bose 17. Interference and exploitation Competition in larval Bufo marinus/Ross A. Alford 18. Floodplain fisheries of India/Y.S. Yadava 19. Energetic of the larval anurans : A Review of strategies employed/Ashok Kumar Hota 20. Effect of Environmental factors in the pineal gland function of certain tropical animals/N. Saxena, M.P. Sinha and P.N. Mehrotra 21. Ecological studies of Orissan Forests from Eastern Ghats/S. Basu, H.P. Dani and D.P. Pati 22. Eco-development : A Comparative Study of two villages of Rural Orissa, India/Aditya Kishore Dash and Arttabandhu Mishra 23. Mangrove ecosystem and its Biodiversity in Orissa coast with special reference to Bhitarkanika/C.S. Kar and G.R. Satpathy 24. Sustainable Development in the Himalaya : A nebulous goal/K.G. Saxena and K.S. Rao 25. Ensheathed cyanobacteria as indicator of polluted waters/Siba Prasad Adhikary 26. Herbicide toxicity : In vitro Effects of some herbicides on chloroplasts isolated from Cyperus rotundus L./T.V. Rao and Tribhuban Panda 27. Impact of NPK fertilization on Population Biol Printed Pages: 651. Bookseller Inventory # A-Z 36743

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Arvind Kumar,Lalan Kumar Singh

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ISBN 10: 8170354285 ISBN 13: 9788170354284

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. India exhibits a panorama of the ecological conditions of rest of the world within her geographical boundaries. Ecology is a multidisciplinary science. Ecology is regarded as the science which investigates organisms in relation to their environment and a philosophy in which the world of life is interpreted in terms of natural processes. The growing population, relentless marches towards development and the subsequent increasing have forced man towards urbanization and industrialization. The waste, which is posing serious ecological problem, should be recycled in time to keep the ecosystem healthy.;This book is a unique collection of research articles which must be useful to the ecologists, academicians, researchers, administrators, industrialists, environmental lawyers, rural technologists and the interested people in general.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Community Ecology: A Critical Review by Arvind Kumar; Chapter 2: The Invertebrate Colonization During Decomposition of Eichhornia crassipes Solms in the Mouth Zone of Guarei River into Jurumirim Reservoir (Sao Paulo, Brazil) by R Henry and N de L Stripari; Chapter 3: Effects of Prescribed Burning on Bacterial and Fungal Communities of Top Soil in Olokemeji Forest Reserve, Nigeria by A Akinsoji and Elizabeth Sowemimo; Chapter 4: Muga Based Ecological Farming System: An Approach to Sustainable Rural Development and Ecorestoration by L N Kakati and B T Kakati; Chapter 5: Water Management and Analysis by K Bayapu Reddy, R V S S L Revathi and T Manjunatha; Chapter 6: Biomonitoring Approach with Benthic Macro-invertebrates for Water Quality Assessment in a Medium Reservoir by Ch Srinivas and Ravi Shankar Piska; Chapter 7: Diversity of Phyto and Zooplankton with Reference to Pollution Status of Kalavam Bazaar Lake, Arcot, Vellore District by V Indra, V Prabakaran and R Balachandar; Chapter 8: Biochemical Changes in the Snail Bellamya bengalensis (Lamarck) Under Toxic Stress of Sumicidin by P H Rohankar and K M Kulkarni; Chapter 9: Air Pollution and Human Body by V Rajendra Prasad, Y Prasanna Kumar, P King and V S R K Prasad; Chapter 10: Requirement of Dietary Vitamin E in Relation to Growth, Feed Conversion and Deficiency Symptoms for the Fingerlings of Labeo rohita (Hamilton) by Ashok K Gupta; Chapter 11: Effect of Metal Poisoning on Total Body Carbohydrate in Sphaerodema rusticum (Belostomatidae: Hemiptera) by S Mumtazuddin and S Ehyteshamuddin; Chapter 12: A Model Approach for the Water Quality: A Case Study of River Cauvery by A G Nataraj, K L Prakash, R K Somashekar and N Manmohan Rao; Chapter 13: Impact of Tourist Influx on the Courtallam Water Quality Index by G Gitanjali and A Kumaresan; Chapter 14: Water Quality Index for Ground Water Affected with Bicycle Manufacturing Industrial Wastes: An Environmental Quality Audit by Vineeta Shukla, Sharda Abusaria, Monika Dhankhar and K V Sastry; Chapter 15: Zooplankton Diversity in the Chennai Coast, Tamil Nadu by V Indra and R Ramanibai; Chapter 16: The Diversity and Seasonality of Soil Protozoans in Gir Protected Area by Pragna Parikh, Rushita Adhikari and Kiran Ahir; Chapter 17: Investigation on Sub Surface Water Quality of Tarikere Taluk with Special Reference to Physico-Chemical Characteristics by K Harish Babu and E T Puttaiah; Chapter 18: Analysis of Fluoride in the Groundwater of Akola District: A Case Study by S B Thakare, A V Parwate, M Rao; Chapter 19: Parasitic Infection and Drinking Water Quality in Lashkar Township (Gwalior) MP by Naseem Khan, Asha Mathur and R Mathur; Chapter 20: Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectrometer (EDS) Analysis of Cesspool Environment Soil Samples by J Subashini, N Ramamurthy and G Jagadeesan; Chapter 21: Effect of Stocking Density on the Blood Parameters of Goldfish Carassius auratus by A Elezabeth Mary and M Sakthivel; Chapter 22: Food and Feeding Habits of the Gobiid Fish Pseudapoc Printed Pages: 316. Bookseller Inventory # 59147

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Item Description: Daya Publishing House, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. India exhibits a panorama of the ecological conditions of rest of the world within her geographical boundaries. Ecology is a multidisciplinary science. Ecology is regarded as the science which investigates organisms in relation to their environment and a philosophy in which the world of life is interpreted in terms of natural processes. The growing population, relentless marches towards development and the subsequent increasing have forced man towards urbanization and industrialization. The waste, which is posing serious ecological problem, should be recycled in time to keep the ecosystem healthy.;This book is a unique collection of research articles which must be useful to the ecologists, academicians, researchers, administrators, industrialists, environmental lawyers, rural technologists and the interested people in general.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Community Ecology: A Critical Review by Arvind Kumar; Chapter 2: The Invertebrate Colonization During Decomposition of Eichhornia crassipes Solms in the Mouth Zone of Guarei River into Jurumirim Reservoir (Sao Paulo, Brazil) by R Henry and N de L Stripari; Chapter 3: Effects of Prescribed Burning on Bacterial and Fungal Communities of Top Soil in Olokemeji Forest Reserve, Nigeria by A Akinsoji and Elizabeth Sowemimo; Chapter 4: Muga Based Ecological Farming System: An Approach to Sustainable Rural Development and Ecorestoration by L N Kakati and B T Kakati; Chapter 5: Water Management and Analysis by K Bayapu Reddy, R V S S L Revathi and T Manjunatha; Chapter 6: Biomonitoring Approach with Benthic Macro-invertebrates for Water Quality Assessment in a Medium Reservoir by Ch Srinivas and Ravi Shankar Piska; Chapter 7: Diversity of Phyto and Zooplankton with Reference to Pollution Status of Kalavam Bazaar Lake, Arcot, Vellore District by V Indra, V Prabakaran and R Balachandar; Chapter 8: Biochemical Changes in the Snail Bellamya bengalensis (Lamarck) Under Toxic Stress of Sumicidin by P H Rohankar and K M Kulkarni; Chapter 9: Air Pollution and Human Body by V Rajendra Prasad, Y Prasanna Kumar, P King and V S R K Prasad; Chapter 10: Requirement of Dietary Vitamin E in Relation to Growth, Feed Conversion and Deficiency Symptoms for the Fingerlings of Labeo rohita (Hamilton) by Ashok K Gupta; Chapter 11: Effect of Metal Poisoning on Total Body Carbohydrate in Sphaerodema rusticum (Belostomatidae: Hemiptera) by S Mumtazuddin and S Ehyteshamuddin; Chapter 12: A Model Approach for the Water Quality: A Case Study of River Cauvery by A G Nataraj, K L Prakash, R K Somashekar and N Manmohan Rao; Chapter 13: Impact of Tourist Influx on the Courtallam Water Quality Index by G Gitanjali and A Kumaresan; Chapter 14: Water Quality Index for Ground Water Affected with Bicycle Manufacturing Industrial Wastes: An Environmental Quality Audit by Vineeta Shukla, Sharda Abusaria, Monika Dhankhar and K V Sastry; Chapter 15: Zooplankton Diversity in the Chennai Coast, Tamil Nadu by V Indra and R Ramanibai; Chapter 16: The Diversity and Seasonality of Soil Protozoans in Gir Protected Area by Pragna Parikh, Rushita Adhikari and Kiran Ahir; Chapter 17: Investigation on Sub Surface Water Quality of Tarikere Taluk with Special Reference to Physico-Chemical Characteristics by K Harish Babu and E T Puttaiah; Chapter 18: Analysis of Fluoride in the Groundwater of Akola District: A Case Study by S B Thakare, A V Parwate, M Rao; Chapter 19: Parasitic Infection and Drinking Water Quality in Lashkar Township (Gwalior) MP by Naseem Khan, Asha Mathur and R Mathur; Chapter 20: Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectrometer (EDS) Analysis of Cesspool Environment Soil Samples by J Subashini, N Ramamurthy and G Jagadeesan; Chapter 21: Effect of Stocking Density on the Blood Parameters of Goldfish Carassius auratus by A Elezabeth Mary and M Sakthivel; Chapter 22: Food and Feeding Habits of the Gobiid Fish Pseudapoc Printed Pages: 316. Bookseller Inventory # A-Z 59147

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Arvind Kumar and Lalan Kumar Singh

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Item Description: Daya, Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Community ecology a critical review/Arvind Kumar. 2. The invertebrate colonization during decomposition of Eichhornia crassipes solms in the mouth zone of Guarei river into Jurumirim reservoir/R. Henry and N. de L. Stripari. 3. Effects of prescribed burning on bacterial and fungal communities of top soil in Olokemeji forest reserve Nigeria/A. Akinsoji and Elizabeth Sowemimo. 4. Muga based ecological farming system an approach to sustainable rural development and ecorestoration/ L.N. Kakati and B.T. Kakati. 5. Water management and analysis /K. Bayapu Reddy R.V.S.S.L. Revathi and T. Manjunatha. 6. Biomonitoring approach with benthic macro invertebrates for water quality assessment in Amedium reservoir/Ch. Srinivas and Ravi Shankar Piska. 7. Diversity of phyto and zooplankton with reference to pollution status of Kalavam Bazaar lake Arcot Vellore district/V. Indra V. Prabakaran and R. Balachandar. 8. Biochemical changes in the snail bellamya bengalensis (lamarck) under toxic stress of sumicidin/P.H. Rohankar and K.M. Kulkarni. 9. Air pollution and human body/V. Rajendra Prasad Y. Prasanna Kumar P. King and V.S.R.K. Prasad. 10. Requirement of dietary vitamin E in relation to growth feed conversion and deficiency symptoms for the fingerlings of labeo rohita (hamilton)/Ashok K. Gupta. 11. Effect of metal poisoning on total body carbohydrate in sphaerodema rusticum (belostomatidae hemiptera)/S. Mumtazuddinj and S. Ehteshamuddin. 12. A model approach for the water quality a case study of river Cauvery/A.G. Nataraj K.L. Prakash R.K. Somashekar and N. Manamohan Rao. 13. Impact of tourist influx on the courtallam water quality index/G. Gitanjali and A. Kumaresan. 14. Water quality index for ground water affected with bicycle manufacturing industrial wastes an environmental quality audit/Vineeta Shunkla Sharda Abusaria Monika Dhakkhar and K.V. Sastry. 15. Zooplankton diversity in the Chennai coast Tamil Nadu/V. Indra and R. Ramanibai. 16. The diversity and seasonality of soil protozoans in Gir protected area/Pragna Parikh Rushita Adhikari and Kiran Ahir. 17. Investigation on sub surface water quality of Tarikere taluk with special reference to physico chemical characteristics/K. Harish Babu and E.T. Puttaiah. 18. Analysis of fluoride in the groundwater of Akola district a case study/S.B. Thakare A.V. Parwate M. Rao. 19. Parasitic infection and drinking water quality in Lashkar township (Gwalior)/M.P. Naseem Khan Asha Mathur and R. Mathur. 20. Energy Dispersive X ray Spectrometer (EDS) analysis of cesspool environment soil samples/J. Subashini N. Ramamurthy and G. Jagadeesan. 21. Effect of stocking density on the blood parameters of Goldfish carassius aurtatus/A. Elezabeth Mary and M. Sakthivel. 22. Food and feeding habits of the gobiid fish pseudapocryptes lanceolatus (bloch and schneider 1801) of the Vasista Godavari estuary East coast of India K.V.C.S. Appa Rao and K. Sreeramulu. 23. Physico chemical studies on pollution in river Sengar at District Etawah (U.P.) K.K. Saxena Raj Narayan and Yogesh Babu Dixit. 24. Distribution of nutrients at different seasons in Tharangambadi Vanjur coasts south east coast of India/P. Martin Deva Prasath and T. Hidayathullakhan. 25. Impact of Garbage Dumping on the groundwater quality of Madurai city a case study/S. Sheerin and Mary Esther Rani. 26. Occurrence of a cyanophycean bloom in Mallapura tank near Chitradurga Karnataka/A.B. Banakar B.R. Kiran R. Purushothama E.T. Puttaiah and S. Manjappa. 27. Physico chemical parameters and elemental analysis of the soils of sugarcane fields with and without Red Rot disease incidence/S. Velmurugan R. Narayanaswamy and S. Ravi. 28. Impact of fungicide validacin 3L on bioenergetics of the freshwater fish silver carp hypophthalmichthys molitrix/S. Athikesavan S. Vincent and B. Velmurugan. 29. BGA diversity in paddy fields and wetlands of Satna (M.P.)/Rashmi Singh and Priti Samdariya. 30. Effect of earthworm exudate on growth and yield of tagete. Bookseller Inventory # 60737

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Item Description: Mittal Publications, 2010. tables, figs (illustrator). Contents Preface 1 Spatial modeling of regeneration mechanism for forest conservation at landscape levelYasumasa Hirta Kaori Sto Atsushi Sakai Shigeho Sato and Shigeo Kuramoto 2 Monitoring soil erosion in a recultivation mining area using hyperspectral imaging and laser scanningS Haubrock S Chabrillat and H Kaufmann 3 Impact of environmental hazards in upper Kullu ValleyBW Pandey 4 Oblique Aerial Photography using digital multi-image photogrammetry for survey flights below clouds a new tool for natural hazard studies and glacier monitoringLars Gleitsmann 5 Approaches to Kyoto afforestation reforestation and deforestation mapping in Siberia using object oriented change detection methodsS Hese and C Schmullius 6  Numerical method for uncertainty assessment of the topographic parameters derived from DEMsB Bajat S Rath and D Blagojevic 7 Assessment of the potential of the normalized difference vegetation index for forest fire risk classificationA Gabban and J San-Miguel-Ayanz 8 Sensing forecasting and risk assessment-an integrated method to model high resolution Data for floodplain representations in hydrodynamic simulationsS Rath and B Bajat 9 Examination of drought vulnerability with GIS tools-somogy county case studySz Bella A Nemeth and S Szalai 10 Multi-scale application of spatial metrics for quantifying forest spatial structure and diversity from Corine Land Cover and FMERS-WIFS Raster DataNC Nielsen and GA Blackburn 11 Regionalisation of climatic values for ecological site classification by growth simulator Sibyla with GISMarek Fabrika Jan Dursky Hans Pretzsch and Branislav Sloboda 12 Geo atmospheric hazards in Alaknanda basic-the Garhwal HimalyaMohan Panwar and Mamta Sharma 13 Assessment of Geo-hydrological hazards in watersheds of Upper Yamuna-Tons Basin-the Garhwal HimalayaNawal Prakash 14 Spatial analysis of landslides Hazard in Alaknanda Basin-the Garhwal HimalayaMohan Panwar and VS Negi 15 Impact of vehicular pollution on the environment of DelhiNP Singh 16 Hazard of soil erosion in Ravine Region of Yamuna-Chambal DoabManish Kumar Semwal 17 Remote sensing and geographical information system application in drought assessmentAnil Pal MSS Rawat SK Pal and CB Pal 18 Anatomy of cyclone disaster and storm surges over coastal Andhra PradeshUshvinder Kaur 19 Application of remote sensing and GIS for natural hazard reductionRupesh Kumar Gupta 20 Hazard reduction and disaster mitigationSheel Kumar and PM Tripathi 21 Remedial technologies of industrial pollutionAnupama M Hasija 22 Floods in Bihar management and control-a trans-boundary approachKhusro Moin 23 Changes in the atmospheric Methane concentration in the Arctic and Antarctic regions for the last 110 years deduced from NGRIP and Dome Fuji Deep Ice CoresS Aoki K Kawamura T Mori T Anakazawa Y Fujii and O Watanabe 24 Wetlands-a development paradox-the Dilemma of South ChennaiDipankar C Patnik Priya Srihari and Subhash Anand 25 Geomorphological interpretation of natural hazards in North-East IndiaDhrubajyori Sahariah and Subhash Anand 26 Global warming-issues and challengesChitra Sejwar IndexLand is a primary resource and is utilization has always been the focal theme in understanding the historical development of various civilizations in the world Increasing the load of the billions of population the importance of studies and research on land utilization have become an urgent need to reduce the regional imbalances in development and to attain the sustainable development through the enhancement in global food security and human habitations It is well-known fact that whole land available in the world is not suitable for utilization Hence it is visualized that how land can be put to its proper use according to its potential and capability Analysis of the utilization and management of land resources in the world is very much necessary because it ensures the best possible advantages of land in an enduring manner to its people Therefore it is believed that land resource show a r. Bookseller Inventory # 88616

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J S Datta Munshi and H R Singh

Published by Narendra Pub (2006)

ISBN 10: 8185375453 ISBN 13: 9788185375458

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Item Description: Narendra Pub, 2006. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Preface. Contributors list. 1. Air breathing fish spectrum of gas exchange organs and ventilatory mechanisms/J.S. Datta Munshi and G.M. Hughes. 2. Respiratory eco physiology of air breathing fishes/N.D.P. Sinha. 3. Neuropeptides and nitric oxide synthase in the respiratory organs of air breathing fishes/G. Zacconne A. Mauceri and S. Fasulo. 4. Food intake growth and conversion efficiency of Himalayan Mahseer Tor Putitora Hamilton from Garhwal Himalaya/R.C. Sharma and D. Singh. 5. Electron microscopy of Catfish Retina Part I functional cones in crepuscular and nocturnal species Part II Rods and associated structures/C.B.L. Srivastava. 6. Occurrence of diversed Retinoids molecules in freshwater Piscian diversity/U.C. Goswami. 7. Ovarian F Prostaglandins induce the sexual behaviour of conspecific male Barilius Bendelisis/J.P. Bhatt R. Nautiyal M.K. Purohit and M.S. Sajwan. 8. Assessment of ecological health of fish populations of the upper reaches of Ganga (Garhwal Himalaya)/P. Nautiyal. 9. Stressors effect on chromatophores mucous glands and regulatory hormones/M.K. Das S. Acharya and T. Dutta. 10. Reproductive capacity of a Hill stream Carp Crossocheilus Latius (Ham.) in the river Mandakini of Garhwal Himalaya Uttaranchal/A.K. Dobriyal K.S. Negi and K.J. Bisht. 11. Studies on the biometrics of an Rhinomugil Corsula (Hamilton) from River Yamuna/M. Fatima A.A. Khan S.A. Untoo and S. Parveen. 12. Impact of environment Hazards in decreasing fish productions of Indian reservoirs/U. Bhaumik A.K. Das and T. Paria. 13. Phytoxicity in fishes/S.S. Patole and R.T. Mahajan. With the advent of new tools research on the structure and fuction of fish has made tremendous progress in the last few decades. An attempt to integrate the new information was started when the first volume edited by Prof. B.R. Singh was published in 1993. In the mean time the second and third volumes were published in 1997 and 2003 respectively. The fourth volume of the book includes research articles by well known authors on several subfields of fish biology including feeding ecology neurobiology population dynamics air breathing organs prostaglandins and sexual behaviour biometrics and reproductive biology etc. The book aims at providing up to date information on different aspect of fish biology with an indication of potential areas for future research. We are sure the book will cater to the needs of post graduate students research scholars and teachers interested in the fascinating field of fish biology. 312 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 62950

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H.R. Singh & W.S. Lakra (Eds)

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ISBN 10: 8185375569 ISBN 13: 9788185375564

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Item Description: Narendra Publishing House, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. The Critical need to increase food supplies now, and for the future, is the greatest single concern Driving aquaculture and fisheries Research and development. Coldwater aquaculture and fisheries assumes all the more importance when fishery resources are fast declining in the upland Rivers and Lakes due to several man-made changes in the fragile environment. The aim of publishing this Book is to provide and up-to-date information on different aspects of coldwater aquaculture and fisheries in India. The book provides the edited contributions in the form of Original papers and review articles of renowned Scientists in the field. The Authors have addressed various aspects related to coldwater fisheries such as ecology, biology, captive Breeding and rearing, Genetics and conservation. As the book contains valuable information on four commercially important coldwater fishes, i.e. Mahaseer, snow-trout, trout and common carp, it would be of great use to teachers, scientists and students of Zoology, Aquaculture and Fisheries. Table of Contents Preface 1. Present Eco-Status of Coldwater Fish and Fisheries/A.G.K. Menon, H.R. Singh and N. Kumar 2. Cytogenetical Studies on Coldwater Fishes with Special References Trouts, Snow-Trouts, Mahseers and Common Carps/A.R. Khuda-Buksh 3. Some Aspects of Haematology of Coldwater Fish/B.D. Joshi 4. Diseases of Coldwater Fish/A.K. Chopra and H.R. Singh 5. Certain Aspects of Helminth Parasitism in Coldwater Fishes/S.K. Malhotra 6. Breeding Biology of Trout/K.K. Vass 7. Reproductive Biology of the Common Carp, Cyprinus Carpio Var. Communis Linn. from Gobindsagar, Himachal Pradesh (India)/M.S. Johal, K.K. Tandon and V.K. Sharma 8. Breeding Ecology of Some Coldwater Minor Carps from Garhwal Himalayas/A.K. Dobriyal, N. Kumar, A.K. Bahuguna and H.R. Singh 9. Mahseer Fisheries in Maharashtra/M.D. Pisolkar 10. Artificial Propagation of Tor Khudree (Sykes) and Tor Tor (Ham.)/C.V. Kulkarni 11. Nutritional Studies on Mahseer, Tor Khudree (Sykes)/P. Keshavanath 12. Intensive Rearing of Mahseer, Tor Khudree, Fry under Controlled Hatchery Conditions/A.B. Pillai and W.S. Lakra 13. Reproductive Biology and Spawning Ecology of Tor Tor (Ham.) from the River Narmada/V.R. Desai 14. Reproductive Biology of the Golden Mahseer, Tor Putitora (Ham.) from Kumaun Himalayas/S.S. Pathani 15. Maturity, Fecundity and Sex Ratio of an Endangered Coldwater Fish, Golden Mahseer, Tor Putitora (Ham.) from Gobindsagar (H.P.), India/M.S. Johal, K.K. Tandon and G.S. Sandhu 16. Aquaculture of Mahseer, Tor Putitora/C.B. Joshi 17. Spawning Ecology and Threats to the Survival of Mahseer/P. Nautiyal 18. The Bionomics and Fishery Prospects of the Coldwater Prawn of Kumaun Himalayas/S. Kumar. H.C.S. Bisht and J. Kaur 19. Conservation and Management of Coldwater Fish Genetic Resources/P. Das 20. Fishery Management of Reservoirs in Hilly Terrain : A Case Study in Himachal Pradesh/Pradeep K. Katiha, R.N. Seth and S.C. Tewari Printed Pages: 0. Bookseller Inventory # 63969

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H.R. Singh & W.S. Lakra (Eds)

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Item Description: Narendra Publishing House, 2008. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. The Critical need to increase food supplies now, and for the future, is the greatest single concern Driving aquaculture and fisheries Research and development. Coldwater aquaculture and fisheries assumes all the more importance when fishery resources are fast declining in the upland Rivers and Lakes due to several man-made changes in the fragile environment. The aim of publishing this Book is to provide and up-to-date information on different aspects of coldwater aquaculture and fisheries in India. The book provides the edited contributions in the form of Original papers and review articles of renowned Scientists in the field. The Authors have addressed various aspects related to coldwater fisheries such as ecology, biology, captive Breeding and rearing, Genetics and conservation. As the book contains valuable information on four commercially important coldwater fishes, i.e. Mahaseer, snow-trout, trout and common carp, it would be of great use to teachers, scientists and students of Zoology, Aquaculture and Fisheries. Table of Contents Preface 1. Present Eco-Status of Coldwater Fish and Fisheries/A.G.K. Menon, H.R. Singh and N. Kumar 2. Cytogenetical Studies on Coldwater Fishes with Special References Trouts, Snow-Trouts, Mahseers and Common Carps/A.R. Khuda-Buksh 3. Some Aspects of Haematology of Coldwater Fish/B.D. Joshi 4. Diseases of Coldwater Fish/A.K. Chopra and H.R. Singh 5. Certain Aspects of Helminth Parasitism in Coldwater Fishes/S.K. Malhotra 6. Breeding Biology of Trout/K.K. Vass 7. Reproductive Biology of the Common Carp, Cyprinus Carpio Var. Communis Linn. from Gobindsagar, Himachal Pradesh (India)/M.S. Johal, K.K. Tandon and V.K. Sharma 8. Breeding Ecology of Some Coldwater Minor Carps from Garhwal Himalayas/A.K. Dobriyal, N. Kumar, A.K. Bahuguna and H.R. Singh 9. Mahseer Fisheries in Maharashtra/M.D. Pisolkar 10. Artificial Propagation of Tor Khudree (Sykes) and Tor Tor (Ham.)/C.V. Kulkarni 11. Nutritional Studies on Mahseer, Tor Khudree (Sykes)/P. Keshavanath 12. Intensive Rearing of Mahseer, Tor Khudree, Fry under Controlled Hatchery Conditions/A.B. Pillai and W.S. Lakra 13. Reproductive Biology and Spawning Ecology of Tor Tor (Ham.) from the River Narmada/V.R. Desai 14. Reproductive Biology of the Golden Mahseer, Tor Putitora (Ham.) from Kumaun Himalayas/S.S. Pathani 15. Maturity, Fecundity and Sex Ratio of an Endangered Coldwater Fish, Golden Mahseer, Tor Putitora (Ham.) from Gobindsagar (H.P.), India/M.S. Johal, K.K. Tandon and G.S. Sandhu 16. Aquaculture of Mahseer, Tor Putitora/C.B. Joshi 17. Spawning Ecology and Threats to the Survival of Mahseer/P. Nautiyal 18. The Bionomics and Fishery Prospects of the Coldwater Prawn of Kumaun Himalayas/S. Kumar. H.C.S. Bisht and J. Kaur 19. Conservation and Management of Coldwater Fish Genetic Resources/P. Das 20. Fishery Management of Reservoirs in Hilly Terrain : A Case Study in Himachal Pradesh/Pradeep K. Katiha, R.N. Seth and S.C. Tewari Printed Pages: 0. Bookseller Inventory # A-Z 63969

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Edited by S.K. Singh, Raj Kumar, H.P. Mathur, N.B. Singh and V.K. Kumra

Published by Shree Pub (2011)

ISBN 10: 8183293956 ISBN 13: 9788183293952

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Item Description: Shree Pub, 2011. Contents Preface Part A Concept Approaches and Dimensions of Sustainable Development 1 Mahatma Gandhi?s Vision of Sustainable DevelopmentRana PB Singh 2 Climate Change and Sustainable Development The Global ConcernHifzur Rehman and Suman Lata 3 Corporate Responsibility towards Sustainable Development An Indian PerspectiveHK Singh and FB Singh 4 Guinea Fowl Farming A Model for Rural Prosperity and Sustainable DevelopmentBrijesh Singh RS Barwal and Peerzada Suhail Ahmad 5 Natural Capital and Corporate SustainabilityMitrabinda Singh 6 Towards a Socially Sustainable India An Analysis of National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme 2006Rituparna Bhattacharyya Polly Vauquline and Suman Singh 7 Conception of Man and Nature in Different Traditions Quest for Ecological SustainabilityBikramaditya K Choudhary and KG Choudhary 8 Envisioning Sustainable DevelopmentMamta Mokta 9 Information Technology and Sustainable Development of AgricultureAshutosh Kr Dubey and Vibha Singh 10 Strategic Management for Rural Development The Role of Banking SectorAkhilesh Kumar Verma Vivek Kumar Singh Vibha Singh Abhijeet Singh 11 Part B Energy Resources and Alternative Search 11 Strategic Management of Energy for Sustainable DevelopmentVivek Singh Abhijeet Singh Ashutosh Mishra Vibha Singh 12 Environmental Effects of Wind Power and its development as an Alternative Source of EnergyDJ Desai R N Desai and HN Pandya 13 Geopolitics of Energy Resources and India?s Energy SecuritySarfaraz Alam 14 Energy AuditAbhijeet Singh Ashutosh Mishra Vivek Kr Singh Vibha Singh 15 Hydropower Environmental Boon or BaneSK Gupta P Sivakumar and SK Singh 16 India Sustainable Development and EnergyBabita Kumari and Gayatri Rai 17 Financial Implications of Energy Management Practices Issues and ConcernsGS Rathore and Gyanndra BS Johri 18 Future Market Penetration of Solar EnergyS Chinnammai and MR Sasikala 19 Alternative Sources of Energy in IndiaRVenkatesan 20 Development of Alternative Sources of EnergySC Singh RV Rai and NB Singh 21 Jetropha Curcas-Source of Bio-diesel a Future FuelLavneet Singh and Salveen Singh 22 Bio-diesel by Carbon Sequestration of Thermal Power Plants through AlgaeRVRai and SC Singh 23 Sustainable Energy A Strategy of Energy SecuritySuwa Lal Jangu and Kausik Ghosh 24 Public-Private-Partnership in Rural PowerVinita Kalra HP Mathur and Namrata Shah 25 Promoting Bio-Fuel by Industries A ReviewDebabrata MajiSustainability is usually interpreted as a constraint on economic growth namely non-decreasing welfare This interpretation is quite a strict criterion as any temporary decrease in welfare implies unsustainable development Moreover representatives from civil society organizations got involved in this discussion very early and they also agreed on the concept of sustainable development as a basis for jopint action While Nelson Mandela Martin Luther King and Mahatma Gandhi succeeded in forming powerful national movements sustainable development is the first global attempt to realize the dream of perfect social integrationEquity and justice are important for sustainable development It is multidimensional that includes equity among nations like rich nations poor nations developed and developing nations equity within countries between regions social classes genders sectors of activities equity between generations and equity between economics and ecology and science and spirituality the environmental regeneration must be such as to lead to an increase in biomass that will both foster environmental stability and contribute to the sustainable livelihood security of the rural poor careful industrialization implying considerable technology transfer from north to southSustainable Development is often illustrated as a utopian concept of total integration referring to at least three different dimensions targets territories and time and of adequate management rules to use limited resources on the grass-roots level for environment friendly and economically sound global devel. Bookseller Inventory # 97116

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O P Singh

Published by Regency Pub, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8189233394 ISBN 13: 9788189233396

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Item Description: Regency Pub, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Book Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. I. Environment natural resources and environmental economics 1. Introduction to environment ecology and natural resources/H.N. Pandey. 2. Environmental goods and services/B.K. Tiwari. 3. Valuation of environmental goods and services/S.K. Mishra. 4. Linking the System of National Accounts (SNA) with natural resource accounting/A.C. Mohapatra. 5. System of Environmental and Economic Accounts (SEEA)/O.P. Singh. 6. Conservation of natural resources and sustainable development/B.K. Tiwari. II. Environmental degradation and abatement 7. Air pollution types sources and abatement/O.P. Singh. 8. Water pollution types sources and abatement/S.S. Chaturvedi. 9. Sources and types of soil pollution and land degradation/S.C. Santra. III. Development and environmental problems 10. Pesticide use in India and its environmental implications/N.S. Azad Thakur and Rajasekhara Rao. 11. Environmental problems of tea gardens/M.K. Kalita. 12. Shifting cultivation and its environmental impact in north eastern region of India/A.K. Yogi. IV. Environmental data collection analysis and management 13. Introduction to remote sensing and geographic information systems/P.P. Nageswara Rao. 14. Applications of remote sensing and geographic information systems in assessment and management of natural resources/P.P. Nageswara Rao. 15. Statistical methods for analysis of environmental data/G. Das. 16. Environmental Information System (ENVIS) and its role/S.N. Nandy. V. Environmental impact assessment 17. Environmental impact assessment identification and evaluation of potential environmental impacts of anthropogenic and developmental activities/V.T. Darlong. Appendices 1. Rio declaration on environment and development. 2. Agenda 21 indicators of sustainable development. 3. List of environment legislations. Glossary. Index. The natural environment provides a vast array of indispensable goods and services that support human beings and other life forms. Environmental goods and services are also important for economy which uses natural resources as raw material and environment as sink. However due to rampant exploitation of natural resources and huge discharge of pollutants the sustainable supply of environmental goods and services is highly threatened. At the same time mankind is confronted with various types of environmental problems which adversely affect the quality of life social and cultural fabric and economic development. To address these problems and move down the path of sustainable development environmental protection must constitute an integral part of the development process and care should be taken to maintain a proper balance between the ecology and the economy. In an attempt to enhance our scientific understanding of the environment and natural resources in ecological and economic perspectives a number of contemporary environmental topics are discussed in this book. The readers ranging from students and researchers to officials and policy makers interested in improving the environmental quality will find this book informative. 368 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 60330

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Published by I.K. International Publishing House (2012)

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Item Description: I.K. International Publishing House, 2012. Hardcover. Book Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Condition: As New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Effect of Temperature and Ammonium on Growth, Pigment Production and Nitrogen Uptake by Four Species of Porphyra (Bangiales, Rhodophyta) Native to the New England Coast/Jang K. Kim, George P. Kraemer, Christopher D. Neefus, Ik Kyo Chung and Charles Yarish. 2. Improvement of Gracilaria Agar Solubility by Acid Treatments/Hirotaka Kakita, Hiroshi Kamishima, Anong Chirapart and Masao Ohno. 3. Seaweed Community Analysis of a Rocky Shore for the Sustainable Seaweed Integrated Aquaculture System (SSIAS) in Korea/Ik Kyo Chung, Yun Hee Kang, Si Jung Ryu, Myung Sook Kim, Charles Yarish and Jin Ae Lee. 4. Succession of seaweed Communities on Artificial Reefs and Marine Ranching in Japan/Masao Ohno, Chang Geun Choi and Dinabandhu Sahoo. 5. Seaweeds: A Potential Source of Biofertilizer/Gaurav Kumar, Pooja Baweja and Dinabandhu Sahoo. 6. On the Occurrence of Dichotomosiphon tuberosus (A. Br.) Ernst from Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, India/A.K. Mohite, R.R. Sanap and S.D. Pingle. 7. Biochemical Composition of Some Freshwater Green Algae from Pravara basin Region, Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, India/A.K. Mohite and S.D. Pingle. 8. Effect of Blue-Green Algae as Biofertilizer on growth and Yield of Chilli (Capsicum annum L.) Var. Phule Jyoti/A.R. Abhang, S.D. Pingle, A.M. Bhosale and B.K. Auti. 9. Cyanophycean Algae from Soils of Pravara Canal Command Area, Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, India/B.K. Auti, S.D. Pingle and A.R. Abhang. 10. Chlorophycean Algae of Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, India/B.S. Deshmukh and S.D. Pingle. 11. Studies on Hydrobiology of Godawari River at Nasik, Maharashtra, India/R.R. Sanap, A.K. Mohite, S.D. Pingle and V.R. Gunale. 12. Impact of Heavy Metal(s) on Accessory Pigments of Anabaena oryzae (Fritsch)/Ch. Sreedhar Rao, B. Raju, M. Venkateshwarulu and B. Digamber Rao. 13. Cyanobacterial Flora of Rice Fields of North Telangana Region, Andhra Pradesh, India/B. Digamber Rao, Ch. Sreedhar Rao and D. Srinivas. 14. Seaweeds as a Source of Bioethanol/Savindra Kumar and Dinabandhu Sahoo. 15. Ecology and PCR based Molecular Characterization of Cyanobacteria with Special Emphasis on Oscillatoriales and Nostocales/Gunapati Oinam, Indrama Th. And O.N. Tiwari. 16. Free Amino Acids, Total carbon, Total Nitrogen, and Phycobiliproteins Content in Porphyra sp. after a Short Term Nutrient Uptake/A. Pedersen. G. Kraemer, S. Hariskov and C. Yarish. 17. Phycodiversity of River Pandu, Uttar Pradesh in Relation to Anthorpogenic Stress/Divya Tiwari. 18. Use of Lyngbya limnetica (Blue-green Alga) in the Treatment of Cattle Shed Wastewater/Sreelaxmi M. Murthy. 19. Studies on Biodegradation Potential of Linear Alkyl Benzene Sulphonate by Nostoc muscorum Ag. ex. Born et Flah/Dilip Kumar Rathore, Preeti Sharma, Praveen Kumar Chandel, Sandhya Tyagi and Krishna Chandra Soni. 20. Astaxanthin Production from Green Alga Haematococcus under Autotrophic and Heterotrophic Conditions/R. Sarada, B. Sandesh Kamath, R. Vidhyuavathi, B.R. Brinda and G.A. Ravishankar. 21. Saturated and Unsaturated Hydrocarbon Production from Botryococcus braunii sp. from Indian Freshwater Bodies and Culture Collection Centers/R. Sarada, C. Dayananda, A. Ranga Rao, T.R. Shamala, P. Srinivas and G.A. Ravishankar. 22. Treatment of CETP Effluent bya Seaweed Associated Aspergillus niger Isolate/H.V. Joshi, Anjana K. Vala, Purva N. Bhatta and Nisha Anand. 23. Comparative Physiological Studies amongst Cyanobacteial Isolates from Paddy Fields/Saurabh Tiwari, B.V. Singh, Dolly Wattal Dhar and P.K. Singh. 24. Effect of Salinity on the Growth of Oscillatoria proboscidea, a Freshwater Alga/R. Gunaseeli, S.K. Subramanian and N. Anand. 25. Influence of Salinity Changes on the Morphology of Cladophora vagabunda (Linn.) Hoek/G. Rani. 26. Ecological Study of Ujani Dam Backwater at Siddhteka Tal, Karjat, Ahmednagar, Maharashtra, India/S.D. Pingle and A.B. Gore. 27. Studies on Genus Vaucheria of Jammu Region/Namerta Sharma and V.K. Anand. 28. Biodiversity of Freshwater Algae in Some Districts. Bookseller Inventory # 109450

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