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P.K. Acharya and H.K. Mahato

Published by Avon Publications (2014)

ISBN 10: 9381839247 ISBN 13: 9789381839249

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About this Item: Avon Publications, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: 1. Jharkhand physical setting. 2. Resources water, forest and mineral. 3. Agricultural resources and problems. 4. Industrial landscape and prospects of industrial development. 5. Habitat and economy of Santhal Munda and Oraon, Ho. 6. Tourism and its prospects. 7. Map projections. Jharkhand geography is a thorough study of the physiography of the territory of Jharkhand. The geography of Jharkhand seems to be a reflection of the socioeconomic and political background of the territory of Jharkhand. Talking about the geography of Jharkhand, it can be said that Jharkhand occupies a forest track in the Santhal Parganas and the Chhotanagpur plateau. Jharkhand is a mountain region which is covered with a dense growth of forests. Jharkhand is located in the eastern part of India bordering the states of Bihar, West Bengal, Orissa, and Chattisgarh. Tropic of Cancer passes through Kanke, few kilometers away from Ranchi, the capital of Jharkhand, making it the only state in India touched by the Tropic of Cancer. Most of the Jharkhand region is part of Chotanagpur plateau, which also extends to some parts of West Bengal, Chattisgarh, and Orissa. This region is made up of ancient stone Arkiyan Granite Tatanis. Much of the state is still covered by forest. Forest preserves support the population of tigers and Asian Elephants. Soil content of Jharkhand state mainly consists of soil formed from the disintegration of rocks and stones. This book contains the fundamental and basic information on the subject and the selection of contents makes it an appropriate book for the students. Seller Inventory # 113206

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P.K. Acharya and H.K. Mahato

Published by S.K. Book Agency (2014)

ISBN 10: 9383158093 ISBN 13: 9789383158096

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About this Item: S.K. Book Agency, 2014. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Geography of India is a comprehensive and detailed analysis of India’s physical setting, India is known for rich mineral and natural resources. Accordingly, the book has been given special treatment to the study of resources in India. Agriculture and industry play a prominent part is India’s economic life. Situated entirely in the northern hemisphere, India is the second most populous and the seventh largest country in the world. The globe shows the Indian subcontinent as the southward extension of the great landmass of Asia. Indian Peninsula tapers towards the Indian Ocean dividing the ocean realm into the two flanking expansions of water Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal. The geography of India is diverse and can be divided into three main regions. The first is the rugged, mountainous Himalayan region in the northern part of the country, while the second is called the Indo-Gangetic Plain. It is in this region that most of India's large-scale agriculture takes place. The third geographic region in India is the plateau region in the southern and central portions of the country. India also has three major river systems which have large deltas that take over a large portion of the land. These are the Indus, Ganges and Brahmaputra rivers. India's climate is also varied but is tropical in the south and mainly temperate in the north. The country also has a pronounced monsoon season from June to September in its southern portion. This book may also serve as a comprehensive source of knowledge for graduate and postgraduate students of geography, at the same time it is also useful for teachers and researchers of Indian geography. Seller Inventory # 113208

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Vidyavati and A K Mahato

Published by Associated Pub (2006)

ISBN 10: 8185211647 ISBN 13: 9788185211640

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About this Item: Associated Pub, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Included. 1st Edition. Contents Foreword. I 1. A systematic account of the algal flora of the seasonal swamps in the southern part of Irian Jaya (Indonesia)/Wim Vyverman. 2. A contribution to algae of dam Malpas Armidale self purification and potability of water/A.C. Shukla and J.A. Milburn. 3. Taxonomy of fresh water algae in Karnataka a review/G.R. Hegde and S. Talawai. 4. Interesting taxa of algae from cultivated fields and related environs of Karnataka state. India a review/U.D. Bongale. 5. An ecological and taxonomic survey of the algal flora of certain cultivated and uncultivated soils of Andhra Pradesh India/J. Shakuntala V. Krishna Kumari and N.R. Subba Raju. 6. Algal floristics in Rajasthan/Pushpa Srivastava. 7. Freshwater and marine algal flora of Southern Orissa/S. Padhi. II 8. Studies on soil algae from the cotton fields of Vidarbha Nagpur district/V.S. Likhitkar and J.L. Tarar. 9. Studies on the wall algae of Nagpur environ/R.D. Gadewar and J.L. Tarar. 10. Taxonomic studies of algae in Madhya Pradesh a review/S.K. Mahajan. 11. Algal taxonomy of Rohilkhand division a review/Iqbal Habib and U.K. Chaturvedi. 12. The river Ganga and their algae/R.N. Yadava and K.S. Bilgrami. III 13. Review on phytoplankton/Mery Esther Cynthia Johnson. 14. Dynamics of photoplanktonic fluctuations in Bellal Lake Nizamabad Andhra Pradesh/A. Sayeeswari and M.A. Singara Charya. 15. A contribution to the algal flora of South Gujarat I (phytoplankton)/E. Manoj and G. Ragothaman. IV 16. Review of work on akinetes of Pithophora sp. (Cladophorales Chlorophyceae)/B. Varalaxmi and Vidyavati. 17. Taxonomical studies of oedogoniales/U.C. Pandey and Bhola Pandey. 18. Macrandrous dioecious species of the genus Oedogonium (oedogoniales chlorophyceae) from South Bihar India/A.K. Mahato R.N. Das and Pushpa Mahato. 19. Studies on Brazilian zygnemaceae an overview/Izabel Cristina A. Dias and and Carios E. de M. Bicudo. 20. Desmid flora of Eastern India Sikkim and West Bengal/S.C. Santra and U.C. Pal. V 21. Overview on algal biodiversity of Gujarat charophytes/S.C. Gajaria A.K. Jawale and R.J. Patel. VI 22. Influence of light on reproduction in algal cultures/S.C. Agrawal. 23. The study of pithophora oedogonia (Mont) Wittrock under various culture conditions/B. Varalaxmi and Vidyavati. 24. Growth of micro algae and environmental control of photosynthesis/Nomita Sen (Chowdhuri). 25. Cultural investigations and taxonomic studies of some cyanophyceae from paddy field soils/M.D. Rather and I.A. Shah. 26. Distribution of cyanophyceae in cultivated fields/N.B. Raj Kumari. 27. Taxonomic and ecological study of cyanophyta and rhodophyta from the Barcis Basin (A Coruqa N.W. Spain)/Ana B. Rifsin Lastra and Angela Noguerol Seoane. This book is the second volume consolidating the taxonomical distributional and cultural aspects of various algal groups. The contributors from India and abroad are specialists and well known in their own fields. The systematic account of certain algal groups from Indonesia Brazil Spain Karnataka Rajasthan Orissa Madhya Pradesh Rohilkhand Division Gujarat Bihar Sikkim West Bengal and other places have been given. Algal description of Malpas Armidale with special reference to self purification and potability of water has also been given. The algal flora from Ganga river is also described. There is an account of phytoplankton fluctuations in Bellal lake in Andhra Pradesh. There are very interesting papers on cladophorales and oedogoniales also. The description regarding algal cultures and environmental factors has been dealt with. The Vol. II of Recent Trends in Algal Taxonomy is going to be quite informative and useful for the students researchers and teachers in the field of phycology. 642 pp. Seller Inventory # 59053

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