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Swain Shishir Kumar Mishra Nanda Kishore

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About this Item: Authorspress. Condition: New. pp. 102. Seller Inventory # 7348315

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Mohit K Ray

Published by Atlantic, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 812690352X ISBN 13: 9788126903528

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About this Item: Atlantic, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. The world the text and the Caribbean writer representation in the work of V.S. Naipaul/Rafe Dalleo. 2. A house for Mr. Biswas a study in cultural predicament/N. Sharada Iyer. 3. Search for identity ideology and social conflict in V.S. Naipaul's A house for Mr. Biswas/Prakash Chandra Pradhan. 4. Identity crisis in V.S. Naipaul's A house for Mr. Biswas/Amarnath Prasad. 5. Alienation and home a study of A house for Mr. Biswas/Santosh Chakrabarti. 6. V.S. Naipaul's A house for Mr. Biswas an autobiographical study/Bhagabat Nayak. 7. Naipaul's A house for Mr. Biswas Arun Joshi's The strange case of Billy Biswas and Mordecai Richler's son of a smaller Hero a critique of Paradox of life/S. Kanakaraj and J. Samuel Kirubahar. 8. Shock derision and Satire in V.S. Naipaul's an area of darkness/Sabita Tripathy. 9. A million mutinies in the domain of darkness/Jagdish V. Dave. 10. But why call it a novel. Varieties of transgression in V.S. Naipaul's The Enigma of arrival/David Malcolm. 11. V.S. Naipaul's Ironic visions/Emilienne Baneth Nouailhetas. 12. The post colonial confusion and V.S. Naipaul/Hiren Gohain. 13. Trajectory of displacement expatriate sensibility of V.S. Naipaul/Nanda Kishore Mishra. 14. A journey of rejection V.S. Naipaul's The Mimic Men/Veena Singh. 15. V.S. Naipaul's Half a Life Memory and the Myth of origin/Aida Luz Rodriguez Colon. 16. V.S. Naipaul's Half a life a critical study/Alpana Mishra. 17. V.S. Naipaul's Half a life the colonial context and some postcolonial issues/Santwana Haldar. 18. Disorientation of identity in V.S. Naipaul's Half a Life/Bhagabat Nayak. 19. Half a life a reading in sense sensibility and sensuality/Ashwini Kumar Vishnu. 20. V.S. Naipaul's Half a life a world of cultural Neurasthenia sans therapy/Nidhi Tiwari. 21. Naipaul as a short story writer/Kamal Mehta. 22. A critical examination of the sense of detachment in the selected fictions and short fictions of Naipaul/S. Kanakaraj. V.S. Naipaul has claimed that all his work is really one and he has been writing one big book all these years also considering the world he has stepped into and the world he has to look at he cannot be a professional novelist in the old sense. In his early youth Naipaul took up the vocation of a writer as his religion and since the beginning five decades ago has drawn on his intensely personal experience of an uprooted person adrift in the world his experience of the two worlds to none of which he could really belong an experience that imparts the authentic voice to his works both non fiction and fiction enriched by a distinct autobiographical flavour. Naipaul himself is split into his characters in who are manifested subtle shades of his emotions and traits. He is accidental man dangling man history man and the mimic man all rolled into one. Naipaul is also one of literatures great travellers and his absorption into the experience of rootlessness the alienating effects of colonial past on today's postcolonial people has taken him to Africa South America India and all over the world not in search of roots but in search of rootlessness and has yielded a rich harvest of travelogues which are about much more than travel. An author of a large number of fictional and non fictional works Naipaul continues to surprise excite provoke and move readers at every turn of his literary voyage. Naipaul has unseverable emotional bond with India which remains for him an area of pain an ache for which one has a great tenderness yet from which he wishes to separate himself. The world of V.S. Naipaul is the world of two worlds. The present volumes of papers on Naipaul led by Naipaul's Nobel lecture offer illuminating perspectives and interesting explorations into this rich enigmatic sad hilarious and fascinating world of Naipaul. 304 pp. Seller Inventory # 54594

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Nanda Kishore Mishra

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About this Item: Authorspress, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Introduction. 1. Sri Aurobindo the modern Vyasa. 2. Overhead aesthesis and Sri Aurobindo's poetics poetry the Mantra of the real. 3. Symbolism in Sri Aurobindo's poetry. 4. Savitri a mythicised romance with symbolic overtones. 5. Aswapathy's psycho spiritual odyssey. 6. Major symbols. 7. Other symbols. 8. Symbolism in Savitiri and Dante's divine comedy. 9. Myth a creative instrument of knowledge and vision. Bibliography. Index. Sri Aurobindo the modern seer poet enjoys a popular esteem that extends beyond academic and literary circle. His revolutionary worldwide culminating in supermind foregrounds a theoretical concept that evinces a breakthrough in the history of human thought. His spiritual epic Savitri the lonely epic in Indian English Literature is a mythicised romance. In his prophetic vision and poetic scheme the all encompassing love of the Divine Mother troped as Savitri puts an end to Earth's Doom the powers of Darkness such as evil man's imperfection suffering and death. He recasts the character of Aswapathy as the forerunner of human beings to have fathomed the deepest mysteries of all the planes of consciousness. He gives to myth and legends a new dimension to focus on the theme of love conquest of death achievement of superhuman consciousness self transcendence and man's quest for immortality. Within the mythic contexture of Savitri the poet interweaves multi cultural values symbolic and allegorical allusions mystical experience a sort of soul seeing to interpret profound spiritual experience. 236 pp. Seller Inventory # 67528

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Edited by Virendra Kumar, Jaspal Singh and S.R. Bhakar

Published by Himanshu (2005)

ISBN 10: 8179060993 ISBN 13: 9788179060995

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About this Item: Himanshu, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: 1. Verification of drainage design criteria/I. Srikanth and M.S. Shirahatti. 2. Surface drainage coefficient for Tarai of Kumaun Region of Uttaranchal State/Wondifraw Teshome and Yogendra Kumar. 3. Drainage studies for soybean in vertisols/Ramadhar Singh, Ravi Kishore and R.M. Singh. 4. Influence of sub-surface drainage on soybean crop production/Ramdhar Singh, Ravi Kishore, K.V. Ramana Rao and R.M. Singh. 5. Evaluation of irrigation practices under farmers' fields through modeling approach/Rajinder Singh, Joginder Singh and Sanjay Poonia. 6. Effect of drip irrigation and mulching on Okra Crop in calcareous soil of North Bihar/R. Suresh and A.P. Mishra. 7. Effect of drip lateral spacing and crop geometry on yield and quality of tomato under drip irrigation/B.C. Thakur and R.S. Spehia. 8. On farm study of leveling effect in rice and wheat crop in Uttaranchal Terai/Radhey Shyam. 9. Vanita Jha and Jodh Pal Singh. 10. Evaluation of border irrigation system in medium textured soil/Harish Chandra and B.P. Yadav. 11. Probabilistic irrigation water requirement of major crops of Udham Singh Nagar District of Uttaranchal State/Yogendra Kumar, Jitendra Kumar Singh and Shashi Kiran. 12. Estimation of crop water requirement for different field and vegetable crops in Bhopal region/D.M. Bhandarkar, S.S. Dhakad, K.S. Reddy and R. Singh. 13. Hydraulics of water flow under surge irrigation in vertisol/K.S. Reddy, R.M. Singh, D.K. Singh, K.V.R. Rao and D.M. Bhandarkar. 14. Surface drainage solution to waterlogging in coastal area - a case study/N. Sahoo, H.N. Verma, S.K. Jena, P. Nanda and D. Sahoo. 15. Development and evaluation of micro drip irrigation system in farmer's field/R.K. Sahu and Vimal Navin Rao. 16. Evaluation of drip irrigation and plastic mulching on papaya cultivation/Vinay K. Pandey, H.G. Sharma and N. Agrawal. 17. Importance and applicability of filters for different quality of irrigation water - a review/A. Upadhyaya, A.K. Singh, M.K. Roy and S.R. Singh. 18. Infiltration under surge irrigation to furrows/R. Ravi Babu, T.B.S. Rajput and A.K. Bhattacharya. 19. Management of irrigation to cashew plantation through drip irrigation/S.T. Ingle, M.R. More, D.S. Narvankar and P.P. Bhor. 20. Estimation of reference evapotranspiration under the sub-humid climatic conditions of Rajasthan/S.R. Bhakar and Raj Vir Singh. 21. Studies of discharge performance of different types of emitters used in Drip irrigation/K.N. Sharma, P. Ghosh and P.C. Pradhan. 22. Evaluation of drain spacing equations in Indira Gandhi Canal Command/Rohitashw Kumar, S.R. Bhakar, R.V. Singh and Virendra Kumar. 23. RS and GIS approach for evaluation of irrigation status/R.K. Nema, Nitin Dubey and M.K. Awasthi. 24. Leaching losses from nitrogenous fertilizer under paddy wheat rotation in Punjab/J.K. Chawla, K.G. Singh and D.S. Taneja. 25. A model for predicting nitrate movement and leaching losses under wetland moisture regime/K.G. Singh and S.K. Sondhi. 26. Effect of water salinity on tomato under drip irrigation/P.N. Agrawal, R.C. Purohit and Jaspal Singh. 27. Socio-economic and technological consequences attributed to adoption of micro-irrigation systems in Maharashtra/S.M. Taley, R.S. Patode and M.N. Pawade. 28. Irrigation scheduling for onion under micro-sprinkler method of irrigation/S.D. Gorantiwar, U.S. Kadam, S.A. Kadam, S.D. Rathod and H.M. Patil. 29. On uniformity in micro-sprinkler irrigation system/S.A. Kadam, U.S. Kadam, S.D. Gorantiwar, R.S. Dhotre and S.M. Patil. 30. Determination of drainage coefficient based on crops tolerance to waterlogging for Udaipur Region/Amit Kumar, Devesh Sharma, Mahesh Kothari and Virendra Kumar. 31. Effect of different moisture regimes on yield potential of Onion (allium cepa l.) under micro-sprinkler irrigation system/U.S. Kadam, S.D. Gorantiwar, S.A. Kadam, G.B. Gurav and H.M. Patil. 32. Effect of drip irrigation and mulching on tomato crop in calcareous soil of North Bihar/R. Suresh and A.P. Mishra. 33. Developme. Seller Inventory # 58747

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Partha Kumar Mukhopadhyay

Published by Sarup, New Delhi (2009)

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About this Item: Sarup, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Contributors. 1. Social consciousness through postcolonial lenses a study of Kamala Markandaya's novels/Sudhir K. Arora. 2. Caste and the casteless outcaste a study of subaltern literature/N. Sharda Iyer. 3. Kamala Markandaya's The Golden Honeycomb a colonial history/S. John Peter Joseph. 4. Spiritual syndrome in bonding communal harmony in Naikar's Light in the House/Sabita Tripathy. 5. Frantz Fanon the Indian scenario and some issues of the postcolonial Indian English Fiction/Partha Kumar Mukhopadhyay. 6. Fusion of East West in Jhabvala's A Backward Place/Anshu Bhardwaj. 7. The deplorable state of illegal immigrants in Kiran Desai's The Inheritance of Loss/Rajni Singh. 8. Spiritual panacea in Manoj Das's The Cyclones/Nanda Kishore Mishra. 9. The patterns of Knowing in Amitav Ghosh's The Calcutta Chromosome/Bishnupada Ray. 10. Nayantara Sahgal's Rich Like Us Question of femininity reviewed/Ketaki Datta. 11. Social consciousness in Amitav Ghosh's Fictional work/Santwana Haldar. 12. Silence as affirmation a study of the heroines of Shashi Deshpande/Anita Myles. 13. Alice's Lost Wonderland a critical reading of Bharti Mukherjee/Neelam Tikkha. 14. Nectar in a Sieve a veritable document of rural India/Rituparna Datta Roy. 15. Jai Nimbkar's Come Rain Swapping the Other with the Self /Shirish Chindhade. 16. Indian society and family in Rohiton Mistry's Family Matters/Savita Goel. 17. Living But to Die Saga of widows in Indira Goswami's Fictions/N. Sharada Iyer. 18. Sharif Saheb a Symbol of religious and communal harmony a critical response to Basavaraj Naikar's Light in the House/S. John Peter Joseph. 19. Class and caste conflicts in relation to cultural sterility and anti nationalism a study in Raja Rao's Kanthapura and B.R. Ambedkar's Writings/Jayshree Singh. 20. Projection of the famished society and emergence of the enriched soul in Bhabani Bhattacharya's So Many Hungers/Piyali Das. 21. Rukmani as an epitome of Indian womanhood a critical consideration of Kamala Markandaya's Nectar in a Sieve/S. John Peter Joseph. 22. Partition narratives and their exploration of identity crisis/Debrati Dutta. 23. Beyond the post colonial multicultural communication in Chetan Bhagat's One Night@ the Call Center/Samipendra Banerjee. Index. Social Consciousness in the Postcolonial Indian English Fiction is an anthology of twenty three critical articles which set out to explore the social mode of the postcolonial Indian English fiction representing its myriad shades of discourse and awareness which over the years have turned unto a complex web of insights and realizations. This book thus attempts to map out some features of the postcolonial fiction in terms of the interactions between the external reality of the postcolonial India and the novelists responses to the changing scenario within the country. The essays dwell on several vital issues from the identity crisis to the national quest for self image to find out whether the postcolonial image can have any real fulfillment within a framework which is mainly the legacy of the colonial past. The country's root tradition her indigenous culture women's causes and the subaltern situations deserve further probing from all if the nation wants to survive in healthy ways. The novelists discussed in this anthology are mainly Kamala Markandaya Bhabani Bhattacharya Nayantara Sahgal Amitabh Ghosh Manoj Das Kiran Desai Indira Goswami Bhasavraj Naikar Rohinton Mistry Bharati Mukherjee and Chetan Bhagat. It is expected that the articles will stimulate the students of literature as well as teachers in framing their own responses to the style and texture of the postcolonial Indian English Fiction which has already carved an identity of its own with a definite voice vision and style. 304 pp. Seller Inventory # 75420

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Edited by Sawalia Bihar Verma, Potukuchi Thrambakam and Sharad Lahori

Published by Sarup Book (2011)

ISBN 10: 817625763X ISBN 13: 9788176257633

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About this Item: Sarup Book, 2011. Contents Preface A A profile of infrastructure in rural area 1 Rural infrastructurePawan Kumar 2 Strengthening infrastructureAR Patel 3 Unlocking growth potential of rural IndiaPN Sankaran 4 Reforming rural economy through quality infrastructureKK Tripathy 5 Rural infrastructure thrust area in rural developmentPawan Kumar 6 Rural infrastructure development fund a new deal to rural IndiaKG Karmakar 7 Rural infrastructure development fundP Loganathan and E Asokan 8 Public private participation instrument for rural infrastructureDeba Prakash Mohanty 9 Private participation in infrastructure sector in IndiaRavi Mittal B A profile of irrigation in rural area 10 Irrigation and agricultureSurinder Sud 11 Development of irrigation potential no more mythKG Suresh 12 Drip irrigation and farm productivityK Srinivasulu and M Adinarayana 13 Micro irrigation and drought managementI Satya Sundaram 14 On farm irrigation the science and managementManasmani Dev Goswami 15 Dynamics of lift irrigationG Sheshagiri and Subash S Researcher 16 People?s participation in irrigation managementJaya Chaterji 17 Turning over irrigation management prospects and constraintsMamata Swain 18 Development of irrigation in IndiaSanjay Kumar C Status of wasteland and dryland in rural area 19 Wasteland development programmeA Chelladurai 20 Wasteland in Manipur problem sand prospectsB Manihar Sharma 21 Wasteland-a threat to survival and quality of human lifeAmrit Patel 22 Wasteland development initiatives in India a reviewKK Tripathy 23 Status of Jatropha cultivation in IndiaEtail Sarmah and Bedanga Bordoloi 24 Dryland farming issues and strategiesVS Ramakrishna and B Venkateswarlu 25 Development of dryland agriculture in IndiaB Hemalatha and YVR Reddy D Status of agriculture productivity in India 26 Boosting agriculture productivitySukhjinder Singh 27 Strategies for achieving sustainable growth in agricultureT Nanda Kumar 28 Agricultural productivity investment in research and rural infrastructure neededAmrit Patel 29 Efforts to revitalize the agriculture sectorYashbir Singh Shivay and Anshu Rahal 30 Agriculture and crop insurance in India an overviewKC Mishra and KK Tripathy 31 Measuring productivity in Indian agricultureGP Dang 32 Rural aquaculture the corridor for rural developmentBiswa Ranjan Samantaray and Chinmayee Priyadarshini Khuntia 33 Enhancing rural farm resources through seed productionN Manohar Reddy K Radhika and GP Sunandini 34 Rubber cultivation in TriupraSanjoy Roy 35 Rubber cultivation in TripuraSanjoy Roy 36 Information technology and its impact on agriculture productivityHC Purohit E 36 Role of fertilizersSurinder Sud 37 Zincated urea a new value added fertilizer for enhanced productivityYS Shivay and Dinesh Kumar 38 Farmers? organisation and turnover programmeMamata Swein and Murtyunjay Swain 39 Integrated farming Boon for small and marginal farmersPramod Kumar Panda 40 Conservation farming for sustainable developmentGP Reddy 41 Agricultural insurance in India effectual roadmapRajiv Kumar Sionha 42 Traditional water management system exploring AharsDN Koul G Neelam and N Choudhary 43 Artificial rainmakingNeeraj Kumar 44 Rain water harvestingAbhishek Swami and Kamal Kishore 45 Agricultural renewal and prosperityMS Swaminathan 46 Indian agriculture retrospect and prospectsBB Sahoo 47 Problems and prospects of agriculture in IndiaB Hemalatha and YVR Reddy IndexThe book Rural Infrastructure Irrigation has been designed to provide feed bank to the readers The volume has been made of papers contributed by distinguished personalities researchers and consultants 387 pp. Seller Inventory # 99502

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Sabita Tripathy and Nanda Kishore Mishra

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ISBN 10: 9352073029 ISBN 13: 9789352073023

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About this Item: Authorspress, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Sri Aurobindo preached the doctrine of divinity in the motherland and stressed the need for awakening the spirit of the masses. He vehemently opposed the elitist programme of the Indian National Congress and adopted the programme of mass boycott to counter the dual policy of the colonial administration in granting concession on the one hand and ruthlessly suppressing the growth of nationalism in India on the other. In Bande Mataram he fearlessly condemned the hypocritical behaviour, policies, strategies, rules and reforms framed by the colonial government as instances of ‘gross ingratitude’. His political speeches and journalistic writings not only challenged but also tried to subvert and undermine the ruling ideologies, ordinances, acts and policies with a view to overthrowing the hierarchies of the colonised and the coloniser. While registering his protest and resistance, he employed satiric techniques such as the process of diminution by witty juxtaposition and the establishment of unequal equation of the dignified with the admittedly trivial or undignified. Not only did the British rulers but also the leaders of the Moderate group in the Congress came under the scythe of his satiric writings. The present study makes a modest attempt to situate Sri Aurobindo’s political writings published in the journal Bande Mataram in the context of its time and suggests that the text admirably addresses contemporary concerns and issues. In fact, Sri Aurobindo’s Bande Mataram initiates a strong anti-colonial oppositional discourse, very much set against the divisive politics of the colonial administration and emerges as a reference point to draw sustenance in our time. Seller Inventory # 119056

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

Published by APH (2012)

ISBN 10: 8170246768 ISBN 13: 9788170246763

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About this Item: APH, 2012. figs, tables (illustrator). Contents Preface 1 Research trends in rhizobial nitrogen fixationPran K Chakrabartty and Anup K Halder 2 Ecology of legume root nodule bacteriaKK Kapoor and SS Dudeja 3 Taxo-ecological studies of coprophilous fungi--a reviewRajee N Kumar Rama Pasricha Narendra Singh and KG Mukerji 4 Microbial biomass and activity in tropical agroecosystems under different cropping practicesN Behera and Pramila Prasad 5 Community structure of soil oribatida of a young rubber plantation and an adjacent wasteland in Tripura IndiaTanmay Bhattacharya and Prabir Chakraborti 6 Ecological studies on soil mites ACARI in India a reviewAK Sanyal 7 Species composition distribution and seasonal variation of Collembola in two agroecosystems of BhubaneswarBC Guru and AK Mohanty 8 Enchytraeid fauna of the shore of Lake BalatonKlaro Dozsa-Farkas 9 The distribution of earthworms Annelida Oligochaeta in North AmericaJohn W Reynolds 10 Development of vermiculture technology in Karnataka stateRadha K Kale 11 Phytosociology and earthworm production in the ground floor of casuarina and cocoanut plantations in coastal OrissaMalaya K Misra and Manasi Ray 12 Plant litter decomposition and soil respiration in the natural and cultivated grassland ecosystems at Kangpokpi ManipurP Yadava NS Thoudam and T Paukhanmang 13 Ecobiology of marine cyanobacteriaG Subramanian and N Thajuddin 14 Phosphorus in aquatic systems an overviewBB Jana and SK Das 15 Interrelationships of phyto-and zoo-plankton in Indian wetlandsAshok K Pandit 16 Production and seasonality of dominant macrophyte-Eichhornia crassipes and associated epiphytic macro-invertebrates of a freshwater bodyMP Sinha Ratna Sinha M Phillip and SK Bose 17 Interference and exploitation competition in larval Bufo marinusRoss A Alford 18 Floodplain fisheries of IndiaYS Yadava 19 Energetics of the larval anurans a review of strategies employedAshok Kumar Hota 20 Effect of environmental factors in the pineal gland function of certain tropical animalsN Saxena MP Sinha and PN Mehrotra 21 Ecological studies of Orissan forests from Eastern GhatsS Basu HP Dani and DP Pati 22 Eco-development a comparative study of two villages of rural Orissa IndiaAditya Kishore Dash and Arttabandhu Mishra 23 Mangrove ecosystem and its biodiversity in Orissa coast with special reference to BhitarkanikaCS Kar and GR Satpathy 24 Sustainable development in the Himalaya--a nebulous goalKG Saxena and KS Rao 25 Ensheathed cyanobacteria as indicator of polluted watersSiba Prasad Adhikary 26 Herbicide toxicity in vitro effects of some herbicides on chloroplasts isolated from Cyperus rotundus LTV Rao and Tribhuban Panda 27 Impact of NPK fertilisation on population biology of tropical earthworms in cane sugar fieldSK Sahu PK Dash and U Nag 28 Some aspects of cadmium toxicity on the vitellogenesis in a hillstream teleost Garra mullya SykesEhsan A Khan and MP Sinha 29 Environmental epidemiology of Tirumala and Tirupati pilgrim towns NV Nanda Kumar DM Backiyavathy E Prabhakar and M Dhananjaya Naidu 30 Biological methods of wastewater treatmentPC Mishra 31 Our life style environment and mutagenesisRK Das 32 Species composition and seasonality in soil-surface arthroprod populations in two upland agro-ecosystems of NagalandM Vikram Reddy and M Alemia Ao 33 Ecology of some fast growing nitrogen fixing trees in IndiaRS Ambasht Alok K Srivastava and NK Ambasht 34 Eco-toxicological effects of mercury on freshwater fishAK Panigrahi A Sahu and NBK Choudhury 35 Ecotoxicological studies on aquatic algae a reviewSC Santra and S DanDuring 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 ie environmental science Because of the interdisciplinary nature of the subject sometimes it becomes difficult for a studentteacherscientist to keep track on the ongoing research in the field The aim of the present book is to provide its readers an acqua. Seller Inventory # 100138

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Aditya Kishore Dash and Mira Das

Published by Daya Publishing House (2015)

ISBN 10: 9351243362 ISBN 13: 9789351243366

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About this Item: Daya Publishing House, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. 1. Metals and fluoride dynamics in fly ash mound under plantation/P.C. Mishra, A.S.P. Mishra and Suraj Tandon. 2. Predicting the fate of pesticides in multimedia environmental using level IV fugacity model: a case study of Kelowna (BC)/Sarah Moffat, Amin Zargar and Rehan Sadiq. 3. Effectiveness of simultaneous adsorption and biodegradation over individual processes for reduction of cyanide from effluents/Rajesh Roshan Dash, Chandrajit Balomajumder and Rakesh Roshan Dash. 4. Water pollution, wastewater management practices and regulatory mechanism in India/Akhila Kumar Swar. 5. Sequencing batch reactor (SBR) technology for treatment of slaughterhouse wastewater/Pradyut Kundu and Somnath Mukherjee. 6. Algae of chilika lagoon: a documentation after opening of the new mouth/D. Mohanty, S.K. Das and S.P. Adhikary. 7. Sea level rise due to climate change/S.N. Das. 8. Harvesting nutrients from water using bio-coagulant/Narendra Kumar Sahoo, Sumedha Nanda Sahu, S. Sharma and S.N. Naik. 9. Predicting discolouration potential in water distribution networks: an index-based approach/Paul Chadwick, Alex Francisque, Andrew Heather, Philip Selby and Rehan Sadiq. 10. Nutrient removal from domestic wastewater: an environmental biotechnology approach/Prangya Ranjan Rout, Rajesh Roshan Dash and Puspendu Bhunia. 11. Adsorption of reactive red 120 from aqueous solution by locally available modified adsorbents/Pramit Sarkar, Akshaya Kumar Verma, Puspendu Bhunia and Rajesh Roshan Dash. 12. Impact of mercury contained effluent and reclamation of mercury contaminated environment by a cyanobacterium/Alaka Sahu and A.K. Panigrahi. 13. Heavy metal concentration through idol immersion activities: a case study of river Budhabalanga, Balasore, Odisha/Tanuja Panigrahi, Bita Mohanty and R.B. Panda. 14. Treatment of municipal wastewater in UASB reactors: an introspection/P.K. Behera, S.S. Pati and S.K. Sahu. 15. Aspects and prospects of traditional knowledge, religion and culture in forest ecosystem engineering: a case study/Ambarish Mukherjee. 16. In vitro solubilization of inorganic phosphate by phosphate solubilizing microorganisms (PSM) from rice rhizosphere/Ranjita Panda, Siba P. Panda, C.R. Panda and R.N. Kar. 17. Seasonal variation of soil respiration in the control and dumping sites of NACs and municipality of Balasore District, Odisha, India/S.C. Pradhan and R.C. Sahoo. 18. Atrazine toxicity alters the activities of antioxidative enzymes and increases lipid peroxidation level in germinating Mung bean seeds/Surjendu Kumar Dey and Swarna Prasanti Pradhan. 19. Assessing the impact of open cast mines on surrounding land use pattern: a case study from Keonjhar District of Odisha, India/Himansu Sekhar Patra and Kabir Mohan Sethy. 20. Environmental assessment of marine ornamental fishes in the gulf of mannar biosphere reserve, Southeast Coast of India/Manish Kumar, B. Anjan Kumar Prusty and T.T. Ajith Kumar. 21. Bioindicators and biomarkers of soil contamination: earthworms and microorganisms as models/C.S.K. Mishra, Snehasis Mishra, D.K. Bastia and Swetalina Acharya. 22. Ascertain genetic diversity of artemisia annua adapted to Harsh environment of Ladakh using RAPD and ISSR molecular markers/Pradeep Kumar Naik and Aditya Kishore Dash. 23. Monitoring morphological changes in a coastal environment: a case study along the coastal tract of Odisha with special reference to the Mahanadi river Mouth using remote sensing and GIS/G.K. Panda. 24. Electrochemical methods for the treatment of high COD loaded industrial effluent and their complete removal/S.C. Mallik, B.C. Tripathy and N.N. Das. 25. Ambient air quality around OCL India limited at Rajganpur, Odisha, India/Sanjat K. Sahu, A. Mishra and Aditya Kishore Dash. 26. Changes in physico-chemical characteristics of soil following application of rice mill wastewater under field irrigation conditions/Abanti Pradhan, Sanjat K. Sahu and Aditya Kishore Dash. 27. Study of effluent treatmen. Seller Inventory # 113849

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Nanda Kishore Mishra

Published by Authors Press (2008)

ISBN 10: 8172733836 ISBN 13: 9788172733834

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