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M A Khan

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M A Khan

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M.A. Khan

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About this Item: APH Publishing Corporation, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. First edition. A worldwide attention is sharply focussed, nowadays, on seeking ways of achieving the efficient and equitable use of Water resources. The food security concerns obviously stem from looming threat of water scarcity. Effective management of water resources merits a Holistic approach, linking socio-economic development with the protection of Natural ecosystems. The book, compendium of well researched relevant contributions by distinguished expert specialists, addresses, inter alia, the absorbing Topics on Agriculture and Environmental threat of water scarcity, techniques of water management of field crops, remote sensing in Crop water management, Soil and water conservation, ecological vulnerability of Wetland ecosystems, Adoption of micro-irrigation system for efficient water management and increasing farm productivity; water resources management and climate, phenomenon of muddy precipitation in Himalayan region, and Pollution of water bodies, The book will be of interest to a wide readership including researchers, scientists, academicians, engineers, planners, policy-makers eco-technologists and environmentalists. Printed Pages: 304. Seller Inventory # 36186BV

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M A Khan

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N.V. Patil , B.K. Mathur , A.K. Patel , M. Patidar & A.C. Mathur (Eds)

Published by Scientific Publishers (2012)

ISBN 10: 8172336470ISBN 13: 9788172336479

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Recurrent droughts in arid and semi arid regions of the country leads to feed scarcity situations affecting livestock production. Livestock remains a major economic base of farmers when crops are lost in drought, This book attempts to address the issue of management in terms of feeding livestock for production and health in drought period. The chapters included in the book elucidates the management of feeding, feed resources, production and health so as to make the livestock production economical. It is hoped that the compilation will prove useful for the researchers, planners and policy makers to understand the causes for the loss of productivity and health of livestock in drier regions and help in devising management plans towards sustenance and improvement of production. The contributions from the researchers and experts from National Research Institutions, Government organizations and Universities working in the dry areas will be useful to all concerned, including the professionals of animal husbandry. Contents: FEEDING MANAGEMENT 1 Feeding practices of livestock during drought conditions-importance of feed supplements - B.K. Mathur 2 Feeding of Buffaloes in arid and semi arid regions - B.S. Punia and P.C. Lailer 3 Advances in balanced feeding of Camel for its optimum draught potential - G.R. Purohit 4 Supplementary feed blocks and nutrient mixture-An approach for balanced feeding during droughts - H.C. Bohra 5 Drought: Impact on agriculture and livestock, major nutritional strategies to overcome ill effects in livestock - N.V. Patil 6 Complete feed and fodder blocks - A strategic approach to combat feed stress situations - P.C. Lailer 7 Importance of rumen manipulations towards improving production efficiency of animals in drought situation - S.S. Paul 8 Feed processing as complete feed block for sustainable animal production in arid and semi arid regions - Tribhuwan Sharma FEED RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 9 Processing and conservation of feed resources for livestock feeding during drought - Harpal Singh 10 Weeds as a source of fodder in hot arid zone-A review - J.P. Singh, B.K. Mathur, V.S. Rathore and R.K. Beniwal 11 Role of remote sensing in mapping grazing resources - J.R. Sharma and S. Pathak 12 Multipurpose trees as alternate feed resources for better livestock production in dry areas particularly in arid zone - L.N. Harsh 13 Silvipastoral approach to combat fodder crises during drought - M. Patidar 14 Propagation and management of grasses of arid zone - M.P. Rajora 15 Drought resistant grasses and weed resources for feeding animals - Manjit Singh 16 Feed and management in arid region - Pratap Narain 17 Shrub and legume based pastures for sustainable animal production - problems and prospects - T.K. Bhati PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT 18 Management of shelter for amelioration of environment stress for optimum production - A.K. Patel 19 Management and feeding of sheep during limited feed resources - B.S. Rajpurohit 20 Extension interventions in transfer of animal husbandry technologies relevant to drought prone areas - M.K. Mandape 21 Potable and hypersaline water use efficiencies in arid livestock - M.S. Khan 22 Role of probiotics in improving livestock productivity - P.P. Rohilla 23 Improvement of sheep productivity in arid region - S.A. Karim and A.K. Shinde 24 Drought adapted breeds of livestock - S.K. Kaushish HEALTH MANAGEMENT 25 Impact of drought on reproduction and fertility in Animals - Alok Chand Mathur 26 Livestock management during drought - A.K. Gahlot 27 Diagnostic approach for the livestock affected drought situation - B.R.J. Mathur 28 Diseases management and control in ruminants in Arid region - S. Kachhawaha, N.V. Patil, A.K. Gahlot, B.K. Mathur and A.C. Mathur 29 Animal Insurance -A financial safeguard to livestock owners during natural calamities - V.S. Shekhawat Printed Pages: 336. Seller Inventory # 64957BV

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M A Khan

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About this Item: APH, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. I. Water resources management and agricultural production 1. Agriculture and the looming environmental threat of water scarcity/Anwar Alam and M.A. Khan. 2. Water Resources Management and agricultural production in Jammu and Kashmir State/M. Sayeed. 3. Concept and techniques of surface water management in field crops/K.N. Singh. 4. Water Resources Management an appraisal of Irrigation Project Zainageer Canal Kashmir/Nisar Ali. II. Technological applications and water management 5. Application of Remote Sensing in crop water management/Lekh Chand Raihana H. Kanth P.A. Khan K.N. Singh and B.A. Khanday. 6. Soil and water conservation in situ and innovative technique/S.D. Swatantra. 7. Conjunctive use of water resource in Kashmir Valley/A.H. Zargar M.A. Khan and Shakeel A. Bhat. 8. Management of forest watershed for production options and strategies/M.S. Malik. III. Anthropogenic pressures and vulnerability water ecosystems 9. Ecological vulnerability of Kashmir Valley flood plain wetland ecosystem hydrological regime and sedimentation flux/M.A. Khan. 10. Anthropogenic pressures and conservation of Dal Lake Kashmir/T.A. Kanth and G.M. Rather. 11. Status paper on management and conservation of Wular Lake Kashmir/Shahnayaz Naqashbandi and Gurcharan Singh. 12. Studies on nitrogen sequestration in Hokersar Wetland of Kashmir Himalaya/M.A. Khan and M.A. Shah. IV. Irrigation systems and crop productivity 13. Micro irrigation and Fertigation in fruit trees issues and strategies/K.D. Farooqui M.A. Dalal and Khalid M. Bhat. 14. Efficient water management and increasing farm productivity by adopting micro irrigation system/Jagvir Dixit N.C. Shahi and Gyanendra Singh. 15. Drip irrigation an overview/M. Feza Ahmad and Nawsheeba Wani. 16. Optimal irrigation scheduling under limited water resources/Junaid N. Khan and Tahir Waheed. 17. Optimal water allocation for fruit crops by micro irrigation system under temperate conditions/Junaid N. Khan K.M. Bhat and Raihana H. Kanth. V. Water resources and climate change 18. Water resources management and climate change/S. Shahnawaz Bukhari and M.A. Khan. 19. Precipitation forecast verification analysis for Kashmir Valley/Raihana H. Kanth M.H. Shah and Badrul Hassan. 20. Muddy precipitation phenomenon spells environmental pollution in Kashmir Himalaya/F.A. Lone and M.A. Khan. VI. Water pollution and environmental health risk 21. Isolation of Escherichia coli O157 A hidden killer from water/M.M. Willayat G.N. Sheikh and Asifa Nabi. 22. Pollution in water bodies of Kashmir a review/G.M. Wani K.N. Singh Qaisar Ah. Kundangar and F.A. Naik. 23. Impact of Nitrogenous fertilizer on ground water/J.K. Singh N.C. Shahi and K.N. Singh. A worldwide attention is sharply focussed nowadays on seeking ways of achieving the efficient and equitable use of water resources. The food security concerns obviously stem from looming threat of water scarcity. Effective management of water resources merits a holistic approach linking socio economic development with the protection of natural ecosystems. The book compendium of well researched relevant contributions by distinguished expert specialists addresses inter alia the absorbing topics on agriculture and environmental threat of water scarcity techniques of water management of field crops remote sensing in crop water management soil and water conservation ecological vulnerability of wetland ecosystems adoption of micro irrigation system for efficient water management and increasing farm productivity water resources management and climate phenomenon of muddy precipitation in Himalayan region and pollution of water bodies. The book will be of interest to a wide readership including researchers scientists academicians engineers planners policy makers eco technologists and environmentalists. 288 pp. Seller Inventory # 66950

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Amod Sharma and Ravishankar Kumar Singh

Published by Abhijeet Pub, New Delhi (2007)

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About this Item: Abhijeet Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Rain water harvesting techniques for increasing crop production in Nagaland/A.K. Verma. 2. Prospect and constraint of fish production under the rainfed condition of Nagaland/Sharma A. Kalita D.C. Singh A.K. Nakhro R and V.B. Sharma. 3. Performance of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum L.) as influenced by transplanting times and cultivation methods/Naresh Babu. 4. Alternate cropping system of Nagaland in North East Region of India/Amod Sharma Sharma Anamika and S.K. Sharma. 5. Dynamics of ecosystem and its pyramidical system/Amod Sharma. 6. Impact of livestock resources to uplift the economy of rural dairy farmers of KOMUL/Nizamuddin and A. Sharma. 7. Constraints of Oyster Mushroom cultivation in Nagaland/Sharma A. Jha K.K. Kalita D.C. Nizamuddin and Upadhyay D.N. 8. Bukhari an alternative to conventional method of brooding in remote and rural areas/R.K. Chaurasia B. Prakash and V.B. Sharma. 9. Comparative study of mash vs. Pellet feeding on the performance of broiler chicken under cage system/Nizamuddin and A.K. Singh. 10. Constraints and prioritization of strategies of agricultural development in Nagaland/Kalita D.C. Singh A.K. Sharma A. and Nakhro R. 11. Crossability relationships among Cajanus species/Jogendra Singh and G.C. Bajpai. 12. Efficacy of biocontrol agents and chemical fertilizers for control of while Moul of French Bean/N. Tiameren Ao K.N. Bhagabati A.K. Phookan B.C. Das and M.C. Talukdar. 13. Water management for effective crop production in Northeastern Hilly Region/R.C. Nayak and Sewak Ram. 14. Variability and character association in various rice ecotypes/Chaturvedi H.P. and D.M. Maurya. 15. Relevance of indigenous farming system in solving food security problem a case study of Phek District/A.K. Tripathi K.K. Datta D.K. Sonowal and A.K. Khan. 16. Constraints faced by lowland Paddy cultivators in Dimapur District of Nagaland/K.K. Jha. 17. Relevance of Jhum cultivation in Nagaland/K.K. Jha. 18. Technology for improving agricultural productivity in Nagaland/Supong Keitzar. 19. Effect of simulated erosion and nitrogen levels on the uptake of N P and K and Yield of upland rice/Manoj Dutta Zakir Hussain and B.S. Chauhan. 20. Constraints of crop production in Nagaland/M.K. Singh. 21. Constraints faced by the Mushroom growers of Dimapur District of Nagaland/Tzudir Bendangmenla Sharma A. Kalita D.C. and Sharma Y.K. 22. Soil conservation and its fertility management systems practice of sloping land in Northeast India/Sapu Changkija. 23. Performance of Maize (Zea mays L.) under various nutrient management practices on terraced land/Sewak Ram B.S. Chauhan and Manoj Dutta. 24. Integrated nutrient management and sustainable agriculture an overview/A.K. Singh P.K. Singh and S.K. Sharma. 25. Zabo and Alder agriculture indigenous farming systems of Nagaland/S.D. Rao Anamika Sharma Chandan Rajkhowa and Joseph Kikon. 26. Regulated market in India/Bendangmenla Tzudir. 27. Evaluation of fungicides in vitro against the growth of cercospora capsici the casual organism of Chilli leaf spot disease/Ruokuovilie Mezhatsu L. Daiho and D.N. Upadhyay. 28. Evaluation of fungicides in vitro against the growth of colletotrichum capsici the casual organism of Chilli fruit rot disease/Ruokuovilie Mezhatsu L. Daiho and D.N. Upadhyay. 29. Screening of chilli cultivars against leaf spot and fruit rot diseases caused by Cercospora capsici and colletotrichum capsici/Ruokuovilie Mezhatsu L. Daiho and D.N. Upadhyay. 30. Studies on management of fruit rot of Chilli (Capsicum annuum L.)/Ruokuovilie Mezhatsu L. Daiho and D.N. Upadhyay. 31. Studies on management of cercospora leaf spot of chilli (Capsicum annuum L.) with systemic and non systemic fungicides/Ruokuovilie Mezhatsu L. Daiho and D.N. Upadhyay. 32. An analysis of marketed surplus of rice in Assam/D.C. Kalita B.C. Bhowmick R.S. Saikia and C. Hazarika. 33. Role of biofertilizers in crop production/R.P. Singh. 34. Alder based Jhum cultivation in Nagaland/Sentinungba L. Seller Inventory # 64864

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S C Kalwar; R D Gurjar; M L Sharma; M K Khandelwal and S K Wadhawan

Published by Concept, New Delhi (2005)

ISBN 10: 8180690288ISBN 13: 9788180690280

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About this Item: Concept, New Delhi, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Introduction. I. Geomorphic process 1. Sand Dunes of Thar desert relevance of processes and morphology in sand control measures/Amal Kar. 2. Meandering and cut off of the river Bhagirathi/S.R. Basu Anasuya Ghosh and Sunil Kumar De. 3. Combating desertification in dry agro ecological region of cold desert using RS and FIS a case study of Fast and Micro Watershed Ladakh District J & K/P.S. Dhinwa Ajai and Mayank Bhavsar. 4. Neotectonic activity and seismicity in and around Sambhar lake Rajasthan/J.K. Sharma and M.L. Sharma. 5. Flood and water logging problem in Hanumangarh District Rajasthan/S.C. Kalwar H.V. Sharma and Avinash. 6. Spatial pattern of land degradation in the northern highlands of Orissa/Punyatoya Patra and Baleswar Thakur. 7. Interpretation of ravine land in sub watersheds of the Morel River Rajasthan/R.D. Doi. II. Applied geomorphology 8. Geomorphology in the appraisal and integration of natural resources for sustainable land use planning in an arid environment/Surendra Singh. 9. Applied geomorphological study on eastern coastal zone with particular reference to the Sundarbans India/S.C. Mukhopadhyay. 10. Hydro geomorphological and arable land use characteristics with the aid of satellite data for sustainable development a case study of Jhunjhunu District Rajasthan/Ripunjaya Singh. 11. Aestheticism and landscapes a few issues concerning the scenic evaluation of landforms for recreation a study of Khammam District/S. Padmaja and G. Somiah. 12. Perspective of land resource development in Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh problems and prospects/S.K. Sharma. 13. Settlements distribution and their correlation with morphometric attributes in the Parbati Basin South East Rajasthan/L.C. Agrawal. III. Environmental change 14. Understanding future dry land environmental changes from past dynamics an overview/S.K. Wadhawan and A.K. Singhvi. 15. Geomorphological indicators of climate change/Savindra Singh. 16. Greenhouse effect global warming and climate change/T.I. Khan. 17. Potential threats of acid rain on plants/Azra Akhtar and Kalyan Hironi. IV. Environmental impact and sustainability 18. Environmental impact assessment as a tool for environmental management/Santosh Shukla. 19. Impact of urbanization on the environs of Ajmer City/D.N. Sathi. 20. Environmental aspects of mining in Meghalaya/R.K. Rai. 21. Environmental impact assessment a special reference to Kota thermal power station/B.L. Sharma L.C. Agarwal and Pooja Paur. 22. Geoenvironment and its influence on social factors a case study of a rural and an urban area on West Bengal/Jayanti Das and Lakshmi Sivaramakrishnan. 23. Natural Resource Management for sustainable development causes and concerns/S. Padmaja and Kausalya Ramachandran. 24. Re evaluating the sustainability of irrigated agriculture in Arid zones a case study of Indira Gandhi Nahar Pariyojana/Rajesh Bhakar. 25. Ground water quality of various villages near a fertilizer plant in Kota and Baran Districts/Meenakshi Vijay Suresh C. Sharma Ashu Rani and Kalyan M. Hironi. 26. Influence of water availability on poverty in India/R.B. Singh and S. Sen Roy. 27. Utility of integrated approach of ground water management in depleted areas for sustainable development/D.D. Ozha and F.M. Golani. V. Biodiversity 28. Desert National Park A unique biosphere reserve for conservation and development of biodiversity in India/Ved Prakash Meena. 29. Pesticides are killing our birds/Prakash P. Bakre. This volume provides a cogent account of ongoing research in the field of geomorphology and environmental studies in India. It highlights salient features of geomorphic processes applied geomorphology environmental changes environmental impact and sustainability and biodiversity in Indian sub continent. The research papers of this volume will be of use for earth scientists geographers and scientists in allied disciplines. 366 pp. Seller Inventory # 55178

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R K Trivedy and Sadhana Sharma

Published by BS Pub, Hyderabad (2005)

ISBN 10: 8178000903ISBN 13: 9788178000909

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About this Item: BS Pub, Hyderabad, 2005. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Removal of heavy metals by wetlands/Himanshu Joshi and Md. Shafiqul Islam. 2. Phytoremediation of metals by Azolla Rubra/K.J. Shiny K.N. Remani E. Nirmala and V.K. Sasidharan. 3. Phytoremediation of heavy metal contaminated soils role of natural and synthetic chelatins/Moyukh Ghosh and S.P. Singh. 4. Modelling of air lift bio reactor with external magnetic field/Amit K. Harode Rahul A. Patil R.L. Sonolikar and S.L. Pandharipande. 5. Chemical composition of vermicompost and vermimeal (biomass) produced by the epigeic earthworm eisenia foetida in semiarid region of Karnataka/Pulikeshi M. Biradar and S.D. Amoji. 6. Phytoremediation of RDX to HMX by ophiophogon blackei and lycopersicon sps/Sarvar Khan Satinder K. Brar and Kshipra Misra. 7. Use of phosphate solubilizing bacteria for supplementing. Phosphorus in transplanted rice/P.K. Deka and H.C. Bhattacharyya. 8. An underground daily fed field plant for biogas production from undiluted cattle dung/R.K. Malik. 9. Removal of Chromium (VI) by natural renewable resources/R.K. Srivastava A.K. Ayachi and Mona Mishra. 10. Micro organisms and their role in phosphate solubilization/H.C. Lakshman P.A. Hosamani and L.B. Kadam. 11. Plants for bioremediation of contaminated land/Moyukh Ghosh and S.P. Singh. 12. Vermicomposting of kitchen wastes/A.K. Sannigrahi and S. Chakrabortty. 13. Chromium uptake by rice potential for phytoremediation of contaminated chromite mine environment/S. Sayed B.N. Sahoo and H.K. Patra. 14. Cyanobacteria (Blue Green Algae) biofertilizer for rice/Siba P. Adhikary. 15. Waste management by vermiculture at global level using earthworms/R.K. Srivastava and Purnima A. Beohar. 16. Biosorption of heavy metals by microbes (a review)/Indu Bajwa and Anjali Pandey. 17. Legumes importance in the revegetation of overburden dumps/Kumar Nikhil. 18. Anaerobic treatment a method for deinking news paper waste/Pradnya Navalkar and R.H. Balasubramanya. 19. Enrichment of lignocellulosic materials with microbial proteins by solid state fermentation an inexpensive method of preparing cattle feed/A.A. Kathe and R.H. Balasubramanya. 20. Phyto remediation of organic pollutants/Jitender Sharma Vikram Saini Avtar Singh and Narender Singh. 21. Phytoremediation of soil contaminated with heavy metals/Rajesh Kumar Jitender Sharma and Parshant Gaur. 22. Sludge Granulation Processes in Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB) reactors/Jitender Sharma Avtar Singh and Rajesh Kumar. 23. Biodegradation of lignin a search for valuable products/P. Malliga and V. Viswajith. 24. Enzymatic cotton delinting an attempt to utilize linters as a byproduct/R.B. Somani V.R. Gupta and Ritu Thakare. 25. A review of phytoremediation technology a quest for clean and green environment/Satinder K. Brar Surekha Parthasarathy and Kshripa Misra. 26. Bioaerosols in environmental perspective/P. Chandra Mouli S. Jayarama Reddy and S. Venkata Mohan. 27. Eco friendly utilization of biocolours as a redeemer to curb artificial dye pollution/K. Mallika and A. Lakshmanan. 28. Studies on phytoremediation of soil contaminated with nitro compounds/Sarvar Khan S.K. Singh and Satinder K. Brar. 29. Biopesticides use a future trend in agriculture/M.H. Fulekar. 30. Use of earthworms for sound environment and sustainable agriculture/P.K. Deka H.C. Bhattacharya and S.K. Paul. 31. Removal and reuse of iron from industrial waste waters using microorganisms/Asha Lata Singh and P.N. Sarmac. 32. Chemical composition of vermicompost and vermimeal (biomass) produced by the epigeic earthworm eisenia foetida in semiarid region of Karnataka/Pulikeshi M. Biradar and S.D. Amoji. 33. Biofouling and marine environmental biotechnology/V. Wilsanand. 34. Periodic discontinuous biological operation to enhance process efficiency of wastewater remediation/S. Venkata Mohan N. Chandrasekhara Rao and P.N. Sharma. 35. Water hyacinth a green tool for the sustainable development of coalfield areas/Kumar Nikhil. 36. Identifying specialist microbial cultures. Seller Inventory # 58940

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S M Rashid; M Ishtiaq; Haseena Hashia and Atiqur Rahman

Published by Rawat, New Delhi (2008)

ISBN 10: 8131601137ISBN 13: 9788131601136

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About this Item: Rawat, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface/Majid Husain a profile. I. Environment 1. Population environment and sustainable development/M. Safi. 2. Efficacy of remote sensing in monitoring and management of environment and the natural resources in Ethiopia/S.M. Rashid. 3. Some perspectives on environmental degradation and conservation/R. Sahu. 4. Environmental acts and policies in India an appraisal of evolution and implementation/Surya Kant. 5. Human induced ecological problems a case study of Dal Lake/Haseena Hashia and Javeed Ahmad Rather. 6. Indoor noise pollution and its impact on the households a study of growing Urban Centre Aligarh/Atiqur Rahman. II. Human resources 7. Tourism and development a human centred approach/Tej Vir Singh. 8. Sustainability of the Jhumias of North East India a case study/Abha Lakshmi Singh and Mohd. Baharuddin Shah. 9. Trends of development in linguistic geography/M. Ishtiaq. 10. Emerging structure of urbanization and socio economic attributes of urban population in Western Himalaya (2001)/K.D. Sharma. 11. Patterns of rural out migration a geographical study of Kosi Plain Bihar/V.N.P. Sinha and M. Nazim. 12. Urban fertility in the region on sluggish fertility transition in India a case study of Raipur City/H.S. Gupta and A. Baghel. 13. Women participation in dairying/M.K. Khandelwal. III. Land resources 14. Environmental implications of the Green Revolution a case of the Indian Punjab/Dhian Kaur Ghuman. 15. Sustainable development of agriculture in India with reference to Eastern Rajasthan/S.C. Kalwar and Rohit Kumar. 16. Richard Hartshorne's contribution to the field of agricultural geography/Mumtaz Khan. 17. Appraisal and conservation of water resources in India/M.B. Singh. 18. Effects of irrigation on agricultural transformation in Punjab 1951 2001/K.S. Sohal. 19. The Indira Gandhi Canal Project a critical review of the institutional arrangements for resource management/H.S. Sharma. 20. Institutional changes and agricultural development in West Bengal a retrospect/Sumanta Chattaraj. 21. Cropping pattern ranking and intensity in Rohilkhand Region/Het Ram Singh and Indu Singh Rajput. 22. Size distribution of urban centres of Northeast Region of India/A.C. Mohapatra. 23. Chandigarh the new capital city of North Western India establishment an consequential growth related problems/Yadvinder Singh and Upinder Sawhney. 24. Spatial analysis of forest resources and biodiversity in Rajasthan state a case study/S. Hasan Ansari. Contributors. The concern about the environment and its protection is a major issue today the world over. An unprecedented rate of population growth coupled with the overexploitation of the earth's limited resources is seen by many as factor in the degradation of all the ecosystems. It could be seen globally that the soil erosion has accelerated desertification is on increase and the massive deforestation has reduced the vegetation cover. The magnitude or degradation of environment and resources depletion has perturbed the people and the governments all over the world. The geographers have also shown their sensitivity towards environmental issues in both teaching and research. World Commission on Environment and Development is also taking up the concerted efforts in promoting global cooperation for the protection of environment as a precondition towards sustainable development. Recognizing the need for both short term and long term strategies for the monitoring and management of the environment and natural resources the present volume brings together 24 papers divided into three sections viz environment human resources and land resources written by eminent geographers and environmentalists. Students research scholars professionals and citizens concerned with the state of our global environment will find this book useful and interesting. 430 pp. Seller Inventory # 69898

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About this Item: Agrobios, 2011. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents 1 Remote sensing in watershed delineation characterisation and developmentNK Kalra 2 Delineation of watershedPC Moharana 3 Applications of remote sensing and geographical information system for prioritisation of watershedMA Khan 4 Index catchment approach for area developmentNS Vangani 5 Resource appraisal for land use planning in watershedBalak Ram 6 Rainwater management in watershedMA Khan 7 Cropping systems in watershed areasNL Joshi 8 Future and prospects of agroforestry in 2000 AD for the arid tropicsJP Gupta 9 Pasture improvement and management for enhancing grass production in a watershedKC Singh 10 Energy plantations and indigenous plants for watershed developmentSuresh Kumar 11 Soil conservation and water management techniquesKD Sharma 12 Integrated nutrient management in arid soilsPraveen Kumar and RK Aggarwal 13 Integrated pest management in the watershedSK Verma 14 Fuel wood and fodder farming in arid region of IndiaLN Harsh 15 Appropriate farm machinery and Solar energy utilization in a watershedHarpal Singh 16 Evaluation of plants of economic importance livestock productionHamid A Kahn 17 Livestock productionSK Kaushish 18 Economic aspect of watershed managementML Purohit 19 Convergence of services of integrated developmentManjit Singh 20 Analysis of production problemRP Singh 21 Community organisation and conflict managementLP Bharara 22 Project monitoring technique ? net work analysis PertCpmML Purohit 23 Facilitation skills for watershed development projectRN Singh 24 SWOT analysis of watershed management programmeML Purohit 25 Participatory approaches in transfer of technology for sustainability in agricultureKNK Chauhan 26 PRA techniques for watershed development programmesDC Joshi Subject index 258 pp. Seller Inventory # 94449

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Ali Mohammad; Abdul Munir Shamsul Haque Siddiqui and Rocket Ibrahim

Published by Concept, New Delhi (2006)

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About this Item: Concept, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I Introduction. I. Environment 1. Key note address/Mohammad Shafi. 2. Natural environment conservation management and Policies/Mehdi Momeni. 3. Water use and social organisation in the desert border of Iran the Zayandeh Rud River/S.H. Hossaini Abari. 4. Remote sensing and GIS based appraisal of wastelands for sustainable development a study of Barmer district (Rajasthan) India/Balak Ram Gheesa Lal and J.S. Chauhan. 5. ENSO impacts on drought occurrence in India/Tapeshwar Singh. 6. Response of ecological parameters on the agroecology a study of Himachal Pradesh India/Yasir Saeed Hanafi and Ahmad Mujtaba Siddiqui. 7. Impact of flood mitigation measures and strategy for sustainable development a study of Haryana India/G.S. Chauhan R.S. Sangwan and A.K. Srivastava. 8. Challenges of land degradation an Indian experience of conservation/Tapeshwar Singh. 9. Integrated evaluation of natural resources for sustainable development a study of Ghanpur area Nizamabad district Andhra Pradesh India/H.N. Misra and Archana Gupta. 10. Socio cultural and geo ecological dimensions of mining areas/M. Ahmad and Kumar Nikhil. 11. GIS and water quality management a study of Eastern Uttar Pradesh India/Rajanish Kumar. Vol. II Agriculture 12. Application of GIS technique for sustainable agricultural development in semi arid region a study of Bharatpur (Rajasthan) India/Saifuddin. 13. Geomorphic landforms of Iran from agricultural development perspective an assessment/Mohammad Jafar Zomorrodian. 14. Small farmer development strategies for the next millennium/K.V. Sundaram. 15. Potential zone for groundwater development in Chinar Basin Asadabad Hamedan Iran/A. Taheri Tizro. 16. New Technology and agricultural development a study of Dhaulpur (Rajasthan) India/S. Hasan Ansari. 17. Irrigation efficiency and sustainable agricultural productivity in Central Asian states/G.M. Mir. 18. Mechanical technology in farming by tribes a study of the Betul Chhindwara Plateau (Madhya Pradesh) India/D.D. Vishwakarma. 19. Human resource and agricultural development of Lumbini zone Nepal/S.B. Singh and B.R. Kareriya. 20. Resource potential in Central Asia/Abdul Rauf Shah. 21. Slope cultivation in the Pokhara Valley Nepal/M.P. Tripathi. 22. Marketing systems and its impact on market development a study of central development region of Nepal/Alpana Chandra Scott. 23. Agricultural marketing facilities through regulated markets in post independence India a geographical analysis/Nizamuddin Khan. 24. Regulated agricultural market in Lucknow (U.P.) India/R.S. Dixit. 25. Agricultural transformation and rural sustainability in a Himalayan watershed a study of Kullu Valley/R.B. Singh and D.K. Mishra. 26. Trends of agricultural development in U.P. Himalaya/Shamsul Haque Siddiqui Mumtaj Ahmed and Mohd. Taufique. 27. Relative deprivity among villages evolving a paradigm for measurement/Agha M.A. Siddiqui. 28. Regional disparities in agricultural productivity a study of Uttar Pradesh India/Abdul Munir and Mohd. Taufique. Vol. III Poverty 29. Variation in health pattern on the rural people in a segment of lower Ganga plain/B.R.K. Sinha and Sumanta Chatterjee. 30. Variation in education and utilisation pattern of the rural labour resource in Lower Ganga Plain/B.R.K. Sinha. 31. Rural poverty alleviation in Bashagard Iran/Sayed Hassan Hossaini Abari. 32. Population poverty and environment in Sistan and Baluchestan/Beik Mohammadi. 33. Role of cropping pattern in food security in Iran/Ahmad Ali Bozorgzad. 34. Economic development and its effective functions in population dispersion and migration Isfahan district specimen/Mehdi Momeni. 35. Challenges of poverty alleviation in Nepal Challenges ahead/Soorya Lal Amatya. 36. Poverty alleviation and integrated rural development programme a study/Rais Ahmad. 37. Problem of rural poverty and micro financing through SHGs/Rais Ahmad. 38. Land degradation and food security in Indo Gangetic plain of India a basic issue/Ali Mohammad S.W.A. As. Seller Inventory # 61621

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Ravishankar Kumar Singh

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About this Item: Abhijeet Pub, Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Vol. I Foreword. Preface. Introduction. I. Economy banking finance fiscal reforms IT power sector reforms agricultural reforms etc 1. India's economic reforms and liberalisation/Chandra Prakash Singh and Ranjan Kumar Sinha. 2. Globalisation a fresh wind of economic reforms/Krishna Nand Yadav. 3. Globalisation and Indian economy/Umesh Prasad. 4. The regional dimensions of poverty and economic reforms/D.N. Patil. 5. Crucial aspects of monetary management and economic reforms/R. Arunachalam. 6. Management of government finances in India in the context of economic reforms/M. Narasimhulu and K. Vijaya Laxmi. 7. Banking sector reforms in India a critical appraisal/L.D. Vaikunthe. 8. Banking and financial sector reforms progress impact and future agenda/P.N. Sharma T.K. Shandilya and Anju Kumari. 9. Interest rate reforms in India/Nisar Ahmad Khan. 10. Fiscal deficit of Tamil Nadu/K. Murugavelu. 11. Reforms in foreign exchange markets/B.M. Jani. 12. External sector reforms revisited/Bani Prasad Bhattacharyya. 13. Where do we stand in state level fiscal reforms in India. A tale of two states/Gautam Naresh. 14. Reforms in telecommunications sector some issues/V.S. Kulkarni. 15. Power sector Policies and perspectives in the post reform period/V.S. Kulkarni. 16. Indian agriculture emerging trends in international trade/Satish Shrivastav. 17. Impact of globalisation on Indian agriculture/K. Ramachandran. 18. Indian agriculture under globalization challenges ahead/Baij Nath Singh. Vol. II Foreword. Preface. II. Labour poverty alleviation employment sustainable development community welfare etc 19. Labour and economic reforms the emerging possibilities/Pranab Kumar Chattopadhyay. 20. Women in the emerging labour market in India a post reform analysis/Sabanna S. Talwar. 21. Changing levels of living in India in the 1990s/Debottom Chakraborty D.P. Pal and Jayanta Sen. 22. Employment poverty and development during economic reforms/Ram Naresh Thakur. 23. Impact of economic reforms on employment in India/Binod Choudhary. 24. Economic reforms and employment under liberalisation privatisation and globalisation policies in India/Tapan Kumar Shandilya. 25. Globalisation and IT intervention in local self governance/Biswajit Chatterjee and Dilip Kumar Ghosh. 26. Second generation reforms a people centric approach/L.P. Singh. 27. Changing structure of workforce and the tenth plan agenda for employment generation/Amalesh Banerjee. 28. Reservation yesterday today and tomorrow/M. Muthiah. 29. Sustainable growth and resource management/P.R. Bhatt. 30. Water a basic need of the community/K. Nageswara Rao. 31. Financial resource generation for technical institutes in India/I.P.S. Ahuja. III. Trade WTO IPR etc 32. Trade policy reforms and development an Indian perspective/Smriti Mukherjee. 33. Trade performance of Indian agriculture and economic reforms/M.S. Gupta. 34. WTO and agreement on agriculture/H.V. Jhamb. 35. Sanitary and phyto sanitary regulations WTO/H.V. Jhamb. 36. Mid term review of WTO in Indian context/Sita Ram Singh. 37. Relevance of World Trade Organisation (WTO) in India an overview/Mohan Prasad Shrivastava. 38. Managing intellectual property in borders in the WTO regime a big challenge/Mohan Prasad Shrivastava and Sita Ram Singh. 39. Reforms in intellectual property regimes with reference to India/S. Srinivasa Rao. Index. The economic reforms that began in India in 1991 heralded a major change in economic conditions in India that have affected its whole social fabric and changed the entire way in which its economy performs. At first these reforms were limited to the macroeconomic sphere but later they spread to the microeconomic or industrial structure of the Indian economy. The full extent and consequences of these reforms are not as yet widely appreciated. In fact every facet of Indian socio economic structure is being affected through all pervasive economic reforms. About forty eminent scholars from various backgrounds have contri. Seller Inventory # 52503

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Edited by P.K. Jain, B.S. Hansra, K.S. Chakraborty and Jayashree M. Kurup

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About this Item: Mittal, 2010. figs, tables (illustrator). Contents Preface 1 Sustainable food security--emerging issuesTK Gill and SK Saini 2 Watershed management for food securityMA Khan 3 Farmers participatory water management technologies for food securityA Zaman and SK Patra 4 Farmers training for sustainable agricultural developmentBirendra Kumar 5 Good agricultural practices and phyto-sanitation standardsSukhen Chandra Das and TN Balamohan 6 Extension systems for sustainable agriculture developmentLH Hirevenkanagoudar and LB Singh 7 Dairying--an income generating tool for sustainable food securityAvinash Singh and Arif A Broadway 8 Sustainability in tea industry--an Indian perspectiveAshim Kr Das 9 Indigenous vegetable based alternate foodS Nirmala Devi PG Sadhan Kumar and KV Peter 10 Women empowermentAK Singh Pooja Sah and OP Mishra 11 Empowering women through self help groupsPrabhjot Kaur Kuldip Kumar and DS Dhillon 12 Sustainable agricultural development through e-extension programmeMC Varshneya Arun Patel and RS Parmar 13 ICT based distance education programs for sustainable agricultural developmentK Vijayaraghavan 14 Earthworm technology--a promising technique for second green revolutionPriyasankar Chaudhuri 15 Soil health management in north east regionM Datta and NP Singh 16 Extension sub-systems for sustainable development in north eastMJ Chandre Gowda 17 ICT enable education for medicinal plants in north east regionMoumita Das 18 Impact of system of rice intensification on food security in TripuraNiranjan Sahoo and Raj Shree Verma 19 Sustainable development of NTFP resources for food securityAsha Sharma Shivani and Dvijendra K Sharma 20 Fodder cultivation and pasture management in TripuraChander Datt and NP Singh 21 Agricultural residues for mushroom cultivationSubrata Biswas and NP Singh 22 Sustainable pineapple production in TripuraDiganta Basu 23 Marketable and marketed surplus of agricultural produce in TripuraKS Chakraborty 24 Sustainable agriculture production in ManipurRK Imotomba Deepak Kumar and N Jyotsna 25 Tuber crops for nutritional and economic securityRajib Nath Arup Chattopadhyay and Swapan Kumar Mukhopadhyay 26 Performance evaluation of self help groupMM Adhikary 27 Rainwater harvesting and management for food securityMukesh Kumar and Ranvir Kumar 28 Strategies for sustainable agricultural developmentAR Trag Mushtaq A Wani Shafiq A Wani and FA Mattoo 29 Empowerment of farmers through ICT interventions--a case studyHarekrishna Misra and BN Hiremath 30 Cropping pattern productivity and issues in sustainability in the char areas of AssamGorky Chakraborty IndexSustainable physical economical and social access to a balanced food for every citizen in developing country is a great challenge to policy planners researchers and other stakeholders Sustainable agriculture production and socio-economic empowerment of people are central focus of programmes and technologies implemented to achieve the sustainable food security The book on Sustainable Food Security revolved around technologies of sustainable agriculture production and means of livelihood improvement particularly in north eastern region of India The major topics covered in the book are concepts and problems of food security interrelation of food security and sustainable agriculture production technology transfer and extension systems good agricultural practices watershed management dairying indigenous alternate food earthworm technology soil health management system of rice intensification fodder cultivation and pasture management use of residues empowerment of women self help groups marketable and marketed surplus management of rural value chain etcThis book will be useful to researchers academics policy makes and other stakeholders who are involved in food security and sustainable agriculture production systems jacket 402 pp. Seller Inventory # 88593

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Pratap Narain,M.P. Singh,Amal kar,S. Kathju,Praveen Kumar

Published by Scientific Publishers (2009)

ISBN 10: 8172335652ISBN 13: 9788172335656

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. Over the years, economic considerations have overtaken the sustainability issue. Low and erratic rainfall, frequent droughts, the increasing costs of cultivation, lower compensation of labour and inputs have made farming in the arid regions a challenging enterprise. Employment opportunities in sectors other than agriculture have enticed many to cross the floor. The largest segment of the farming community, however, is constrained to make a living from farm related activities. With the opening of markets for international trade in farm commodities, the competition has toughened for the resource-constrained farmers of the arid regions of the country. On the other hand, useful technologies have been generated by researchers on many alternative systems, which could be adopted. In this scenario, the farmers could benefit greatly by inducing diversification in the farming systems and by strengthening the traditional systems. With this backdrop, a National Symposium on Livelihood Security and Diversified Farming Systems in Arid Region was organized by the Arid Zone Research Association of India at the Central Arid Zone Research Institute, Jodhpur, from January 14-16, 2006. Selected papers presented at the symposium and invited articles have been included in this compendium and are grouped in sections on Diversification, Strengthening the Traditional Farming Systems, Enhancing Resource Use Efficiency, Livestock-based Farming Systems, Value Addition, Socio-economic Issues and Transfer of Technology. Currently, food, water and energy crises are of global concern. The challenge ahead is to strike a balance between basic needs of a large population and to maintain the pace of development. Diversification of farming systems may contribute towards achieving this goal to some extent. It is hoped that the book will provide options for diversification of the existing farming systems and benefit there from. Contents: Diversification Diversified farming systems for livelihood security in arid regions - B.S. Chundawat Horticulture based farming systems for arid region - O.P. Pareek and O.P. Awasthi Productivity dynamics of integrated farming systems in western Rajasthan - T.K. Bhati, J.C. Tewari and S.S. Rathore Shrubs for diversification of farming system in western Rajasthan- J.P. Singh, V.S. Rathore, M.L. Soni and B.K. Mathur Performance of guggal provenances under arid conditions -R.S. Mertia, B.K. Kandpal and Daleep Singh Present status and scope of henna for crop diversification in arid and semi-arid regions -Y.V. Singh, B.L. Jangid and Khem Chand Productivity of moth bean intercropped with fruit trees - N.D. Yadava, M.L. Soni and R.K. Beniwal Pomegranate-based cropping system for sustainable production under arid ecosystem -G. Lal Productivity of an agri-horti-silvi system under sprinkler irrigation - R.K. Beniwal, N.D. Yadava and M.L. Soni Strengthening the Traditional Farming Systems Agroforestry for improved livelihood security -K.R. Solanki Management of arid rangelands - P. Rai Remote sensing-based soil information system for sustainable farming system - D.C. Joshi and N.K. Kalra Evaluation of neem and ardu based agri-silvi systems - J.M. Patel, S.N. Jaimini and S.B. Patel Integrating vegetative and water harvesting measures to establish silva-ayurveda models in arid region -C.S. Dange, Genda Singh and Sunil Kumar Growth and biomass production of fodder species in agroforestry systems under arid conditions -Ranjana Arya, G.R. Kachhwaha, K.R. Choudhary and R.R. Lohara Acacia tortilis: A boon to arid region of India - L.N. Harsh Potential of Salvadora oleoides as an economic plant of the desert -Hamid A. Khan, L.N. Harsh and P.R. Meghwal Strip cropping of grass and legume in silvi-pastoral system -M. Patidar Trees and shrubs for fencing in arid region -N.K. Dwivedi, Neelam Bhatnagar and S. Gopala Krishnan Viabilit Printed Pages: 460. Seller Inventory # 64557BV

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N.V. Patil , B.K. Mathur , A.K. Patel , M. Patidar & A.C. Mathur (Eds)

Published by Scientific Publishers (2012)

ISBN 10: 8172336470ISBN 13: 9788172336479

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2012. Hardcover. Condition: New. Recurrent droughts in arid and semi arid regions of the country leads to feed scarcity situations affecting livestock production. Livestock remains a major economic base of farmers when crops are lost in drought, This book attempts to address the issue of management in terms of feeding livestock for production and health in drought period. The chapters included in the book elucidates the management of feeding, feed resources, production and health so as to make the livestock production economical. It is hoped that the compilation will prove useful for the researchers, planners and policy makers to understand the causes for the loss of productivity and health of livestock in drier regions and help in devising management plans towards sustenance and improvement of production. The contributions from the researchers and experts from National Research Institutions, Government organizations and Universities working in the dry areas will be useful to all concerned, including the professionals of animal husbandry. Contents: FEEDING MANAGEMENT 1 Feeding practices of livestock during drought conditions-importance of feed supplements - B.K. Mathur 2 Feeding of Buffaloes in arid and semi arid regions - B.S. Punia and P.C. Lailer 3 Advances in balanced feeding of Camel for its optimum draught potential - G.R. Purohit 4 Supplementary feed blocks and nutrient mixture-An approach for balanced feeding during droughts - H.C. Bohra 5 Drought: Impact on agriculture and livestock, major nutritional strategies to overcome ill effects in livestock - N.V. Patil 6 Complete feed and fodder blocks - A strategic approach to combat feed stress situations - P.C. Lailer 7 Importance of rumen manipulations towards improving production efficiency of animals in drought situation - S.S. Paul 8 Feed processing as complete feed block for sustainable animal production in arid and semi arid regions - Tribhuwan Sharma FEED RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 9 Processing and conservation of feed resources for livestock feeding during drought - Harpal Singh 10 Weeds as a source of fodder in hot arid zone-A review - J.P. Singh, B.K. Mathur, V.S. Rathore and R.K. Beniwal 11 Role of remote sensing in mapping grazing resources - J.R. Sharma and S. Pathak 12 Multipurpose trees as alternate feed resources for better livestock production in dry areas particularly in arid zone - L.N. Harsh 13 Silvipastoral approach to combat fodder crises during drought - M. Patidar 14 Propagation and management of grasses of arid zone - M.P. Rajora 15 Drought resistant grasses and weed resources for feeding animals - Manjit Singh 16 Feed and management in arid region - Pratap Narain 17 Shrub and legume based pastures for sustainable animal production - problems and prospects - T.K. Bhati PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT 18 Management of shelter for amelioration of environment stress for optimum production - A.K. Patel 19 Management and feeding of sheep during limited feed resources - B.S. Rajpurohit 20 Extension interventions in transfer of animal husbandry technologies relevant to drought prone areas - M.K. Mandape 21 Potable and hypersaline water use efficiencies in arid livestock - M.S. Khan 22 Role of probiotics in improving livestock productivity - P.P. Rohilla 23 Improvement of sheep productivity in arid region - S.A. Karim and A.K. Shinde 24 Drought adapted breeds of livestock - S.K. Kaushish HEALTH MANAGEMENT 25 Impact of drought on reproduction and fertility in Animals - Alok Chand Mathur 26 Livestock management during drought - A.K. Gahlot 27 Diagnostic approach for the livestock affected drought situation - B.R.J. Mathur 28 Diseases management and control in ruminants in Arid region - S. Kachhawaha, N.V. Patil, A.K. Gahlot, B.K. Mathur and A.C. Mathur 29 Animal Insurance -A financial safeguard to livestock owners during natural calamities - V.S. Shekhawat Printed Pages: 336. Book. Seller Inventory # 64957BV

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edited by Pawan Kumar Tyagi, Avnish chauhan and Pawan Kumar Bharti

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About this Item: Discovery Publishing House, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. 1. Water quality monitoring of Umiam river in East Khasi Hills Meghalaya, India/Pawan Kumar Bharti and Vijender Singh. 2. Sustainable groundwater management in drought prone Bonai sub-division of Sundargarh District, Orissa, India/Pramod Chandra Sahu. 3. Water quality assessment of Kali river in Western UP, India/Pooja Tomar. 4. Indian summer Monsoon (ISM) variability and predictability/Pulak Kumar Patra. 5. Consequences of human activities on glaciers : a case study of Pindari glacier/Deepak Kholiya and Laxmi Rawat. 6. Filtering contaminants and efficient management strategies of water resources : a perspective outlook/Bina Rani, Murtaza abid, Upma Singh, M.M. Abid Ali Khan, Shailendra Patni, V.K. Swami, Ashok K. Kakodia, Sukhraj Punar and Raaz K. Maheshwari. 7. Climate change and Indian agriculture/Alok Kumar Patra, Pulak Kumar Patra and Ranjan Kumar Patra. 8. Study of Kharif season for changing rainfall scenario in Meerut District/Avadhesh Kumar Koshal, Sanjay Kumar and Prafull Kumar. Index. The present book updates the subject content of water resources of earth ecosystem, water quality monitoring, water resources management, pollution assessment, modeling and prediction, Monsoon and rainfall interpretations, glacier behaviour, water uses, supply and demand aquatic flora and fauna, freshwater ecosystem and aquatic science. The book will be helpful for the researchers, academia working in the field of water resources of earth ecosystem, water quality monitoring, water resources management, pollution assessment, modeling and prediction, Monsoon and rainfall interpretations glacier behavior water uses, aquatic biodiversity freshwater ecosystem and aquatic science. Seller Inventory # 120164

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P K Singhal and Pankaj Shrivastava

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ISBN 10: 8126119934ISBN 13: 9788126119936

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About this Item: Anmol, New Delhi, 2004. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents 1. Threats to tropical biodiversity and its remediation/P.K. Singhal. 2. Education for sustainable development need for teacher preparation/M.J. Ravindranath. 3. Conservation of species diversity and sustainable forest management through people's participation an experience from South West Bengal/S.K. Banerjee and T.K. Mishra. 4. Conceptual issues and approaches to biodiversity conservation and sustainable development of Wetland ecosystem/N.C. Nandi. 5. Significance of sacred groves in sustainable development of Northeast India/A. Arunachalam K. Arunachalam and M.L. Khan. 6. Biological control of water hyacinth (eichhornia crassipes) through natural enemy (neochetina bruchi)/A. Bajpai S. Pani A. Dubey and S.M. Misra. 7. Sustainable shrimp farming in India/P. Soundarapandian and N. John Samuel. 8. Sustainable management in degraded forests under joint forest management an eco silvicultural approach/O.P. Chaubey A.A. Ansari and Amit Pandey. 9. Networking environmental education in schools via DIETs/M. Selvam and B. William Dharma Raja. 10. Environmental impact assessment of river valley projects scientific positions issues and practice/Arif Siddiquie Divya Agarwal Anil K. Gupta and Mohammad Yunus. 11. Plant species for restoration of degraded land/P/K. Mishra and K.C. Gupta. 12. Sustainable agriculture an ecointrospection for India/Divya Agarwal Arif Siddiquie Anil K. Gupta and Mohammad Yunus. 13. Phytoremediation of fly ash landfills role of phytochelatins in detoxification of toxic metal lons/D.K. Gupta U.N. Rai and A.K. Gupta. 14. Biotechnological approaches to solve environmental problems a research purview and prospects/A. Arunachalam. 15. Regulating hazardous waste/R.K. Srivastava and Vandana Reghuvanshi. 16. Biotechnological solutions to environmental problems/N.S. Amritkar and M.Y. Kamat. 17. Environmental hazards vis a vis slope erosion risk and role of vegetation in its mitigation/B.C. Joshi Abhimanyu Singh Anil K. Gupta and Kishor Kumar. 18. Effects on groundwater potential by 2020 AD and conservation of water/L.P. Chourasia. 19. Threats to sustainable development Bhopal gas disaster/Vimal K. Sharma. 20. Sustainable utilization and management of Bhomra Beel West Bengal/S.K. Pramanik and N.C. Nandi. 21. Understanding sustainable development/D.P. Singh. 22. Meghalayan forests and sustainable development/A. Arunachalam K. Arunachalam and M.L. Khan. 23. Biotechnology a new approach to sustainable environment and development/R.K. Srivastava and Seema Srivastava. Index. Tropical ecosystems are very rich in biodiversity. But the poor state of economy fast human growth and widespread habitat losses are the primary threats to this biodiversity. Increasing pollution and global warming are expected to fasten the loss of biodiversity in these regions. For sustainability of the future human populations it is essential that there must be concreted efforts to stem the fast loss of tropical biodiversity coupled with sustainable development of resources restoration of habitats and documentation of available biodiversity. The indigenous people and their traditional practices can play a vital role in this respect. However this knowledge database is highly fragmented and there are increasing incidences of conflicts between the indigenous societies and resource managers about their rights on biodiversity. There is need for a greater harmony and coordination among the various stakeholders such as policy planners scientists and indigenous people. For facilitating awareness among the stakeholders the present volume has compiled the recognizable threats to biodiversity and participative methods of sustainable development being practiced in different parts of our country. This compilation should help in bringing together the politicians planners scientists and indigenous people for an efficient management of our rapidly depleting precious biological resources for sustainable development of the poor people better documentation of our b. Seller Inventory # 53854

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Baleshwar Thakur

Published by Concept, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8180694003ISBN 13: 9788180694004

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About this Item: Concept, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword/Bruce Mitchell. Preface. Acknowledgements. Introduction. Part. I. 1. Distribution and Utilization of Resources 1. Emerging trends in India's resource development implications of sustainable management/Baleshwar Thakur. 2. High altitude geo environment and resources problems and prognoses/V.K. Verma. 3. China population food and agricultural land resources/Xiaopei Yan. 4. Regional development and natural resources in conditions of restructuring/G.A. Privalovskaya. 5. Appraisal of resources in Oman/P. Nag. 6. Sources of Arid and Semi Arid Lands of Kenya development opportunities and constraints/Peter Abwao and Robert A. Obudho. 7. Development needs and the mobilization of rural resources in Highland Bolivia/Christoph Stadel. 8. The exploitation of resources in the coastal waters of countries in the Indo Pacific Region ecological and politico legal approaches/Patrick Armstrong and Vivian Forbes. 2. Population Pressure on Resources 9. Population pressure agricultural development and natural resources/Andrew J. Sofranko Serigne M. Ndiaye and Abdillahi A. Aboud. 10. Relationship between population and natural resources of Changjiang River Valley/Zhu Shiyi. 11. Aspects of population pressure and built environment along the coast of India/Sudesh Nangia and Anuradha Banerji. 12. Issues in populations pressure land resettlement and development the case of Nepal/Nanda R. Shrestha and Dennis Conway. 13. Population pressure and human carrying capacity in selected locations of Machakos and Kitui Districts/Frank E. Bernard and Derrick J. Thom. 14. Prehispanic agriculture and its effects in the valley of Guatemala/Carson N. Murdy. 15. Pressure of population on Natural Resources in India/S.S. Hiremath. 16. Spatio temporal inequality in Man Land Ratio in Uttar Pradesh/Noor Mohammad and Anuradha Pathania. 17. Population pressure in Tamil Nadu a temporal study/S.V. Soundaran. 18. Population and agricultural land use towards a Sustainable Food Production System in Bangladesh/Fasih uddin Mahtab and Zahurul Karim. 19. Seasonal migration of labour and management of resources in tribal areas of Gujarat/Anjana P. Desai and Sulaiman Omar Hamid. 20. Rural urban resource linkages and adaption in the Nepal Himalaya/David N. Zurick. Part. II. Impact of Resource Development 21. The human environment penultimate problems of survival/Robert W. Kates. 22. Toward a theory of population development interaction/Nathan Keyfitz. 23. Economic growth and environmental quality changing relations/Marian Radetzki. 24. The changing rural environment and its impact on the poor evidence from India and Bangladesh/Clem Tisdell. 25. Ecology and the poor a neglected dimension of Latin American History/Joan Martinez Alier. 26. Land use migration and natural resource deterioration the experience of Guatemala and Sudan/Richard E. Bilsborrow and Pamela F. Delargy. 27. Ecological impacts of exploitation of natural resources and their socio political dimensions in tribal areas of Chotanagpur/Maheshwari Prasad. 28. Resources and environment on remote islands reconstructing the ecological changes of over four centuries/Patrick Armstrong. 29. Depletion of common property resources in India micro level evidence from selected areas/N.S. Joshi. 30. Geoecological principles of Sustainable Resource Management in Indian Geosystems/R.B. Singh and A.R. Khan. 31. Dynamics of critical success factors in regional sustainable development planning a Nigerian case study/Boye Agunbiade. 32. Thailand development geopolitical change in Asia Pacific Region/Sumalee Thepsuwan. 33. Local government and rural resource development in Nigeria/Joseph Uyanga. 34. Peasantrilization and Rural Resource Development in Nigeria the role of the World Bank/Joseph Uyanga. Index. This volume containing 34 papers examines the complex relationship between population resources and development. Taking stock of situations and experiences in South and Southeast Asia West and East Africa Central and South Ameri. Seller Inventory # 66525

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Anil K. Gupta, Sreeja S. Nair and M. Yunus

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About this Item: Associated Publishing Company, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Introduction. I. Introduction and Overview: 1. Land-Use for Climatic and Human Security: Policy Concerns/Anil K Gupta, Sreeja S. Nair and Mohammad Yunus. 2. Land-capability and Land-Use Optimization/Hrittick Biswas, Brij Lal Lakaria and V.S. Katiyar. 3. Land Reforms and Environmental Sustainability: Reference to Real Estate Boom/Nisha Pandey and V. Vedak. 4. Land-Use Planning in the Coastal Region through Remote Sensing Based Technique: A Case Study from Gujarat/Shital Lodhia. II. Methods and Case Studies: 5. Spatial Decision Support Systems for Sustainable Land-Use Suitability Analysis: An Example from Ebro Basin in Zaragoza (Spain)/M.T. Lamelas, O. Marinoni, A. Hoppe and J. de la Riva. 6. Land-Use and Land-Cover Change: Case of Jhansi in Bundelkhand/R.S. Khoiyangbam and Santaram S. Oinam. 7. Diversifying Land-Use: Case of Shivaliks in Indian Himalayas/Sanjay Arora and M.S. Hadda. 8. Environmental Management Planning: Remote Sensing and GIS Application/D.K. Agrawal and M.S. Lodhi. 9. Groundwater Development Using Remote Sensing and GIS/Y. Rama Mohan, Avinash Kumar and Anil K. Gupta. 10. Hydraulic Simulation of Groundwater Flow/V. Ramani Bai, Sumiani Yusoff and S. Mohan. 11. Water Scenario and the River Linking Proposal: An Impact Analysis/ Pallavee Tyagi and Anil K. Gupta. 12. Water Use in Drinking: Analysis at Urban Local Body Level/Jharna Pathak. III. Management Strategies: 13. Agroforestry vis--vis Environment and Disaster Reduction/A.S. Gill. 14. Ecosystem Approach to Resurrection of Gulf Coast/Ashwani Vasishth. 15. Non-timber Forest Produce for Livelihood Security/R.K. Pandey and Satvant Kaur Saini. 16. Conservation and Management of Bhopal Lakes/Sanjeev Sachdev. 17. Fuel Oil from Wastelands: Jatropha Project/Kumud Dubey, Md Rizwan Khan, Anubha Srivastava and V.K. Singh. 18. Solid Waste Treatment and Disposal Options/Sutapa Bose, Gurmeet Singh and Anil K. Gupta. Index. Land is the most finite resource as we have only one earth livable as on now. Land-use holds the key of environmental resource sustainability and human security. Environmental resource management as an approach that helps maintain the renewability and sustainability calls for the effective management of landscape, land-use and land-resources. Book comprises of three sections: Overview, Methods and Case Studies, and Management Strategies. Examples and experiences from different parts of the world on different methods and management aspects of land and environmental resources are brought in this edited volume with the aim of offering holistic knowledge base covering all important aspects. The book is practical reference for scholars and professionals of geography, environment, disaster management, earth science, engineering and agriculture related disciplines. (jacket). Seller Inventory # 116706

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Pratap Narain; M P Singh; Amal Kar; S Kathju and Praveen Kumar

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About this Item: Scientific Pub, Jodhpur, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. Diversification 1. Diversified farming systems for livelihood security in arid regions/B.S. Chundawat. 2. Horticulture based farming systems for arid region/O.P. Pareek and O.P. Awasthi. 3. Productivity dynamics of integrated farming systems in western Rajasthan/T.K. Bhati J.C. Tewari and S.S. Rathore. 4. Shrubs for diversification of farming system in Western Rajasthan/J.P. Singh V.S. Rathore M.L. Soni and B.K. Mathur. 5. Performance of Guggal provenances under arid conditions/R.S. Mertia B.K. Kandpal and Daleep Singh. 6. Present status and scope of henna for crop diversification in arid and semi arid regions/Y.V. Singh B.L. Jangid and Khem Chand. 7. Productivity of moth bean intercropped with fruit trees/N.D. Yadava M.L. Soni and R.K. Beniwal. 8. Pomegranate based cropping system for sustainable production under arid ecosystem/G. Lal. 9. Productivity of an agri horti silvi system under sprinkler irrigation/R.K. Beniwal N.D. Yadava and M.L. Soni. Strengthening the traditional farming systems 1. Agroforestry for improved livelihood security/K.R. Solanki. 2. Management of arid rangelands/P. Rai. 3. Remote sensing based soil information system for sustainable farming system/D.C. Joshi and N.K. Kalra. 4. Evaluation of neem and ardu based agri silvi systems/J.M. Patel S.N. Jaimini and S.B. Patel. 5. Integrating vegetative and water harvesting measures to establish silva Ayurveda models in arid region/C.S. Dange Genda Singh and Sunil Kumar. 6. Growth and biomass production of fodder species in agroforestry systems under arid conditions/Ranjana Arya G.R. Kachhwaha K.R. Choudhary and R.R. Lohara. 7. Acacia tortilis a boon to arid region of India/L.N. Harsh. 8. Potential of salvadora oleoides as an economic plant of the desert/Hamid A. Khan L.N. Harsh and P.R. Meghwal. 9. Strip cropping of grass and legume in silvi pastoral system/M. Patidar. 10. Trees and shrubs for fencing in arid region/N.K. Dwivedi Neelam Bhatnagar and S. Gopala Krishnan. 11. Viability of different cropping systems in semi arid regions of Haryana/S.K. Yadav Pawan Kumar Manoj Kumar and K.P. Singh. Enhancing resource use efficiency 1. Changing paradigms in water development and management systems in arid zone of India/J. Venkateswarlu. 2. Agro ecosystem management and natural resources conservation through watershed approach in arid regions/M.A. Khan J.C. Tewari Raj Singh R.K. Goyal and Pratap Narain. 3. Management of agricultural resources on watershed level for livelihood security in arid region/Balak Ram M. Patidar Pramila Raina and Usha Rani Ahuja. 4. Biological manipulation through farming systems for the arid regions of India/J.C. Tarafdar. 5. Soil biological productivity in relation to various farming systems in Indian arid zone/A.V. Rao. 6. Integrated approach for enhancing productivity of degraded land in arid zone/B.M. Sharma R.K. Goyal P.R. Meghwal and J.C. Tewari. 7. Response of moth bean genotypes to fertilizers and row spacing/B.K. Kandpal R.N. Kumawat R.S. Mertia and Ubed Ullah. 8. Nutrient management in ber (Zizyphus mauritiana lamk) under arid conditions/Haridayal G. Lal and Y.V. Singh. 9. Yield improvement of pearl millet by senna stems/B.K. Garg H.A. Khan and Z.D. Kavia. 10. Using diallel and line x tester mating systems for identifying parents and potential hybrids of pearl millet/V.K. Manga. 11. Identification of component traits contributing to seed yield and their inheritance in pigeonpea/V.P. Mittal K.S. Brar and Paramjit Singh. 12. Genetic architecture of yield and its components in Indian mustard/K.S. Brar V.P. Mittal and Paramjit Singh. 13. Comparative performance of pearl millet hybrids and composites for Stover Yield Traits/Yash Pal Yadav H.P. Yadav and J.S. Yadava. 14. Collection of pearl millet germplasm from Gujarat/S. Gopala Krishnan C.J. Dangaria P.S. Patel S.D. Atara N.K. Dwivedi and Neelam Bhatnagar. 15. Impact of tree plantation on the physico chemical properties of arid zone soils/Pramila Raina Mahesh. Seller Inventory # 73018

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Edited by Munir Ozturk, Ahmet Ruhi Mermut and Ali Celik

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About this Item: Daya, 2011. Contents ForewordFazil Necdet Ardic PrefaceMunir Ozturk Ahmet Ruhi Mermut and Ali Celik IntroductionArun P Kulshreshtha 1 The role of communication technologies for access to environmental information and environmental policies perspective of European UnionMustafa Okmen and Serhat Bastan 2 The role of communication technologies for access to environmental information and policies perspective of Turkey in the process of adaptation to the European UnionSerhat Bastan and Mustafa Okemen 3 Drinking water system isolation zones and pressure management strategy in DenizliMahmud Gungor Umit Canturk and Sule Vardar 4 Integrating environment into land use planning through strategic environmental assessment a case study on environment plans in TurkeyPN Say D Colakkadioglu and S Ozyurt 5 Land degradation urbanization and biodiversity in the Gexiz Basin-TurkeyMunir Ozturk Mustafa Okmen Salih Gucel Aykut Guvensen and Ali Celik 6 Land degradation in Sri lanka and necessity of mitigationMAK Munasinghe 7 Land-use conflicts in Kenya diverse and potential solutionsJoyce W Ngure Mwangi Githiru and Urbanus Mutwiwa 8 Country status reports on land use land degradation and environment in MauritiusCecily Cyparsade 9 Land degradation land use urbanization and enviornmnet-country report for MyanmarMay Thae Su Moe 10 Soil protection techniques from erosion in the sloppy lands of VietnamNgo Thi Loan and Luu Nam Phuong 11 Erosion pollution and urbanization in agricultural lands of TurkeyH Samet and Y Cikili 12 G-EIS global environmental information system and Egypt?s lands degradationsWafik Noseir 13 Effective criteria and indices of desertification and effect of agricultural management on land degradation in IranGh Zehtabian and H Khosravi 14 Urban ecology of Edirne-TurkeyR Yilmaz M Ozturk S Sakcali S Gucel and M Karakuyu 15 Promoting sustainable urban livelihoods thorugh sustainable utilization of natural resources in urban and peri-urban areas of the Eastern Cape South AfricaLL Sombalo 16 Computation of urban heat Island created due to changes in land cover and land use case study of Twin cities of PakistanSaroop Shahid MA Baig U Khattak and Adnan Zahoor 17 Environmental effects and mitigation measures of urban road TAG Tarsus-Adana-Gaziantep Highway in Adana CityMuzaffer Yucel Nurgul Konakli Aysel Guzelmansur and Deniz Colakkadioglu 18 An investigation on pedestrians in Denizli City Turkey within the framework of urbanizationYetip Pazi Murat and Sabit Kutluhan 19 Paradox of Halophyte utilization as Biofuel resources and land sustainabilityMohammad Kafi and Munir Ozturk 20 Restoring Saline habitats identification and name changes in Halophytes of the Arabian PeninsulaSA Ghazanfar 21 Halophytes as medicinal plantsMuhammad Qasim Salman Gulzar and M Ajmal Khan 22 Biochemical indicators of salinty tolerance in the Halophyte prosopis strombulifera are differentially affected by NaCl and Na2SO4Analia Llanes Mariana Reginato Gabriela Palacio and Virginia Luna 23 An overview of Halophyte plant diversity from Salt Lake Area Konya TurkeyGN Tug AE Yaprak and M Vural 24 Biodiversity and threats of natural ecosystems in Iran a case study from Golestan National Park NE IranH Akhani and R Khoshravesh 25 Characterizing and screening oil degrading microbes for land and Beach reclamation in IndonesiaDwi Susilaningsih Theresia Umi Harwati Yuki Kasai Kazuya Watanabe Fumiyoshi Okazaki Shigeaki Harayama Yantyati Widyastuti and Bambang Prasetya 26 Resources use optimization in main food legume crops production in River Nile State Rns of SudanElgilany a Ahmed Hamid HM Faki and Hashim A Elobeid 27 An investigation on the intestinal parasites and their larval stages on vegetables and fruits of Mosul CityZohair IF Rahemo and Mohammad H Mahmood 28 Effects of continuous thermophilic and mesophilic treatments on maturity of Corncob compost and reducing of composting timeM Kianirad M Muazardalan Gh Savaghebi M Farhbakhsh and S Mirdamadi 29 Green House gas emissions from cement manuf. Seller Inventory # 87485

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edited by K.G. Saxena and K.S. Rao

Published by Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh (2016)

ISBN 10: 8121106974ISBN 13: 9788121106979

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About this Item: Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Preface. I. soil biodiversity: inventory and taxonomy: 1. Soil invertebrates/J.M. Julka. 2. Eathworms/J.M. Julka. 3. Termites/M.L. Thakur. 4. Millepedes/Kubra Bano. 5. Myriapods/Vinod Khanna. 6. Collembola/A.K. Hazra and G.P. Mandal. 7. Mites/A.K. Sanyal. 8. Mycorrhiza/Kritika Singh, R.K. Maikhuri and K.S. Rao. 9. Legume nodulating bacteria/Manvika Sahgal and B.N. Johri. II. Soil biodiversity: distribution, functions and management: 10. Improving soil health for sustainable agriculture in Himalaya/S.P. Sharma and P.D. Sharma. 11. Soil quality and system productivity as influenced by long-term use of mineral fertilizers/S.P. Sharma, S.K. Subehia and P.K. Jain. 12. Sustainable crop production and soil health in the north-western Himalayan region/R.D. Singh, A.K. Patra, R. Bhattacharya and B.N. Ghosh. 13. Vermicomposting: an overview/V.K. Garg. 14. Design and performance evaluation of vermicomposting systems for solid waste utilization/S. Gajalakshami and S.A. Abbasi. 15. White grub complex of Uttarakhand and its management/D.K. Garg. 16. Parasitic nematodes of Horticultural and forest crops and their management/M.L. Khan. 17. Diversity and distribution of termites of Western and North-Western Himalaya/M.L. Thakur. 18. Diversity and field ecology of termites of Western Ghats, India/M.L. Thakur. 19. Abundance and diversity of soil fauna in degraded and rehabilitated ecosystems in Garhwal Himalaya/Tunira Bhadauria, Rohit Kumar and Pradeep Kumar. 20. Soil fauna as influenced by land use in Indo-gangetic plains/Tunira Bhadauria. 21. Soil biota following inoculation of consortia of microbes and mesofauna in coffee plantation system in South India/N.G. Kumar, A.N. Balakrishnan, P. Nirmala, M. Raghvendrakumar and K.S. Usha. 22. Soil microbial diversity in rainfed agroecosystems/B. Venkateswarlu, S.P. Wani and C. Vineela. 23. Mycorrhiza: disversity, distribution and functions/Shubhendu Chaudhuri. 24. Diversity and significance of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi/Varsha Tiwari and A.K. Sharma. 25. Rhizosphere and ecological competence: key factors in selection fo bioinoculants/A. Pandey, P. Trivedi, S. Singh, B. Kumar and L.M.S. Palni. 26. Productivity and interspecific interactions in intercropping systems/L. Li and F.S. Zhang. 27. The role of mycorrhizal fungi and Macaranga denticulata symbiosis in maintaining productivity of rice in shifting cultivation in Thailand/Narit Yimyam, Somchit Youpensuk, Benjavan Rerkasem and Kanok Rerkaem. 28. Homegarden as harbingers of belowground biodiversity in the humid tropics/B. Mohan Kumar. 29. Indigenous pest management in the Himalaya/K.S. Rao, P.K. Maikhuri and K.G. Saxena. III. Synthesis: 30. Inventory functions and management of soil biodiversity: an overview/K.S. Rao, U.M. Chandrashekara and K.G. Saxena. Index. Soil biodiversity emerged as a global agenda of research and management only since last decade when the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (UN-CBD) set out a programme of work on agricultural biodiversity. Agricultural development approaches targeting high levels of biodiversity, efficient of use of local resources and optimization of multiple service/functions (e.g. food/feed production, climate regulation, resilience and clean water supply) of agro-ecosystems started drawing more public support with realization of several elements of unsustainability associated with conventional high input agricultural systems. Development of soil food web mediated management of soil fertility, pathogens and pests assumes a priority task in view of increasing preference to organic food with willingness to pay higher price for it and emerging opportunities of payments for ecosystem services and climate change mitigation provided in programmes such as Reducing Deforestation and Forest Degradation in Developing Countries launched by the United Nations (UN-REDD). Loss of soil biodiversity is causally linked to un-sustainability and, conversely, its enhancement to sustainability of, ag. Seller Inventory # 117175

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edited by C. Chattopadhyay and D. Prasad

Published by Studera Press (2016)

ISBN 10: 8193033396ISBN 13: 9788193033395

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About this Item: Studera Press, 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Foreword. Preface. I. Insects and climate change: 1. Integrated crop and pest management practices in relation to global climate change/D. Prasad and C. Chattopadhyay. 2. Impact of climate change on insect pests management in fruit crops/Kuldeep Srivastava, Alok Kumar Gupta nd Devinder Sharma. 3. Global climate change: a threat to aphids population/Navodita G. Maurice, P.W. Ramteke, Pradeep K. Shukla and Suchit A. John. 4. Host plant responses to tetranychus urticae Koch mediated biotic stress and management strategies/Kanika, Rachna Gulati and Monika Geroh. 5. Insect pest management in climate change/Subhash Chander, Mazhar Husain and Vishwa Pal. 6. Comprehensive impact of climate change on insects and insect plant interaction/G.K. Sujayanand, T.V. Prasad, Zakaullah Khan and S. Sheelamary. 7. Climate change and dynamics of insect pests: management options in tobacco/U. Sreedhar. 8. Pest scenario, plant protection approaches in the current context of changing climate/H.R. Sardana and M.N. Bhat. 9. Climate change: pest incidence in agricultural crops/Someshwar Bhagat, Ajanta Birah, N. Chattopadhyay and C. Chattopadhyay. II. Plant diseases and climate change: 10. Climate change impact on tropical plant diseases and its management strategies/A. Kandan, Jameel Akhtar, Baleshwar Singh, Zakaullah Khan, Anitha Pedapati and P.C. Agarwal. 11. Hortipasture ecosystem: diseases and management strategies under climate change scenario in semi-arid condition/H.V. Singh, Ritu Mawar, Sunil Kumar and R.V. Kumar. 12. Occurrence of mycotoxins under changing climatic conditions/K. Kannan. 13. Exploitation of plant Genetic resources for crop protection: on climate change basis/Anitha Pedapati, Vandana Tyagi, Nidhi Verma, Satish Kumar Yadav and Prathiba Barhmi. 14. Complex interactions of begomoviruses, satellite molecules and whitefly vector associated with cotton leaf curl disease (CLCuD) epidemic in Northwest India/Kajal K. Biswas, Shruti Godara, Utpal K. Bhattacharyya and Pranjib K.Chakraborty. 15. Physiological bases of crop response to changing climate/S. Jidhu Vaishnavi, M. Djanaguiraman and P. Jeyakumar. 16. Ecofriendly management of tea diseases in current scenario of climate change/Pranab Dutta, Himadri Kaushik, K.C. Puzari and R.P. Bhuyan. III. Nematodes and climate change: 17. Influence of climate change on predatory soil nematodes in management of plant parasitic nematodes/Zakaullah Khan, Bharat Gawade, A. Kandan, Jameel Akhtar and T.V. Prasad. 18. Impact of climate change on nematode population/Archana U. Singh and D. Prasad. 19. Multitropic interaction with nematodes and climate change/Anju Kamra and B.K. Vinay. Index. The rapid change in the agro-ecosystem leaves a snag of the establishment of harmony in the discord of the disturbed ecosystem due to the wide usage of chemical pesticides, fertilizers and synthetic plant growth regulators. The long-term effects were overlooked, hence, the boom of one-time became a bane for the global ecosystem degradation. In the present context, it has become indispensable to look for sustainable crop protection, management approaches in the realm of climate change in imperative and the book is an effort in this direction. India however better adapt to climate change by enhancing investments in development programmes in sectors vulnerable to climate change particularly agriculture, water resources, Himalayan region, coastal regions, health and disaster management. Mitigation of adverse effects of climate change is only possible through the development of climate resilient IPM technology for sustainable management of pests in the future. There are 19 well-researched and thought-provoking chapters discussing the effect of climate change on crops through the lens of pests, diseases and nematodes. This book not only provides the reference, but also serves as a guide and inspiration for future research into the realm of modern agriculture with changing climates in India. The scientists, teache. Seller Inventory # 116960

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Abdeen Mustafa Omer, M.M. Abid Ali Khan and Murtaza Abid

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About this Item: Discovery Publishing House, 2017. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: 1. Sustainable energy development and environment. 2. Demand for energy efficient eco-friendly environment applications and sustainable development. 3. Groundwater potential and sustainable management in the Nile valley an overview. 4. Ground source heat pump system for energy efficient refrigeration and air condition. 5. Cooling and heating with ground source energy. 6. Review of energy resources and challenges past present and future. 7. Development of green energy saving mechanisms. 8. Comprehensive review of bio-heat from agriculture waste sustainable development and environment. 9. Promotion and implementation of bio-energy for a better environment a mini review. 10. Sustainable water resources management future demands and adaptation strategies. 11. The green ecology economics and ecosystem engineering. 12. Renewable energy technologies sustainable development and environment. The use of fossil fuel has been largely blamed for warming the climate. When coal, gas, wood and oil are burnt, it released harmful gases causing global warming and environmental pollution. The world summit on sustainable development in Johannesburg in 2002 committed itself to encourage and promote the development of renewable energy resources for sustainable eco-friendly environment. It includes the new innovations in renewable energy technologies, energy efficiency systems and energy conservation in order to mitigate measures necessary to reduce climate change. It is concluded that renewable environmentally friendly energy resources must be encouraged, promoted, implemented and demonstrated by full scale plant (device) both for use in urban and rural areas in order to meet future energy demand and for environmental security. The present book proves highly useful for researchers and students of specialties in bio engineering, new and renewable energy resources and environmental biotechnology, who are interested to improve their knowledge in order to keep the earth healthy and to meet future sustainable energy demand. Seller Inventory # 121976

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Pratap Narain,M.P. Singh,Amal kar,S. Kathju,Praveen Kumar

Published by Scientific Publishers (2009)

ISBN 10: 8172335652ISBN 13: 9788172335656

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About this Item: Scientific Publishers, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. Over the years, economic considerations have overtaken the sustainability issue. Low and erratic rainfall, frequent droughts, the increasing costs of cultivation, lower compensation of labour and inputs have made farming in the arid regions a challenging enterprise. Employment opportunities in sectors other than agriculture have enticed many to cross the floor. The largest segment of the farming community, however, is constrained to make a living from farm related activities. With the opening of markets for international trade in farm commodities, the competition has toughened for the resource-constrained farmers of the arid regions of the country. On the other hand, useful technologies have been generated by researchers on many alternative systems, which could be adopted. In this scenario, the farmers could benefit greatly by inducing diversification in the farming systems and by strengthening the traditional systems. With this backdrop, a National Symposium on Livelihood Security and Diversified Farming Systems in Arid Region was organized by the Arid Zone Research Association of India at the Central Arid Zone Research Institute, Jodhpur, from January 14-16, 2006. Selected papers presented at the symposium and invited articles have been included in this compendium and are grouped in sections on Diversification, Strengthening the Traditional Farming Systems, Enhancing Resource Use Efficiency, Livestock-based Farming Systems, Value Addition, Socio-economic Issues and Transfer of Technology. Currently, food, water and energy crises are of global concern. The challenge ahead is to strike a balance between basic needs of a large population and to maintain the pace of development. Diversification of farming systems may contribute towards achieving this goal to some extent. It is hoped that the book will provide options for diversification of the existing farming systems and benefit there from. Contents: Diversification Diversified farming systems for livelihood security in arid regions - B.S. Chundawat Horticulture based farming systems for arid region - O.P. Pareek and O.P. Awasthi Productivity dynamics of integrated farming systems in western Rajasthan - T.K. Bhati, J.C. Tewari and S.S. Rathore Shrubs for diversification of farming system in western Rajasthan- J.P. Singh, V.S. Rathore, M.L. Soni and B.K. Mathur Performance of guggal provenances under arid conditions -R.S. Mertia, B.K. Kandpal and Daleep Singh Present status and scope of henna for crop diversification in arid and semi-arid regions -Y.V. Singh, B.L. Jangid and Khem Chand Productivity of moth bean intercropped with fruit trees - N.D. Yadava, M.L. Soni and R.K. Beniwal Pomegranate-based cropping system for sustainable production under arid ecosystem -G. Lal Productivity of an agri-horti-silvi system under sprinkler irrigation - R.K. Beniwal, N.D. Yadava and M.L. Soni Strengthening the Traditional Farming Systems Agroforestry for improved livelihood security -K.R. Solanki Management of arid rangelands - P. Rai Remote sensing-based soil information system for sustainable farming system - D.C. Joshi and N.K. Kalra Evaluation of neem and ardu based agri-silvi systems - J.M. Patel, S.N. Jaimini and S.B. Patel Integrating vegetative and water harvesting measures to establish silva-ayurveda models in arid region -C.S. Dange, Genda Singh and Sunil Kumar Growth and biomass production of fodder species in agroforestry systems under arid conditions -Ranjana Arya, G.R. Kachhwaha, K.R. Choudhary and R.R. Lohara Acacia tortilis: A boon to arid region of India - L.N. Harsh Potential of Salvadora oleoides as an economic plant of the desert -Hamid A. Khan, L.N. Harsh and P.R. Meghwal Strip cropping of grass and legume in silvi-pastoral system -M. Patidar Trees and shrubs for fencing in arid region -N.K. Dwivedi, Neelam Bhatnagar and S. Gopala Krishnan Viabilit Printed Pages: 460. Book. Seller Inventory # 64557BV

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O P Chaturvedi; A Venkatesh; R S Yadav; Badre Alam R P Dwivedi; Ramesh Singh and S K Dhyani

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About this Item: Satish Serial Pub, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Dust Jacket Included. Contents Foreword. Preface. 1. Agroforestry past present and future/S.K. Dhyani. 2. Challenges and scope of agroforestry research in India/S.K. Dhyani. 3. Agroforestry research perspective and potential/O.P. Chaturvedi and I.A. Khan. 4. Tree improvement for agroforestry species in India/V.K. Gupta. 5. Ecosystem development through agroforestry measures/O.P. Chaturvedi and P. Ratha Krishnan. 6. Important agroforestry systems developed for different agroclimatic regions of India under AICRPAF/A.K. Handa S.K. Dhyani and Uma. 7. Bamboo based agroforestry systems in India/S.P. Ahlawat R.V. Kumar V.K. Gupta and S.K. Dhyani. 8. Options for non timber forest produce from agroforestry systems/A. Venkatesh. 9. Development of biofuel as renewable source of energy/R.V. Kumar Parul Shukla S.P. Ahlawat D.R. Palsaniya and S.K. Dhyani. 10. Bio amelioration of salt affected soils through agroforestry/R.S. Yadav D.R. Palsaniya Ramesh Singh Munna Ram and Garima Gupta. 11. Minor fruit plants and their agroforestry perspectives in Bundelkhand Region of Central India/D.R. Palsaniya R.K. Tewari R. Tiwari and C.K. Bajpai. 12. Biomass bioenergy environmental and livelihood benefits from Prosopis juliflora (Swartz) D.C. in India/I.A. Khan K. Karemulla and O.P. Chaturvedi. 13. Role of vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in establishment of agroforestry systems on marginal lands/Anil Kumar and Ashok Shukla. 14. Nutrient recycling and soil fertility management in agroforestry system/Munna Ram R.S. Yadav and Sunil Kumar. 15. Carbon sequestration potential in different land uses and opportunities offered by agroforestry/Ram Newaj and Shabir Ahmad Dar. 16. Biodrainage technology for saline and water logged lands/A. Balasubramanian and S. Manivasakan. 17. Approaches and resource conservation strategies for sustainable management of agroforestry interventions/Ramesh Singh D.R. Palsaniya R.K. Tewari R.S. Yadav and R.K. Singh. 18. Tree crop interactions and their management in agroforestry/D.R. Palsaniya Ram Newaj and R.S. Yadav. 19. Potentials of contract farming in agroforestry/D.R. Palsaniya R.S. Yadav Ramesh Singh O.P. Chaturvedi R.V. Kumar and R.K. Tewari. 20. Industrial agroforestry through contract farming/K.T. Parthiban S. Vennila R. Seenivasan G.P. Saravanan and M. Govinda Rao. 21. Seed technological aspects for dry land agroforestry/P. Masilamani A. Vijayakumar S. Saravanan C. Buvaneswaran and A. Venkatesh. 22. Litterfall decomposition and nutrient release and its implications in agroforestry interventions/R.S. Yadav D.R. Palsaniya R.K. Tiwari and Garima Gupta. 23. Advances in evaluation of water use efficiency in crops and trees in the context of climate change/Badre Alam. 24. Scope for value addition in agri horticulture/A.K. Shukla and Sunil Kumar. 25. Land use diversification with special reference to agroforestry/R.K. Tewari D.R. Palsaniya and Rajeev Tiwari. 26. Livestock production under agroforestry land uses in India/N. Das and S.K. Mahanta. 27. Agroforestry based livestock production for livelihood security/Purushottam Sharma. 28. Toxic chemicals in feed and fodder and their implication in animal and human health/Subir K. Nag. 29. Top feeds in alteration of rumen function and its environment for efficient nutrients utilization/Sultan Singh. 30. Propagation of tree borne oil species towards productivity improvement/P. Ratha Krishnan. 31. Impact of tree shelterbelts in sustainable management of arid farming system/Rajendra Prasad and R.S. Mertia. 32. Allelopathy and its role in agroforestry/S.K. Das and A.K. Rai. 33. Below ground diversity in agroforestry and its role in soil management/Sharmila Roy. 34. Climatic variability and change implications for Indian agriculture/J.B. Singh and Pradeep Behari. 35. Climate change with reference to response of fodder crops to elevated CO2/R.K. Bhatt. 36. Assessment of climate change through satellite remote sensing/J.P. Singh Neeraj Kushwaha R.S. Chaurasia and Kamlesh Kumar. 37. Application of GIS tools. Seller Inventory # 74717

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