Environment And Natural Resources

Environment And Natural Resources

by M.P Singh Et. Al.
  • ISBN: 8189304011
  • Binding: Hardbound
  • Year: 2005
  • Language: ENGLISH
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At present it is a fact that changes in our living environment are much rapid than the progress of the human health protection techniques because we know the organism environment relationships only superficially. The rate of environmental changes, which is now faster during the life of one generation than previously took place during centuries, as well as disturbances in biorhythms, are the most dangerous symptoms of changes in ecological relationships. The environment comprises the overall surroundings of any object. In ecology the environment means all factors which affect the survival and reproduction of living organisms. Elements of the environment are : (a) Building and energy-sdupplying components, and (b) Regulatory components. Thus the environment comprises : material factor whose presence is decisive for survival and development of living organisms (oxygen, carbon, hydrogen), and factors regulating the living processes, e.g., compounds making part of the organism but present in small amounts (including catalysts and inhibitors of metabolic progresses). We hope that this timely publication will give some help to scholars/reasearch scientists to carry their further studies on environment.

Dr. M.P. Singh, Head of the Department Forest Sciences, Birsa Agricultural University, Ranchi (Jharkhand) has obtained his master’s degree in Botany with specialization in plant Taxonomy. He has done Ph. D. on “FLORA OF PATNA” from Patna University, Patna and Diploma in Forestry from Forest Research Institute, Indian Council of Forestry Research & Education, Dehradun. He is fellow in life Sciences, Mendelian Society of India, Patna.
Besides teaching, Dr. Singh has been engaged with independent research in project of Government of India as Principal Investigator. He is one of the noted “Taxonomist” of the country, popularly known as Roxburgh ii. and have about twenty five years of long research experiences. He is an advisor of the Government of India for whole Eastern Region on Floristic Research and a member of FLORA INDIA. He is an Editor of Journal “New Botanist” for forestry Sector. He has Published eighteen books in Botany, Forestry and on Environmental Sciences besides Editor of an “Encyclopedia on Energy Resources” Published in four volumes. He has also published one hundred ten research paper in National and International Journals and has guided a Ph.D. students about ten in Botany and Forestry. He is one of the member of Botanical Survey of India in a Research Selection Committee. He has extensively traveled in India and abroad in connection to floristic studies.                                                                                                                                                           

Dr. B.S. Singh, Ph.D.  Cambridge Institute of Technology, Cambridge Village, Tatisilwai  Ranchi  (Jharkhand).  

  • Natural Environment
  • The World Environment Scenario
  • Environment Impact Assessment
  • Atmosphere and Air Pollution
  • Anthropogenic Impact on Environment
  • The Environment (Protection) Bill, 1986; A Bill
  • Natural Resources
  • Community Ecology and Pollution
  • Pollution
  • Forest and Tribal Life
  • Forest and Tribal Development
  • Biodiversity
  • Biodiversity of Threatend species of Medicinal plant of India : an appraisal
  • Vegetative Propagation
  • Tree Improvement Through Biotechnology Tools
  • Plant Geography of India
  • Urban Land and Land Cover
  • Urban Sprawl
  • Glossary
  • Index