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Nature Conservation and Resource Management for Human Welfare
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Ashwani Kumar Dubey
xiv+110 p., figs., tabls., ind., 25 cm
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Weight :  350 gms
Binding :  Hard Bound
Height :  25 cm
Width :  15 cm
Imprint :  Daya Publishing House
Year :  2017
 

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ISBN: 9789351248095
Status: LATEST(In Stock) 
Price: Rs 895.00  

The interest of man in nature goes back to his own origin and history. From stone stage to modern atomic age, there has been a drastic change in the demands of man from the nature ranging from food and shelter to timber, fuel, medicines, pulp and a variety of other products. A sudden explosion in human population and multifarious need of man has put the existence of natural resources to a stake. Majority of original natural resources have been reducing to secondary resources with low productivity hence the extent of wild area is also decreased significantly. Earth is the only place in the universe known to sustain life. Humanity’s relationship with the biosphere will continue to deteriorate until a new international economic order is achieved, a new environmental ethic adopted, human populations stabilize, and sustainable modes of development become the rule rather than the exception. Among the prerequisites for sustainable development is the conservation of living resources. the management of human use of the biosphere so that it may yield the greatest sustainable benefit to present generations while maintaining its potential to meet the needs and aspirations of future generations. Thus conservation is positive, embracing preservation, maintenance, sustainable utilization, restoration, and enhancement of the natural environment. Living resource conservation is specifically concerned with plants, animals and microorganisms, and with those non-living elements of the environment on which they depend. Living resources have two important properties, the combination of which distinguishes them from non-living resources: they are renewable if conserved; and they are destructible if not.

Acknowledgement v
Editorial vii
Key Note Address
Bioacoustic Based Sensors can Effectively Reduce Man
Wildlife Conflict xi
1. Successful Indued Spawning and Larval Rearing
Anabas testudineus (Bloch, 1792) under Controlled
Conditions of Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India 1
2. Prevalence of Gastro-Intestinal Tapeworm Raillietina Found in 15
3. Changes in Reproductive Performance after treatment with
Paclitaxol in Lymnaea acuminata 19
4. Influence of Multi-Nutrient Fertilizers on the Yield and
Quality of Gossypium Species and Glycin max L. 27
5. All Round Development of Strategic Talent Management 41
6. Role of Agricultural Extension in the Context of
Climate Change in Agriculture 53
7. Innovative Techniques of Managing Solid Waste 67
8. Impacts of Climate Change on Biodiversity of
Avian Fauna of Kanpur 73
9. Species Diversity of Lepidoptera (Rhopalocera) with their
Relative Status and Diversity Index in Pariyat River of
Panagar Region, Jabalpur, M.P. 79
10. People’s Social Movement and Role of Media in Indian Democracy 91
Brief Report of 3rd National Conference on
“Strategy for Human Welfare on Nature Conservation
and Resource Management” 99
Index

Dr. Ashwani Kumar Dubey is a Leading Scientist, Environmentalist, Academician and Current Researcher, in the beginning of 21st century in India. He is a graduate and Post Graduate of Government Maharaja College, Chhatarpur, M.P. and obtained his Ph.D. at Vikram University, Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India. He was appointed as an Assistant Professor of Zoology at RBS College, Rajnagar in 1998 and managed the College through a major transformation of its research and teaching. He played a major role in the design and construction of a new Fisheries Demonstration Centre at Godavari Estate, Nahdora-Khajuraho, India. In 2004 became the Guest Professor of Zoology, in Government College of Higher Education, MP. His research interests have focused on the Biodiversity, Environmental Impact Assessment and Bio-Resources Conservation.
He has published 11 research papers in an International Journal; 02 research papers in Proceeding; 02 research papers in Book; 02 books; 53 research papers presented in International and National Conferences/Seminar/Symposium as Invitee Lecturer and Delegate; 07 interdisciplinary academic articles in Standard Magazine, 02 scientific talk broadcasted by All India Radio and 25 abstract in Souvenir/Abstract book.

   

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