1. The international aspects of the needs of environmental assessment.
2. Environmental assessment in perspective.
3. EIA process.
5. Social impact assessment.
6. The urban environmental impact assessment.
7. EIA in developed countries and aid agencies.
8. EIA and international conventions.
9. Environmental Risk Assessments (EnRa).
10. Monitoring and mitigation.
11. Environmental assessment and cont-benefit analysis for sustainability assurance.
12. EIA reporting.
"The importance of environmental protection and conservation measures has been increasingly recognized during the past two decades. It is now generally accepted that economic development strategies must be compatible with environmental goals.
This requires the incorporation of environmental dimensions into the process of development. It is important to make choices and decisions that will eventually promote sound development by understanding the environment functions.
A increasing number of developing countries are accepting the principle of environmental screening of development projects at the planning stage and hence are looking for(less)
Plant diversity in Gujarat: its status and conservation strategies/Diwakar Sharma and J.J.
Studies on diversity in a forage grass chloris swartz (Poaceae) Morphology and cytology/T.N.
Mary, P. Anthoniamma, P.
Koti Rao, S. Charlotte Kumari, K.
Sarada Mary and J. Vijayamma.
4. Conservation of medicinal plant biodiversity in India: achievements and challenges/P.
E. Rajasekharan and Vibha Rao.
5. Biological diversity: need of future/B.
6. Biodiversity conservation and traditional knowledge/Prashant Kumar Mishra.
7. Biodiversity of cyanophyceae in Sonvad Project Dam and Devbhane Dam of Dhule, Maharashtra (India)/S.
N. Nandan and D.
8. Bio-diversity conservation - cry of the nature?/Maruthanayagam C.
and G. Sharmila.
9. Economic importance of some flowers and minor fruits; ethno-ecological approach of conservation/Archana Banerjee.
10. A study of bacillariophycean diversity in polluted lakes of Jalgaon District of North Maharashtra (India)/S.
N. Nandan and S.
11. Facts and dimensions of biodiversity(less)
Watershed management for sustainable development of the Thar desert/Mohd. Anwar and Mohd.
Soils of the arid zone : their genesis and classification/M.L.
Soni and R.K.
Management of salt-affected and waterlogged soils in Indira Gandhi Nahar Project areas of Western Rajasthan/K.K.
Singh and B.B.
4. Conservation of soils of the Thar desert/G.
5. Indira Gandhi Canal Irrigation in the Thar desert--an ecological assessment/Ahmed Ali and Sneh Lata Singhvi.
6. Impact of Indira Gandhi Canal Irrigation on vegetation of the Thar desert/B.
Kapoor and Ritu. 7.
Edible wild plants of the arid region of Rajasthan/R.K.
Forage production and rangeland management in the arid and semi-arid regions/R. Kumar.
9. Development of pasture and silvi-pasture systems in the arid ecosystem of Rajasthan/R.
K. Beniwal, M.
L. Soni and N.
10. Weed management in the arid region/S.
S. Kapoor and Ritu.
11. Eco-friendly way for sustainable productivity in the(less)
These transformational changes in the military, economic and political dynamics of Asia are accelerating with the passage of time. Historically, changes in the international order and equations of power among national have been almost inevitably accompanied by conflicts and wars.
The challenge ahead of the international community in general and Asian countries in particular would be how to ensure that this is avoided, and competition, so necessary to shaping the future, is managed below the levels of armed conflict. This is crucial for most countries like India so that their comprehensive national development can progress without adverse developments.
In order towork toward such goals, it is necessary to look at security and military-related issues as objectively as possible. This volume, a resource base for the professional and the general reader, is the sixth in the series of the annual publication of the Centre for Air Power Studies under this title, which aims to fill a critical information and knowledge gap in current strategic literature dealing with military strategy, defence politics and trends in military capabilities that impact countries in Asia.
In particular, it covers some of the important areas that affect Asian countries, with a focus on China, India and Pakistan, to provide the requisite regional balance. Contents : 1.
India-China Relations: Problems And Prospects; 2. Regulating Human Activities in Outer Space ? Is Code of Conduct the Answer?; 3.
Ballistic Missile Defence; 4. Pakistan?s Desire for Strategic Depth in Afghanistan; 5.
Nuclear Waste: India?s Gordian Knot?; 6. Indigenisation of Aerospace Industry Through Jonah?s Thinking Process; 7.
Technology Advancements in the Unmanned Era; 8. India?s Next War ?; 9.
Emerging Missile Threat; 10. West Asia Today; 11.
Nuclear Forensics: An Overview(less)
Assessment methodologies and fisheries management: how to keep making sense/Daniel Pauly. 3.
Split-beam technique used in Simrad EK500 to measure target strength/H. Bodholt and H.
Distribution of acoustic pelagic fish populations in the northern Aegean Sea/N. Tsimenides, G.
Bazigos, E. Georgakarakos and A.
Tentative fish school identification with fractal geometry/Olga Moura and G. Afonso dos Santos.
6. Assessment of coral reef fish stocks in the southwest Pacific using an underwater visual census method/Melita Samoilys and Gary Carlos.
7. Development and status of electric fishing as a scientific sampling technique/James B.
A system of fishery analysis/M. Drapatsky and E.
Interactive graphics computer models for fisheries management/Philip R.W.
Lewis, Jeremy D. Prince and John Tonkin.
10. FishMan, a user-friendly fisheries management software/Sinjae Yoo, Chang Ik Zhang and Soonmo An.
11. Software tools for management of tropical aquatic(less)
I. Background and objectives: 1.
UNGASS commitments. 3.
Purpose of the assessment. 4.
International programming framework. 5.
HIV affected and other vulnerable children. 6.
Objectives of the assessment. 7.
Assessment partners. 8.
Timetable for the assessment. 9.
Structure of this report. II.
Methodology of the assessment: 1. Key assessment questions and issues.
2. Children affected by HIV.
3. Summary of assessment approaches sources of data.
4. Sources of data.
5. Focus group research.
6. Social, legal and policy research on widows and orphans.
7. Literature review.
8. Limitations of the assessment.
III. The HIV epidemic in Bangladesh: 1.
The hidden AIDS epidemic in Bangladesh. 2.
Factors fuelling growth. 3.
Linkage of high risk behaviors. 4.
Low epidemic knowledge. 5.
Global epidemic trends in Bangladesh. 6.
Social and economic impact. 7.
Absorption of resources. 8.
The impact of HIV/AIDS and women and children: 1. Introduction.
2. HIV/AIDS infected(less)
Biodiversity--the concepts, measurements and the status/S. Sundaramoorthy, Harish, Dinesh K.
Agrawal and Manohar Singh Suthar. 2.
Biodiversity of mangrove ecosystems of Orissa and its conservation with special reference to Bhitarakanika National Park/P.K.
Dash, Santilata Sahoo, Deepak K. Sahoo and Pratyush P.
Biodiversity crisis management--need of the hour/M. Vijaya Koteswari.
4. Biodiversity of tropical deciduous forest of Achanakmar-Amarkantak Biosphere Reserve/Lalji Singh, Dhiraj Kumar Yadav and B.
5. Mayurbhanj--the biodiversity granaries of Orissa/Kambaska Kumar Behera and Santilata Sahoo.
6. Diversity of Grass flora of West Bengal with special reference to their utility/S.
Mitra and Sobhan K. Mukherjee.
7. Diversity of aquatic and wet land plants of West Dinajpur District, West Bengal/S.
Mitra and Sobhan K. Mukherjee.
8. Trees and shrubs of Koch Bihar District, West Bengal/S.
Bandyopadhyay and Sobhan K. Mukherjee.
9. The Palms of West Bengal/T.
Bhuinya and Sobhan K. Mukherjee.
10. Comparative tree community analysis of two old-growth tropical(less)
2. Maintenance of dairy animals.
4. Resources of sampled farmers.
5. Calf rearing.
6. Cost structure of milk production.
7. Economic indicators - lactations.
8. Economic indicators - production levels.
9. Statistical analysis.
10. Feed - milk production relationship.
11. Optimum Herd strength.
Subject Index. "Though mixed farming has been a common practice in India since immemorial due to existence of complementary and supplementary relationship between crop production and animal production systems, dairy has gained a momentum due to commercialization and it is a rural income generating activity in India.
Agriculture enterprise has not provided constant employment to rural people but dairy has not only provided gainful employment but also provided assured and regular income. The national income from animal husbandry has increased from 3 per cent in 1950 to 25 per cent at present in GDP / GDPR of agriculture.
Hence it is necessary to(less)
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