For B.A. , B.Sc. , B.Com. , B.H.Sc. , B.C.A., (Management) and other Undergraduate Classes as per UGC Model Curriculumn In addition to certain corrections, topics like Hydrologic Cycle, Air Pollution, Solar and Wind Energies are modified in the light of present requirement. Some new topics like Dissolved Oxygen, Biological Oxygen Demand, Chemical Oxygen Demand, Natural Geysers, Environmental Club, Green Accounting, Honey and Bee Keeping, Social Forestry are also introduced. With additional data, new topics and necessary diagrammes, the book will be of immense use and more popular among students and readers.
Design of innovative materials is a vast field of science and technology. The new advancements in this regard mean that designers make use of new tools to bring forth admirable functionality of desired interest among products. This field is referred as having beginning linked with many areas. Consumers are always in seek of more environmental friendly materials from material producers that stimulates to develop some products of the relevant interest. It is also amazing to see scientific community stretching the basic sensory characteristics and performance of materials to deliver world-changing new products. World science is hence eager to bring forth materials of applied interest. Medicinal...
Agricultural Management in India' Is an edited volume on Indian agriculture having a collection of 27 papers contributed by the distinguished scholars and the scientists. It is a thematic study involving the diagnostic as well as the prognostic aspects of Indian agriculture with a view to project its complex nature and indentify the quarters of future change. In order to facilitate analytical reading the book divides itself into six sections. The provides statistical, analytical and scientific information in regard of agricultural practices of India. It is hoped that it will prove immensely useful for the researchers, intellectuals and policy makers and a milestone in the treatises on Indian Agriculture.
From arid deserts to icy poles, outer space to the depths of the sea, this exciting new work studies the remarkable life forms that have made these inhospitable environments their home. Covering not only micro-organisms, but also higher plants and animals such as worms, fish and polar plants, this book details the ecological, biological and biogeochemical challenges these organisms face and unifying themes between environments. Equally useful for the expert, student and casual scientific reader, this book also explores the impact of climate change, rapid seasonal changes and pollution on these extraordinary creatures.