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Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2003. Hardcover. New. The book contains articles covering a wide range of subjects of Environmental science. The terrestrial section has articles on Air pollution, Solid waste disposal, environmental impact assessment (E1A) Ground Water regime, western ghats, Eastern ghats, mining, Medicinal plants, ethnobotany, role of pesticides, agriculture, microbial sensors, wetlands and ornithological studies. The Marine environmental aspect such as mangroves, application of remote sensing, harmful Algal blooms, bio-remediation, sustainable management of molluscan resources, benthic fauna, deep seabed Mining and bio-fouling have been dealt in the marine Environment section. The undergraduate students will find this book valuable to understand the vastness of environmental issues. This may motivate them to plan their future in the field of environment. The post-graduate and Research students will find this book handy to orient themselves to a particular field of Study and research. The exhaustive references quoted in each article will provide them with a base line information which will hasten their planning of study and research. The authors are drawn from national laboratories such as Forest Research Institute. Indian Space Research Organization, National Institute of Oceanography and Universities from all over India. The authors have a rich experience of Teaching and research in their respective fields. Contents, Foreword Preface List of Contributors I. TERRESTRIAL Environment : 1. Introduction/K.G. Hiremath 2. Plant Diversity in Undisturbed and Human-impacted Sites of Tropical Evergreen Forest in the Kolli Hills, Eastern Ghats, India/C.V. Chittibabu & N. Parthasarathy 3. The Saga of Sahyadri : Societal Environmental Issues of Konkan and Goa/P.V. Sathe & O.S. Chauhan 4. Medicinal Plants of India : Status and Prospects Ganesh R. Hegde 5. Ethnobotany and Tropical Forest Conservation Veena Chandra 6. Mining Scenario in India-Environmental Problems and Prospects Prafulla Soni 7. Prospects in Reclamation of Iron ore Mine Wastelands : Role of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal (AM) Fungi and Inoculation Procedures/B.F. Rodrigues, W. Khade Sharda, Bukhari Mehtab, Jaiswal Varsha & Uday Gaonkar 8. A Holistic Bio-technological Approach in Farming Environments for Quality Agriproducts in the 21st Century/S. Basavarajappa 9. Ecofriendly Pesticides-An Emerging Trend/Shalini Khanna, M.M. Srivastava & Shalini Srivastava 10. Oxygen Supplementation through Soil : A Boon to Agriculture in New Millennium/Neelam A. Patil 11. Blue Green Algae from Soils of Karnataka/Shankar P. Hosmani & S. Partha 12. Plants and Air Pollution/Jitendra G. Gavali & Deepa (Saha) Gavali 13. Shelter-Cum-Bio-Energy-Belt along the Coast of Andhra Pradesh India/P.H.V. Vasudeva Rao, S. Venkateswara Rao, E. Amminedu & N. Subba Rao 14. Solid Waste Disposal Practices : Implications on Groundwater Pollution/V.V.S. Gurunadha Rao, P. Nandakishore, K. Srinivasa Reddy & S. Sankaran 15. Environmental Impact Assessment Studies of Groundwater Regime Around a Proposed Alumina Plant in Doragarha, Rayagada District, Orissa/V.V.S. Gurunadha Rao, B.A. Prakash & R.L. Dhar 16. Groundwater Environs of Hubli Dharwad Municipal Corporation Area, Karnataka/S.C. Puranik 17. Detection and Measurement of Ultra-trace Levels of Mercury and Copper by Genetically Engineered Microbial Sensors/S.K. Dubey, David S. Holmes, G.R. Rao & S. Gangolli 18. Ecological History, Contemporary Status and Conservation Future of Marsh Crocodile Crocodylus Palustris in Goa/Manoj R. Borkar 19. Carambolim Lake an Ideal Freshwater Wetland of Goa/A.B. Shanbhag, Sonali D. Borges & Renu Walia 20. Studies on Ornitho-botanical Aspects of Anashi National Park in Western Ghats (India)/Dr. J.C. Uttangi II. Marine ENVIRONMENT 21. Introduction/K.G. Hiremath 22. Distribution of Family Rhizophoraceae along the Wes Printed Pages: 488., Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2003, Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2003. Hardcover. New. The book contains articles covering a wide range of subjects of Environmental science. The terrestrial section has articles on Air pollution, Solid waste disposal, environmental impact assessment (E1A) Ground Water regime, western ghats, Eastern ghats, mining, Medicinal plants, ethnobotany, role of pesticides, agriculture, microbial sensors, wetlands and ornithological studies. The Marine environmental aspect such as mangroves, application of remote sensing, harmful Algal blooms, bio-remediation, sustainable management of molluscan resources, benthic fauna, deep seabed Mining and bio-fouling have been dealt in the marine Environment section. The undergraduate students will find this book valuable to understand the vastness of environmental issues. This may motivate them to plan their future in the field of environment. The post-graduate and Research students will find this book handy to orient themselves to a particular field of Study and research. The exhaustive references quoted in each article will provide them with a base line information which will hasten their planning of study and research. The authors are drawn from national laboratories such as Forest Research Institute. Indian Space Research Organization, National Institute of Oceanography and Universities from all over India. The authors have a rich experience of Teaching and research in their respective fields. Contents, Foreword Preface List of Contributors I. TERRESTRIAL Environment : 1. Introduction/K.G. Hiremath 2. Plant Diversity in Undisturbed and Human-impacted Sites of Tropical Evergreen Forest in the Kolli Hills, Eastern Ghats, India/C.V. Chittibabu & N. Parthasarathy 3. The Saga of Sahyadri : Societal Environmental Issues of Konkan and Goa/P.V. Sathe & O.S. Chauhan 4. Medicinal Plants of India : Status and Prospects Ganesh R. Hegde 5. Ethnobotany and Tropical Forest Conservation Veena Chandra 6. Mining Scenario in India-Environmental Problems and Prospects Prafulla Soni 7. Prospects in Reclamation of Iron ore Mine Wastelands : Role of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal (AM) Fungi and Inoculation Procedures/B.F. Rodrigues, W. Khade Sharda, Bukhari Mehtab, Jaiswal Varsha & Uday Gaonkar 8. A Holistic Bio-technological Approach in Farming Environments for Quality Agriproducts in the 21st Century/S. Basavarajappa 9. Ecofriendly Pesticides-An Emerging Trend/Shalini Khanna, M.M. Srivastava & Shalini Srivastava 10. Oxygen Supplementation through Soil : A Boon to Agriculture in New Millennium/Neelam A. Patil 11. Blue Green Algae from Soils of Karnataka/Shankar P. Hosmani & S. Partha 12. Plants and Air Pollution/Jitendra G. Gavali & Deepa (Saha) Gavali 13. Shelter-Cum-Bio-Energy-Belt along the Coast of Andhra Pradesh India/P.H.V. Vasudeva Rao, S. Venkateswara Rao, E. Amminedu & N. Subba Rao 14. Solid Waste Disposal Practices : Implications on Groundwater Pollution/V.V.S. Gurunadha Rao, P. Nandakishore, K. Srinivasa Reddy & S. Sankaran 15. Environmental Impact Assessment Studies of Groundwater Regime Around a Proposed Alumina Plant in Doragarha, Rayagada District, Orissa/V.V.S. Gurunadha Rao, B.A. Prakash & R.L. Dhar 16. Groundwater Environs of Hubli Dharwad Municipal Corporation Area, Karnataka/S.C. Puranik 17. Detection and Measurement of Ultra-trace Levels of Mercury and Copper by Genetically Engineered Microbial Sensors/S.K. Dubey, David S. Holmes, G.R. Rao & S. Gangolli 18. Ecological History, Contemporary Status and Conservation Future of Marsh Crocodile Crocodylus Palustris in Goa/Manoj R. Borkar 19. Carambolim Lake an Ideal Freshwater Wetland of Goa/A.B. Shanbhag, Sonali D. Borges & Renu Walia 20. Studies on Ornitho-botanical Aspects of Anashi National Park in Western Ghats (India)/Dr. J.C. Uttangi II. Marine ENVIRONMENT 21. Introduction/K.G. Hiremath 22. Distribution of Family Rhizophoraceae along the Wes Printed Pages: 488., Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2003, Washington DC: International Campaign for Tibet, 1993. Presumed First Edition, First printing. Trade paperback. Very good. [8], 64 pages. Maps. Illustrations. Footnotes. Sources. Cover has slight wear and soiling. Preface by William M. Arkin. Few aspects of China's rule over Tibet have created as much anger as allegations of nuclear mismanagement on the Tibetan plateau. Now "Nuclear Tibet", a report published by the International Campaign for Tibet (ICT), reveals details about a previously-secret Chinese nuclear facility there. Says John Ackerly, stated by some to be the report's author, "While the report presents a body of credible and substantiated information on aspects of the nuclear program in Tibet, it is only a beginning in understanding the human impact and the full strategic value of the plateau to China in terms of the nuclear cycle." The International Campaign for Tibet (ICT) is a non-profit advocacy group working to promote democratic freedoms for Tibetans, ensure their human rights, and protect Tibetan culture and the environment. Founded in 1988, ICT is the world's largest Tibet-related NGO, with several hundred thousand members and strong bases of support in North America and Europe. ICT maintains offices in Washington D.C., Amsterdam, Brussels and Berlin. ICT's work focuses on three main areas: reporting on the situation inside Tibet, advocating for Tibet with governments, and reaching out to Chinese individuals, organizations, and media entities. The International Campaign for Tibet works to promote self-determination, human rights, and democratic freedoms for the Tibetan people, and negotiations between the 14th Dalai Lama and the People's Republic of China. The three main departments of ICT are devoted to reporting and communications, advocacy, and Chinese outreach. Monitoring and reporting on human rights, environmental and socio-economic conditions in Tibet makes up a significant portion of ICT's activities, with information coming directly from inside Tibet and also from a network of Tibetan researchers based in India and Nepal. ICT advocacy efforts are focused on securing humanitarian and development assistance for Tibetans, and working with governments to develop policies and programs to help Tibetans. ICT asks its members to petition governments on behalf of Tibet, and organizes activities like the annual Tibet Lobby Day which gives constituents a chance to directly ask their representatives to help Tibet. Additional advocacy efforts are focused on achieving the release of Tibetans imprisoned for their political or religious beliefs. Through Chinese Outreach, ICT engages Chinese thinkers and the broader Chinese public with the goal of increasing mutual understanding between Chinese and Tibetans. ICT is a member of International Federation for Human Rights., International Campaign for Tibet, 1993, 2006. Hardcover. New. About The Author:- The Editors S.C. Bhatt, had been a writer and journalist with long years of experience as head of important departments in the government. He headed the News Services Division of All India Radio, Publications Division, Directorate of Advertising and Visual Publicity (DAVP) and Research and Reference Division. In the last mentioned department it was his responsibility to produce papers and writeups on matters of importance to the government and the public. Under his supervision the "INDIA—A Reference Annual" was produced, both from the Research as well as Reference division. Gopal Bhargava, a prolific writer and author of several books, was a senior official in Town and Country Planning Organization, Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India. First educated at Mayo College Ajmer, and a Post -graduate in Economics from Lucknow University, he is a regular contributor to leading newspapers and academic journals. So far, he has published a good number of papers and articles on various issues, concerning urban development, which is his forte. The map given on the back cover jacket is only illustrative and not true to scale. Contents:- Contents: List of Tables 11: Preface 13: Introduction 15: 1. History 17-23: Seven Cities Of Delhi; Qila Rai Pithora; Mehrauli; Siri;: Tughlakabad; Firozabad; Shergarh; Shahjehanabad; Chronology;: Architecture; Mogul Decline in the 18th Century; Political and: Economic Decentralization During the Mogul Decline; The Rise: of Princely States; Delhi Today.: 2. Physical Aspects 25-26: Location; Area; Altitude; Climate; Physiography; Soils; Rivers;: Canals and Waterways.: 3. Population 27-40: Data Relevant to Population; Characteristics of People; Social: Structure of the Society.: 4. Scheduled Caste 41-51: Need for Emancipation of Dalits.: 5. Scheduled Tribe 53-56: World of Tribal Communities; Tribal Development and Social: Scientists.: 6. Other Backward Classes 57-60: Reservation Policy and Backward Castes; The Depressed Classes: Vis-a-vis Backward Castes.: 7. Government and Politics 61-73: State Figures on Police and Crimes; Aurangzeb and the Politics: of History; Shivaji and the Politics of History; Chief: Commissioners and Lieutenant governors; Parliamentary: Constituencies and Assembly Constituencies.: 6 Delhi: 8. Education 75-95: State Education Figures; Schools in Delhi; Engineering Colleges;: Medcal Colleges; Universities; Polytechnics in Delhi; List of: University.: 9. Transport and Communication 97-123: Figures Related to Transportation and Communication;: Transportation; Road; Airways; Air pollution; Public: transportation system; Transport management; Transport Policies;: Metro Rail Systems; Tackling Urban Transport—Operation Plan: for Delhi; Vision; Mission statement; The Present; The Challenge;: Policy; Mass Transport; Intermediate Public Transport System: (IPT); Controlling Vehicular Pollution; Road Infrastructure;: Integration issues; Financing; Amenities for Commuters; Green: Transport Corporation; Services; Information Technology Policy;: Aspirations; Enablers; Strategy; Promoting for Masses; Enabling: Literacy and Education for the masses; Fulfilling local information: needs of the people; Educating citizens about their duties;: Enabling E-Tourism; Enabling Women; Ushering E-governance;: Milestone One: December 2000; Milestone Two: June 2001;: Milestone Three: December 2001; Implementation enabling: mechanism.: 10. Language and Literature 125-143: Urdu in Delhi; Urdu as an icon of Muslim identification; Decadal: growth of Muslims and Urdu Speakers; Literacy in Urdu: Populated Areas; Level of Education among Urdu Population.: 11. Medical Facilities 145-151: Figures on Medical Facilities in the State; Hospital under: Directorate of Health Services; Colony Hospitals; Drugs Control: Organisation; Indian Systems of Medicine(ISM) and: Homeopathy; Ayurvedic Dispensaries; Delhi Bhartiya Chikitsa: Parishad; Drug Control Cell; Bio Medical Waste(Management: and Handling) Rules, 1998; Aims and Objectives.: 12. Industry 153-281: Figures Related to Industries in the State; Delhi State Industrial: Development Corporation Ltd. (DSIDC); Bawana Project; Project: Background; Non-Conforming Industries; Planning Phase; Design: Phase; Execution and Management Phase; Narela Industrial: Complex; Support for Better Technology; Pollution Free: Environment; Architectural Harmony; Industrial Policy; Growth: of Industry in Delhi; Registration of Small Scale Industrial Units: (SSI); Provisional Registration (In Conforming Area only);: Contents 7: Documents required to be attached for obtaining Provisional: Registration; Benefits of Provisional Registration; Permanent: Registration (In Conforming Area only); Relocation Scheme;: Promotional Activities of the Department of Industries;: Infrastructural Facilities; Assistance in Procuring Imported, Scarce: Raw Material, Fuels and Other Inputs; Handlooms; Handicrafts;: Common Facility Centre; One Window Information Service;: Exports Cell; Quality Control Cell (Electrical); Industrial Pollution: Control; Grant of Licences to Carry on Business of a Processor: or Lubricating Oils and Greases; Simplification in Procedures;: Reducing the Inspections by Inspectorial Staff; Women: Entrepreneurs Cell; Institutional Support; Existing Technical and: Financial Support Institutions; Tool Room and Training Centre: Wazirpur; Hi-Tech vocational Training Centre, Okhla; Course: and duration; Electronic Regional Testing Laboratory (North);: Weaver's Service Centre; Indian Institute of Packaging; Other: Institutions Proposed for Technological and Skill Upgradation;: Delhi Financial Corporation; Other Institutions; Delhi State: Industrial Development Corporation Ltd; Infrastructure: Development; Works under Mini Master Plan for Dev. of Rural: Delhi; Community work Centres; Narela Indl. Complex;: Marketing; Others; Exhibitions; Bhatri Delhi Emporium; Society: for Self Employment; Delhi Khadi and Village Industries Board;: Khadi and Village Industries Schemes; Block Loan Scheme;: Haryana Delhi Industrial Consultants Ltd. (Hardicon); List of ISI: Industries.: 13. Finance Sector 283-292: Figures Related to Financial Sector; State Domestic Product;: Analysis of Economic Growth of Delhi; Sectoral Compositon;: Gross State Domestic Product; Net State Domestic Product/State: Income; Per Capita Income; Economic activity wise growth: analysis; Agriculture and Allied Activities; Mining and Quarrying;: Manufacturing (Registered and Unregistered); Electricity, Gas: and Water Supply; Construction; Trade, Hotels and Restaurants;: Transport, Storage and Communications; Financing, Insurance,: Real Estate and Business Services; Community, Social and: Personal Services.: 14. Natural Wealth 293-301: Figures Related to Forest; Forest Resources; Environment, Forest: and Biodiversity; Urban land sprawls and land-use changes; Air: environment; Emissions from small-scale units; Forest and: biodiversity; Afforestation: programme of Delhi: nursery of tall: seedlings in Pilkhan; Water Resources.: 8 Delhi: 15. Agriculture 303-320: Figures Related to State Agriculture; Urban and peri-urban: agriculture; Key characteristics of urban and peri-urban: agriculture; Crops; A livelihood strategy; Access to land; Grains;: Dairying; Vegetables; Assessing constraints to production;: Agricultural and Livestock; Irrigation; Water Harvesting Schemes.: 16. Wild Life 321-323: 17. Tourism 325-336: Tourist Destinations; Dilli Haat; India Gate; Bangla Sahib;: Cannaught Place; Pragati Maidan; Birla Mandir; Appu Ghar;: Chandni Chowk; Lotus Temple; National Museum; Old Fort;: Qutub Minar; Red Fort; Sis Ganj Gurudwara; Safdarjung Tomb;: Kalkaji Temple; Mughal Garden; Rashtrapati Bhavan; Nehru: Museum; Jama Masjid; Dolls Museum; National Gallery of: Modern Art; National Railway Museum; Jantar Mantar; Ishkcon: Temple; Humayun's Tomb; Parliament House; Rajghat;: Tughlaquabad Fort; Nizamuddin; Lodi Gardens; Hauz Khas;: Hotels.: 18. Archealogical Sites 337: 19. Natural Calamities 339-343: Chronology of Natural Calamities Since 1980; Cold Wave; Heat: Wave; Squalls; Gale; Duststorm; Lightning; Thunderstorm;: Hailstorms; Floods and Heavy Rains.: 20. Customs, Fairs and Festivals 345-357: Customs; Fairs and Festivals.: 21. Arts and Crafts 359-361: 22. Rural Development 363-368: Welfare of Juveniles/Beggars; Welfare of Women; Integrated: Child Development Scheme; Welfare of Senior Citizens; Welfare: of Minorities; Other Welfare Measures; Rural Development: Scheme Launched for Mewat Villages; Poverty alleviation: programmes; Programmes and Schemes.: 23. Urban Development 369-389: Urban Basic Services Programme (750 Lakh); Child Survival: and Development; Immunization; Diarrhoes management; Family: planning/Health checkup; Nutrition and Food preparation;: Supplementary Nutrition Programme; Pre-School Learning: Oppurnity; Personal Hygine, Environment and Community: Sanitation; Assistant for conducting Sports and Cultural activities: Contents 9: and promoting civic consciousness; Swaran Jayanti Shahari: Rozgar Yojana (Rs.500.00 lakh); Administrative Set UP; Digital: Mapping Projection in Collaboration with NIC (Rs. 375.00 lakhs);: Status of the project; Targets for the 10 th Five Year Plan; Public: Awareness Campaign Publicity, Surveys, Seminar and Evaluation;: Strengthening and Augmentation of Infrastructure i.e. Roads,: Streets, Local Parks, Street Lights etc., in Each Assembly: Constituency; Salient Features; Maintenance; Selection of: Executing Agency, Sanction and Execution of Work; Monitoring: Arrangements; Garbage Removal and Environmental: Improvement Through Public Participation; Beautification of: Entry Points of Delhi; Equity Capital to Indraprastha Gas Ltd;: Renovation/Improvement of Urban Chaupal; Microzonation of: Delhi; Skill Upgradation and Improvement in Financial and: Planning Management in Key Services Sectors; Trans Yamuna: Area Development Board; Socio-Cultural Centre at Laxmi Nagar: and CBD Shadara; Land and Building Department; Contribution: to NCR Development Fund; Trans Yamuna Area Development: Board (Rs.20000.00 lakh).: 24. Newspapers 391-430: 25. Important Events (1951-2004) 431-453: Chronology of Events.: 26. Non-Governmental Organisations 455-483: Major NGOs in the State.: 27. Planning Outlay 485-492: Annual Plan Outlay; i. Agriculture & Allied Activities; ii. Rural: Development; iii. Special Areas Programmes; iv. Irrigation &: Flood Control; v. Energy; vi. Industry & Minerals; vii. Transport;: viii. Communications; ix. Science, Technology & Environment;: x. General Economic Services; xi. Social Services; xii. General: Services; Tenth Plan of the State—2002-07 i. Agriculture &: Allied Activities; ii. Rural Development; iii. Special Area: Programmes; iv. Irrigation & Flood Control; v. Energy; vi.: Industry & Minerals; vii. Transport; viii. Communications; ix.: Science, Technology & Environment; xi. Social Services: Education; xii. General Services.: 10 Delhi: Contents 11: 3.1. Population Characteristics 2001 28: 3.2. Decadal Growth 1991 - 2001 29: 3.3 Population: (0 - 6 years) 2001 29: 3.4. Percentage of Population: (0-6) to total population (0 - 6years): 2001 29: 3.5. Distribution of Religion by Sex with Percentage of Total: Population (State/district) (2001) 31: 3.6. Distribution of Disabled Persons by Type of Disabilty and: Residence (in %) (2001) 38: 3.7 Distribution of Beggars (2001) 39: 3.8. Population, India, States and Union Territory 1901-2001 40: 3.9. Decadal Variation in Population, 1901-2001 40: 4.1. Statewise Distribution of Individual Scheduled Caste Population: by Sex and Literacy Rate (2001) 42: 4.2. SC Population Ratio w.r.t. Population (2001) 45: 4.3. Distribution of Individual Scheduled Castes Population by Sex: (State/District) (2001) 46: 5.1. ST Population Ratio w.r.t. Population (2001) 55: 6.1. State-wise OBC List 59: 6.2. State-wise Central List of Backward Classes Notified by: Government of India 60: 7.1. Chief Commissioners of Delhi 70: 7.2. Lietenant Governors of Delhi 70: 7.3. Chief Ministers of Delhi 70: 7.4. Name of State, Districts, Tehsils and Towns (2001) 71: 7.5. List of Administrative Districts (2001) 73: 8.1. Number of Literates 2001 76: 8.2. Percentage of Literates to Total population 2001 76: 10.1. District-wise Break up of Urdu Population 1991 126: 10.2. District-wise Break-up of Muslim/Urdu Population Ratio 127: 10.3. Decadal growth 127: 10.4. Literacy 128: 10.5. Distribution of Language 128: 10.6. Distribution of Mother Toungue 135: 12.1. State wise and employment wise Minimum wages Wages fixed: in 29 Employments (As on 01.10.2001) 177: List of Table: 12 Delhi: 12.2. Total Population, Total Workers, Main Workers, Marginal: Workers and Non-Workers–India, States and Union Territories :: 2001 281: 12.3. Total Workers (Main + Marginal) and their Categories–India,: States and Union Territories : 2001 281: 13.1. Sector wise contribution of GSDP of at Current Prices sector 286: 13.2. Sector wise contribution of GSDP of at Constant Prices sector 286: 15.1. Sources of Irrigation and Irrigated Area 312: 15.2. Utilisation of Land in Delhi 313: 15.3. Area under selected Crops in Delhi 315: 15.4. Production of Selected Crops in Delhi 315: 15.5. Average Yield of Principal Crops in Delhi 315: 15.6. Area irrigated under Principal Crops in Delhi (In Hectares): Irrigation 316: 16.1. United Nations List of National Parks and Protected Areas 323: 24.1. Number of Newspapers in 2001 (Language and Periodicitywise): 392: 24.2. Circulation of Newspapers in 2001 (Language and Periodicitywise): 394: 24.3. List of Big, Medium and Small Newspapers - 2001 395: 24.4. Publication Added in 2001 417: 27.1. Annual Plan of Delhi 2002-2003 485: 27.2. Tenth Plan of Delhi—2002-07 489 The Title 'Land And People of Indian States & Union Territories (Delhi), Vol-34th written/authored/edited by Ed. S. C.Bhatt & Gopal K Bhargava', published in the year 2006. The ISBN 9788178353906 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 252 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Kalpaz Publications. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Anthropology / Tribal Studies / Reference / Dictionary / Encyclopaedia. Vol:- 34th., 2006, Astral International (P) Ltd/Daya Publishing House, 2009. Hardcover. New. When we are standing on the ground, we are really standing on roof-top of other world. Soil might look “dirt” but it is far more interestings; living in the soil or plant roots, bacteria, fungi, actinomycetes, algae, lichens, protozoan, nematodes etc. These exist in great diversity among various microorganisms and even with in a group of microorganisms, dependng on the habitat and environmental factors. Soils are formed from a stew of geological ingredients or parent material (rock and mineral), water and billions of organisms. The interaction between climate, parent of soil properties that are unique to the soil type and climate. It has been proposed that a micorbe should be considered as a new state symbol in the company of state animals, the state bird, state flower, state fish and state insect. The state microbe will be a living symbol of an organism that reflect the culture and heritage of people and will contribute mightily to the state’s economy. The present Volume is compendium of wide ranging modern topics on soil microbiology. It is an assemblage of the up-to-date information of rapid advances and developments taking place in the field of soil microbilogy. The book is a unique compilation of 30 Chapters which discuss exhaustive studies on algae, fungi, lichens, mycorrhizae, bacteria, virus and other microroorganisms. This book will be a mile-stone in the field of soil microbiology, because it will open a new vista in the field of soil microbiology and its applied aspects. The authors have done a tremendous job of synthesizing all the recent and up-to-date information. The present book aimed to emphasise on diverse aspects of soil microflora. The various information incorporated in the book by authors who are internationally acknowledged experts in the microbiology and are the eminent scientists of the Country, they have made sincere efforts to make their papers as recent and comprehensive as possible. The book has been framed with the intention of providing a sufficient depth of the subject to satisfy the needs at a level which will be comprehensive and interesting. The book will be useful to the students, theacher, scientists and researchers from the different branches of soil microbiology. It is hoped that the will fully meet the objectives of catering the needs of the students and researchers in the fields of Botany, Microbiology, Soil Science, Agricultural Science and Forestry of all Indian Universities. Contents: Contents Chapter 1: Soil Microflora: A General Aspect by Mukesh Kumar, Anjali Khare and Rajan Kumar Gupta Chapter 2: Distribution of Cyanobacteria in Coastal Sandy Soils and Alumina Mine Waste Soils of Orissa by S P Adhikary and Pramila Tripathy Chapter 3: Significance of Soil Microorganisms in Sustainable Agriculture by Shalini Singh, Rachana Srivastava and Y V Singh Chapter 4: Impact of Herbicides on Cyanobacterial Flora of Rice Fields by Mihir Kumar Das Chapter 5: Mycorrhizae: Benefits and Practical Applications in Forest Management by K P Singh, P Srinivas and Bijendra Kumar Chapter 6: Role of Earthworms in Soil Biology and Crop Production by Y V Singh, Shalini Singh and Rachana Srivastava Chapter 7: Diversity of Soil Lichens in India by Roshni Khare, D K Upreti, Sanjeeva Nayaka and R K Gupta Chapter 8: Bacterial and Fungal Diversity in Alkali Affected Soil by Kaushal Pratapo Singh, Dheeraj Mohan and Seema Bhadauria Chapter 9: Frankia-Actinorhizal Symbiosis: An Overview by Amrita Srivastava, Anju Singh, Satya Shila Singh and Arun Kumar Mishra Chapter 10: Cyanobacterial Surfactants Enhance the Fertility and Stability of Tropical Soils by Usha Pandey Chapter 11: Soil Denitrifying Bacteria and Environmental Factros Regulating Denitrification in Soil by Paromita Ghosh Chapter 12: Molecular Mechanism of Nitrogen Fixation in Rhizobium by Ravi Rajhans and Rajan Kumar Printed Pages: 395., Astral International (P) Ltd/Daya Publishing House, 2009, Astral International (P) Ltd/Daya Publishing House, 2009. Hardcover. New. When we are standing on the ground, we are really standing on roof-top of other world. Soil might look “dirt” but it is far more interestings; living in the soil or plant roots, bacteria, fungi, actinomycetes, algae, lichens, protozoan, nematodes etc. These exist in great diversity among various microorganisms and even with in a group of microorganisms, dependng on the habitat and environmental factors. Soils are formed from a stew of geological ingredients or parent material (rock and mineral), water and billions of organisms. The interaction between climate, parent of soil properties that are unique to the soil type and climate. It has been proposed that a micorbe should be considered as a new state symbol in the company of state animals, the state bird, state flower, state fish and state insect. The state microbe will be a living symbol of an organism that reflect the culture and heritage of people and will contribute mightily to the state’s economy. The present Volume is compendium of wide ranging modern topics on soil microbiology. It is an assemblage of the up-to-date information of rapid advances and developments taking place in the field of soil microbilogy. The book is a unique compilation of 30 Chapters which discuss exhaustive studies on algae, fungi, lichens, mycorrhizae, bacteria, virus and other microroorganisms. This book will be a mile-stone in the field of soil microbiology, because it will open a new vista in the field of soil microbiology and its applied aspects. The authors have done a tremendous job of synthesizing all the recent and up-to-date information. The present book aimed to emphasise on diverse aspects of soil microflora. The various information incorporated in the book by authors who are internationally acknowledged experts in the microbiology and are the eminent scientists of the Country, they have made sincere efforts to make their papers as recent and comprehensive as possible. The book has been framed with the intention of providing a sufficient depth of the subject to satisfy the needs at a level which will be comprehensive and interesting. The book will be useful to the students, theacher, scientists and researchers from the different branches of soil microbiology. It is hoped that the will fully meet the objectives of catering the needs of the students and researchers in the fields of Botany, Microbiology, Soil Science, Agricultural Science and Forestry of all Indian Universities. Contents: Contents Chapter 1: Soil Microflora: A General Aspect by Mukesh Kumar, Anjali Khare and Rajan Kumar Gupta Chapter 2: Distribution of Cyanobacteria in Coastal Sandy Soils and Alumina Mine Waste Soils of Orissa by S P Adhikary and Pramila Tripathy Chapter 3: Significance of Soil Microorganisms in Sustainable Agriculture by Shalini Singh, Rachana Srivastava and Y V Singh Chapter 4: Impact of Herbicides on Cyanobacterial Flora of Rice Fields by Mihir Kumar Das Chapter 5: Mycorrhizae: Benefits and Practical Applications in Forest Management by K P Singh, P Srinivas and Bijendra Kumar Chapter 6: Role of Earthworms in Soil Biology and Crop Production by Y V Singh, Shalini Singh and Rachana Srivastava Chapter 7: Diversity of Soil Lichens in India by Roshni Khare, D K Upreti, Sanjeeva Nayaka and R K Gupta Chapter 8: Bacterial and Fungal Diversity in Alkali Affected Soil by Kaushal Pratapo Singh, Dheeraj Mohan and Seema Bhadauria Chapter 9: Frankia-Actinorhizal Symbiosis: An Overview by Amrita Srivastava, Anju Singh, Satya Shila Singh and Arun Kumar Mishra Chapter 10: Cyanobacterial Surfactants Enhance the Fertility and Stability of Tropical Soils by Usha Pandey Chapter 11: Soil Denitrifying Bacteria and Environmental Factros Regulating Denitrification in Soil by Paromita Ghosh Chapter 12: Molecular Mechanism of Nitrogen Fixation in Rhizobium by Ravi Rajhans and Rajan Kumar Printed Pages: 395., Astral International (P) Ltd/Daya Publishing House, 2009, Daya Publishing House, 2004. Hardcover. New. Water is of the prime importance for all the human activities and so its management and conservation is most essential. In this present age, when every man is aware of the importance of sustainable environment, training the mass in environment management is the need of hours. It is necessary to change people\`s attitude towards the importance of water. A new environmental behaviour is necessary, in which quantitative demands and confrontation must be replaced by qualitative appreciation and co-ordination. This will hopefully lead us into a new era of human harmony, which can bring changes to the well being of life on the earth.;The book presents the most important aspects of pollution, conservation and management of aquatic environment. Factual studies and research-based recommendations are also included in this book.;This book is a unique compilation of 40 research articles, which must be useful to the students pursuing advanced and specialized courses, academicians, researchers, scientists, administrators, industrialists and the concerned people in general.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Impact of Sewage Pollution on Primary Productivity of Wetland of Jharkhand (Santal Pargana), India by Arvind Kumar & C Bohra; Chapter 2: Assessment and Management of Water Pollution: A Review by S Ananthi, P Uma Maheshwari, K Usha Rani, R Saravanan & A Arun; Chapter 3: Quality of Water in Fruit and Vegetable Processing Industries and their Management by R Saravana Kumar, G Manimegalai, A Solaimalai & M Baskar; Chapter 4: Wastewater Quality of Major Drains of Delhi Draining Wastewater to River Yamuna and Assessment of Water Quality of River Yamuna at Delhi Stretch by P K Behera, R C Trivedy & P C Mishra; Chapter 5: Management and Reclamation of Water for Silk Reeling by C Doreswamy & Ramakrishna Naika; Chapter 6: Quality Assessment of Water from Fish Processing Industries and Their Pollution Management by R Saravanakumar, A Solaimalai, G Manimegalai & M Baskar; Chapter 7: Management of Water pollution in Ponds Used in Trapa-cum-Fish Culture Practices by Shivesh Pratap Singh & Surendra Gupta; Chapter 8: Pollution Potential Studies of Groundwater Around Two Mining Areas in the Western Part of Sundargarh District, Orissa by S K Dash & H K Sahoo; Chapter 9: Studies on Selected Major Elements and Nutrients in Rushikulya Estuary (East Coast of India) by Tapan Rani Mahapatro; Chapter 10: Pesticide and Fish: A Workhouse for the Detection, Evaluation and Abatement of Water Pollution by Biplab Sarkar, S Adhikari, Partha Bandyopadhyay, Bidhan C Patra & S Ayyappan; Chapter 11: Utilisation of Municipal Wastewater in Aerobic Composting of Solid Organic Waste of Bhubaneswar City by S P Panda, D K Behera & C S K Mishra; Chapter 12: Bacteriological Evaluation of Marketed Mineral Water by S Sumathy, R Gowrisankar & S Ramesh; Chapter 13: Evaluation of a Relationship Between BOD and COD for River Nagavali and River Kolab in Koraput District, Orissa by Saswat Kumar Mohanty, Dipika Patnaik & Swoyam P Rout; Chapter 14: Seasonal Variations in the Water Quality Index for Vani Vihar Lake in Bhubaneswar, Orissa by Hrushikesh Behera, Swoyam P Rout & Laxmidhara Pal; Chapter 15: Groundwater Quality of Ghataprabha Command Area, Karnataka by C K Jain, C P Kumar & M K Sharma; Chapter 16: Study on Water Quality of Subansiri River in Assam: An EIA Approach for a Proposed Hydroelectric Power Project by B K Baruah & D Baruah; Chapter 17: Bacteriological Assessment of Boiling Water and Point of Use Aqua Purifying Systems by S Vanaja Indhumathy, R Gowrisankar & S Ramesh; Chapter 18: Physico-chemical Analysis of the Water Samples in the Freshwater Ponds of Canchipur, Manipur by L Geetabali Devi & B Manihar Sharma; Chapter 19: Groundwater Quality Index Near Industrial Area by Deepali A Sohani, G R Chaudhary & V S Shrivastava; Chapter 20: Analysis of Heavy Metals in Grou Printed Pages: 530., Daya Publishing House, 2004, Daya Publishing House, 2004. Hardcover. New. Water is of the prime importance for all the human activities and so its management and conservation is most essential. In this present age, when every man is aware of the importance of sustainable environment, training the mass in environment management is the need of hours. It is necessary to change people\`s attitude towards the importance of water. A new environmental behaviour is necessary, in which quantitative demands and confrontation must be replaced by qualitative appreciation and co-ordination. This will hopefully lead us into a new era of human harmony, which can bring changes to the well being of life on the earth.;The book presents the most important aspects of pollution, conservation and management of aquatic environment. Factual studies and research-based recommendations are also included in this book.;This book is a unique compilation of 40 research articles, which must be useful to the students pursuing advanced and specialized courses, academicians, researchers, scientists, administrators, industrialists and the concerned people in general.;;Contents;Chapter 1: Impact of Sewage Pollution on Primary Productivity of Wetland of Jharkhand (Santal Pargana), India by Arvind Kumar & C Bohra; Chapter 2: Assessment and Management of Water Pollution: A Review by S Ananthi, P Uma Maheshwari, K Usha Rani, R Saravanan & A Arun; Chapter 3: Quality of Water in Fruit and Vegetable Processing Industries and their Management by R Saravana Kumar, G Manimegalai, A Solaimalai & M Baskar; Chapter 4: Wastewater Quality of Major Drains of Delhi Draining Wastewater to River Yamuna and Assessment of Water Quality of River Yamuna at Delhi Stretch by P K Behera, R C Trivedy & P C Mishra; Chapter 5: Management and Reclamation of Water for Silk Reeling by C Doreswamy & Ramakrishna Naika; Chapter 6: Quality Assessment of Water from Fish Processing Industries and Their Pollution Management by R Saravanakumar, A Solaimalai, G Manimegalai & M Baskar; Chapter 7: Management of Water pollution in Ponds Used in Trapa-cum-Fish Culture Practices by Shivesh Pratap Singh & Surendra Gupta; Chapter 8: Pollution Potential Studies of Groundwater Around Two Mining Areas in the Western Part of Sundargarh District, Orissa by S K Dash & H K Sahoo; Chapter 9: Studies on Selected Major Elements and Nutrients in Rushikulya Estuary (East Coast of India) by Tapan Rani Mahapatro; Chapter 10: Pesticide and Fish: A Workhouse for the Detection, Evaluation and Abatement of Water Pollution by Biplab Sarkar, S Adhikari, Partha Bandyopadhyay, Bidhan C Patra & S Ayyappan; Chapter 11: Utilisation of Municipal Wastewater in Aerobic Composting of Solid Organic Waste of Bhubaneswar City by S P Panda, D K Behera & C S K Mishra; Chapter 12: Bacteriological Evaluation of Marketed Mineral Water by S Sumathy, R Gowrisankar & S Ramesh; Chapter 13: Evaluation of a Relationship Between BOD and COD for River Nagavali and River Kolab in Koraput District, Orissa by Saswat Kumar Mohanty, Dipika Patnaik & Swoyam P Rout; Chapter 14: Seasonal Variations in the Water Quality Index for Vani Vihar Lake in Bhubaneswar, Orissa by Hrushikesh Behera, Swoyam P Rout & Laxmidhara Pal; Chapter 15: Groundwater Quality of Ghataprabha Command Area, Karnataka by C K Jain, C P Kumar & M K Sharma; Chapter 16: Study on Water Quality of Subansiri River in Assam: An EIA Approach for a Proposed Hydroelectric Power Project by B K Baruah & D Baruah; Chapter 17: Bacteriological Assessment of Boiling Water and Point of Use Aqua Purifying Systems by S Vanaja Indhumathy, R Gowrisankar & S Ramesh; Chapter 18: Physico-chemical Analysis of the Water Samples in the Freshwater Ponds of Canchipur, Manipur by L Geetabali Devi & B Manihar Sharma; Chapter 19: Groundwater Quality Index Near Industrial Area by Deepali A Sohani, G R Chaudhary & V S Shrivastava; Chapter 20: Analysis of Heavy Metals in Grou Printed Pages: 530., Daya Publishing House, 2004, 2006. Hardcover. New. About The Author:- The Editors S.C. Bhatt, had been a writer and journalist with long years of experience as head of important departments in the government. He headed the News Services Division of All India Radio, Publications Division, Directorate of Advertising and Visual Publicity (DAVP) and Research and Reference Division. In the last mentioned department it was his responsibility to produce papers and writeups on matters of importance to the government and the public. Under his supervision the "INDIA—A Reference Annual" was produced, both from the Research as well as Reference division. Gopal Bhargava, a prolific writer and author of several books, was a senior official in Town and Country Planning Organization, Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India. First educated at Mayo College Ajmer, and a Post -graduate in Economics from Lucknow University, he is a regular contributor to leading newspapers and academic journals. So far, he has published a good number of papers and articles on various issues, concerning urban development, which is his forte. The map given on the back cover jacket is only illustrative and not true to scale. Contents:- Contents: List of Tables 11: Preface 13: Introduction 15: 1. History 17-31: The Kadambas 350 A.D. to 14th Century; Vikramaditya VI (1076 -: 1127); Decline and fall; The Gangas; The Badami Chalukyas; The: Rastrakutas; The Kalyana Chalukyas; The Sevunas; The: Hoysalas; Vijayanagara Empire; Wodeyars of Mysore - (1578 -: 1947); SULTANS OF MYSORE (1761-1799); Haider Ali Khan: Padshah; 1st Mysore-British war (1767-1769); British misrule in: Bengal; Mysore-Maharatha war (1769-1778); 2nd Mysore-British: war (1780-1784); British army atrocities; Tipu Sultan; Mysore-: Maharatha, Hyderabad war (1785-1787); 3rd Mysore-British war: (1790-92); 4th Mysore-British war (1799); The Last Rulers.: 2. Physical Aspects 33-37: Location; Area; Physiography; Northern Karnataka Plateau;: Central Karnataka Plateau; Southern Karnataka Plateau;: Karnataka Coastal Region; Climate; Soils; Karnataka Light Soils: (KLS); Hills; Rivers .: 3. Population 39-75: Data Relevant to Population; Characteristics of People; Social: structure of the society.: 4. Scheduled Caste 77-111: Need for Emancipation of Dalits.: 5. Scheduled Tribe 113-133: World of Tribal Communities; Tribal Development and Social: Scientists.: 6 Karnataka: 6. Other Backward Classes 135-149: Reservation Policy and Backward Castes; The Depressed Classes: Vis-a-vis Backward Castes.: 7. Government and Politics 151-182: State Figures on Police and Crimes; Chief Ministers and: Governors; Parliamentary and Assembly Constituencies of the: State.: 8. Education 183-194: State Education Figures; Infrastructure Facilities in Schools;: Universtiy Education; Premier Educational Centres; Medical: Education; Technical Education; List of Universities in the State.: 9. Transport and Communication 195-206: Figures Related to Transportation and Communication;: Transportation; Roads; Airways; Railways; Communication;: Telecommunications; IT Policy of Karnataka; Objectives; IT: Policy for the Government; IT in Educational Sector; Information: Technology Policy for the Industrial sector; Fiscal Incentives;: lnfrastructure Policy; Preamble:; Objectives; Incentives and: Concession: 10. Language and Literature 207-227: Literature; History of Kannada Literature; A Banavasi Inscription: in Old Kannada; Veerashaivism and Vachanas; Dasa Sahitya or: Slave Literature; Veerashaiva and Brahmanical Epics; Brahmanic: Epics; Satakas; Stories (Charite); Devotional Songs.: 11. Medical Facilities 229-232: Figures on Medical Facilities in the State; Rural Health: Programme; Maternal and Child Health Services; Schools Health: Programme; Medical Institutions; General Hospitals; Social: Welfare Measures; Family Welfare Services; Labour Welfare;: Women and Child Welfare; Welfare of the Disabled Population.: 12. Industry 233-279: Figures Related to Industries in the State; Hydroelectric power;: Mining; IT Infrastructure; Telecommunication Infrastructure;: Department of Telecommunications (DOT); Videsh Sanchar Nigam: Limited (VSNL); Software Technology Parks of India (STPI); State: priority sectors; Industrial Policy of Karnataka; Mission;: Technology Upgradation; Infrastructure Support; Human: Resource Development; Deregulation of Business Environment;: Survey of Industry; Small Scale Industries; Streamlining Single: Window Mechanism; List of ISI Industries.: Contents 7: 13. Finance Sector 281-284: Figures Related to Financial Sector; Banking and Financial Sector;: Bangalore Stock Exchange; Net State Domestic Product.: 14. Natural Wealth 285-291: Figures Related to Forest; Forest; Mineral Resources; Water: Resources; Forest Resources; Flora and Fauna.: 15. Agriculture 293-313: Figures Related to State Agriculture; Irrigation; Agro Food: Processing Industrial Policy of Karnataka; Biotechnology Policy;: The Biotech Industry; Taxation on Biotechnology Products; Large: Dams.: 16. Wild Life 315-353: Bandipur National Park; Bandipur Reserve; Bannerghatta National: Park; Kudremukh Reserve; Nagarhole National Park; Arabithittu: Wildlife Sanctuary; Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary; Bilgiri: Rangaswamy Temple (BRT) Wildlife Sanctuary; Brahmagiri: Wildlife Sanctuary; Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary; Ghataprabha: Sanctuary; Melkote Temple Wildlife Sanctuary; Mukambika: Wildlife Sanctuary; Nugu Wildlife Sanctuary; Pushpagiri Wildlife: Sanctuary; Ranebennur Blackbuck Sanctuary; Sharavathi Valley: Wildlife Sanctuary; Shettihally Sanctuary; Someshwara Wildlife: Sanctuary; Adichunchunagiri Peacock Sanctuary; Attiveri Bird: Sanctuary; Daroji Sloth Bear Sanctuary; Gadavi Bird Sanctuary;: Ranganathittu Bird Sanctuary; Shettihalli Wildlife Sanctuary;: Talakaveri Wildlife Sanctuary; Kokkerabellur– Village of Storks;: Nagarhole and Bandipur - Weekend with Tuskers; The Call of: The Wild – The Vast Forests of South Karnataka; Rangana Bird: Sanctury; Glimpses and near misses; Close encounters; Bhadra: Sanctuary; Bhimeshwari; Brahmagiri Sanctuary; Dandeli: Sanctuary; Kokurbelur Sanctuary; Mookambika Sanctuary;: Ranibennur Sanctuary; Sharavathi Sanctuary; Indian Elephant;: Elephas maximus Linnaeus, Nagarahole Reserve; Bhadra Reserve.: 17. Tourism 355-375: Tourist Destinations; Bangalore; Ulsoor Lake; Lalbagh Botanical: gardens; Cubbon Park; Vidhan Soudha; Nehru Planetarium; Tipu’s: Summer Palace; Bull Temple; Museums; Visveswaraiah Industrial: and Technological Museum; Government Museum; Venkatappa: Art Gallery; Bannerghatta National Park (22km); Channapatna: (60km); Mekedatu (98km); Ramohalli (28km); Hesaraghatta (25km);: Shivaganga(56kms); Shivanasamudram; Hogenekkal Falls: (140km); Devarayanadurga; Chowdaiah Memorial Hall; Kolar Gold: Fields; Bijapur; Golgumbaz; Jama Masjid; Malik-e-Maidan;: 8 Karnataka: Mehtar Mahal; The Asar Mahal; Upli Buruj; Mysore; City Palace;: Chamundi Hill; Nandi Hills; Chamarajenendra Art Gallery;: Brindavan Garden; Government Silk Weaving Factory;: Sravanabelagola; Belur; The Chenakesava Temple; Jog Falls;: Hampi; Virupaksha Temple; The Archaeological Museum; Rail: Museum; Halebid; Hoysalesvara Temple; Bhavanishankar: Temple; Asar; Nrupatunga Betta; Siddharoodha Math; Unkala: Lake; Navilteerth; Sathodi & Mathodi Falls; Sykes Point; Ulavia;: Dargah of Peer Shan Shamsuddin Kharobat; Naganatha Temple;: Karwar Harbour; River Kalinadi; Muslin Factory; Kurmagad: Island; Mysore Zoo; Nagarhole National Park; Places Around: Karwar; Ankola;Gokarna; Yana; Ulavi; Honnavar; Dandeli;: Lushington Falls; Magod Falls; Bhatkal; Banavasi; Places in: Mangalore; Mangaladevi Temple; Kadri Manjunath Temple; St.: Aloysius college Chapel; Light House Hill-Garden; Sultan Battery;: Shreemanthi Bai Memorial Government Museum; Mahatma: Gandhi Museum; Places around Mangalore; Ullal; Moodabidire;: Karkala; Venur; Malpe Beach; Dharmastala; Kollur; Udupi; Sri: Krishna Temple; Sri Anathesvara Temple; Chandramauleshvara: Temple; Places Around Udupi; Manipal; Malpe; Brahmavar;: Maravanthe; Hotels.: 18. Archaeological Sites 377-424: 19. Natural Calamities 425-435: Chronology of Natural Calamities Since 1980; Heat Wave;: Drought; Squalls; Gale; Lightning; Thunderstorm; Hailstrom;: Floods and Heavy Rains.: 20. Customs, Fairs and Festivals 437-485: Oil bath; Fairs and Festivals.: 21. Arts and Crafts 487-498: Arts; Folk Dances; Religious Dances; Secular Dances; Music;: Musical Tradition of Karnataka; Folk Songs & Singers;: Yakshagana; Costumes; The Puppet Theatre; Hrikatha.: 22. Rural Development 499-511: Indira Awaas Yojana; Drinking Water Supply; Sanitation and: Sanitary latrines; Environmental Improvement and Social: Forestry; Involvement of Voluntary Organisations; Inventory of: Houses; Display of IAY Board and Logo; Credit-Cum-Subsidy: Scheme for Rural Housing; Salient Features; Samagra Awaas: Yojana; Salient Features; Nirmal Karnataka (Rural Sanitation);: Baif Institute for Rural Development-Karnataka .: Contents 9: 23. Urban Development 513-521: Swarna Jayanti Shahari Rozgar Yojana (SJSRY); Urban Self-: Employment Programme (USEP):; Urban Wage Employment and: programme (UWEP); Eleventh Finance Commission Grants;: Integrated Development of Small & Medium Towns (IDSMT) ;: Status of Idsmit Towns in Karnataka:; Towards better living: Environment.; Urban Stree Shakti for Poverty Alleviation:; Urban: Cleanliness (Solid Waste Management); Access to Toilets for: Urban Poor; Rainwater Harvesting; Property Taxes Reforms And: Property Related GIS; Computerisation; The Karnataka Urban: Infrastructure Development And Finance Corporation;: KUDCEMP; Karnataka Urban Development and Coastal: Environmental Management Project; Description; Components;: Objectives; Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development Project;: Karnataka Urban Infrastructure Development Project.: 24. Newspapers 523-538: Big Dailies; Big Periodicals; Medium Dailies; Medium Periodicals;: Small Dailies; Small Periodicals.: 25. Important Events (1951-2004) 539-555: Chronology of Events.: 26. Non-Governmental Organisations 557-579: Major NGOs in the State.: 27. Planning Outlay 581-589: Annual Plan Outlay; i. Agriculture and Allied Activities; ii. Rural: Development; iii. Special Areas Programmes; iv. Irrigation and: Flood Control; v. Energy; vi. Industry and Minerals; vii. Transport;: viii. Communications; ix. Science,Technology and Environment;: x. General Economic Services; xi. Social Services; xii. General: Services; Tenth Plan Outlay; i. Agriculture and Allied Activities;: ii. Rural Development; iii. Special Area Programmes; iv. Irrigation: and Flood Control; v. Energy; vi. Industry and Minerals; vii.: Transport; viii. Communications; ix. Science,Technology and: Environment; x. General Economic Services; xi. Social Services: Education; ii. General Services.: 10 Karnataka: Contents 11: 3.1. Population Characteristics 40: 3.2. Decadal Growth 1991 - 2001 40: 3.3. Population—Rural, Urban (2001) 41: 3.4. Population: (0 - 6 years) (2001) 42: 3.5. Percentage of Population: (0-6) to total population (0 - 6 years) (2001) 42: 3.6. Number of Literates to Total Population (2001) 42: 3.7. Percentage of Literates to Total population (2001) 42: 3.8. Demographic Information as per census 2001- Karnataka 42: 3.9. Total Population (2001) 43: 3.10. Literate Population (2001) 43: 3.11. Age Ddistribution (in Percentage) 43: 3.12. Work participation rate 44: 3.13. Distribution of population by Religion (in percentage) 44: 3.14. Distribution of 10,000 speakers by Languages 44: 3.15. Amenties 45: 3.16. House Types 45: 3.17. Fertility Rates 45: 3.18. Distribution of Religion by Sex with Percentage of Total Population: (State/district) (2001) 47: 3.19. Distribution of Disabled Persons by Type of Disabilty and Residence: (in %) (2001) 69: 3.20. Distribution of Beggars (2001) 70: 3.21. Population, India, States and Union Territory 1901-2001 75: 3.22. Per cent Decadal Variation in Population, 1901-2001 75: 4.1. Statewise Distribution of Individual Scheduled Caste Population by: Sex and Literacy Rate (2001) 78: 4.2. SC Population Ratio w.r.t. Population (2001) 86: 4.3. Distribution of Individual Scheduled Castes Population by Sex: (State/District) (2001) 92: 5.1. Statewise Distribution of Individual Scheduled Tribes Population: by Sex and Literacy Rate (2001) 115: 5.2. ST Population Ratio w.r.t. Population (2001) 119: 5.3. Distribution of Individual Scheduled Tribes Population by Sex: (State/District) (2001) 124: 6.1. State-wise OBC List 137: 6.2. State-wise Central List of Backward Classes Notified by Government: of India 146: 7.1. Chief Ministers of Karnataka 155: 7.2. Governors of Karnataka 156: 7.3. Name of State, Districts, Tehsils and Towns 176: List of Tables: 12 Karnataka: 8.1. Level of Education 184: 8.2. Literacy rate 185: 10.1. Distribution of Language (2001) 215: 10.2. Distribution of Mother Toungue (2001) 220: 12.1. State wise and employment wise Minimum wages (Wages fixed in 64: Employments) 248: 12.3. Total Workers (Main + Marginal) and their Categories–India, States: and Union Territories : 2001 278: 12.2. Total Population, Total Workers, Main Workers, Marginal Workers: and Non-Workers–India, States and Union Territories : 2001 279: 15.1. Area, Production and Yield of Food Grains (1995-96 to 1999-00) 295: 15.2. Production of Milk, Egg, Wool & Fish 295: 15.3. Distribution of Household by Sources of Drinking Water 312: 24.1. Number of Newspapers in 2001 (Language and Periodicity-wise) 524: 24.2. Circulation of Nespapers in 2001 (Language and Periodicity-wise) 526: 24.3. List of Big, Medium and Small Newspapers - 2001 527: 24.4. Publication Added in 2001 531: 27.1. Annual Plan of Karnataka 2002-2003 581: 27.2. Tenth Plan of Karnataka—2002-07 585 The Title 'Land And People of Indian States & Union Territories (Karnataka), Vol-13th written/authored/edited by Ed. S. C.Bhatt & Gopal K Bhargava', published in the year 2006. The ISBN 9788178353692 is assigned to the Hardcover version of this title. This book has total of pp. 589 (Pages). The publisher of this title is Kalpaz Publications. This Book is in English. The subject of this book is Anthropology / Tribal Studies / Reference / Dictionary / Encyclopaedia. Vol:- 13th., 2006, Berlin: Springer-Verlag. Fair with no dust jacket. 1988. Hardcover. 3540182314 . Binding started at title page and at rear hinge, library stamps/marks/labels/pocket/lip, wear. Quite serviceable reading copy. ; Contents: Metals in aquatic and terrestrial systems / A.C.M. Bourg --Microbiological oxidations of minerals and mine tailings / B.C. Kelley and O.H. Touvinen --Response of plants and vegetation to mine tailings and dredged materials / W.H.O. Ernst --Case histories of coastal and marine mines / D.V. Ellis --Development of dredged material disposal sites / W. van Driel and J.P.J. Nijssen --Biological assessment of the environmental impact of dredged material / W. Ahlf and M. Munawar --Soil pollution by metals from mining and smelting activities / T. Asami --Geochemistry of priority pollutants in anoxic sludges / M. Kersten --Assessment of metal mobility in dredged material and mine waste by pore water chemistry and solid speciation / U. Fo?rstner and M. Kersten --Diagenetic processes in aquatic mine tailings deposits in British Columbia / T.F. Pedersen and A.J. Losher --Behaviour of trace metals in a. (cont.) tropical river system affected by mining / J. Jeffery, N. Marshman, and W. Salomons --Heavy metal transport in streams--field release experiments / B.M. Chapman, D.R. Jones, and R.F. Jung.; Ex-Library; x, 305 pages ., Springer-Verlag, 1988, Viva Books Private Limited, 2012. Hardcover. New. Description: Pollution is the release to the environment of contaminants that can cause discomfort, disorder, harm, or instability. Considering its impact, it is important that there should be resource that addresses all aspects of pollution. Encyclopedia of Pollution is a comprehensive full-color reference that discusses the myriad types of pollutants—including their properties, production, and uses; their emission into the environment; the effect to one’s health of exposure; the role of the government in funding research and assistance programs; legislation on preventive measures; and environmental regulations. The two-volume encyclopedia features more than 300 up-to-date cross-referenced entries—most concluding with sources for further reading—that detail a subject’s significance and relevance to the topic. The set includes 12 essays, interspersed throughout the text, that discuss epidemiology, space shuttle launches and air pollution, regulation of ocean pollution, the surprising impact of golf courses on pollution, Hurricane Floyd, and other topical issues. Enhanced by nearly 300 four-color line illustrations and color photographs, entries include • agriculture and pollution • Deepwater Horizon oil spill • hurricanes and pollution • indoor air pollution • Kerr-McGee Rare Earths Facility • Love Canal • mining and pollution • ozone • pesticides • soil pollution • Three Mile Island • vinyl chloride • war and pollution • World Trade Center disaster The encyclopedia includes 13 helpful appendixes—including, a chronology, a glossary, a bibliography of print and Web resources, the EPA drinking water standards, a list of chemicals analyzed at Superfund Sites, the EPA National Air Quality Index, and a list of the top 25 oil spills in the world—as well as an extensive index. Encyclopedia of Pollution is an indispensable publication that will meet the specific demands of students, interested laypersons, and working professionals with an interest in this interdisciplinary field. Contents: Introduction • Cross-referenced Lists of Entries • Entries A–Z • Feature Essay • Air Pollution in National Parks – by Robert P. Blauvelt • Gulf of Mexico Dead Zone – by Alexander E. Gates, Ph.D. • Epidemiology and Health Effects – by Robert P. Blauvelt • Hurricane Floyd and Hog Waste in Eastern North Carolina – by Alexander E. Gates, Ph.D. • Space Shuttle Launches and Air Pollution – by Robert P. Blauvelt • Regulation of Ocean Pollution – by Robert P. Blauvelt • Air Pollution over the Ocean – by Robert P. Blauvelt • Dry Cleaning and the Environment – by Robert P. Blauvelt • Deicing Chemicals and the Environment – by Robert P. Blauvelt • Golf Courses and Pollution – by Robert P. Blauvelt • Colorado River – by Alexander E. Gates, Ph.D. • Cemeteries and Groundwater Contamination – by Robert P. Blauvelt • Appendixes: List of Acronyms • Chronology of Pollution Events • Glossary • Further Resources • 2007 CERCLA Priority List of Hazardous Substances • EPA Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) for Industrial Pollutants • Released to the Environment by All Industries in the United States • EPA Drinking Water Standards • EPA Current National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for All Controlled Pollutants • National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), List of Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health (IDLH) Values for Controlled Chemicals • U.S. EPA National Air Quality Index • Chemicals Analyzed at Superfund Sites • U.S. National Priorities List (NPL or Superfund) Sites • Top 25 Oil Spills in the World • Index Printed Pages: 1080., Viva Books Private Limited, 2012, Viva Books Private Limited, 2012. Hardcover. New. Description: Pollution is the release to the environment of contaminants that can cause discomfort, disorder, harm, or instability. Considering its impact, it is important that there should be resource that addresses all aspects of pollution. Encyclopedia of Pollution is a comprehensive full-color reference that discusses the myriad types of pollutants—including their properties, production, and uses; their emission into the environment; the effect to one’s health of exposure; the role of the government in funding research and assistance programs; legislation on preventive measures; and environmental regulations. The two-volume encyclopedia features more than 300 up-to-date cross-referenced entries—most concluding with sources for further reading—that detail a subject’s significance and relevance to the topic. The set includes 12 essays, interspersed throughout the text, that discuss epidemiology, space shuttle launches and air pollution, regulation of ocean pollution, the surprising impact of golf courses on pollution, Hurricane Floyd, and other topical issues. 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Chur, Switzerland: Harwood Academic Publishers, 1989. Comprehensive text provides a detailed systematic treatment of nuclear waste management. It provides a bridge to technical information, presenting the technology associated with the near-surface disposal of low or intermediate level wastes. Coverage ranges from incipient planning to site closure and subsequent monitoring. The book discusses the importance of a systems approach during the design of new disposal facilities so that performance objectives can be achieved; gives an overview of the radioactive wastes consigned to near-surface disposal; addresses procedures for screening and selecting sites; and empasizes the importance of characterizing sites and obtaining reliable geologic and hydrologic data. The planning essential to the development of particular sites (land acquisition, access, layout, surface water management, capital costs) is considered, and site operations (waste receiving, inspection, emplacement, closure, stabilization) are reviewed. In addition the book presents concepts for improved confinement of waste, important aspects of establishing a monitoring program at the disposal facility, and corrective actions available after closure to minimize release. Two analytical techniques for evaluating alternative technologies are presented. Nontechnical issues surrounding disposal, including the difficulties of public acceptance are discussed. 440 pgs. Illustrated. Prior owner's name on front endpaper. Minimal shelfwear.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., Harwood Academic Publishers, 1989

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