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Natural Resource Management for Eco-Development and Livelihood Security

 
D.V. Singh (Editor) M. Madhu (Editor) P. Muralidharan (Editor) V. Selvi (Editor) P. Sundarambal (Editor) Subhash Chand (Editor)
Synopsis Overexploitation and improper management of natural resources cause threat to the sustainability of production systems and lead to environmental degradation. Conservation of natural resources is an issue of utmost concern for sustainable development and improvement of livelihood securities. Towards this, several programmes/schemes of state/central Govts. are being implemented in the country with major focus on participatory watershed management. South India covers an area of about 64.46 M ha (19.6% of the country's geographical area) and supports 23 per cent of the total population of the country. It is endowed with much diversified and potentially rich natural resources. Different estimates show that about 16-47 per cent area suffers from different land degradation problems in South India. Much valuable research and developmental activities have already been undertaken in the field of Natural resource management in the southern region. But the role of the natural processes and controls, their complexities and diversities, specially the impacts of human activities on land degradation, availability of water, sustainability of production systems and upland-lowland linkages are poorly understood. Further, it has been realized that there is a strong need to have more coordinated and integrated approach to area specific and need based research, technology development and training and involvement of communities in natural resource management through capacity building and institutional support. With this background, a conference on 'Natural Resource Management for Eco-Development and Livelihood Security in Southern India" (NRMELSI-2005) was organized to bring together researchers, scientists, policy makers, planners, administrators, NGOs and stakeholders on a common platform to share and discuss technological advancements, experiences and other issues related to natural resource management in South India. In all, 112 registered delegates, many invited resource persons, experts, research managers and policy planners participated in the two days deliberations covering 12 states, 29 ICAR institutes and NRCs, 5 SAUs and 24 central and state agencies including NGOs. A total of 78 papers including key note addresses and posters were presented. The deliberations in the conference were brought out in the form of recommendations which could help formulating a policy framework for improving the efficiency and efficacy of ongoing and forthcoming resource conservation programmes in southern states of the country to support quality life of the masses.
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About the authors

D.V. Singh

Dr. D.V. Singh, is Principal Scientist at the Division of Plant Pathology, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi. He has to his credit over 150 research papers and reviews on various aspects of wheat pathology published in Indian and foreign journals. Besides rusts, smuts and foliar pathogens Dr. Singh is Internationally known for his researches on Karnal bunt. He is co-authors of 5 books on wheat pathology. Dr. Singh is joint recipient of the Rafi Ahmed Kidwai and Sharda Memorial Awards for outstanding work in wheat pathology. Dr. Singh has been elected Fellow of National Academy of Agricultural Science and Indian Phytopathological Society. He had advanced training on seed-borne diseases at Danish Govt. Institute of Seed Pathology, Copenhagen, Denmark. Dr. Singh is also associated with the publication of Indian Phytopathology as Editor, Secretary and member of Editorial Board.

Subhash Chand

Dr. Subash Chand did his B.Sc. Ag. (Honors) and M.Sc. Ag. (Honours) in soil Science from RAU, Bikaner in the year 1995 and 1997 respectively. Ph.D. Ag. In Soil Science from MPUAT, Udaipur in 2001. He is throughtout first class in his academic career. Dr. Subash Chand is recipient of PG course work seminar award and Somani's book award of ISSS, Udaipur chapter and PG merit Scholarship of the university. He received PG student research Grant for Doctoral research from DST, Government of Rajasthan and cleared NET of ASRB, New Delhi. He is author of book "Dictionary of Soil Science" and member of Advisory Board of magazine "Kisan International". He is a life member of ISSS, New Delhi. He is actively engaged as Assistant Professor in Division of Soil Science, SKUAST -Kashmir, Shalimar Campus, Srinagar, J&K. He has more than 25 research papers and popular articles in his credit.

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Title Natural Resource Management for Eco-Development and Livelihood Security
Format Hardcover
Date published: 31.08.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 818189197X
length x+470p., Tables; Figures; References; Index; 25cm.