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Ecology and Biodiversity of Indian Mangroves (In 2 Vols.)

 
Kumudranjan Naskar (Author) Rathindranath Mandal (Author)
Synopsis Mangroves--the threatened coastal intertidal halophytic flora play very dominant and important roles in the estuarine mouths, sea-land interphase areas or deltaic ecosystems of both the tropical and sub-tropical zones, especially in the highly populated South-East Asian countries, several Pacific Islands and Australian coasts. Inspite of their important roles and immense ecological impacts, these mangroves and the mangrove ecosystems have faced both biotic and abiotic threat and these highly productive mangrove zones have been cleared or the mangrove ecosystems have also been degraded very rapidly during the last three centuries. In these perspectives, the mangroves and the mangrove associates of the Indian Sundarbans are described in relation to their morphometric features, anatomical characteristics and also with their distinct halophytic adaptations. Besides their structural and habitat distinctness, their economic importances, distributions in the different mangrove habitats of the Indian sub-continent and the mangals of both old and new world tropics and sub-tropics are also highlighted based on the pioneer works on the Indian and world mangroves.
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About the author

Kumudranjan Naskar

Dr. Kumudranjan Naskar (born 27-01-1949), National Fellow & Principals Scientist, ICAR was Awarded as ‘National Fellow’ w.e.f. 24-01-1995 and posted at Central Inland Fisheries Research Institute, Kolkata. Dr. Naskar earned his M.Sc. Degree (Botany) during 1972 and Ph.D. Degree in 1985 from the University of Calcutta. Since his joining at CIFRI, Dr. Naskar investigated on the Economic Botanical aspects related to fisheries potentialities on inland water bodies and estuaries and roles played by aquatic plants and mangroves on fish and fisheries.

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Title Ecology and Biodiversity of Indian Mangroves (In 2 Vols.)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1999
Edition 1st Ed.
Language: English
length xxix+754p., Colour plates; Figures; Tables