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Bioresource Management and Climate Change

 
Dilip Kumar (Editor) K V Rajendran (Editor) S Jahageerdar (Editor)
Synopsis There is an alarming rate of depletion of many of our bioresources due to various factors. Anthropogenic pressure is identified as the major factor which is threatening the existence of various bioresources. Added to this, the imminent global warming and climate change have the potential disastrous impact on many vulnerable bioresources. Not only the sustainable management of these resources is crucial to the existence of human being, but the preparedness to meet the challenges of climate change in protecting and conserving the bioresources is also vital. One of the important and practical approaches would be to consider 'people' as one of the components of the ecosystem. The present volume, comprising of 15 chapters contributed by experts in various fields, has focused on some of the important aquatic and terrestrial bioresources and their conservation and sustainable management. The volume also includes chapters highlighting challenges posed by the climate change, adaptive potential of some of the bioresources and the strategies to overcome the negative impact of climate change on bioresources. The book is expected to be of great help to students, teachers and researchers in the field of fisheries/aquaculture and livestock management.
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About the authors

Dilip Kumar

Dilip Kumar, whose mother tongue is Gujarati, is a well-known short story writer in Tamil with several awards to his credit. He has published two collections of short stories (Moongil Kuruthu, Cre-A, Chennai, 1985, and Kaduvu, Cre-A, Chennai, 2000) and a critical work on Mauni—a pioneer of Tamil short stories (Mouniyudan Koncha Thooram, Vanadhi Pathipagam, Chennai, 1992). He lives in Chennai and runs a small literary bookshop.

K V Rajendran

Dr. K.V. Rajendran is a Principal Scientist at the Central Institute of Fisheries Education (CIFE), Mumbai. He has also served as a Scientist at the Central Institute of Brackishwater Aquaculture (CIBA), Chennai. By training, Dr. Rajendran is an aquatic animal health specialist and trained in India and overseas. He is a recipient of Korea Science and Engineering Foundation (KOSEF) post-doctoral Felloship, Fulbright-Nehru Senior Research Scholarship and he has also worked with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO), Australia, as Fish Pathologist. Dr. Rejendran has to his credit 23 research publications in peer-reviewed international journals.

S Jahageerdar

Dr. Shrinivas Jahageerdar is a Senior Scientist at the Central Institute of Fisheries Education (CIFE), Mumbai. He has also served as Assistant Manager (R&D) at Kerala Livestock Development (KLD) Board, and as Assistant Executive, at National Dairy Development Board (NDDB), Bengaluru. Dr. Jahageerdar, graduated in Veterinary Science, has got a doctoral degree in Animal Genetics and Breeding. He is trained in Animal Genetics and Breeding in India and abroad. He was a Visiting Scientist at World Fish Center, Penang, Malaysia. He has to his credit 20 research publications in peer-reviewed international journals.

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Bibliographic information

Title Bioresource Management and Climate Change
Format Hardcover
Date published: 11.04.2011
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9789380012452
length xii+251p., Illustrations; Map; Tables; Figures; 25cm.