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Bioresource Management and Climate Change

Author Name : Dilip Kumar, K.V. Rajendran and S. Jahageerdar

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  • Publisher : Studium Press (India) Pvt. Ltd.
  • Edition : 1st
  • ISBN 13 : 978-93-80012-45-2
  • Page no : 263
  • Publication Year : 2011
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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.
Title Bioresource Management and Climate Change
Table of Content Conservation and Management of Aquatic Genetic Resources of India. Strategies for Sustainable Marine Fisheries in India. Coastal Bioresources and Livelihood. Fish Diversity and Freshwater Resources of North-East India. Ichthyofaunistic Diversity of Floodplain Wetlands (beels) of Assam with a Note on Their Sustainable Utilization. Extremophiles Associated with Aquatic Environment. Mithun Bioresources: Present Status and Strategies for Sustainable Management for Improvement of Livelihood in North-Eastern States on India. Yak Bioresources: Present Status and Strategies for Sustainable Management for Improvement of Livelihood in North-Eastern States of India. Indigenous Craft and Gears and their Improvements for Responsible Fisheries in North-Eastern States of India. Gender Role in Bioresource Management. Section-II Aquaculture and Climate Change: Challenges for Food and Livelihood Security in Developing Countries. Climate Change Challenges for Livestock and Fish Production. Potential of Buffalo Production System in India for Adapting to Climate Change. Climate Change and Adaptation Potential of Indian Cattle Production System. Issues and Strategies to Combat Climate Change for Sustainable Poultry Production in India. Climate Change: An Overview of the Impact on Aquatic Animal Diseases and Health
Page No. 263
Author's Name Dilip Kumar, K.V. Rajendran and S. Jahageerdar
Publisher Studium Press (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Year Of Publication 2011
ISBN 10 No
ISBN 13 978-93-80012-45-2
About The Book No
Binding type No
Book Size(len) No
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book size(hei) 9.6
Book size width 6.3
Edition 1st

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