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Contribution of fisheries in GNP & employment Indian Fisheries  The fisheries sector has been playing a vital role in the economic development of India.

resulting in casualties among the various sections of fishermen.  Even today, we see breakdown of law and order due to this problem.  Resource depletion in various kinds leading to threatening and endangerment of marine flora and fauna caused colossal damage to the marine resources and the ecosystem.  The significant achievement was enhanced output, national income, employment generation and foreign exchange earnings though export of fish and fishery products.  Fisheries is a sunrise/


IN CONNECTION WITH THE OF ST. BERCHMANS COLLEGE CHANGANACHERRY.

Microtone, Kerosine incubator, Kaledoscope, Collection of agricultural pests, Collection of butterflies and moth, Phyla wise classification of animals, Collection of fauna of Kuttanad, Charts and Animal models of various systems, Botany Gallery: Jurassic Park- fossils, models of dainosorus and Jurassic plants, Xylarium, Herbarium, Flora stamps, Model showing the importance of plants, carparium, Model of a plant cell (interactive), Model showing the evolution of plants, Stages of plant tissue culture, stages/


Physical features of India. 6 Physical features The 6 physical features are : The Himalayan mountains The northern plains The peninsular plateau The Indian.

feature along the eastern coast Besides a vast main land, India has also 2 groups of islands. The Lakshadweep islands close to the Malabar coast of Kerala is composed of small coral islands. It covers small area of 32 sq. Km and kavarathi island is the administrative head quarters. This island group has great diversity of flora and fauna the pity island, which is uninhabited, has a bird sanctuary. Andaman/


Discover The Timeless Beauty of Karnataka Discover the timeless beauty of Karnataka.

Discover The Timeless Beauty of Karnataka Discover the timeless beauty of Karnataka The Land of Fragrance The quintessential Karnataka, also known as the ‘Land of Fragrance’, is home to sandalwood trees and coffee beans plantations Surrounded by the ‘Arabian Sea’, the magnificent rocks of the Deccan, and the plush green forests, it is blessed with spring- inspired flora and fauna A place where the flamboyance of culture, flavours, landscapes, and ancient architectures are/


Ecotourism. Definition Ecotourism is defined as a “purposeful travel to natural areas to understand the culture and natural history of the environment,

are: §Apply strict conservation measures to the natural area used for Ecotourism to protect the flora, fauna and ecosystems, and any existing archaeological or historic sites, and local culture §Establish carrying capacity standards so that there is no over development of tourist facilities, or overuse of the environment - ensuring that the resource is not depreciated §Develop small-scale tourist facilities in environmentally suitable locations with locally based/


Amity University Uttar Pradesh Noida 201303 Amity Institute of Environmental Toxicology, Safety and Management (AIETSM)

(soil, water, air, flora and fauna) Safety and Management- Bio-remediation, site reclamation, environmental monitoring and data collection, waste water treatment, solid waste management, E- waste management technologies Projects: Current: Ministry of Environment and Forests Analysis of surface and ground water contamination through indiscriminate use of Agrochemicals (pesticides) use in the region of crops of maximum pesticide usage (Rice, cotton and vegetables) ~30Lakh Vegetable and soil samples are also/


11 Karnataka THE SILICON VALLEY OF INDIA For updated information, please visit www.ibef.org AUGUST 2012.

of India. It is surrounded by the Arabian Sea in the West, Goa in the Northwest, Maharashtra in the North, Andhra Pradesh in East, Tamil Nadu in the Southeast, and Kerala in the Southwest. → Languages spoken are Kannada, Tulu, Kodava, Hindi and/ potential by scientific and detailed prospecting. State of the art techniques will be encouraged by combining the resources of the private and public sector. To resolutely pursue the policy of preserving flora, fauna, and bio-diversity and ensure that the invaluable/


Economy of South Asia General Objective: This course focuses on introducing the economic situation and development in South Asia, which is an important.

. Bhutan remains mainly a rural country with 90 per cent of the people engaged in farming. Bhutan is home to one of the worlds richest natural environments and a virtually untouched and vibrant Buddhist culture. The Kingdom has over 72 per cent of the land under forest cover that shelters several species of flora and fauna, including many rare and endangered species. Bhutan is the only country to maintain Mahayana/


NATURAL RESOURCES INTRODUCTION Natural Resources: Air, Water, Soil, and Minerals along with the climate and Solar energy which form the non-living or abiotic.

large rivers and lakes. Over-Utilization and Pollution of surface and ground water We use more water than needed. Use biomass as fertilizer and non toxic pesticides like neem products to reduce pollution of surface and ground water. Industry: wastes Public awareness. CASE STUDY The Narayani River of Nepal has been polluted by factories located on its bank. This has endangered the fish, dolphins, crocodiles and other flora and fauna of the region/


Resources And Development Resources: Everything available in our environment which can be used to satisfy our needs, provided, it is technologically accessible,

, provided, it is technologically accessible, economically feasible and culturally acceptable can be termed as resources. Classifications Of Resources Basis of origin: Biotic: These are obtained from biosphere and have life such as human beings, flora and fauna, fisheries, livestock etc. Abiotic: All those things which are composed of non-living things are called abiotic resources. For example, rocks and metals. Basis of exhaustibility Renewable Resources: the resources which can be/


Water resources: Water is an indispensable natural resource on which all life depend, about 70% of earth surface is covered with water and most of the.

sites for tourist attraction. Problem associated with Dams: 1) Biodiversity loss: submergence of large areas of land due to construction of reservoir leads to loss of forest, flora and fauna of the area. 2) Displacement of tribal and local area: Dams construction results into displacement of local population residing in that area, and resettlement of these displaced people are one of the major problem. In India approx. 16 to 38 million people displaced due/


The Incredible India Submitted By: Gaurav Goswami (IX-A) Submitted To: Mr. Shiv Kumar Tyagi 2012 - 2013 Social Science Project On A RISING STAR IN THE.

the southwestSemi-arid sandy plateaus in the southwest Rivers of Haryana The major rivers of the state are as follows: Yamuna, Sarasvati, Ghaggar, Markanda, and the Tangri river. Flora and fauna of Haryana Woodlands cover a total area of 1,553 km2 of the state. The variety of flora in the state includes eucalyptus, mulberry, kikar, pine, babul and shisham. A wide variety of fauna is seen in Haryana comprising nilgai, blackbuck, fox, panther/


Session – 8. Indian Subcontinent The land referred to as the Indian subcontinent is a tectonic plate that began to separate itself from other surrounding.

feature. 3.Chitwan National Park At the foot of the Himalayas, Chitwan is one of the few remaining undisturbed vestiges of the Terai region, which formerly extended over the foothills of India and Nepal. It has a particularly rich flora and fauna. One of the last populations of single-horned Asiatic rhinoceros lives in the park, which is also one of the last refuges of the Bengal tiger. 4.Sagarmatha National Park/


Himalayan Mountain Range

. ISLANDS LAKSHADWEEP- (1973) LYING CLOSE TO MALABAR COAST OF KERALA COMPOSED OF SMALL CORAL ISLANDS OTHER NAMES- LACCADIVE, MINICOY AND AMINDIVE AREA- 32 sq km. Adm. Headquarters- Kavaratti Great diversity of flora and fauna Pitti island – bird sanctuary ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLAND LOCATION- Bay of Bengal These are an elevated portion of submarine portion Has equatorial climate and variety of flora and fauna. INDIAN DESERT LOCTION- Western margins of the Aravali Hills. Covered with sand dunes. Rain/


Biodiversity & Its Conservation By Vaibhavi Apte.

Tamil Nadu and Kerala. 26,390-30,770 are found in India The major threat to elephant populations in India is the degradation and fragmentation of its habitat because of the human population explosion and consequent development. Poaching of elephants for /, 2002 CITES : The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of wild fauna and flora. World Conservation Union (formerly IUCN) The International Union for the Conservation of Nature Indian Wildlife Board (IBWL) WWF: Worldwide Fund for Nature /


ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES.  Key Terms: Ecology Environment Environment Environmental Studies Environmental Studies  Why Environmental Studies?  Objectives,

No Water? Drink Thanda! Case Study of Plachimada A Soft Drink bottling unit of company X was established in Plachimada, a village in Kerala state, in the year 2000. Company/of these species by individual or group efforts. Aesthetic and Recreational Value of Nature Nature encompasses every aspect of living (biodiversity: flora and fauna) and non-living (sea, forest, desert) part of the earth. Nature encompasses every aspect of living (biodiversity: flora and fauna) and non-living (sea, forest, desert) part of/


Tourism vis-à-vis Bio-Diversity, Climate Change & Social Impacts

water continues to pollute sea, lakes and other water bodies damaging the flora and fauna. Sewage run off causes serious damage to coral reefs because it stimulates the growth of algae that cover the filter-feeding corals, hindering their ability to survive. Changes in salinity and siltation can have wide-ranging impacts on coastal environments. Beaches of Goa, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Odisha are cases in point Adverse impact/


Supporting Urban Sustainability Presentation by Team Kozhikode April 26, 2013.

sceptic Next Steps Get a map of the wetlands prepared Compile data and information regarding various aspects and current status of wetlands and make it available to stakeholders (eg. Compile list of flora and fauna of the area, water quality studies, etc.) Team also hopes to clarify some of the next steps at this workshop A heavily polluted part of the wetlands Buildings by the side of the canal Heavy vegetation by the/


Forest Resources Population & Natural Resources Unit III Part IV.

: Deforestation induces global climate change. Climate becomes warmer due to lack of humidity in deforested areas, also pattern of rainfall changes Lowering of Water table: Lack of recharging of underground reservoir, results into lowering of water table Economic Losses: Deforestation will cause loss of industrial timber and non timber products Loss of biodiversity: Loss of flora and fauna result into loss of bio-diversity leading to disturbance in ecological balance world wide. Environmental changes/


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of the two mighty oceans, the Atlantic and the India, And rightly so, it must be the highlight of any visit to the Mother City, if not South Africa. Our last stop of the day is at the Kirestenbosch Botanical Gardens, home of some 3,500 species of South African Fauna and Flora/Today you will be driven to Kumarakom located in the famous backwaters of Kerala. Arrive and check into the hotel. You could roam around and immerse in the beauty of the palm fringed backwaters or go for birdwatching. Overnight stay at /


Lecture 3: Plankton, benthos, biomass assessment Plankton Live organisms, essentially microorganisms those drift, or are visibly mobile are referred to.

of Gangetic plains, Deccan plateau, south Tamil Nadu and Orissa invariably has good standing crop of Microcystis. The species is almost omnipresent in the southern Peninsula, except in the reservoirs of Karnataka and Kerala, which tend to be oligotrophic and have poor plankton count with desmids and/in general a preference for bottom flora and fauna (Chironomidae, Ephemeridae, Crustacea, Mollusca and Trichoptera). Fingerlings normally switch over tocolumn and bottom dwelling food organisms. Feeding intensity/


ANIMALS & THE LAW APARNA RAJAGOPAL.

of Wild Flora and Fauna. Regulates international trade in endangered species & export-import of endangered species between member Countries- species Authority- Directorate of CITES & officers of the WPA Animal Law- How & Why Performing Animals Draught and Pack Animals Transporting animals Slaughter- issues Pet animals and strays Wild animals and/-state transportation of cows, calves, calf of the buffalo, bulls and bullocks for slaughter- All States except Kerala and W. Bengal prohibit export and slaughter – /


Forest Resources Population & Natural Resources Unit III.

climate: Deforestation induces global climate change. Climate becomes warmer due to lack of humidity in deforested areas, also pattern of rainfall changes Lowering of Water table: Lack of recharging of underground reservoir, results into lowering of water table Economic Losses: Deforestation will cause loss of industrial timber and non timber products Loss of biodiversity: Loss of flora and fauna result into loss of bio- diversity leading to disturbance in ecological balance world wide. Environmental/


Endangered species ONLY WHEN THE LAST TIGER HAS BEEN KILLED ONLY WHEN THE LAST TREE HAS BEEN CUT DOWN ONLY WHEN THE LAST SPECIES HAS BEEN EXTINCT ONLY.

90 Low tiger density Kerala Periyar Tiger Reserve 1978-79 Good tiger density Tiger project is to ensure maintenance of a viable population of tigers in India for scientific, economic, aesthetic, cultural and ecological values. THE / Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora), an international agreement between governments. Deforestation should be banned to provide proper habitat to the species. Strict enforcement of laws and punishment to guilty. Practices like slash &/


DOS-RESPONSE JAPAN NUCLEAR RADIATION. Hazard identification.

fuel oil fractions  Near-shore oil spill more dangerous than offshore IMPACT OF OIL SPILL Oil: contains hydrocarbons Can affect air quality Potential fire hazard Effect on recreational areas, harbors, industries, commercial fishing grounds and tourist attractions Effect on marine life : – Cut-off of oxygen from atmosphere – Marine food chain affected – Aquatic flora & fauna killed & damaged Risk assessment matrix for oil spill CONTINGENCY PLAN First/


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Early Tamil Epigraphy From the Earliest Times to the 6 th Century AD By Iravatham Mahadevan --- An Overview by S. Swaminathan.

vazhuti, the servant of neTunchezhian. Edakkal inscription Inscription in Edakkal, Kerala was discovered by Fawcett in 1894. He made careful drawing and took photos and submitted to Hultzsch. Hultzsch took estampages and published a brief/ and administration; religion, particularly Jainism; society – agriculture, trade, professions, social organisations, personal names, place names, flora & fauna and culture Chapter 4 Polity Review of earlier theories, listing evidences to support his theory of origin of /


NATURAL RESOURCES Natural resources are the sources which are useful to man or can be transformed into a useful product. Natural resources are classified.

are used for recreational purposes. 6.Navigation and fishery can be developed in the dam areas. Benefits of constructing dams 1. Upstream problems a)Displacement of tribal people. b)Loss of non-forest land. c)Loss of forests, flora and fauna. d)Landslips, sedimentation and siltation occur. e)Stagnation and water logging around reservoirs retards plant growth. f)Breeding of vectors and spread diseases and spreading of vector-borne diseases g)Reservoir induced seismicity/


Aum Sri Sai Ram Vedic Krishi Aum Sri Sai Ram VEDIC KRISHI ORGANIC FARMING by SRI SATHYA SAI ORGANISATION TAMILNADU – NILGIRI DISTRICT.

of Chemical based practices. Compaction of soil structure, Low organic matter content in the soil, Poor water holding capacity of the soil, Adverse effect on flora and fauna, Problem associated with residual toxicity, Increase in hazards with outbreak of pest and / the Network on Organic Agriculture 1.Madhya Pradesh- Indian Institute of Soil Science, Bhopal 2.Kerala- Indian Institute of Spices Research, Calicut 3.Himachal Pradesh- Chaudhary Srawan Kumar Himachal Pradesh Krishi Vishvidyalaya, Palampur 4/


Regional or Local Biodiversity: Biodiversity at regional level is better understood by categorizing species richness into four types. Whittaker (1972)

ban on trade in production from endangered species Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), which came into force in July 1975 illegal poaching is going on rampant in many part of world including India due to high value associated with these product. The cost of elephant tusks can go up to $ 100 per kg; the leopard fur coat is/


International Centre for Responsible Tourism

and ways of life. We acknowledge that wherever a Tour Operator does business or sends clients it has a potential to do both good and harm, & we are aware that all too often in the past the harm has outweighed the good. AITO Protect the Environment – its flora, fauna and landscapes Respect local cultures – traditions, religions and/.org www.icrtourism.org/capetown.shtml www.icrtourism.org/Kerala.shtml www.irresponsibletourism.info www.responsibletravel.com harold@haroldgoodwin.info


1 International Centre for Responsible Tourism Harold Goodwin Responsible Tourism Business case.

we have a responsibility to respect other peoples places and ways of life. We acknowledge that wherever a Tour Operator does business or sends clients it has a potential to do both good and harm, & we are aware that all too often in the past the harm has outweighed the good. 9 AITO Protect the Environment – its flora, fauna and landscapes Respect local cultures – traditions, religions/


Alternative Proposal for Polavaram Project M Dharma Rao Chief Engineer (Retd) Vivekananda Seva Samithi (VIKASA) Hyderabad Karimnagar WIN – WIN SOLUTION.

acres farm land & 0.5 lakh acres forest land); massive loss of rare flora & fauna; major loss to Papikonda Wildlife Sanctuary (Tiger habitat); loss of heritage and sacred structures Relocation and ‘forced impoverishment’ a snowballing issue: more than 2 lakh people (65% tribals & dalits) in over 300 villages; forced to migrate and lose assured livelihoods High and rising project cost estimates – a serious concern: capital (Rs. 16,000/


CHILD SLAVERY In India. BACKGROUND ABOUT CHILD SLAVERY It is wrong that a person works in forced hard labour, but for example if you have not enough money.

the west, to tundra and glaciers in the north, to humid tropical rainforests in the southwest and the island territories CLIMATE FLORA AND FAUNA India has a wide range of ecozonesdesert, high mountains, highlands and tropical and forests, swamplands, plains, grasslands/Kerala almost since the founding of the religion by Jesus Christ. The Christians believe in the trinity of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. Their Holy Scripture, the Bible, divided into two sections: the Old Testament and/


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using ecological materials On natural spaces The Farm includes 6 hectares where lives a fauna and a flora which are mainly wild. In the respect of the balance between nature and culture, we’re progressively setting up these spaces and supporting Nature’s blossoming. This project includes an ecological consistency and a search for harmony with Nature’s laws. On new places to live Many new buildings/


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of plants, flora and fauna, animals, pollution (in air, soil, water). Working Conditions Environment scientists work both in the office and in the field. Field job is for surveying the complex situations causing environmental problems and may require working in unhealthy and/and complete involvement for innovative work in publishing is at the core of success of most publishing houses. Courses & Work Area Book Publishing National Book Trust, Delhi – 4 Weeks Training Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala/


Indian Space Programme & Some Reflections On Collective Security In Space Indian Space Research Organisation April 23, 2007.

and Water Resources Management Empowering People for Sustainable Development Productivity (1635 kg/ha) Land Degradation (182 M ha) Net sown / G. Irrigated area : 143 / 75 M ha Food grains : 211 MT (2003-04) Long Term Average Rainfall : 88 cm (+/- 85 mm) Glaciers : 8500 km 3 Depletion of ground water table Glacier retreat >10 meters/ year Flora / Fauna/for Recharge Implementation and Feedback status A milestone application towards building social infrastructure  Wells Drilled Success Rate (%) Kerala  7,730 /


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of plants, flora and fauna, animals, pollution (in air, soil, water). Working Conditions Environment scientists work both in the office and in the field. Field job is for surveying the complex situations causing environmental problems and may require working in unhealthy and/and complete involvement for innovative work in publishing is at the core of success of most publishing houses. Courses & Work Area Book Publishing National Book Trust, Delhi – 4 Weeks Training Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala/


Concerns with Indian Power Sector Socio-environmental problems due to over reliance on Coal Power Plants Washington September, 2011 Shankar Sharma Power.

Desirable Vision: Develop a policy to enable meeting the legitimate demand for energy of all sections of the society at realistic prices on a sustainable basis without compromising the interest of other aspects of the society such as flora, fauna and general environment. Towards an Integrated Energy Policy Heavy focus on efficiency improvement, DSM and conservation  Low PLF in the existing thermal power stations; as low as 25/


Natural resources Natural resources are natural assets (raw materials) occurring in nature that can be used for economic production or consumption. Such.

sites for tourist attraction. Problem associated with Dams: 1) Biodiversity loss: submergence of large areas of land due to construction of reservoir leads to loss of forest, flora and fauna of the area. 2) Displacement of tribal and local area: Dams construction results into displacement of local population residing in that area, and resettlement of these displaced people are one of the major problem. In India approx. 16 to 38 million people displaced due/


MODULE 2. MODULE 2: NATURAL RESOURCES Natural resources are natural assets (raw materials) occurring in nature that can be used for economic production.

sites for tourist attraction. Problem associated with Dams: 1) Biodiversity loss: submergence of large areas of land due to construction of reservoir leads to loss of forest, flora and fauna of the area. 2) Displacement of tribal and local area: Dams construction results into displacement of local population residing in that area, and resettlement of these displaced people are one of the major problem. In India approx. 16 to 38 million people displaced due/


Delhi State Legal Services Authority Summer Internship 2016 Emphasis on Environmental Laws (Soil & Wildlife) Group VI.

in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora [CITES]. The object and reasons of the Amendment Act, 1991 made it amply clear that trade in African ivory was proposed to be banned after giving due opportunity to traders to dispose of the existing stocks. So this Section could not be held void.  Nair, N.R. and Ors. Vs. Union of India and Ors,(AIR 2000 Ker 340) The Kerala High Court/


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