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4th International Conference on Hydrology and Watershed Management

29 October - 1 November 2014 - Hyderabad

Prof.K.Ramamohan Reddy
Contact Details
Centre for Water Resources, Institute of Science & Technology, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University Hyderabad, Kukatpally, Hyderabad 500 085, Telangana, India.
091 040 23155412
091 040 23150353

Comparative physiological analysis of lotus (Nelumbo nucifera) cultivars in response to salt stress and cloning of NnCIPK genes.

Saline or salt water in the ocean accounts for 96.5% of total fresh water resource in the planet. Salinity is a global social and economic problem which severely inhibited plant growth and development. Utilization of marginal salt affected land and/or water resource becomes increasingly important...

Liu RuiJie; Shi HaoTao; Wang YanPing; Chen Sha; Deng Jiao; Liu YanLing; Li ShaoHua; Chan ZhuLong
Elsevier Ltd
Scientia Horticulturae, 2014, 173, pp 29-36
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Unintended consequences of forest restoration

A new study by researchers from the University of Florida has found that when it comes to restoring degraded natural forests through the use of...

July 2014
Stephanie Cole
CABI Book Info
Cover for Climate change impact and adaptation in agricultural systems.

Climate change impact and adaptation in agricultural systems.

This book contains 17 chapters focusing on the impacts of climate change on ecosystems, food security, water resources and economic stability. Strategies to develop sustainable systems that minimize impact on climate and/or mitigate the effects of human activity on climate change are also presented.

Fuhrer, J.; Gregory, P.
2014 CABI (H ISBN 9781780642895)
CAB ReviewFull Text

Nitrous oxide, climate change and agriculture.

Nitrous oxide is an important greenhouse gas with a global warming potential of 298 times that of carbon dioxide. It is also responsible for the destruction of stratospheric ozone. Concentrations of nitrous oxide have shown continuous growth in the atmosphere over the past century, and nitrogen (N)...

June 2014
agriculture; air pollutants; air pollution; application rates; atmosphere; climate change; emissions; global warming; greenhouse gases; nitrogen fertilizers; nitrous oxide; ozone; ozone depletion; soil management; spatial variation; temporal variation
Skiba, U. M.; Rees, R. M.
AbstractFull Text

Review of the mobility of trace elements in soils and of the use of physico-chemical stabilization as an in situ management strategy for contaminated sites.

Industrial activities have greatly impacted the quality of the biophysical environment in some areas. This review focuses on the consequences of soil contamination by metallic trace elements: what factors determine the mobility of contaminants in soils and what remediation practices based upon...

Liénard, A.; Colinet, G.
Les Presses Agronomiques de Gembloux
Biotechnologie, Agronomie, Société et Environnement, 2014, 18, 2, pp 273-289
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Association of personal, socio-economic characteristics of agro-met advisory service (AAS) and non-AAS farmers with their knowledge and perception on climate change.

The present investigation was conducted in chickballapur district of Karnataka where four villages were selected to assess association of personal socio-economic characteristics of AAS (n=90) and non-AAS (n=90) farmers with the total sample size of 180 respondents selected using purposive random...

Preethi; Vaster, C. S.; Gowda, D. M.; Sunitha, A. B.
MKK Publication
Environment and Ecology, 2014, 32, 2A, pp 710-714
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The plague - the disease that changed the world (Part II.).

The plague is primarily a disease of rats and other rodents. Feral rodent colonies represent a natural habitat of the infection that is spread by fleas. More than two hundred rodent species are included in the plague maintenance cycle in several different geographic areas globally. Historically,...

Cvetnic´, Ž.; Šoštaric´, B.
Hrvatski Veterinarski Institut, Centar za Peradarstvo
Veterinarska Stanica, 2014, 45, 3, pp 163-173
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Arsenic: behavior in the environment, plant uptake mechanisms and human health risks.

Negative impacts caused by arsenic (As) in soils and waters have attracted public interest due to contamination of ecosystems and human populations dwelling in the vicinity of its generating sources. The main anthropogenic sources of such contamination result from the oxidation of sulfide residues...

Oliveira, L. M. de; Massahud, R. T. la R.; Souza, E. S. de; Fernandes, A. R.
Ministério da Educação, Universidade Federal Rural da Amazônia
Revista de Ciências Agrárias / Amazonian Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, 2014, 57, 3, pp 326-333
AbstractFull Text

Investigation of potential of the olive-pomace oil for biodiesel production.

Increasing energy needs all over the world made countries to search new energy sources which should less polluting and could produce in the local facilities. In our country, economic data in 2012 shows that 50% of the account deficit is from petroleum (crude oil) purchases. The annual cost of crude...

Aktaş, A.; Özer, S.
Suleyman Demirel University
Ziraat Fakültesi Dergisi - Süleyman Demirel Üniversitesi, 2014, 9, 1, pp 132-139

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