¬® Introductions ¬® A case Study of Digital Forestry ¬® Application ¬® Challenges ¬® Management of Plantation Forestry by Stakeholders ¬® Digitized Inventory ¬® Case Study ¬® Evaluation of the Pulping and Papermaking Properties ¬® Reference
¬® Theoretical Framework
¬® Research Scenario on Impact Assessment
¬® Impact Assessment Methodology for KVK
¬® Impact Assessment Results and Discussion
¬® Summary and Conclusion of the Study
Natural resources are depleting at alarming rates because of their irrational use pattern. Although, utilization of resources is an intrinsic component of the process of development yet, over exploitation of natural resources has led to environmental degradation and change in pattern of rural economy. Rural communities, in particular, are greatly affected by the increasing use of natural resources. To many of them, development is about livelihood and survival rather than increasing productivity and accumulation of wealth. Management of natural resources seems to be the only way forward to sustain the livability of rural communities. It also requires collaborative works from various stakeholders as the use and un-use of natural resources depend upon a number of factors including historical, political, economic, social and cultural. Through the substantial holistic approach and concrete framework for policy research could be conceptualized, planned and implemented.
The book contains 109 chapters which are published in three volumes. The first volume is devoted to the theme, ‚Äėnatural resources use pattern, management and policy perspectives‚Äô in which 22 chapters are incorporated. The second volume contains 37 chapters and the theme is ‚Äėagriculture and livelihood sustainability‚Äô. The third volume has three sections; the first one is ‚Äėclimate change‚Äô with nine chapters. It is followed by the second section ‚Äėpopulation and socio-economic development‚Äô which also contains nine chapters. The last section is interdisciplinary in nature in which 32 chapters are incorporated. The whole book comprises chapters from different disciplines such as Earth Sciences, Biological Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Social Sciences and Medical Sciences and thus the authors of proceedings‚Äô chapters are divers in nature and they contributed chapters from different respective fields.
¬® Petrography and Tectonoprovenance Analysis of the Exotic Sandstones in and Around Moreh and Chandel, Chandel District, Manipur ¬® Grain Size Analysis and Depositional Environment of Upper Disang Sediments between Kangpokpi and Mao, Senapati District, Manipur ¬® Reflections from Compositional Attributes of theMandardisa Barail Sandstones, NC Hills District, Assam ¬® Petrography, Modal Analysis And Heavy Minerals Of Barail Group Sediments Occurring In Jotsoma Quarry, Kohima, Nagaland - Implications On Provenance, Palaeoclimate And Tectonic Settings ¬® Modal Composition and Tectonic Provenance Of Palaeogene Disang ‚Äď Barail Transitional Sediments In Parts Of Kohima Synclinorium, Nagaland, NE India ¬® Geochemistry of the Tipam Sandstones from a few localities of Upper Assam Basin, India ¬® Geology of Paleogene Shelf Sediments of the Jaintia Group, North Cachar Hills District, Assam ¬® A Note on the Reappraisal of Disang and Barail Sediments of Manipur and Nagaland ¬® Planktonic and Benthic Foraminifera of the Ophiolite Associated Limestones, Around Ukhrul Area of Manipur, India: Age and Palaeoenvironment ¬® New Reports of Eocene Gastropods from the Upper Disang Formation, Nungaipokpi Canal Area, Manipur, Indo-Myanmar Range, NE-India ¬® Recent Trends in the Tertiary Megafossil Research in Northeast India ¬® Stratigraphic account of Khasi Group of rocks in some parts of Khasi Hills District, Meghalaya: India ¬® Ultramafic Cumulates from Naga Ophiolite Belt, India: Implications for Petrogensis and Tectonic Setting ¬® Petrogenesis of Enclaves hosted in Early Ordovician Kyrdem Granitoids, Meghalaya Plateau, Northeast India ¬® Geological Field tour in parts of Greater Guwahati city area, Assam, India ¬® Strain studies in Dirang Formation between Bomdila Thrust and Main Central Thrust, West Kameng district, Arunachal Himalaya ¬® Geotechnical Analyses of Debris Slide near Secretariat Junction, Kohima, Nagaland ¬® Brine and other Mineral Spring waters from Kohima (Nagaland) and Senapati (Manipur) Districts
Thesaurus of Extension Education is a systematic and whole some compilation in the field of extension education consisting of large number of terms, concepts and ideas from various related disciplines of extension like agricultural extension, sociology, educational psychology, rural development, communication, training, information and communication technology, statistics, research methodology in social sciences, teaching-learning and program planning. It serves both as a ready reckoner and guide benefitting academics, professionals, students, researchers, teachers, extension personnel and field practitioners in agriculture. The authors fervently hope the book helps in achieving the objective for which it was intended.
¬® Role and Importance of Women Involvement
¬® Research Scenario
¬® Method of Determining Women Involvement
¬® Differential Participation and Decision Making
¬® Relevance of the Women Involvement