2 edition of Ecology and environment in Sri Lanka. found in the catalog.
Ecology and environment in Sri Lanka.
|Series||South Asia ephemera collection., C-CLR-9.1|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 96/63006 (Q)|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||96902451|
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The book includes followiing chapters: 1. Basic Principles of Ecology 2. The Concept of Natural Resources 3. Man's relationship to the environment 4. Degradation of Environment 5. Pollution of the environment 6.
Management of the Environment. Book is available from leading book stores in Sri Lanka. Price: Rs Sri Lanka has had a relatively long history of indigenous scientific research in the natural sciences.
From the early work of Kelaart (, Prodromous Fauna Zeylanicae, Ceylon Govt. Press, pp.) to the present time, there has been a more or less sustained research effort in the natural sciences.
By analyzing 26 cases in the EJ Atlas for Sri Lanka, their causes, the impacts, the social actors involved, the forms of mobilization, and the main outcomes of the conflicts, this article examines in what ways activities aiming at economic growth produce socio-environmental conflicts.
Such activities increase the social metabolism causing changes that translate into Cited by: 7. Sri Lanka has developed a range of policies for combating adverse impacts from global climate change. Uniquely in the region, approximately million. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xix, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. Geology, with special reference to the. Immediately following the tsunami, UNEP worked with environmental authorities in Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Maldives, Thailand, Seychelles, Yemen and Somalia to conduct an environmental assessment of tsunami impacts and provide recommendations for reconstruction.
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The natural surroundings of The Other Corner are filled with a Ecology and environment in Sri Lanka. book variety of diverse species. Commonly seen are the magnificent elephants who stride majestically through the area.
Also in abundance are various amphibians and mammals. The birds, both resident & migrant, frequent the gardens and needless to say it is a butterfly haven. A list of commonly observed fauna is.
The book explains the population trends in the world and India, and how it is impacting the environment. The role of public participation in promoting environmental sustainability is explored too. Please note: This volume is Co-published with. Ecology and Environment has delved in depth on the subject and brings a broad perspective of the various issues.
forest, mineral resources in the ground and productive land. The book explains the population trends in the world and India, and how it is impacting the environment.
Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Table of Contents. In book: Fauna of Sri Lanka: Status of taxonomy, research and conservation, Chapter: The ecology of the wild cats of Sri Lanka, Publisher: IUCN.
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"The Other Corner" is the wild child of Rahula Dassenaieke, a lover of nature in his own rights and a keen photographer. Rahula came up with the concept of “The Other Corner” as a place to relax with the idea of maintaining an unsullied environment for other avian and nature lovers to enjoy what is frequently termed the abundance of nature.
environmental pollution relevant to Sri Lanka and to highlight the research carried out in Sri Lanka on these aspects.
Some selected topics related to the chemistry of the environment have earlier been published in a monograph in Air pollution. Air pollution is a serious environmental problem in Sri Lanka's major cities such as. The book explains the population trends in the world and India, and how it is impacting the environment.
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The book includes followiing chapters: 1. Basic Principles of Ecology 2. The Concept of Natural Resources 3. Man’s relationship to the environment 4. Degradation of Environment 5. Pollution of the environment 6. Management of the Environment Book is available from leading book stores in Sri Lanka.
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[Bernard Swan] -- Study covers up to early The Central Environmental Authority (CEA) was established in August under the provision of the National Environmental Act No of The Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (ME&NR) which was established in December has the overall responsibility in the affairs of the CEA with the objective of integrating environmental.Sri Lanka is known as a global biodiversity hotspot for its high number of species in a relatively limited area.
The island's frog diversity illustrates this point: despite covering only percent of the world's land surface, Sri Lanka is home to more than 2 percent percent of the world's known frog and toad species.