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River Basin Ecohydrology in the Indian Sub-Continent

Sustainable Strategies and Sustenance

1st Edition - January 1, 2024

Editors: AL Ramanathan, Manish Kumar, Sangam Shrestha, Keisuke Kuroda, Santanu Mukherjee

Language: English
Paperback ISBN:
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eBook ISBN:
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River Basin Ecohydrology in the Indian Sub-Continent: Sustainable Strategies and Sustenance provides a multidisciplinary approach that focuses on conservation strategies, water qua… Read more

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River Basin Ecohydrology in the Indian Sub-Continent: Sustainable Strategies and Sustenance provides a multidisciplinary approach that focuses on conservation strategies, water quality management in the eco-regions, catchment management practices, estuaries, preservation of in-stream habitat populations, and natural /bioengineering techniques for the sustainable management of ecological resources in the Indian sub-continent. The book provides a unique platform for readers from branches of science and technology, including engineering sciences, agricultural sciences, biogeochemical sciences, hydrogeochemistry, toxicological sciences, social sciences, environmental policy, and governance, etc. to exchange ideas and information at multiple levels on sustainable water management, degradation of marine quality and indicators of ecological degradation.

The book's contributors provide impressive and comprehensive information on different management strategies for sustainable restoration of aquatic ecological systems covering vital aspects of hydrogeochemical and geoenvironmental parameters. This book aims to provide a "platform" for scientists and environmental researchers/planners to discuss the environmental degradation, spatial heterogeneity on water quality and aquatic species, methodological approaches on sustainable management of biodiversity, etc.