Ecology and Environmental Sciences
Published since 1974
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Vol. 24 No. 1 March 1999
Special Issue: Forestry,
Agriculture and Environment
Rice paddies and environment., 1-11.
Management of forest resources for sustainable development - recent initiatives., 13-24.
Ecological and socio-economic security of the rural communities through tree growers' cooperatives., 25-36.
Krishna, G., Dwivedi, M., Nautiyal, M.C. and Sah, V.K.:
Land degradation: Assessment of soil sensitivity, sediment and nutrient losses from watershed in Central Himalaya., 37-47.
Vegetation of salt affected soils and its scope for agroforestry interventions., 49-57.
Solanki, G.S., Singh, N. and Rao, S.B.N.:
Use of saline water in agroforestry system and evaluation of fodder., 59-63.
Managing ravine watersheds for bio-hydrologic and socio-economic aggradation through goat grazing., 65-72.
Prajapati, M.C. and Lavania, G.S.:
Evaluation of river bank stability under forest, agriculture and grazing landuses., 73-80.
Kikim, A. and Yadava, P.S.:
Impact of fire on regeneration of dominant tree species in a secondary subtropical forest of north-eastern India., 81-93.
Thoudam, N.S. and Yadava, P.S.:
Emission of carbon dioxide and carbon balance in an agroecosystem at Imphal, Manipur., 95-102.
Kaur, B., Aggarwal, A.K. and Gupta, S.R.:
Soil microbial biomass and nitrogen mineralization in salt affected soils., 103-111.
Malik, V. and Gupta, S.R.:
Nitrogen release and uptake in residue-incorporated soils., 113-121.
Singh, T.B. and Yadava, P.S.:
Seasonal fluctuations of oribatid mites in a subtropical forest ecosystem of Manipur, north-eastern India., 123-129.
Effect of long-term disturbance on herbaceous plant community: A case study., 131-139.
Govindasamy, C., Viji Roy, A.G. and Jayapaul, A.:
Seasonal variation of heavy metals in water and zooplankton of Pondicherry Coast, Bay of Bengal., 141-146.
Heavy metals in some freshwater invertebrates from Barak Valley, Assam, India., 147-151.
Book Reviews., 153-158
Vol. 24 No. 2-3 September 1999
Special Issue: Wetlands (Guest Editors: C.M. Finlayson and R. Froend)
Florin, M. and Montes, C.:
Which are the relevant scales to assess primary production of Mediterranean semi-arid salt lakes?, 161-177.
Jenkins, K.M. and Boulton, A.J.:
Community dynamics of invertebrates emerging from reflooded lake sediments: Flood pulse and aeolian influences., 179-192.
Storey, A.W. and Figa, B.:
Effects of the ok tedi copper mine on the benthic macro-invertebrate fauna of forest-fringed oxbow lakes of the Fly river system,
Papua New Guinea., 193-206.
Halse, S.A., Pearson, G.B. and Kay, W.R.:
Arid zone networks in time and space: Waterbird use of lake Gregory in north-western Australia., 207-222.
Scarano, F.R., Rios, R.I. and Esteves, F.A.:
Tree species richness, diversity and flooding regime: Case studies of recuperation after anthropic impact in
Brazilian flood-prone forests., 223-235.
Waldhoff, D., Junk, W.J. and Furch, B.:
Responses of three central Amazonian tree species to drought and flooding under controlled conditions., 237-252.
Galatowitsch, S.M. and Biederman, L.A.:
Vegetation and seedbank composition of temporarily flooded Carex meadows and implications for restoration., 253-270.
Chabbi, A., Pietsch, W., Wiehe, W. and Huttl, R.F.:
Survival strategies of Juncus bulbosus L. under extreme phytotoxic conditions in acid mine lakes in the
Lusatian Mining District, Germany., 271-292.
Ellery, W.N., McCarthy, T.S. and Dangerfield, J.M.:
Biotic factors in mima mound development: Evidence from the floodplains of the Okavango Delta, Botswana., 293-313.
Vadineanu, A., Cristofor, S., Sarbu, A., Romanca, G.,
Ignat, G., Botnariuc, N. and Ciubuc, C.:
Biodiversity changes along the lower Danube river system., 315-332.
Book Reviews., 333-340
Vol. 24 No. 4 December 1999
Stand development on sites disturbed by Typhoon 15 in northern Japan., 339-358.
Analysing the relationship between ground-based reflectance and environmental indicators of salinity processes in the
Cochabamba Valleys (Bolivia)., 359-370.
Koranteng, K.A., Ofori-Dansonand, P.K. and Entsua-Mensah, M.:
Comparative study of the fish and fisheries of three coastal lagoons in West Africa., 371-382.
Renzhong, W. and Ripley, E.A.:
The effects of grazingand mowing on a Leymus chinensis grassland in the Songnen Plain of north-eastern China., 383-391.
Sreekumar, P.G. and Balakrishnan, M.:
A study of the animal diversity in the proposed adirapally hydro-electric project area in Kerala., 393-410.
Deventer, B. and Heckman, C.W.:
Comparison of the Chlorophyll, Carotenoid, and Phaeopigment complements of winter-adapted species of alga, lichen and moss,
and a summer-adapted angiosperm., 411-419.
The WISDOM initiative for environmentally-sound development activity: A worthwhile model for developing countries., 421-430.
Goel, U., Srivastava, V.K. and Naik, S.N.:
Assessing the allelopathic potential in Ocimum and Mentha species., 431-440.
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