Environmental Issues in India: A Reader

Environmental Issues in India: A Reader

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Environmental Issues in India: A Reader brings together 33 essays by seminal environment scholars, thinkers and activists from within India and abroad. The volume is divided into five thematic sections: the first three explore the pre-colonial and the colonial contexts, and move on to independent India. The last two sections examine environmental movements and how India relates to global environmental concerns. This book will provoke, educate, stimulate and inform the lay reader and specialist alike. Students will especially enjoy the diverse sample of lucid essays by some of the best-known names in the field. Anyone keen to know more about the why and how of Indiaa€™s environment will find this volume an invaluable resource.We are at present using about 6.15, 1.45 and 0.92 kg. ... that gaseousN losswas 24.1, 30.2 and 53.7 per cent in case of tagged ammonium sulphate, nitro phosphate (high water solubility)and nitro phosphate (low water solubility) respectively.


Title:Environmental Issues in India: A Reader
Author: Mahesh Rangarajan
Publisher:Pearson Education India - 2007
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