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Population resources & development in Indian desert

Jaswant Raj Sharma

Population resources & development in Indian desert

by Jaswant Raj Sharma

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Published by Anupama Publications in Delhi, India .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Rajasthan (India),
  • India,
  • Rajasthan
    • Subjects:
    • Desert resources development -- India -- Rajasthan -- Statistical methods.,
    • Rajasthan (India) -- Population -- Statistical methods.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [248]-259.

      Other titlesPopulation resources and development in Indian desert.
      StatementJaswant Raj Sharma and R.B. Singh.
      ContributionsSingh, R. B.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD2075.R27 S5 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 259 p. :
      Number of Pages259
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2167025M
      ISBN 108185251029
      LC Control Number88904227

      The book addresses three distinctive aspects of desert development: regional planning, urban environment, and building. It summarizes the results of 20 years of research carried out by the Center for Desert Architecture and Urban Planning at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. In contrast to other books on desert development, the book considers physical development of desert regions. 97 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SOCIO-LEGAL ANALYSIS AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT VOLUME 2 ISSUE I ISSN 97 PRE- POST RURAL DEVELOPMENT Surbhi Agrawal University Of Petroleum And Energy Studies, Dehradun, [email protected] concept of Rural Development in India exists from the Vedic times; it is not a newfangled concept File Size: KB.

      Desert, any large, extremely dry area of land with sparse vegetation. It is one of Earth’s major types of ecosystems, supporting a community of distinctive plants and animals specially adapted to the harsh environment. Learn more about the origin and climate of deserts in this article. Kulbhushan Jain is the author of Architecture of the Indian Desert ( avg rating, 12 ratings, 1 review, published ), Thematic Space in Indian Arch /5.

      Seldom do these images sketch the stark brown Himalayan deserts or the salty white deserts of India, that are relatively much less traversed by travellers, despite being equally, if not more romantic than the great Rajasthani Desert. Population Growth and Natural-Resources Pressures in the Mekong River Basin Article (PDF Available) in AMBIO A Journal of the Human Environment 37(3) June with 3, Reads.


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sharma, Jaswant Raj, Population resources & development in Indian desert. Delhi, India: Anupama Publications, This monograph analyses the experiences and concerns relating to population and development in India through an empirical perspective.

The papers included in the Monograph attempt to establishes linkages between population growth trends and patterns with social and economic development processes in the : Alok Ranjan. Desert - Desert - Population and community development and structure: Desert plants and animals have many peculiar adaptations that enable them to survive long periods of moisture shortage and to take maximal advantage of short, infrequent wet periods.

Perennial plants commonly survive dry times by becoming physiologically inactive. In some cases they remain alive but are desiccated until. Indian local communities in the desert have often shown that they are good managers of their natural resource base through their traditional knowledge and wisdom.

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