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Publisher: Enviro Research Publishers   (Total: 3 journals)   [Sort by number of followers]

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Current Agriculture Research J.     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Current Research in Nutrition and Food Science     Open Access   (Followers: 3, SJR: 0.139, CiteScore: 0)
Current World Environment     Open Access   (Followers: 3)
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Current World Environment
Number of Followers: 3  

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ISSN (Print) 0973-4929 - ISSN (Online) 2320-8031
Published by Enviro Research Publishers Homepage  [3 journals]
  • A Resilience scale to Measure Farmersandrsquo; Suicidal Tendencies in
           National Calamity Hit Region of India

    • Abstract: IntroductionIndia is the land of agriculture; it may sound like cliché for many of us. But it’s also true that Agriculture as an occupation is the main source of livelihood among the rural community from the pre-historic time and still approximately 50 percent of our population is directly dependent on agriculture [1]. But, the recent trends in agriculture and allied sectors are showing some depressing pictures in agriculture and that is a threat to our “sustai...
      PubDate: |2018-09-26
  • Aquifer Characterization A Scientific Imperative in Analysis of Water
           Level Trend – A Case Study from Northern Punjab, India

    • Authors: Gopal ; M.S. , R.P. , R.P.S. , K.S.
      Abstract: IntroductionIndo-Gangetic alluvial plains encompass thick piles of sediments characterized by regionally extensive and highly productive multi-aquifer system. Extensive groundwater withdrawal over a depth up to few hundred meters constituting the top 2-3 aquifers, mainly for irrigation means, is taking place all across this multi-aquifer system. The groundwater authority of Government of India is constantly monitoring the situation of dynamic state of these aquifers and periodically releasin...
      PubDate: |2018-08-30
  • Planning of Conservation Measures for Watershed Management and Development
           by Using Geospatial Technology – A Case Study of Patur Watershed in
           Akola District of Maharashtra

    • Authors: R. S. Patode ; C.B. Pande , M. B. Nagdeve , K. N. Moharir , R. M. Wankhade
      Abstract: IntroductionA watershed is defined as natural Hydrologic unit that covers a precise area of land surface from which rainfall in the form of runoff flows to a definite drainage, stream or river at any point [1, 14]. Watersheds are hydrologic units considered to be efficient and suitable for the assessment of accessible resources within an area thus influencing subsequent planning and implementation of different development programs within that area. Hence, all the necessary natural resources ...
      PubDate: |2018-07-21
  • A Review of Assessment Approaches for Lake Hydro-Morphology Before and
           After the European Water Framework Directive (WFD)

    • Authors: Marzia Ciampittiello ; Claudia Dresti , Helmi Saidi
      Abstract: IntroductionMost of the European Lakes are located in the northern part of the continent, especially in Norway, Sweden, Finland and the Karelo-Kola part of Russia. About 80% to 90% of lakes have a surface area between 0.01 and 0.1 km2, whereas around 16000 lakes have a surface area exceeding 1 km2 and 24 European lakes have a surface area larger than 400 km2 1. Most of natural lakes were formed or reshaped by glacial activity, when the ice covered all of northern Europe; in central and south...
      PubDate: |2018-07-21
  • Spider Diversity in Kavvayi River Basin, Kerala, Southern India

    • Authors: Alex Jose; Puthoor Sudhin, Prejith Prasad, Kalpuzha Sreejith
      Abstract: IntroductionAs one of the most widely recognized group of arthropods, spiders make up a diverse portion of the world’s invertebrates.1 They are distributed on every continent except Antarctica and have adapted to all known ecological environments except air and open sea.2 Spiders globally include about 47,099 described species in 4,073 genera and 113 families.3 They are unique among all organisms in their modes of silk production and usage and of reproduc...
      PubDate: |2018-07-20
  • A Sustainable Environmental Study on Corn Cob Ash Subjected to Elevated

    • Authors: Komalpreet ; Jaspal , Sarvesh
      Abstract: IntroductionCarbon dioxide gas (CO2) available in earth’s atmosphere is about 0.04%. In change in amount of CO2 creates adverse effect on environment. CO2 emission occurs due to combustion of fossil fuels, cement production and deforestation which causes global warming. The cement production contributes large amount of global CO2 emission generated from calcinations of lime stone and combustion of fuels in a kiln. In order to control carbon dioxide emissi...
      PubDate: |2018-07-20
  • Environment Impact Assessment of Highway Expansion – A Review

    • Authors: Kashish Walia ; RK Aggarwal , SK Bhardwaj
      Abstract: IntroductionIndia have been experiencing a better fiscal growth over the last decade, accompanied by growing hunger for natural resources and rapid proliferation of infrastructure development due to industrialization, urbanization and modernization; which are yard sticks for the degree of heights of development in terms of technology and economy. Road refinement and highway development projects in India have chiefly amplified the quality of existing roads and have strengthened linkage betwee...
      PubDate: |2018-03-19
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