Environment & Ecology: A Complete Study Material

02-JUN-2016 13:04

    Environment & Ecology is not only static but dynamic discipline and to make your study easy we have compiled whole study material at one place that will be definitely beneficial for the students of various classes from 6 to 12, pursuing graduation and also preparing for Government jobs.
    We have divided the entire Study Material of “Environment & Ecology” into 6 Sections for better understanding how living beings and non - living things directly or indirectly dependent for their survival.

    "Environment & Ecology" A Complete Study Material

    1. Basics of Environment and Ecology

             1.1 Meaning of Environment
             1.2 Jargons on Environment & Ecology
     
    2. Ecosystem

             2.1 Components of Ecosystem
             2.2 Benefits from Biodiversity
             2.3 Common Plant Species of India
             2.4 How Ecosystem works
             2.5 Meaning of Biodiversity
             2.6 Conservation of Biodiversity in India
             2.7 Hydraulic Fracturing
     
    3. Environmental Issues and Convention

             3.1 Global Warming
             3.2 Soil Pollution
             3.3 Sustainable Development
             3.4 IUCN Red data Book
             3.5 Ozone Layer Depletion
             3.6 Bonn Convention, Washington & the Ramsar Convention
             3.7 The Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD)
             3.8 The International Convention for the Regulation of Whaling
             3.9 The Montreal Protocol & the Vienna Convention
             3.10 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development (UNCSD)
             3.11 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change

    4. India and Climate Change

             4.1 Air Pollution
             4.2 Air Quality in India
             4.3 Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuaries
             4.4 Environmental Democracy Index 2015
             4.5 Indian Resolutions on Protecting Environment
             4.6 Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS)
             4.7 National Action Plan on Climate Change (NAPCC)
             4.8 National River Conservation Plan
             4.9 Tier-I Oil Spill Response Centre (Mumbai and JNPT Harbour)
             4.10 ICRISAT Launched GreenPHABLET for Small Farmers
             4.11 Maily se Nirmal Yamuna Revitalization Plan 2017
             4.12 UNEP's First Adaptation Gap Report
     
    5. Natural Resources

             5.1 Gaseous Cycle of the Atmosphere
             5.2 Non-Renewable Resources of Energy
             5.3 Natural Spheres
             5.4 Renewable Resources
             5.5 Types of Forests in India
             5.6 Solid Waste Management
             5.7 Noise Pollution
             5.8 Water Pollution

    6. Wildlife and its Conservation

             6.1 Keoladeo National Park
             6.2 Kaziranga National Park
             6.3 The Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP)
             6.4 Manas Wildlife Sanctuary (Assam)
             6.5 Nanda Devi National Park
             6.6 Why Sundarban National Park is so popular
             6.7 What Entitles Western Ghats to Enter in the List of World Heritage Site?
             6.8 Heritage Animal of India-'Elephant'
             6.9 Bandhavgarh National Park
             6.10 Bandipur National Park
             6.11 Buxa Tiger Reserve (B.T.R.)
             6.12 Dudhwa National Park; ‘The Garden of Eden’
             6.13 Dachigam National Park
             6.14 Gir National Park
             6.15 Jim Corbett National Park the Paradise of Tigers
             6.16 The Kanha National Park
             6.17 Ranthambore National Park
             6.18 Sariska Tiger Reserve
             6.19 Do you know these Facts about Whales
             6.20 Why Indian Vultures are vanishing
             6.21 Do you know these Facts about Blue Whales
             6.22 Do you Know these Facts about Red Panda
             6.23 Yak the “Grunting Ox”
             6.24 Snow Leopard
             6.25 The Siberian Crane or the Snow Crane
             6.26 List of Ten Critically Endangered Species of Birds in India
             6.27 List of Endangered Animals in India
             6.28 What is the Relevance of IUCN Red Data Book?
             6.29 The Blackbuck (The Indian Antelope)

    This comprehensive Study Material on “Environment & Ecology” is designed with the reference of basic text books like NCERT’s old and new (Geography from 6 to 12 and Biology from 9 to 12), ICSE books of class 10th and 11th) and some more books like Erach Bharucha’s (Environmental Studies for undergraduate courses), Majid Husain’s (Environment & Ecology), Mahesh Rangarajan’s (Environmental issues in India) etc.

    Hence, with a detailed analysis on the content of Environment & Ecology Jagranjosh.com presents a complete Study Material at one place while keeping in mind the relevance of the subject and its importance for an exam point of view.

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