3 edition of Indo-US Workshop on Arid Zone Research, January 9-14, 1984, proceedings found in the catalog.
Indo-US Workshop on Arid Zone Research, January 9-14, 1984, proceedings
Indo-US Workshop on Arid Zone Research (1984 Jodhpur, India)
|Statement||[sponsored by Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi, National Science Foundation, U.S.A., Indian Council of Agricultural Research].|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 85/60317 (G)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||85908367|
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‘Direct application of Dar Zarrouk parameters in ground water surveys’, : H. Chandrasekharan, M. Sharma, Y. Singh. Arid Zone Research,Voi, p.v. ** Arid-lands Research Institutions. University of Arizona Press, (A second edition is being published). practices in the sciences and differences in concepts and methodologies between the natural and the socio-cultural sciences; but because of the often deeply rooted socio-cultural institutions Cited by: ICAR-Central Arid Zone Research Institute, JodhpurIndia The ripe dried pods having % crude.
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These proceedings are an attempt to capture some of the highlights of the. zones on the basis of their degree of aridity. These are: the slightly humid zone which includes Kaduna and Zaria.
The second zone is the moderately arid areas consisting of places like Yelwa, Gusau, Kano and Bauchi. The semi arid region forms the third zone and is made up of Sokoto, Potiskum, Maiduguri and large area of Jigawa state.
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Misra, V.N. The Acheulian Succession at Bhimbetka, Central India. In, Misra, V.N. and P. Bellwood (eds.), Recent Advances in. The Advisory Committee for Arid Zone Research recommended that UNESCO publish a volume which would present the important elements to be considered in a preliminary survey of arid or semiarid land, as a basis for development plans.
The recommendation was adopted and this book is the result. Each chapter, written by an authority in his field, is devoted to a principal subject. Application and limitations of Plant Biotechnology in Forestry with special emphasis to arid and semi arid zone species.
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An investigation on the causes of morbidity and mortality in tethered, stall-fed and pastoral goats was carried out in the tropical highland and semi-arid areas of Morogoro district, Tanzania. Ectoparasitism was found to be common in all management systems with fleas, lice and ticks infesting 84–95%, 77–95% and 37–98% of the animals.
Upgraded village pond-nadi to ensure improved water supplies in arid zone. Water and Irrigation Review (Israel) Khan, M. A.; Narain, P. Traditional water harvesting systems and their relevance in the present context.
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