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Changing Faunal Ecology in the Thar Desert

By: BK Tyagi and QH Baqri
367 pages, Tabs, plates
Changing Faunal Ecology in the Thar Desert
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  • Changing Faunal Ecology in the Thar Desert ISBN: 9788172334024 Hardback Dec 2005 Usually dispatched within 1-2 months
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A unique melange of scientific investigations on diversified ecological subjects pertaining to different organism groups, from as tiny as protozoa to as giant as mammals. Altogether sixteen contributions, including an original, up-to-date and authentic bio-bibliography of Dr. I. Prakash, make this volume an exceptional treatise penned by 24 expert scientist authors many of whom have spent a life in arid ecosystems including the Thar Desert. The book provides a crystal clear proof of the constantly changing behavioural ecology of animals in the Thar Desert which has been under an ever increasing impact of, among several imminent factors, the Indira Gandhi Nahar Pariyojana (IGNP), one of the world's largest irrigation systems of its type in a xeric environment. The change is discernible not only in structure and distribution of animals but in their resting, feeding breeding and, as evident in case of parasites, the extent of parasitism as well as pathogenecity. Finally, this book offers the first well documented evidence of immense behavioural transformation in various different animal groups in the Thar Desert.

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By: BK Tyagi and QH Baqri
367 pages, Tabs, plates
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