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Thesis
2019
Academy of Climate Change Education and Research,Vellanikkara

An investigation entitled “Quantify the temporal carbon, water and energy fluxes in selected land use system in Himalayas” was conducted at Forest Research Institute (FRI), Dehradun, during 2018 December to May 2019. The experiment was conducted in two seasons winter (December-February) and summer (March-May) with four land use i.e.; mixed forest, pine forest, gras...

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2016
Academy of Climate Change Education and Research Vellanikkara

Temperature is the major factor that limits the growth and production of coconut in the humid tropics. Due to the current accelerated climate change, temperature is expected to rise at the rate of 0.2°C per decade. Coconut pollen, since they have to stay viable under field conditions from anthesis to pollination, are more vulnerable to the effects of high tempe...

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Thesis
2019
Academy of Climate Change Education and Research,Vellanikkara

Marine capture fisheries are subjected to anthropogenic pressures and impact from climate change. These two factors result in the inter-annual variability of marine fish species. In this study, we have tried to nullify the anthropogenic effect in the form of fishing effort by subjecting the fish catch data to a standardization procedure which provided us with the s...

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2016
Academy of Climate Change Education and Research Vellanikkara

The study, simulation of salt water intrusion into the coastal aquifers of Kadalundi river basin in Malappuram district using Visual MODFLOW was to simulate the saline water intrusion in the coastal aquifers using Visual MODLOW and to predict the extent of saline water advancement in coastal regions of Kadalundi river basin. Coastal stretch of Tanur, Tirurangad...

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2018
Academy of Climate Change Education and Research, Vellanikkara

Climate change is the major concern of mankind in the 21st century. Under changing climatic scenario, crop failures, reduction in yield, reduction in quality and increasing pest and disease problems are common and they render the cultivation unprofitable. Climate change has both direct and indirect effects on agriculture productivity including changing rainfall pat...

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2017
Academy of Climate Change Education and Research Vellanikkara

Litter dynamics and soil respiration are of great interest in climate change studies due to their roles in recycling carbon and nutrients. Present study was conducted with the objectives of understanding patterns and the process of litter dynamics and the role of weather on soil carbon efflux. Litterbag technique was used to determine the decomposition of litte...

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2015
Academy of Climate Change Education and Research, Vellanikkara

A study of aquatic invasive plants of Vembanad Lake south of Thannermukkam bund and AC (Alappuzha-Changanassery) canal in the Kuttanad wetland ecosystem using multispectral imageries was undertaken to assess the spatiotemporal variation in the aquatic weed area, its distribution, extent and trends in variation. The study also aimed to analyse the contribution of cl...

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Thesis
2019
Academy of Climate Change Education and Research,Vellanikkara

Global warming and biodiversity loss are the major environmental issues faced by the planet today. The “sacred groves” are repositories of woody vegetation that successfully and efficiently conserve these “trees outside the forests”. Documentation of the species present in such C sinks will help to document the native species that are conserved here. Estimation of ...

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2015
Academy of climate Change Education and research, Vellanikkara

The present study ―Tree growth climate relationship in plantation teak (Tectona grandis L. f.) grown in Thrissur District, Kerala‖ was conducted to develop tree-ring chronologies from plantation teak (Tectona grandis ) at the site Vazhani in Thrissur forest division, Kerala, to understand the relationship between climate and tree growth. The work was carried out at...

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2017
Academy of Climate Change Education and Research Vellanikkara

Madayipara Laterite hills in Kannur District is a biodiversity rich area. The geographical and climatical features make Madayipara and the adjacent laterite hillock system support a unique assemblage of species. It is the home of unique and sparsely distributed endemic plants such as Nymphoides krishnakesara, Rotala malabarica, Justicia ekakusuma, Lepidagathis ...

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