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Chapters in Edited Books

  1. Mahato AKR, Patel RM, Bhatt JB, VijayKumar V and Asari RV (In Press). Status, Diversity and Conservation of Sacred Grove in Kachchh district of Gujarat.” In: Ecological Tradition of Gujarat (Ed.). CPR Environmental Education Centre, Chennai.
  2. Lakshmanaperumalsamy P, Karthikeyan K and Jayanthi G (2015). An Insightful Overview on Multifaceted Perspectives of Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria (PGPR). In: Plant Microbe Interactions (Eds. Ramaswamy K. and Kumar K). New India Publishing Agency, Pp:153-172.
  3. Gajera NB and Dharaiya N (2014).“Diversity and Distribution of some rare and endangeredmammals in North Gujarat Region – Gujarat.” In: Bioscience Research and Conservation (Ed.Sharma K.). Lambert Academic publishing (LAP), Germany, Pp. 31-61.
  4. Gajera NB, VijayKumar V and Pardeshi MK (2014). Mammalian Species Distribution and Diversity in Major Land Uses of Arid Region in Kachchh – Gujarat. In: Biodiversity Distribution and Conservation (Ed. Khinchi S.S.). Pointer Publishers, Rajasthan, India, Pp. 180-205.
  5. Patel RM and Mahato AKR (2014). Medicinal Plant diversity in selected MPCAs of Eastern Kachchh, Gujarat. In: Biodiversity Distribution and Conservation (Ed. Khinchi S.S.).Pointer Publishers, Rajasthan, India, Pp. 145-169.
  6. Gajera N, Mahato AKR and Vijay Kumar V.(2013). “Status of Biodiversity in Man-made Wetlands along Coastal areas of Kachchh district, Gujarat, India,” 86-117. In Biodiversity of Aquatic Ecosystem-Significance threats and Conservation (Eds. Bharti, P.K. and Kaoud, H.A.), Discovery Publishing House Ltd, New Delhi, ISBN No.: 978-93-5056-297-0.
  7. NanthakumarK, Karthikeyan K, Suriyanarayanan S and Lakshmanaperumalsamy P (2013).“Application of Plackett – Burman Design to Optimize Bioprocess Variables for Decolorization of Reactive Red 195 by a Termite Associated Bacterial Consortium BUTC7.” In: Microbiological Research in Agroecosystem Management. R. K. Velu (ed.) Springer India. 23-34. DOI: 10.1007/978-81-322-1087-0_3.
  8. Thivakaran GA(2012). “Marine Molluscan Diversity: Where do we stand.” In: Marine Biodiversity: Present Status and Prospects. (Eds: P. Santhanam and P. Perumal). Narendra Publishing House, New Delhi. Pp 119-126.
  9. Thivakaran GA and Kundu S (2012).“Ecology of Macrobenthos in the Coastal Waters of Gulf of Kachchh, Gujarat.” In: Marine Biodiversity: Present Status and Prospects. (Eds: P. Santhanam and P. Perumal). Narendra Publishing House, New Delhi. Pp 207-225.
  10. Chandra R, Prusty BAK and Azeez PA (2009). “Biomass, productivity and species diversity of plant community in a rain fed monsoonal wetland ecosystem with specific emphasis on its temporal variability.” In: International Wetlands: Ecology, Conservation and Restoration Nova Publishers, New York, USA.
  11. Prusty BAK, Chandra R, Shah HM, Azeez PA (2009). “Catchment Changes Influence the Arrival Pattern of Fishes into a Semitropical Monsoonal Wetland System.” In: Conservation and Restoration. Nova Publishers, New York, USA.
  12. Bhatt DC and Joshi PN (2004). Ethno-botanical Plants of Pachchham Hills of Kachchh District, Gujarat India. In: Ethnomedicinal Plants. (Eds: PC Trivedi and NK Sharma). Pointer Publishers, Jaipur (Rajasthan), India. Pp. 116-135
  13. Geevan CP, Dixit AM and Silori CS (2005). Dynamics of the resource economics of open access grasslands of Kachchh District (Gujarat). In: Biodiversity and Quality of Life (Eds. H Sengupta and J Bandyopadhyay). Macmillan, New Delhi.
  14. Joshi PN, Bhatt DC, Parmar RP, Dodia SK and Lashkari PI (2004). Medicinal value of Adansonia digitata L. in Kachchh, Gujarat, India. In: Ethnomedicinal Plants. (Eds: PC Trivedi and NK Sharma). Pointer Publishers, Jaipur (Rajasthan), India. Pp: 160-163.
  15. Joshi PN, Bhatt Dc, Soni H and Joshua J (2007). Etymological history of some floral elements – A case study of Kachchh District, Gujarat, India. In: Economic Botany (Prof. PC Trivedi Festschrift Volume, Ed. Sampat Nehra), Pointer Publishers, Jaipur. 408 p.
  16. Joshi PN, Bhatt DC, Soni H and Joshua J (2007). Etymological history of some floral elements – A case study of Kachchh District, Gujarat, India. In: Economic Botany (Prof. P.C. Trivedi Festschrift Volume) (Ed. S Nehra) Pointer Publishers, Jaipur. ISBN: 81-7132-485-1. 408 pp.
  17. Joshi PN, Bhatt DC, Soni H and Joshua J (2007). Etymological history of some floral elements – A case study of Kachchh District, Gujarat, India. In: Economic Botany (Ed. S Nehra), Pointer Publishers, Jaipur. 408 pp.
  18. Joshi PN, Joshua J and Bhatt DC (2001). Eco-taxonomical study on the flora of Bhuj taluka, Kachchh, Gujarat. In: Emerging Areas in Plant Sciences. (Ed. BR Pandit), Ecology Division, Department of Life Science, Bhavnagar University, Bhavnagar. Pp. 96-101.
  19. Joshua J, Sunderraj SFW and Joshi PN (2008). Status survey of Threatened Plants in Kachchh Desert, Gujarat. Pp. 101-108. In: Special Habitats and Threatened Plants of India (Ed. GS Rawat). ENVIS Bulletin: Wildlife and Protected Areas. Vol. 11 (1). Wildlife Institute of India. Dehradun, India.
  20. Kumar A and Pardeshi M (2008). Protecting the Desert Thorn Forest ecosystem in the face of increased mining in the drylands of Kachchh, West India. In: The nature of drylands: Diverse ecosystems, diverse solutions. IUCN World Conservation Congress. Pp. 16.
  21. Kumar A, Marcot BG and Roy PS (2008). Spatial patterns and ecology of a shifting cultivation landscape in Garo Hills, India. In: Patterns and Processes in Forest Landscapes: Multiple Use and Sustainable Management’ (Eds. R Lafortezza, J Chen, G Sanesi and TR Crow). Springer Publishers, The Netherlands.
  22. Sunderraj SFW, Joshua J and Vijay Kumar V (2006). Sea Turtles and their Nesting Habitats in Gujarat. Pp: 156-169. In: Marine Turtles of the Indian Subcontinent. (Eds: K Sanker and BC Choudhury). Orient Longman Private Limited, Chennai, India. 415p.
  23. Sunderraj SFW, Joshua J, Brahmbhatt L, Saravanakumar A, Muthuraman B and Das SK (2006). The status of sea turtle population on the Gujarat coast. In: Towards an integrated and collaborative sea turtle conservation programme in India (Eds. K Shankar and HV Andrews). UNEP / CMS-IOSEA Project Report Centre for Herpetology/Madras Crocodile Bank Trust, Tamil Nadu. Pp.18-44.
  24. Thivakaran GA (2010). Coastal Ecology of Kachchh-Issues and Problems. In: Status of Ecology of Kachchh. Book to be published during the Gujarat Sthapan Day- 1st May 2010, Gujarat Institute of Desert Ecology, Bhuj, Gujarat, India.
  25. Vijay Kumar V (2006). Ecology and Natural History of Indian Crocodilians with Special Reference to Mugger Crocodiles. In: Perspectives in Animal Ecology and Reproduction (Eds. VK Gupta and AK Verma), Vol III. Daya Publishing House, New Delhi. Pp. 193-229.
  26. Vijay Kumar V, Choudhury BC and Soni VC (2007). Population Trends of Indian Mugger Crocodiles Crocodylus palustris at Some Selected Sanctuaries in Andhra Pradesh, South India. In: Perspectives in Animal Ecology and Reproduction (Eds. VK Gupta and AK Verma), Vol IV, Daya Publishing House, New Delhi. Pp. 210-232.