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Ecological Significance of Riparian Ecosystems: Challenges and Management Strategies

by Madhav, S.; Kanhaiya, S.; Srivastav, A.L.; Singh, V.B.; Singh, P. (Eds)

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  • Catalogue No : 45697
  • ISBN : 9780323850452
  • Published : JAN 2022
  • Cover : Paperback
  • Pages : 350

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Ecological Significance of Riparian Ecosystems: Challenges and Management Strategies examines the current issues related to river ecosystems, their environmental importance, pollution issues and potential management strategies. The book is divided into 4 key themes: Basics of river ecosystem, Natural phenomenon of river ecosystem, Human-induced problems of river ecosystem and Management measures for the river ecosystem. Through these four themes, the contributors present both practical and theoretical aspects of river ecosystem in changing climate. An emphasis has been made on the recent research of climate change and its impact on the river ecosystem.

River ecosystems have tremendous potential to store CO2, however, with changing climatic and anthropogenic activities, these habitats are under threat, and river ecosystems are losing the very vital service of storing carbon. Unlike well documented terrestrial biodiversity, the biodiversity in aquatic ecosystems is still unrecognized to some extent. Ecological Significance of Riparian Ecosystems explores how to protect these areas and so will be useful for undergraduate or university students, teachers, and researchers working in areas of aquatic ecology and climate change. This book is also useful to the person working in the field of river conservation.

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