Ecorestoration for Sustainability
1. Auflage August 2023
480 Seiten, Hardcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
Preis: 209,00 €
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With climate change and land degradation advancing at an alarming rate, the state of the global ecosystem and how it can be restored in our march toward sustainability is incredibly important, and this new, groundbreaking volume tackles these important issues head-on.
Environmental degradation is causing severe impacts on the various Earth ecosystems. Unsustainable development and anthropogenic pressure have altered the natural balance. From this perspective, sustainability has become a major issue to frame a greener and cleaner Earth for future generations. It can be argued that the worst example of unsustainable development is habitat degradation. Therefore, ecorestoration and other ecological practices are becoming increasingly important in our march toward sustainability. The present book covers all the aspects of ecorestoration and sustainability and how various areas intersect in this space.
Environmental degradation is increasing all over the world at an unprecedented rate. This includes air, water, soil, and other natural resources resulting in the depletion of natural resources and an unsustainable planet. Therefore, it is incredibly important to restore the ecosystem's health and services to maintain homeostasis. In this context, ecorestoration approaches in the form of eco-friendly technologies need to be formulated to promote the protection and conservation of various ecosystems. These approaches include freshwater bodies, soil and mined-out wasteland, degraded forest, biodiversity, and other degraded ecosystems.
This important new volume from Wiley-Scrivener tackles these problems from a practical perspective, offering solutions and new methods for restoring our suffering global ecosystem. Edited by a team of experts, this collaboration of papers on these issues is a further step in our march toward sustainability.
Whether for the engineer, scientist, or student, it is a must-have for any library.
Manoj Kumar Jhariya, Phd, is an assistant professor in the Department of Farm Forestry, Sant Gahira Guru Vishwavidyalaya University, India. He has published 86 scientific papers, 14 books, 75 book chapters, and several extension articles. He is an editorial board member for several journals and a life member of numerous societies.
Surendra Singh Bargali, PhD, is a professor of botany with additional charge as Director of Environmental Sciences in Kumaun University, India. He has more than 30 years of teaching and research experience and has published more than 150 research papers in scientific journals.
Debnath Palit, PhD, is the Principal of Durgapur Government College, India. He has more than 20 years of teaching experience and more than 24 years of research experience and has published more than 85 research papers, five books, and 33 book chapters.