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Do bio-shields affect tsunami inundation?
Policy support to the GreenCoast Project
R.S.Bhalla. (2007) Do bio-shields affect tsunami inundation? Current Science, 93:6, 831-833.
Other Journal Articles:
Impact of India's watershed development programmes on biomass productivity
Usual Populations, Unusual Individuals: Insights into the Behavior and Management of Asian Elephants in Fragmented Landscapes
Moisture and nutrients determine the distribution and richness of India’s large herbivore species assemblage.
Monitoring carnivore populations at the landscape scale: occupancy modelling of tigers from sign surveys.
Application of GIS for Evaluation and Design of Watershed Guidelines
Googleology: powerful tool or unreliable evidence? An example exploring evidence using the current debate on Testudo gigantea Schweigger, 1812 and Dipsochelys dussumieri (Gray, 1831)
Invading the Andamans, From weeds to elephants, foreign organisms take over the Andamans islands, throwing the once-balanced ecosystem off sync.
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