Arid Forest Research Institute

Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education
(An Autonomous Body of Ministry of Environment, Forests and Climate Change, Govt. of India)
 
 

S.R. Baloch

M.Sc. Botany

Scientist-C

Publications

Papers Published in International Journals

  • G. Singh, Abha Rani, N. Bala, S. Upadhyaya, S.R. Baloch and N.K. Limba (2009). Resource availability through rainwater harvesting influenced vegetation diversity and herbage yield in southern Aravalli hills of India. Frontiers of Agriculture in China.
  •  S. R. Baloch, Lokho Puni, Priya Sati, B. P. Tamta and Attar Singh (2014).  Germination Behavior of Fiber Species of Himalayan Nettle (Girardinia Diversifolia) in Different Altitude. Indian Forester 140(4): 374-377.
  •  S.R. Baloch, Afaq Khan, N. Bala and N. K. Bohra (2015). Socio-economic status and forest resources dependency of forest fringe villages of Valsad district, Gujarat, India. International Journal of Usufruct Management, 16(1): 92-105.

Papers Published in National Journals

  • G. Singh, T.R. Rathod, S.R. Baloch and C.S. Purohit (2008). A note on addition to the flora of Banswara district, Rajasthan. Indian Forester, 134 (8): 1087-1099.
  • G. Singh, N. Bala, P. Kumar, S.R. Baloch, T.R. Rathod and N.K. Limba (2006).  Flood disaster in western Rajasthan: disadvantages and the benefits. Presented in the workshop on Flood disaster in western Rajasthan: disadvantages and the benefits.  In: State of Art Report – Floods of August 2006 in Rajasthan: causes, magnitude and strategies. INCOH Publication No.INCOH/SAR/29/2007.  National Institute of Hydrology, Roorki, India. Pp. 52-59.
  • N. Bala, Pramod Kumar, N. K. Bohra, N. K. Limba, S. R. Baloch and G. Singh. (2009). Production and decomposition of litter in plantation forests of Eucalyptus camaldulensis along canal command area in Indian desert. Indian Forester, 136 (2) : 163-172.

Chapters in Book

  • G. Singh, N. Bala, P. Kumar, S.R. Baloch, T.R. Rathod and N.K. Limba (2007). Flood disaster in western Rajasthan: disadvantages and the benefits. In: State of Art Report- Floods of August 2006 in Rajasthan: Causes, Magnitude and Strategies. INCOH Publication No. INCOH/SAR 29/2007. National Institute of Hydrology, Roorki, India. Pp. 52-59.

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