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Bandyopadhyay, D.K. and Rathore, C. S. (2004). Role of IT and knowledge sharing in efficient governance of forest resources in India. In proceedings of the Silver Jubilee symposium on governance in development – Issues, challenges and strategies. Institute of Rural Management. December 14-19, 2004. Anand.

Bhattacharya, P. (2004). Role of NTFP for rural livelihood generation in bio-industrial watershed management, Uttranchal. In Proceedings of National Seminar on Bio-Industrial water management in poverty alleviation, organized from May 15-16, 2004, Ranichowri, Uttaranchal by HIMCON.

Bhattacharya, P. and Mitra, B. (2004) Forestry a new age career option. Employment News Weekly XXIX (17), 1.

Bhattacharya, P. and Mitra, B. (2004). Issues and prospects in the management of medicinal and aromatic plants – Lessons from action research projects in Central India. Van Vigyan, 39 (1-4), 50-72.

Bhattacharya, P. presented a paper on ‘Application of criteria and indicators for sustainable ecotourism: Scenario under globalization’ organized by the International Association for the study of Common Property (IASCP) at Mexico, USA, during August 9-13, 2004.

Bhattacharya, P. presented a paper on ‘Scope of Biodiversity and Non-Timber Forest Products for addressing Livelihoods’ organized by Centre for Environment Education at Ahmedabad, during January 16-20,2005.

Bhattacharya, P., Yadav, D.K., Chaudhury, P.K. and Mittra, B. (2005). Scope of bio-fuel plantation as a livelihood option: Case study from Jharkhand and Orissa in India. Resource, Energy and Development, 2(1), 65 – 82.

Debnath, D. (2004) Tribal encroachments on forest lands: A case study. The Eastern Anthropologist, 57 (2) 225-234.

Debnath, D. (2005). Conservation and Cultivation of Medicinal Plants in Livelihood Intervention – A Case of Tamil Nadu. IIFM Communique: 7 (2), 8-10.

Debnath, D. (2004) Tribe, forest and development: An effective combination for promising future. Man and Life, 30 (1-2), 41-52.

Gauli, K and Rishi P. (2004). Do the marginalised classes really participate in community forestry? – A case study from Western Terai region of Nepal, Journal of Forests Trees and Livelihoods, 14,137-148.

Gupta, H. S. (2004). Occurrence of Emerald Or Bronzewinged Dove, Chalcophaps Indica (Linn.) In Saranda Forest Division, Jharkhand. Indian Forester, 130 (11), 149-156.

Kotwal, P.C., Dugaya, D. and Mishra, R.P. (2004). Vegetational studies in natural forest of Indian Institute of Forest Management campus. My Forest, 40(4), 393-403.

Kotwal, P.C.; M.D. Omprakash; N.V. Horo; R.P. Mishra and D. Dugaya. 2004. Criteria & Indicators Systems of Sustainable Forest Management” Towards development and prosperity. Proceeding of the regional workshop under the aegis of IIFM-ITTO research project, 26-27 May 2004 at Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. Pp 01-71. (ISBN No. 81-7969-019-9).

Kotwal, P.C; N.V. Horo; R.P. Mishra; D. Dugaya and A.K. Singh. 2004. Criteria & Indicators Systems of Sustainable Forest Management”. Proceeding of the regional workshop under the aegis of IIFM-ITTO research project, 23-24 June 2004 at Forestry Training Institute, Kanpur. Pp 01-67. (ISBN No. 81-7969-018-0).

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