List of Publications of Subir K
Ghosh

 

1.   Ghosh, S. K. and K. R. Naskar, 1989. Pollution
and Drainage Problems in Calcutta
Metropolis. NATMO, Monograph 9. Ministry
of Science and Technology, (Calcutta), Govt. of India.pp- 449-450.

 

4.   Ghosh,
S. K. and K. R. Naskar, 1990. Exploitation Strategies on the Mangrove
Ecosystem of Sundarbans in West Bengal – its cause and future perspective
.
Abstract : National Seminar on Mangrove Awareness in India. WWF – Maharashtra
and Goa State Committee. pp-  37.

 
5.   Ghosh,
S. K., K. R. Naskar and S. C. Santra, 1990. Herbaceous Flora of the Tidal
Estuaries of the Sundarbans and Their Role in Soil Conservation
. Abstract
in National Symposium of Conservation and Management of Living Resources.Unit
of Ecology and natural Resources, USA, Bangalore – 560 065.pp- 16-17.
 

6.   Ghosh,
S. K., S. C. Santra and P. K. Mukherjee, 1993. Phenological studies in
Aquatic Macrophytic Plants of Lower Gangetic Delta
, West Bengal, India.
Feddes Repertorium (Berlin) 104 (1-2): 93-111.
 

7.   Ghosh, S. K., 1994. Prasanga : Jalabhumi Sanbikshan
Sankalan
– 1400 (1994). Paschim Banga Ganatantrik Lekhak Shilpi Sangha;
Sonarpur Sakha, 24 Parganas. pp- 20-25 (In Bengali).
 

8.   Ghosh, S. K., 1994.  Studies in the Ecology of Aquatic Plants
Communities in West Bengal, India.Ph.D thesis, Kalyani University, India,
501 pp. (un-published).

 

9.   Ghosh,
S. K. and S. C. Santra, 1995a. Biodiversity of Vascular Plants in Indian
Wetlands
: An overview. Abstract: National Symposium on Perspective in
Biodiversity. Zoological Society, Calcutta. p-25.

 

10. Ghosh,
S. K. and S. C. Santra, 1995b. Impact of the Reed Vegetation of Wetlands in
the Perspective of Economic Gain of Rural Population
: A case study in West
Bengal, India. Asian Wetland News, Vol. 8, No. 1, Sept., 1995 p. 10-11.(
Published from Kuala Lumpur, Malayasia)
 

11. Ghosh,
S. K. and S. C. Santra, 1996.  Domestic
and municipal waste water treatment by some common tropical aquatic macrophytes
.
Indian Biologist. Vol. 28 (1): 47-58.
 

12. Ghosh,
S. K., 1997a.  On the Perspective of
Biodiversity and Conservation of Wetland Flora in the East Calcutta Wetlands
,
West Bengal, India. Abstract In: 9th Biennial Botanical Conference, Dhaka,
Bangladesh, Jan-8-9, 1997.  Abst.No. 45.
p- 25.
 

13. Ghosh,
S. K., 1997b. Insect eating plants of The Wetlands. Environ. 2: 47-49.
 

14. Ghosh,
S. K. & A. Mitra, 1997. Flora and Fauna of the East Calcutta Wetlands.In
: Project report of Creative Research Group. 
East Calcutta Wetlands and Waste Recycling: Primary Data. Environmental
Improvement Programme, Calcutta Metropolitan Water and Sanitation Authority.
pp-37-42 ;Ibid: pp-128-149.
 

15. Ghosh, S. K., 1998. Wetlands.
In: (Editors) Ghosh, S. K. and D. P. Chakraborty, 1998. HaytoTumioJano: A Collection of Articles on Environmental
Awareness
. Published by the Eco Club, Harinavi D. V. A. S. H. School,
Kolkata-148, West Bengal, India. pp- 24-31. (In Bengali).
 

16. Ghosh,
S. K., 1998. Non-conventional Resources from wetland ecosystems.
Training Programme on wise use of wetlands, 2-6 Feb. 1998. British Council
Division, Calcutta, India.
 

17. Ghosh,
S. K., 1998 a. A pictorial directory of common aquatic and wetland Plants of
West Bengal
. Project Report prepared for the Department of Environment,
Government of West Bengal. [Implemented through WWF- India, (W. B. S. O.)]128
pp.
 

18. Ghosh
S. K., 1998 b.  Traditional Commercial
Practices (TCP) in wetlands in the Perspective of Community Based Wetland
Management in West Bengal, India
. In: Frontiers of Zoology. Proceedings of
the third Refresher Course in Zoology 6th Feb to 28th Feb, 1998.Department of
Zoology and AcademicStaffCollege.University of Calcutta.pp- 42-43.
 

19. Ghosh,
S. K. and S. C. Santra, 1997. Economic benefits of wetland vegetation for
rural populations in West Bengal, India
. In: W. Giesen (Ed.). Wetlands
Biodiversity and Development. Proceedings of workshop of the International
Conference on Wetlands and Development held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and 9‑13
October 1995. Wetlands International, Kuala Lumpur. p‑ 119‑131.
 

20. Ghosh,
S. K. & S. C. Santra, 1999. Phytosuccession in Coastal Wetlands: A
case study in Mangrove Reclaimed Areas of Sundarbans, West Bengal. In:
SundarbansMangal: First William Roxburgh Memorial Seminar on SundarbansMangal.
Editors: GuhaBakshi, D. N., P. Sanyal and K. R. Naskar, 1999. NayaPrakash.
Calcutta-6.pp- 325-339.
 

21. Ghosh,
S. K., 1999.  An investigation on the
autecology of an endangered wetland plant Mimulus orbicularis Wall. ex.
Benth. (Scrophulariaceae).
Journal of Environmental Sciences.Green Earth
Foundation, Jaipur, India. Vol. 3 (1): 17- 25.
 

22. Ghosh,
S. K., 1999. Diversity of wetland flora with special reference to West
Bengal
. In: Kar, S. K. & M. Bandyopadhyay (eds.), Proceedings of
Workshop on Lake Water Quality and Hydrology Models. November 22-27, 1999 Department
of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur.(Sponsored by
Wetlands International, South Asia) pp- 1.1- 1.10.
 

23. Ghosh,
S. K., 1999. A review of Wetland Resource Models. In: Kar, S. K. &
M. Bandyopadhyay (eds.), Proceedings of Workshop on Lake Water Quality and
Hydrology Models. November 22-27, 1999. Department of Civil Engineering, Indian
Institute Of Technology, Kharagapur. (Sponsored by Wetlands International,
South Asia) pp- 2.1-2.9.
 

24. Ghosh,
S. K., 2000.  Traditional Commercial
Practices in the Tropical Wetlands
: A case Study from Eastern India.
Abstract In: Program with Abstracts, Millenium Wetland Event, Quebec-2000,
Canada, August 6-12, 2000, pp- 353.
 

25. Ghosh,
S. K., 2002 a. Scope of Makhana(Euryale feroxSalisbury) cultivation
in less remunerable wetlands
: A case study from West Bengal. In:
Perspectives of Plant Biodiversity. A. P. Das (Editor), Bishen Singh and
Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehradun, pp- 757-768.
 

26. Ghosh,
S. K., 2002 b. Wetland Ecosystem. In:  West Bengal State
Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan: Prepared under the National
Biodiversity Strategic Action Plan
(NBSAP), The Department of Environment,
Government of West Bengal and Ramkrishna Mission-Narendrapur, West Bengal,
India. pp- 86-106. Executed by Ministry of Environment and Forest, Government
of India, Technical implementation by Kalpavriksh and Administrative
Coordination by Biotech Consortium, India Ltd., Funded by Global Environmental
facility through UNDP, 182 pp and Reference & Annexure (pp-1-100).
 

27. Ghosh
S. K., 2002. Reclamation and enhancement of biodiversity of the East
Calcutta Wetlands.
Project Report prepared for British Council, Calcutta
implemented through WWF-India, West Bengal State Office. 61pp.
 

28. Ghosh,
S. K., 2003. Survey of Commercial Plants in Wetlands of West Bengal.
Project Report prepared for the Department of Environment, Government of West
Bengal, Implemented through WWF-India, West Bengal State Office. 200 pp.
 

29. Ghosh S. K., 2003. JalabhumirJibanDarshan. In:
(Editor) Sarkar P., 2003. Lok: BanglarDighi, Jalashaya. pp-
194-208. (in Bengali).
 

30. Ghosh
S. K. 2003. Conservation and management of wetlands for sustainable
development
in West Bengal, India. In: Bagchi, J. N. and A. K. M.
Anwaruzzaman (eds.), 2003. Proceedings of the UGC Sponsored National Seminar on
Conservation and Management of Natural Resources to check environmental
degradation, pp-143-145.

 
31. Ghosh,
S. K., 2003. Rehabilitation of wetland biodiversity. In: Saha, G. K. and
S. Ray (eds.), 2003. Life Science update.UGCAcademicStaffCollege, University of
Calcutta, India.pp- 24-27.
 

32. Ghosh, S. K., 2003. Conservation of
biodiversity of wetlands
through community participation and wise use of
wetland plants: A case study from West Bengal, India. In: Proceedings of
the 19
th  session of the
Indian Science Congress, Bangalore, 2003. Part IV: Section of the Environmental
Sciences. Abstract No. 6.pp-159-161.  
 

33. Ghosh
S. K. and D. Ghosh, 2003. Community based rehabilitation of wetlands in
West Bengal, India. In: S. B. Roy et al. 2003. Contemporary Studies in Natural
Resource Management in India.Forest F 007. Studies Series Inter- India
Publication, New Delhi.  pp- 127-148.
 

34. Ghosh S. K. and D. Ghosh, 2003. Rehabilitating Biodiversity:
A community based initiative in the East Calcutta Wetlands. A Communique
published through WWF- India (W. B. S. O.) in collaboration with British
Council Division, Kolkata. 40 pp.
 

35. Ghosh,
S. K. and S. C. Santra, 2003. Past and present distributional records of Makhana
(Euryale ferox
Salisb.) and its future prospect of cultivation in West
Bengal, India. In: MAKHANA, Editors: R. K. Mishra, V. Jha and P. V.
Dehadrai, ICAR, DIPA, New Delhi, India, pp- 3-7.
 

36. Ghosh
S. K., 2004. Time scale evaluation of Biodiversity of the East Calcutta
Wetlands
(Ramsar site of India) and possible scope of reclamation and
enhancement of biodiversity. In: (Editors) Nautiyal, P. and H. R. Singh, 2004.
Ecology and Biodiversity of Aquatic Environments.Narendra Publishing House,
India (In Press).
 

37. Ghosh
S. K., 2005. Tropical Aquatic and Wetland Plants – In Harmony with the
Mankind.
Standard Literature Company, India, (225 pp. + pp-xii + lxiv
(64) colour pages  (including 240 colour
plates) + 17 colour plates in front cover +1 colour plate in back cover and 412
references) 301 pp.
 

38. Ghosh S. K., 2005. Jibikarsandhanejalajudvid (Aquatic
plants in search of livelihood support) in Bengali vernacular.pp-107-112. In:
Basu R. C. and S. Roy Chowdhuri, 2005. Brittimulaksiksharmadhyameuparjan o
swanirvarata, Rotary International District 3290.193 pp.(in Bengali).
 

39. Ghosh
S. K., 2005. Ecoaquaculture– may be a novel concept in wetland
management. In: Life Science- a new fabric of interdisciplinary understanding
(Eds. S. Chakraborty and Homechaudhury S.). UGCAcademicStaffCollege and
Department of Zoology, University of Calcutta.Pp- 91-95.
 

40. Ghosh, S. K., 2005 Traditional Commercial Practices in Sustainable
Development and Conservation of Man and Wetlands 6pp. In :Hugill, B. and
Edwards, S.R. (Eds). 2005. A Synthesis of Contributions to the Knowledge
Marketplace, 3rd IUCN World Conservation Congress, 17-25 November 2004
.
IUCN – The World Conservation Union, Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, U.K. CD-Rom.
 

41. Ghosh, S. K., 2006. Aquatic resources and their utilization in
harmony with mankind
.Pp-133-145. In: Basu, R. C., r. A. Khan, J. R. B. Alfred
(Ed.), 2006. Environmental Awareness and Wildlife Conservation : 1-302 + 20
plates (Published by the Director, Zool. Surv. India, Kolkata.
 

42. Ghosh, S. K., 2006. Medicinal Plants in the Wetlands – a brief
review from West Bengal.
Pp- 14-24. In: Gupta S. K. and B. R. Mitra, 2006.
Diversity of Medicinal Plants and their sustainable utilization in health care
and improving nutritional standard in rural areas. R. K. Mission, Narendrapur,
West Bengal, India.212 pp.
 

43. Ghosh, S. K., 2010. Diversity of Aquatic and Wetland plants in
Wetlands: A case study from West Bengal
. Pp-57 In : National Conference on
“ Biodiversity for Sustainable Development : Threats, Indicators, Climate
Change, Poverty Alleviation” 283Pp. held during 25-27 August, 2010, organized
by Centre for Biodiversityand Forest Studies, Madurai Kamraj University,
Madurai-625021.
 

44.       Ghosh, S. K., 2010. Aquatic and Wetland plants in Harmony with
Mankind: A case study from West Bengal
. Pp-58. In : National Conference on
“ Biodiversity for Sustainable Development : Threats, Indicators, Climate
Change, Poverty Alleviation” 283Pp. held during 25-27 August, 2010, organized
by Centre for Biodiversityand Forest Studies, Madurai Kamraj University,
Madurai-625021.

45.       Ghosh, S. K., 2010. Aquatic and Wetland Plants of West Bengal.
J. Environ &Sociobiol. : 7 (2) : p-121-126, 2010.

46. Ghosh, S. K., 2011. Major
Aquatic and Wetland plants of the Eastern India
In : International
Waterlily and Watergardening Society (IWGS) Symposium Proceeding Volume,
Qingdao, China, 2011, P-29-38.
 

47. Ghosh, S.K. 2011. Indian Waterlilies in Harmony
with Mankind.  The Water Garden 
Journal 26 (4): 8-11. IWGS, Greenville, VA 24440 USA.

48.
Ghosh, S.K. 2011. Padma (Nelumbonucifera),
an indispensable part of the Indian heritage and culture. Journal 27 (2):
6-9.IWGS, Greenville, VA 24440 USA.

49.
Ghosh K Subir., Explain Biodiversity and the economy of Nature a case study
from West Bengal, India, Economology Journal (Italy), Vol. III Year II,
September 2012, PP.- 3-23.

50.
Ghosh, S.K. 2012.
Makhana – The Gorgon Lily (Euryale
ferox
).
The Water Garden 
Journal 27 (3), 5 pp.IWGS, Greenville, VA 24440 USA.

51..Ghosh S.K., 2013.
Hugli JelarJeebaBaichitra .pp- 90-157. In Hugli Jela: Sekal o Ekal, Kanakshali
Recreation Club, Chunchura Rabindra Bhavan. (In Press)

52. Ghosh, S. K., 2014. Tropical Scavenger Plants and Their Scope
in Aqua-gardening
.  Water Garden
Journal, International Waterlily and Water Gardening Society, Vol. 29 No.1, Pp.
16-19.  

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