Remote Sensing Applications in Brakish Water Fishries: A Socio-Economic Study
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About the Book :
The book Remote Sensing Applications in Brackish Water Fisheries: A Socio Economic Study, accounts for an unique case where socio economic inputs, integrated with remote sensing data, were attempted or development for the marginalized groups in country side. The book also presents the team spirit among the remote sensing scientists and social scientist Working together for the same mission, first ever attempt in India. It has presented a new dimension of social research methodology, and QUERI method as a new approach to understand the target group for development planning.
About Author :
Binod C. Agrawal (Ph. D, Wisconsin) works at Developments and Educational Communication Unit, Space Applications Centre, ISRO, Ahmedabad; has taught at lowa State University and the Indian Agricultural Research institute, Delhi, besides having bee Executive Secretary of the Xth International congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences. His publications include "Cultural Contours of Religion and Economics in he Hindu Universe" (1980), Television comes to Village: An Evaluation of SITE (1980), "SITE Social Evaluation: Results, Experiments and Implications" (1981) and "Yanadi Response to Change: An Attempt in Action Anthropology" (1985). He is international editorial consultant of Encyclopeadia of Communication and Media Development.
Arbind Sinha is a Professor of TALEEM Research Foundation, Ahmedabad and has been, presently, deputed to work as Communication Advisor to the Royal Danish Embassy, New Delhi. He contributed one book, co edited two books and more than dozen of papers in books and journals of national and international repute.
Sham Behari Sharma, a Masters in Social Welfare from Agra University did his diploma in Journalism. He started his career with National Council of Applied Economic Research and moved over the NCERT and to Delhi Agricultural Project when he studied social dimension of agricultural telecast. Having worked extensively in SITE and post SITE projects, he is presently working with Development and Educational Communication Unit (DECU), ISRO, Ahmedabad for almost last more than a decade. Some of his papers were published in Communicator.