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)
 
  

Dr. G. Singh

M.Sc. Ph.D

Scientist-G

Forest Ecology Division

 

Area Of Specialization:

Natural resource management with special reference to soil and water conservation for waste land development, biodiversity conservation and assessment, tree vegetation interaction, carbon stock assessment and water utilization.

Publications

Papers in International Journals

 

  1. G.  Singh (2000). Effect of burning on species performance and soil behavior of arid land plantation. J.  Tropical Forest Science, 12:256-269.
  2. G. Singh, G.N. Gupta and V. Kuppusamy (2000). Changes in soil properties and nutrient accumulation in Neem under the canopy of A.tortilis. International Tree Crop Journal, 10(3): 237-246.
  3. G. Singh and Bilas Singh (2002) Changes in soil properties and foliage nutrient composition in different age E. camaldulensis plantation. J. Tropical Forest Science 14 (3) 346-356.
  4. G. Singh and T.R. Rathod (2002). Plant growth, biomass production and soil water dynamics in a shifting dune of Indian desert. Forest Ecology and Management, 171:309-312.
  5. G. Singh and M. Bhati (2003). Growth, biomass production and nutrient composition of Eucalyptus camaldulensis seedlings irrigated with municipal effluent in loamy sand soil of Indian desert. J. Plant Nutrition, 26(12): 2469-2488.
  6. G. Singh and M. Bhati (2003). Mineral element composition, growth and physiological functions in Dalbergia sissoo seedlings irrigated with different effluents. J. Environ.Sci. Health Part A, A38(11): 2679-2695.
  7. G. Singh and M. Bhati (2003). Mineral toxicity and physiological functions in tree seedlings irrigated with effluents of varying chemistry in sandy soil of dry region. J. Environ. Sci. Health Part  C, 21: 45-63.
  8. G. Singh, N. Bala, T. R. Rathod and S. Chouhan (2003). Effect of adult neighbours on regeneration and performance of surface vegetation in shifting dune of Indian desert for the control of sand drift. Environmental Conservation, 30(4): 353-363.
  9. G. Singh, N. Bala, Sarita Mutha, T.R. Rathod and N.K. Limba (2004). Biomass production of Tecomella undulata agroforestry in arid India. Biological Agriculture & Horticulture, 22:205-216.
  10. G. Singh (2004). Growth, biomass production and soil water dynamics in relation to habitat and surface vegetation in hot arid region of Indian desert. Arid Land Research and Management. 17(2): 1-17.
  11. G. Singh (2004). Influence of soil moisture and nutrient gradient on growth and biomass production of Calligonum polygonoides in Indian desert affected by surface vegetation. J. Arid Environment 56(3): 541-558.
  12. G. Singh and M. Bhati (2004). Effect of municipal effluent irrigation on plant mineral status and biomass productivity in Acacia nilotica seedlings and soil chemical changes. Environmental Conservation, 31(4): 331-338.
  13. G. Singh and M. Bhati (2005). Growth of Dalbergia sissoo in Desert regions of western India using municipal effluent and the consequent changes in soil and plant chemistry. Bio-Resource Technology 96(9): 1019-1028.
  14. G. Singh, Sarita Mutha, N.Bala, T.R. Rathod, N.K. Bohra and G.R. Kuchhawaha (2005). Growth and productivity of Tecomella undulata based agroforestry system in Indian desert. Forests, Trees and Livelihood, 15: 89-101.
  15. G. Singh and T.R. Rathod (2007). Growth, production and resource use in Colophospermum mopane based agroforestry system in northwestern India. Archive of Agronomy & Soil Science, 53 (1) 75-88.
  16. G. Singh and T.R. Rathod (2007). Productivity and soil resource availability in Hardwickia binata based agroforestry system in Indian desert. Arid Land Research and Management, 21(3): 193-210.
  17. G. Singh and T.R. Rathod (2007). Productivity and soil resource availability in Hardwickia binata based agroforestry system in Indian desert. Arid Land Research and Management, 21(3): 193-210.
  18. G. Singh, S. Mutha and N. Bala (2007). Growth and productivity of Prosopis cineraria based agroforestry system at varying spacing regimes in the arid zone of India. J. Arid Environment, 70(1): 152-163.
  19. G. Singh, S. Mutha and N. Bala (2007). Growth and productivity of Prosopis cineraria based agroforestry system at varying spacing regimes in the arid zone of India. J. Arid Environment, 70(1): 152-163.
  20. G. Singh and M. Bahti (2008). Changing effluent    chemistry affect survival, growth and physiological functions of Acacia nilotica seedlings in north-western region of India. The Environmentalist, 28: 175-184.
  21. G. Singh, T.R. Rathod, Bilas Singh and Manoj Chouhan (2008). Component interactions and productivity in Emblica officinalis based agri-horticulture system in Indian Desert. Biological Agriculture & Horticulture, 25: 253-268.
  22. G. Singh (2009). Comparative productivity of Prosopis cineraria and Tecomella undulata based agroforestry systems in degraded lands of Indian Desert. J. of Forestry Research, 20(2): 144-150. DOI: 10.1007/s11676-009-0025-z.
  23. G. Singh (2009). Soil water dynamics, growth of Dendrocalamus strictus and herbage productivity influenced by rainwater harvesting in Aravalli hills of Rajasthan. Forest Ecology and Management, 258: 2519-2528.
  24. G. Singh and B. Singh (2009). Effect of varying soil water stress regimes on nutrient uptake and biomass production in Dalbergia sissoo seedlings in Indian desert. Journal of Forestry Research 20(4): 307-313.
  25. G. Singh and T.R. Rathod (2009). Irrigation levels, nutrient uptake and productivity in Acacia nilotica seedlings in Indian desert. Archive of Agronomy & Soil Science (In press).
  26. G. Singh, N. Bala and Thanaram Rathod (2009). Utilization of industrial effluent for raising Azadirachta indica in Indian desert. J. Environ. Engn. Landscape Management. 17(3): 171-180.
  27. G. Singh, N. Bala, G.R. Choudhary, Bagaram and N.K. Limba (2009). Herbage diversity and productivity influenced by rainwater harvesting in degraded Aravalli hills in western India. J. Forestry research (accepted).
  28.  G. Singh and T.R. Rathod (2010). Irrigation levels, nutrient uptake and productivity in Acacia nilotica seedlings in Indian desert. Archive of Agronomy & Soil Science, 56(3): 311-323. 
  29. G. Singh, Abha Rani, N. Bala, S. Upadhyaya, S.R. Baloch and N.K. Limba (2010). Resource availability through rainwater harvesting influenced vegetation diversity and herbage yield in southern Aravalli hills of India. Frontiers of Agriculture in China, 4(2): 145-158. 
  30. G. Singh, M. Bhati, T. R. Rathod (2010). Use of tree seedlings for phytoremediation of a municipal effluent used in dry areas of north-western India: plant growth and nutrient uptake. Ecological Engineering, 36: 1299-1306.  
  31. Bilas Singh and G. Singh (2011). Phosphorus enhanced establishment, growth, nutrient uptake, and productivity of Dalbergia sissoo seedlings maintained at varying soil water levels in an Indian arid zone. Journal of Sustainable Forestry, 30 (6): 480-495.
  32.  G. Singh (2011). Effects of irrigation on growth and on biomass and nutrient partitioning in Eucalyptus camaldulensis seedlings.  J. Sustainable Forestry, 30: 564-583.
  33. G. Singh and Smita Shukla (2011). Effects of Azadirachta indica canopy manipulation and nitrogen fertilization on diversity and productivity of herbaceous vegetation in an arid environment of India. Arid Land Research and Management, 25: 129-150. 
  34. G. Singh, G.R. Choudhary, B. Ram and N.K. Limba (2011). Effects of rainwater harvesting on herbage diversity and productivity in degraded Aravalli hills in western India.  J. Forestry Research, 22(3): 329-340.
  35.  G. Singh (2012). Enhancing growth and biomass production of plantation and associated vegetation through rainwater harvesting in degraded hills in southern Rajasthan. New Forests, 43: 349-364.
  36.  G. Singh and Smita Shukla (2012). Effects of Prosopis juliflora (DC.) tree on under canopy resources, diversity and productivity of herbaceous vegetation in Indian desert. Arid Land Research Land Management, 26: 151-165. 
  37. G. Singh, A.U. Khan, Ashok Kumar, N. Bala and U.K. Tomar (2012). Effects of rainwater harvesting and afforestation on soil properties and growth of Emblica officinalis while restoring degraded hills in western India. African J. Environ. Sci. Technology, 6(8): 300-311.
  38. G. Singh, K. Singh, D. Mishra and S. Shukla (2012). Vegetation diversity and role of Leptadenia pyrotechnica in biomass contribution and carbon storage in Arid Zone of India. Arid Ecosystems, 
  39. G. Singh and Smita Shukla (2013). Effects of canopy and trenching around Azadirachta indica A. Juss on soil properties and herbaceous vegetation in Indian Desert. J. Sustainable Forestry, 32: 217-235.
  40. G. Singh, Deepak Mishra, Kaushal Singh and Rakesh Parmar (2013). Effects of rainwater harvesting on plant growth, soil water dynamics and herbaceous biomass during rehabilitation of degraded hills in Rajasthan, India. Forest Ecology and Management, 310: 612-622.
  41. G. Tripathi, R. Deora and G. Singh (2013). The influence of litter quality and micro-habitats on litter decomposition and soil properties in a silvopasture system. Acta Oecologica, 50: 40-50.
  42.  P. Chaudhry, M.P. Sharma and G. Singh (2013). Significance of environmental amenities in a planned city: evidence from Chandigarh, India.  IOSR J. Environ. Sci., Toxic. Food Techn., 4: 60-66.
  43.  G. Singh (2014). Effect of rainwater harvesting on distribution of water and nutrients in soil influencing growth of Dendrocalamus strictus in degraded hills in Rajasthan, India. Bamboo Science and Culture: Journal of the American Bamboo Society, 27(1): 11-26.
  44. G. Singh, M. Bhati, T.R. Rathod, and U. K. Tomar (2014). Physiological responses to nutrient accumulation in trees seedlings irrigated with municipal effluent in Indian Desert. Physiology Journal, Volume 2014, Article ID 545967, 15 pages. doi.org/10.1155/2014/545967
  45.  G. Singh and Bilas Singh (2015). Rooting pattern and equations for estimating biomasses of Hardwickia binata and Colophospermum mopane trees in agroforestry system in Indian desert. Research & Reviews: Journal of Botanical Sciences, 4(1): 30-40.
  46. K. Singh and G. Singh (2015). Roadside vegetation diversity of Jodhpur district and its role in carbon sequestration and climate change mitigation. Advances in Forestry Sciences, 2(2): 23-33.

 Papers in National Journals:

  1. G. Singh, P. A. Kumar and T. R. Rao (1994). Studies on some lanthanide (III) complexes of heterocyclic ligands Part II: Co-ordination Behaviour of pyridoxali (N-Benzalsglycl) hydrazone in its hemiacetal form.  J. Chem. Research, 5(123): 861-866.
  2. G. Singh, N.  Bala and Thanaram Rathod (1997).   Management practices for the use of industrial wastewater in tree plantation in arid region.  J. Tropical Forestry, 13: 159-165.
  3. G. Singh, V. Kuppusamy and G. N. Gupta (1998). Variation in soil nutrients under the canopy of isolated tree of Azadirachta indica. J. Tropical Forestry, 14: 232-242
  4. G. Singh and V. Kuppusamy (1998).  Micronutrient of soil and plants under the canopy of Acacia tortilis. Bioscience Research Bulletin, 14(1): 7-12.
  5. G. Singh and S. P. Tripathi (1998). Effect of E. tereticornis shelterbelt on young Teak plantation. Indian Forester, 124 (3): 206-210.
  6. G. Singh (1998). Variations in soil nutrients under the canopy of isolated trees: A comparative study. Save Forests and Wild life, October: 51-57.
  7. G. Singh, V. Kuppusamy and Thanaram Rathod (1999). Performance of multipurpose trees and the associated crops in Indian arid regions. J. Tropical Forestry, 15: 161-170.
  8. G. Singh, V. Kuppusamy and Thanaram Rathod (1999) Effect of intercropping on the multipurpose trees and the associated crop in Indian desert. Range Management & Agroforestry.   20(1): 26-33.
  9. G. Singh  and Thanaram Rathod  (1999). Industrial effluent as a source of irrigation water in Indian arid zone. Annals of Forestry, 7(1): 136-142
  10. G. Singh, N. Bala, Thanaram Rathod and Bilas Singh (2000). Effect of textile industrial effluent on forest development and soil chemistry. J. Environ. Biol., 22(1): 59-66
  11. G. Singh, G.N. Gupta and V. Kuppusamy (2000). Changes in soil properties and nutrient accumulation in Neem under the canopy of A.tortilis. International Tree Crop Journal, 10(3): 237-246.
  12. G. Singh, G. N. Gupta and V. Kuppusamy (2000). Seasonal variations in organic carbon and nutrient availability in arid zone agroforestry systems. Tropical Ecology, 41(1): 17-23.
  13. G. Singh and G.  N. Gupta (2000). Living barriers in Indian arid zone and their ecological Benefits. Indian Forester, 126(3): 257-268.
  14. G. Singh and Bilas Singh (2000). Plant growth and nutrient uptake in Azadirachta indica planted along municipal sewage channel in Indian arid zone. Indian Forester, 126(1): 22-30.
  15. G. Singh and Bilas Singh (2000). Plant growth and nutrient uptake in Azadirachta indica planted along municipal sewage channel in Indian arid zone. Indian Forester 126(1): 22-29
  16. G. Singh and Bilas Singh (2000). Growth and nutrient uptake in Acacia nilotica planted along municipal sewage channel. J. Environ. Biol., 21(3): 173-178.
  17. G. Singh (2000) Effect of burning on species performance and soil behaviour of arid land plantation. J.  Tropical Forest Science, 12(2): 256-269.
  18. G. Singh, N. Bala, T. R. Rathod and Bilas Singh (2001). Effect of textile industrial effluent on tree plantation and soil chemistry. J. Environ. Biol. 22(1): 59-66
  19. G. Singh, G.N. Gupta and T.R. Rathod (2001). Growth of woody perennials in relation to habitat condition in northwestern Rajasthan. Tropical Ecology, 42: 223-230.
  20. G. Singh, Bilas Singh V. Kuppusamy and N. Bala (2002). Variations in foliage and soil nutrient composition in different age classes Acacia tortilis plantation. Indian Forester, 128: 514-522.
  21. G. Singh and T.R. Rathod (2002). Plant growth, biomass production and soil water dynamics in a shifting dune of Indian desert.  Forest Ecology and Management, 171:309-320.
  22. G. Singh and Bilas Singh (2002). Changes in soil properties and foliage nutrient composition in different age E. camaldulensis plantation. J. Tropical Forest Science 14 (3) 346-356.
  23. G. Singh, N. Bala, V. Kuppusamy and T.R. Rathod (2003). Adaptability and productivity of Cassia angustifolia in sandy soil of Indian Desert. Indian Forester, 129(2): 213-223.
  24. G. Singh, N. Bala, V. Kuppusamy and T.R. Rathod (2003). Adaptability and productivity of Cassia angustifolia in sandy soil of Indian Desert. Indian Forester, 129(2): 213-223.
  25. G. Singh, N. Bala, K.K. Chaudhuri and R.L. Meena (2003). Carbon sequestration potential of common access resources in arid and semi-arid regions of northwestern India. Indian Forester, 129: 859-864.
  26. G. Singh and M. Bhati (2003). Mineral toxicity and physiological functions in tree seedlings irrigated with effluents of varying chemistry in sandy soil of dry region. J. Environ.Sci. Health Part  C, 21: 45-63.
  27. G. Singh, T.R. Rathod and Sahadeo Chouhan (2004). Growth, biomass production and the associated changes in soil properties in Acacia tortilis plantation in relation to stand density in Indian arid zone. Indian Forester, 130: 605-614.
  28. G. Singh, Bilas Singh and T.R. Rathod (2004). Impact of soil water availability on carbon sequestration in biomass and soil in northwestern India. Indian Forester (130(11): 1319-1329.
  29. G. Singh and M. Bhati (2005). Effect of mixed industrial effluent on soil properties and survival of tree seedlings. J. Indian Soc. Soil Science 53(1): 137-141.
  30. G. Singh (2005). Carbon sequestration under an agri-silvicultural system in the arid region. Indian Forester, 131(4): 543-552.
  31. G. Singh and T.R. Rathod (2006). Rehabilitation of degraded dry lands of Indian arid Zone through direct seeding. Indian Forester, 132(7): 809-817.
  32. G. Singh and Bilas Singh (2007). Changes in foliage nutrient composition and soil properties in different age classes of A. nilotica. Indian Forester, 133(6): 837-844.
  33. G. Singh (2007). Nirantar Jal Plawan Ki Visham Praristhiti ko Sah Sakne ki Khzri ki Kshamata-Ek Vivechan. AFRI Darpan, 5(4): 4-5.
  34. 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.
  35. 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.
  36. G. Singh, T.R. Rathod, S. Mutha, S. Upadhyaya and N. Bala (2008). Impact of different tree species canopy on diversity and productivity of under canopy vegetation in Indian desert. Tropical Ecology 49(1): 13-23.
  37. G. Singh, Sahadeo Chouhan and T.R. Rathod (2008). Vegetation diversity and socioeconomic profile relations in some selected villages of Indian desert. Indian Forester, 134(6): 744-756.
  38. G. Singh (2008). Gaining momentum: Growing Jatropha curcus with rainwater harvesting in degraded hillocks of Aravalli. Wasteland News, 23(1): 17-19.
  39. G. Singh, N.Bala and Thanaram Rathod (2009). Utilization of industrial effluent for raising Azadirachta indica A. Juss seedlings in Indian Desert. Journal of Environmental Engineering and Landscape Management, 17(3): 171-180.
  40. G. Singh and T.R. Rathod (2009). Irrigation levels, nutrient uptake and productivity in Acacia nilotica seedlings in Indian desert. Archive of Agronomy & Soil Science (In press).
  41. G. Singh and B. Singh (2009). Effect of varying soil water stress regimes on nutrient uptake and biomass production in Dalbergia sissoo seedlings in Indian desert. Journal of Forestry Research 20(4): 307-313. DOI:  10.1007/s11676-009-0053-8.
  42. G. Singh (2009). Soil water dynamics, growth of Dendrocalamus strictus and herbage productivity influenced by rainwater harvesting in Aravalli hills of Rajasthan. Forest Ecology and Management, 258: 2519-2528.
  43. G. Singh (2009). Comparative productivity of Prosopis cineraria and Tecomella undulata based agroforestry systems in degraded lands of Indian Desert. Journal of Forestry Research, 20(2): 144-150. DOI: 10.1007/s11676-009-0025-z.
  44. G. Singh (2009). Performance of seed sown seedlings in rehabilitation of degraded hills of Aravalli under resource management. Wasteland News 24(1): 48-51.
  45. G. Singh (2010). Rainfall dependent competition affected productivity of V. radiata in Hardwickia binata agroforestry in Indian desert. Indian Forester, 136(3): 301-315.
  46. G. Singh and B. Singh (2010). Assessment of growth and biomass production of Cenchrus ciliaris based silvipastoral system in community pastureland in Bhilwara district of Rajasthan. Indian Forester, 136(7): 898-909.
  47. G. Singh and M. Bhati and T. R. Rathod (2010). Use of tree seedlings for phytoremediation of a municipal effluent used in dry areas of north-western India: plant growth and nutrient uptake. Ecological Engineering, 36: 1299-1306.
  48.  G. Singh and T.R. Rathod (2010). Irrigation levels, nutrient uptake and productivity in Acacia nilotica seedlings in Indian desert. Archive of Agronomy & Soil Science, 56(3): 311-323.
  49. G. Singh, Abha Rani, N. Bala, S. Upadhyaya, S.R. Baloch and N.K. Limba (2010). Resource availability through rainwater harvesting influenced vegetation diversity and herbage yield in southern Aravalli hills of India. Frontiers of Agriculture in China, 4(2): 145-158.
  50. Genda Singh and Bilas Singh (2010). Assessment of growth and biomass production of Cenchrus setigerus based silvipastoral system in community pasture land in Bhilwara District of Rajasthan.  Indian Forester 136(7): 898-909.
  51.  G. Singh, N. Bala and C.S. Purohit (2011). Eragrostis tremula (Lam.) Hochst. ex Steud var. Gajanandii, a new variety from Indian desert. Indian Forester, (6):796-798.
  52. G. Singh (2011). Effects of irrigation on growth and on biomass and nutrient partitioning in Eucalyptus camaldulensis seedlings.  J. Sustainable Forestry 30: 564-583.
  53. G. Singh, N. Bala and C.S. Purohit (2011). Eragrostis tremula (Lam.) Hochst. ex Steud. Gajanandii, a new variety from Indian desert. Indian Forester 137(6): 796-799.
  54. G. Singh, G.R. Choudhary, B. Ram and N.K. Limba (2011). Effects of rainwater harvesting on herbage diversity and productivity in degraded Aravalli hills in western India.  J. Forestry Research 22(3): 329-340.
  55. Bilas Singh and G. Singh (2011). Phosphorus enhanced establishment, growth, nutrient uptake, and productivity of Dalbergia sissoo seedlings maintained at varying soil water levels in an Indian arid zone. Journal of Sustainable Forestry 30 (6): 480-495.
  56. G. Singh and Smita Shukla (2011). Effects of Azadirachta indica canopy manipulation and nitrogen fertilization on diversity and productivity of herbaceous vegetation in an arid environment of India. Arid Land Research and Management 25: 129-150.
  57. G. Singh, T.R. Rathod, N.K. Limba, G.R. Choudhary and A.U. Khan (2012). Growing Jatropha curcus with rainwater harvesting in hilly tract of south western Rajasthan, India. Indian Forester 138(3): 214-220.
  58. G. Singh and T.R. Rathod (2012). Water use and biomass production in tree seedlings irrigated near filed capacity in arid environment. Indian Forester 138: 5-9
  59. Ashok Kumar, Beena Tripathi and G. Singh (2012). Tree and shrub diversity in degraded hills of bar-conglomerate formation of Pali district of Rajasthan. Indian Forester, 138: 107-112.
  60.  N. Bala, G. Singh, N.K. Bohra, N.K. Limba and S.R. Baloch (2012).  Assisted and natural regeneration of Eucalyptus in arid tract of Rajasthan. Indian Forester, 130(7): 60-61.
  61.  Ashok Kumar, Beena Tripathi and G. Singh (2013). Soil properties influenced by rock types and its relation to vegetation diversity in Aravalli ranges of Rajasthan, India. Indian Forester, 139(7): 599-607.
  62. G. Singh and K. Singh (2013). Effects of aspects on diversity and soil carbon stock in a degraded forest of Aravalli in Rajasthan, India. Indian Forester, 139(12): 1061-1069.
  63. G. Singh and M. Bhati (2013). Growth and biomass production of tree seedlings irrigated at varying levels of municipal effluent in Indian Desert. Indian Forester, 139(11):  978-987.
  64.  G. Singh, Bilas Singh and T.S. Rathore (2013). Effects of agroforestry land use on microclimate modification and productivity in dry areas. Indian J. Agroforestry, 15: 68-78.
  65. G. Singh, T.R. Rathod, S. S. Komara and N.K. Limba (2013). Rainwater harvest influences habitat heterogeneity, nutrient build up and herbage biomass production in Aravalli hills Rajasthan, India. Tropical Ecology, 54(1): 73-88.
  66.  N. Bala, G. Singh, N. K. Bohra, N. K. Limba, S. R. Baloch (2014). Biodrainage for restoration of canal command waterlogged area in Indian Desert. Indian Forester, 140(5): 462-467.

 

 Papers presented in Seminar/Workshop/Conferences:

  1. G. Singh (1998) Living and Non-living Barriers to Protect Plantations. Presented in workshop on` Plantation Technology on Wastelands' held at AFRI, 13-15 January.
  2. G. Singh (2001). Plant growth under the influence of soil moisture gradient affected by surface vegetation in arid region of Rajasthan In workshop on "Eco – rehabilitation of stress sites' held on 27 December 2001, at TFRI , Jabalpur.
  3. G. Singh and Bilas Singh (2002). Water deficit and growth of Dalbergia sissoo Roxb. Seedlings in arid climate. Presented in national workshop on " Innovative Plantation Technology and Joint Forest Management in IGNP Area" held at Bikaner on 10-11, January, 2002
  4. G. Singh, N. Bala and K.K Chaudhuri (2002). Strategies for rehabilitation and productivity enhancement of degraded land in dry regions of western India. Presented in National Seminar on "Management of degraded forest for productivity enhancement and carbon sink expansion" held at TFRI, Jabalpur on 15-16 January 2003.
  5. G. Singh, R.L. Meena and K.K. Chaudhuri (2002). Agroforestry for sustainable production in dry region of Rajasthan and their role in socioeconomic benefits. Presented in national Seminar on "Agroforestry" held at IFGTB, Coimbatore on 22nd November 2002.
  6. G. Singh, N. Bala and K.K Chaudhuri (2003). Strategies for rehabilitation and productivity enhancement of degraded land in dry regions of western India. Presented in National Seminar on " Management of degraded forest for productivity enhancement and carbon sink expansion" held at TFRI, Jabalpur on 15-16 January 2003.
  7. G. Singh (2004). 'Changes in soil properties as a result of irrigation with effluent of varying chemistry and impact on tree seedlings' was presented in 'National Seminar on Recent Advances in analytical Chemistry' held at Department of Chemistry, Jai Narain Vyas University, Jodhpur on November 29- December 1, 2004. Pp. 38.
  8. G. Singh and Bilas Singh (2004). 'Biomass production and water use in Dalbergia sissoo seedlings in relation to soil water stress' was presented in IUFRO conference held at AFRI on 22-25 November 2004. Pp 46. 
  9. G. Singh and T.R. Rathod (2004). Lysimetric study of soil water utilization by tree seedlings in arid environment. In: National workshop on Forest and Water conservation: Mythes and Realities held at FRI, Dehradun on June 8 –10, 2004.
  10. G. Singh, T.R. Rathod, S. Mutha, S. Upadhyaya and N. Bala (2004). Tree associated diversity and productivity of vegetation recovered after a severe drought in Indian desert' was presented in IUFRO conference held at AFRI on 22-25 November 2004. Pp 238.
  11. G. Singh (2005). 'Strategies of tree integration to control land degradation and to increase agricultural productivity of dry lands'. In regional workshop on "Challenges in Forestry Research Extension" held at AFRI Jodhpur during 18-19 October 2005.
  12. G. Singh and N. Bala (2005). Role of tree litter in organic farming. Presented in the workshop 'Dry Land Organic Farming in Rajasthan' organized by the Jodhpur chapter of the Indian Society of Soil Science at CAZRI, Jodhpur from May 10-11, 2005.
  13. G. Singh and R.L. Srivastava (2006). Process and control of Desertification to increase land productivity and livelihood in Indian desert. Submitted to international Conference 'Desert and Desertification: Challenges and Opportunities' held on 6-9 November 2006 at Sede Boqer Campus, Israel.
  14. G. Singh and Thanaram Rathod (2006). Productivity of Hardwickia binata based agroforestry in Indian desert. Presented in national seminar on 'Recent Advances in Forest Science, to be held on 30-31 January 2006 at Guru Ghasidas University, Bilaspur, Chattishgarh.
  15. G. Singh, N. Bala and Thanaram Rathod (2006). Process and control of desertification for improved productivity in dry areas. Presented in the workshop 'Desert and Desertification in Western India' at Gandhinagar, Gujarat on 19-20th January 2006 organized by State Forest Department, Gujarat.
  16. G. Singh, N. Bala, P. Kumar and T.R. Rathod (2006). Biodiversity and productivity of tree associated pastureland and their probable management strategies in dry areas. Submitted in national conference on 'Forest Ecology and Environment-priorities in 21st century to be held at FRI, Dehradun on 27-28th February 2006.
  17. G. Singh, S. P. Chaukiyal and T.R. Rathod (2006). Soil water use in and production by tree seedlings irrigated near field capacity in arid region. Presented in National Workshop on 'Forestry for Food Security in Dry Zone" held at AFRI, Jodhpur on 5-6th October 2006. Pp 13.
  18. 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.
  19. G. Singh (2007). Presentation on 'Influence of August (2006). Flood on vegetation' in the workshop 'Understanding life (problems and way ahead) after flood in Barmer' at Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Danta, Barmer, Organised by Dhara Sansthan, Barmer.
  20. G. Singh (2007). Presentation on 'Advances made in wastewater treatment and utilization'. In: Southern Command Ecology Seminar on 'Water Conservation and Harvesting' on 26th October 2007 at HQ 12 Rapid, 14th Engineer Regiment, Jodhpur.
  21. G. Singh (2007). Presentation on 'Biological diversity and conservation measures in Indian dry lands' in UNESCO-MAB workshop, Jodhpur on 12-15th November 2007.
  22. G. Singh (2007). Presentation on 'Forest and Vegetation: Emerging Issues in relation to Disasters and Climate change. In: Training workshop "Climate Change and Disaster Management,' National Institute of Disaster Management, New Delhi at HCM Rajasthan Institute of Public Administration, Jaipur on 24th August 2007.
  23. G. Singh (2007). Presentation on 'Natural disasters and adaptation strategies in dry areas' in stakeholder workshop on 'Drought Mitigation: Exploring new avenues for networking', GRAVIS, Jodhpur on 27th September 2007 at CAZRI, Jodhpur.
  24. G. Singh (2007). Save Water, Save Ourselves from Water. Workshop organized by Giants International (Giants group of Jodhpur) in association with Jodhpur News Paper association at Jodhpur on 21st July 2007.
  25. G. Singh, N. Bala and P. Kumar (2007). Challenges and strategies for sustainable development of Indira Gandhi Nahar area of Rajasthan. Presented in Seminar on 'Revisiting Indira Gandhi Canal Command, CAZRI, Jodhpur on 15-16 December 2007. Pp. 30.
  26. G. Singh and Smita Shukla (2009). Comparative study on the effects of isolated trees of Azadirachta indica and Prosopis juliflora on diversity and productivity of herbaceous vegetation in arid environment. Pp. 149. Presented in International conference on 'Nuturing arid Zones for people and the Environmennt: issues and agenda for the 21st Century held at CAZRI, Jodhpur during 24-28th November 2009.
  27. G. Singh, N. Bala, A. Rani, N.K. Limba and A.U. Khan (2009). Soil water dynamics and growth of Dendrocalamus strictus L. influenced by rainwater harvesting in Aravalli hills of Rajasthan. Poster presentation in National seminar on 'Bamboo plantation, management and its utilization' held at AFRI, Jodhpur on 17-19 March 2009, pp 39.
  28. G. Singh, S. Shukla*, Chandan Singh Purohit and B. Ram (2009). Bamboo growth, soil properties and tree/shrub diversity in different forest blocks of Pratapgarh division of Rajasthan. Presented in National seminar on 'Bamboo plantation, management and its utilization' held at AFRI, Jodhpur on 17-19 March 2009, pp 37.
  29. G. Singh, Smita Shukla and N. Bala (2009). Resource management and biological diversity associated with Prosopis juliflora. Presented in National symposium on 'Prosopis: ecological, economic significance and Management challenges' organized by Gujarat Institute of Desert Ecology, Bhuj, Gujarat during February 20-21, 2009.
  30. G. Singh and Smita Shukla (2009). Comparative study on the effects of isolated trees of Azadirachta indica and Prosopis juliflora on diversity and productivity of herbaceous vegetatin in arid environment. In: International conference on Nurturing Arid Zones for People and the Environment: Issue and Agenda for the 21st century held at CAZRI from 24-28 November, p 149.
  31. G. Singh, Smita Shukla, Kaushal Singh and Deepak Mishra (2010). Growth and diversity of Dendrocalamus strictus and the associated tree speices in some districts of Rajasthan. In: National Seminar on Productivity enhancement and value addition of Bamboos', at IFP, Ranchi, 9-10 March. p 67.
  32. G. Singh and Smita Shukla (2010). Facilitative and competitive effects of desert plants and their utilization in improving ecosystem productivity in Indian Desert. In: Proceeding of Impact of climate change on biodiversity and challenges in Thar desert, pp. 46-56. Ramakrishna, K. Chandra, P. Bohra and G. Sharma (eds), Desert Regional Centre, ZSI, Jodhpur, India.

 Chapters in books :

 

  1. Singh, G. (2013). Production and functional aspects of agroforestry for enhancing livelihood supports in Indian dry regions. In: Agroforestry: systems and prospects, C.B. Pandey and O.P. Chaturvedi (Eds). New India Publishing Agency, Pitampura, New Delhi, pp. 181-221.
  2. G. Singh (2012). Shushk kshetron mein krishi vaniki mein carbon prithakikaran labh (Hindi). In: Samekit Jal Grahan Kshetra Prabandhan Prashikshan Karykram Ke Antargat Pariyojana Karyanyavayan Agency, Jan Grahan Vikas Dal Tatha Kishanon Hetu Sandarbh Samagri, N.K. Bohra and D.K. Mishra (Eds), AFRI, Jodhpur. Pp. 113-116.
  3. G. Singh (2012). Tree and crop relations and productivity in agroforestry systems in dry areas. In: Samekit Jal Grahan Kshetra Prabandhan Prashikshan Karykram Ke Antargat Pariyojana Karyanyavayan Agency, Jan Grahan Vikas Dal Tatha Kishanon Hetu Sandarbh Samagree, N.K. Bohra and D.K. Mishra (Eds), AFRI, Jodhpur.  Pp. 133-142.
  4. G. Singh (2012). Linking water management in agroforestry for sustained yield in dry areas. In: Samekit Jal Grahan Kshetra Prabandhan Prashikshan Karykram Ke Antargat Pariyojana Karyanyavayan Agency, Jan Grahan Vikas Dal Tatha Kishanon Hetu Sandarbh Samagree, N.K. Bohra and D.K. Mishra (Eds), AFRI, Jodhpur.  Pp. 124-132.
  5. G. Singh, S. Shukla, C.S. Purohit and B. Ram (2011). Bamboo growth, soil properties and tree/shrubs diversity in different forest blocks of Pratapgarh division of Rajasthan. In: Advances in Bamboo plantation, management and Utilization, I.D. Arya, T.S. Rathore, S. Arya and T. Kant (eds), Vinay Printing and Binding, Jodhpur, pp. 94-107.
  6. U.K. Tomar, R.L. Srivastava, G. Singh and C.J.S.K. Emanuel (2011). Performance of Bambusa bambos and Dendrocalamus srictus tissue culture plants in degraded soils of Rajasthan and Gujrat. In: Advances in Bamboo plantation, management and utilization, I.D. Arya, S. Arya, T.S. Rathore and T. Kant (eds), Vinay Printing and Binding, Jodhpur. Pp. 442-455.
  7. G. Singh and N.Bala (2010). Eucalyptus and the environmental impacts: realities behind controversy. In: Eucalyptus and water consumption, ICFRE, Dehradun, S. Tripathi, M.P. Singh, S. Nautiyal, B.M. Dimri and D. Kumar (eds.), pp 61-79.
  8. G. Singh, Abha Rani and C.S. Purohit (2010). Plant associations and diversity of herbs and grasses in a protected area in western Rajasthan. In: Proceeding of Impact of climate change on biodiversity and challenges in Thar desert, pp. 166-172. Ramakrishna, K. Chandra, P. Bohra and G. Sharma (Eds), Desert Regional Centre, ZSI, Jodhpur, India.
  9. G. Singh and Smita Shukla (2010). Facilitative and competitive effects of desert plants and their utilization in improving ecosystem productivity in Indian Desert. In: Proceeding of Impact of climate change on biodiversity and challenges in Thar desert, pp. 46-56. Ramakrishna, K. Chandra, P. Bohra and G. Sharma (eds), Desert Regional Centre, ZSI, Jodhpur, India.
  10. 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.
  11. G. Singh and N. Bala (2007). Role of tree litter in organic farming. In: Organic Agriculture (Eds J.C. Tarfdar, K.P. Tripathi and M. Kumar). Indian Society of Soil Science (Jodhpur chapter) and Scientific Publishers (India), Jodhpur.Pp 110-118.
  12. G. Singh, N. Bala, P. Kumar and Abharani (2007). Managing dry land resources to increase productivity and livelihood in Indian Perspectives. In: Dryland Ecosystem: Indian perspective, (K.P.R. Vittal, R.L. Srivastava, N.L. Joshi, Amal Kar, V.P. Tewari and S. Katju, ed.). Evergreen Printer, Jodhpur.
  13. G. Singh and Bilas Singh (2005). Growth, biomass production and water use in Dalbergia sissoo seedlings in relation to soil water stress. In: Multipurpose Trees in the Tropics: management and improvement strategies (Eds. V.P. Tewari and R.L. Srivastava). Arid Forest Research Institute, Jodhpur. Pp 47-54.
  14. G. Singh, T.R. Rathod, S. Mutha, S. Upadhyaya and N. Bala (2005). Tree associated diversity and productivity of vegetation recovered after a severe drought in Indian Desert. In: Multipurpose Trees in the Tropics: management and improvement strategies (Eds. V.P. Tewari and R.L. Srivastava). Arid Forest Research Institute, Jodhpur. Pp 561-568.
  15. G. Singh and S. Mutha (2003). Economic benefits of the Acacias for the people of dry region. In: Potential of Living Resources (Ed. G. Tripathi). Discovery Publishing House, New Delhi.
  16. G.Singh and M. Bhati (2002). Utilization of industrial wastewater for tree plantation. In: Bioresource Technology (Ed. G. Tripathi). CBS Publisher, New Delhi.
  17. G. Singh and Sarita Mutha (2002). Tree:  a bio-resource for sustainable production in arid areas. In: Bioresource Technology (Ed. G. Tripathi). CBS Publisher, New Delhi.

 Chapters in proceedings:

  1. G. Singh, T.R. Rathod, S. Mutha, S. Upadhyaya and N. Bala (2005). Tree associated diversity and productivity of vegetation recovered after a severe drought in Indian Desert. Pp 561-568. (Proceedings of the IUFRO International conference on "Multipurpose Trees in the Tropics: Assessment, Growth and Management" held at AFRI, Jodhpur during 22-25 Nov. 2004).
  2. G. Singh and Bilas Singh (2005). Growth, biomass production and water use in Dalbergia sissoo seedlings in relation to soil water stress. Pp 47-54. (Proceedings of the IUFRO International conference on "Multipurpose Trees in the Tropics: Assessment, Growth and Management" held at AFRI, Jodhpur during 22-25 Nov. 2004).
  3. G. Singh, N.Bala, A. Rani, N.K. Limba and A.U. Khan (2009). Soil water dynamics and growth of Dendrocalamus strictus L. influenced by rain water harvesting in Aravalli hills of Rajasthan. Presented in National Seminar on Bamboo "Plantation, management and its utilization from 17th – 19th March 2009 at AFRI, Jodhpur.nt and its utilization from 17th – 19th March 2009 at AFRI, Jodhpur.
  4. G. Singh, S. Shukla , C.S. Purohit and B. Ram (2009). Bamboo growth, soil properties and tree/shrubs diversity in different forest blocks of Pratapgarh division of Rajasthan. Presented in National Seminar on Bamboo "Plantation, manageme
  5. G. Singh, Abha Rani and C.S. Purohit (2010). Plant associations and diversity of herbs and grasses in a protected area in western Rajasthan. In: Proceeding of Impact of climate change on biodiversity and challenges in Thar desert, pp. 166-172. Ramakrishna, K. Chandra, P. Bohra and G. Sharma (Eds), Desert Regional Centre, ZSI, Jodhpur, India.
  6. G. Singh and Smita Shukla (2010). Facilitative and competitive effects of desert plants and their utilization in improving ecosystem productivity in Indian Desert. In: Proceeding of Impact of climate change on biodiversity and challenges in Thar desert, pp. 46-56. Ramakrishna, K. Chandra, P. Bohra and G. Sharma (eds), Desert Regional Centre, ZSI, Jodhpur, India.
  7. G. Singh (2014). Effects of Rainwater Harvesting and Vegetation Cover in Reducing Water, Soil and Nutrient Losses during Restoration of Degraded Hills in Rajasthan, India. Proceeding of Asia Pacific Workshop on Forest Hydrology: Water and Forests: Beyond Traditional Forest Biology. Published by Malyasian Institute of Forestry. Pp. 154-159.
  8. G. Singh, Bilas Singh and T.R. Rathod (2014).Water Availability and Physiological Functions of Different Tree Species under Controlled Conditions in Arid Region of Rajasthan, India. Proceeding of Asia Pacific Workshop on Forest Hydrology: Water and Forests: Beyond Traditional Forest Biology. Published by Malyasian Institute of Forestry. Pp. 92-95.

 Ph.D Supervised

S.No. Name of Scholar Title Year Name of University
1. Sh. Bilas Singh Effect of water stress and phosphorus application on growth of Dalbaergia sissoo. 2001 FRI, Deemed University
2. Km. Madhulika Bhati Effect of municipal effluent on tree growth and soil properties in Indian arid zone. 2001 FRI, Deemed University
3. Ranjeet Singh Yado Mobilization of oganic phosphorus for plant nutrition. 2006 FRI, Deemed University
4. Smt. Smita Shukla Effect of resource manipulation on vegetation pattern and biomass production in arid region. 2008 FRI, Deemed University

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