Feasibility of geoelectrical monitoring and multiphase modeling for process understanding of gaseous CO2 injection into a shallow aquifer
- H. Lamert, H. Geistlinger, P. Dietrich
- Geology, Environmental ScienceEnvironmental Earth Sciences
- 26 April 2012
Potential pathways in the subsurface may allow upwardly migrating gaseous CO2 from deep geological storage formations to be released into near surface aquifers. Consequently, the availability of…
Insect pests of Dalbergia sissoo Roxb. at and around Jabalpur.
Effect of diet on cast production by the megascolecid earthworm Amynthas alexandri in laboratory culture
Feeding and casting activity of Amynthas alexandri fed on corn, wheat leaves, and mixed grasses were monitored in laboratory cultures and field samples and the C:N ratio was consistently lower than the corresponding ratio in the parent soil.
Hypolixus truncatulus Fabricius (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) a new report on Acacia nilotica from India.
Efficacy of Foliar Spraying of Three Varietal Strains of Bacillus thuringiensis Agasint the Moringa Defoliator Noorda blitealis Tanss. (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae)
Achaea janata Linn. (Noctuidae: Lepidoptera) pest of Dalbergia sissoo - a new report.
Aspects of the biology and control of three species of acorn weevils infesting oak acorns in Kumaun Himalaya
Good synchronization was observed in the life cycle of acorn weevils and phenology of Q. leucotrichophora, and injury to live acorns by weevil larvae reduced germination and seedling growth.
Population dynamics of the earthworm Amynthas alexandri (Megascolecidae: Annelida) in cultivated soils of the Kumaun Himalayas
Biology of Euproctis scintillans Walk. (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) on its new host Robinia pseudoacacia L. from Himachal Pradesh.
Studies on the mortality of Cedrus deodara (Roxb.) L. Don. in Chail forest (H.P.) and its causative factors.
The results of the study explicit that the fungus causes water stress in the diseased trees because of root rot and under favourable moisture conditions the activity of the pathogen becomes vigorous.