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Prof. G. S. Singh

Institute of Environment and Sustainable Development

Banaras Hindu University, India

Professor for Environmental Science, Ecology, Sustainable Development

Email: gssingh@bhu.ac.in


1993  Ph.D., School of Environmental Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India

1986  M.S., Department of Botany, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India

1983  B.S., Faculty of Science, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India

Publications (selected)

  1. A Tripathi, DK Tripathi, DK Chauhan, Niraj Kumar and GS Singh (2016). Paradigms of climate change impacts on some major food sources of the world: A review on current knowledge and future prospects. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment, 216: 356-373. (ISSN 01678809; Impact Factor 3.402)
  2. PK Dubey, GS Singh and PC Abhilash (2015). Agriculture in changing environment. Journal of Cleaner Production, 113:1046-1047; (ISSN 09596526; Impact Factor 3.844).
  3. B N Singh, A Singh, GS Singh and P Dwivedi (2015). Potential role of Trichoderma asperellum T42 Strain in growth of Pea plant for sustainable agriculture. Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology, 9(2): 1069-1074; (ISSN 09737510; Impact Factor: 0.073).
  4. A Tripathi, GS Singh (2013). Perception, anticipation and responses of people to changing climate in the Gangetic plain of India. Current Science, 105(12):1673-1684.(ISSN 0011-3891; Impact Factor 0.91).
  5. A.Singh, GS Singh and PK Singh (2012). Medico-ethnobotanical inventory of Renukoot forest division of district Sonbhadra, Uttar Pradesh, India. Indian Journal of Natural Products and Resources, 3(3): 448-457. (ISSN 0976-0504/0976-0512).
  6. A.Singh, GS Singh and PK Singh (2012). Ethnopharmacological values of weeds in Eastern Uttar Pradesh, India. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research, 6(26):4362-4367. (ISSN 1996-0875; Impact Factor 0.879).
  7. GS Singh (2011). Commercialization unsustainable to Himalayan environment. Ecological Questions, 15: 71-75. (ISSN 1644-7298).
  8. Upama Mall and GS Singh (2011). Management and conservation of biodiversity through soil seed bank in moist tropics of India. New York Science Journal, 4(11): 30-37. (ISSN 1554-0200).
  9. CP Kushwaha, SK Tripathi, GS Singh and KP Singh (2010). Diversity of Deciduousness and phonological traits of key Indian dry tropical forest trees. Annals of Forest Science. 67(3):310. (ISSN 1286-4560; Impact Factor 1.788; Citation 4).
  10. Kumari Poonam and GS Singh (2009). Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants used by the Taungya community in Terai Arc Landscape, India. Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 123 (1): 167-176. (ISSN 0378-8741; Impact Factor 3.014; Citation 16).
  11. GS Singh (2008). Wealth of traditional ecological knowledge: Securing foundation for sustainable future in the Thar Desert of Rajasthan, India. Science & Culture, 74(9-10): 373-381. (ISSN 0036-8156).
  12. GS Singh (2005). Functional attributes of tribal people of western Himalaya: Need for indigenous knowledge based sustainable planning. J. Human Ecology, 17(4):307-312. (ISSN 0970-9274).
  13. GS Singh (2004). Ethno-biological and bio-medicinal wealth of western Himalaya, India. J. Medicinal and Aromatic Plant Sciences, 26(3):517-526. (ISSN 0253-7125).
  14. JC Kuniyal, SCR Vishvakarma and GS Singh (2004). Changing crop biodiversity and resource use efficiency of traditional versus introduced crops in the cold desert of the northwestern Indian Himalaya: a case of the Lahaul valley, Biodiversity and Conservation. 13:1271-1304. (ISSN 0960-3115; Impact Factor 2.238; Citation 14).
  15. GS Singh (2004). Prospects of indigenous medicinal plants of Himachal Himalaya. Indian Forester 130(1):62-70. (ISSN 0019-4816).
  16. GS Singh (2003). Ethnobotanical inventory of Sariska National Park in the Aravalli hills of eastern Rajasthan, India. J. Econ. Tax. Bot. 27(1):181-195. (ISSN 2050-9768).
  17. GS Singh (2000). Dynamics of sacred groves in western Himalaya: A paradigm of community based practices. J. Indian Anthrop. Soc., 35(2):101-107. (ISSN 0019-4387).
  18. GS Singh (2000). Traditional society and bio-cultural values in western Himalaya. J. Social Sciences, 4(1):95-100. (ISSN 0971-8923).
  19. GS Singh (1999). A contribution to ethnomedicine of Alwar district of Rajasthan. Ethnobotany, 11(1&2):97-99. (ISSN 0971-1252).
  20. GS Singh (1999). Utility of non-timber forest products in a small watershed in the Indian Himalayas: The threat of its degradation. Natural Resources Forum, 23(1):65-77. (ISSN 0165-0203; Impact Factor 0.792; Citation 5).
  21. GS. Singh (1998). Environmental, ecological and socio-economic impact of introduced crops in western Himalaya: A case study of Kullu valley. J. Human Ecology, 9(1):63-72. (ISSN 0970-9272).
  22. GS Singh (1997). Work participation and social status of women: A case study of Kullu valley. Man and Development, XIX (4):97-108. (ISSN 0258-0438).
  23. GS Singh (1997). Sacred groves in western Himalaya: An eco-cultural imperative, Man in India, 77(2&3):247-257. (ISSN 0025-1569; Citation 7).
  24. GS Singh, KS Rao and KG Saxena (1997). Energy and economic efficiency of the mountain farming system: A case study in the north-western Himalaya. J. Sustainable Agriculture, 9(2/3):25-49. (ISSN 1044-0046; Impact Factor 0.393; Citation 46).
  25. GS Singh, SC Ram and JC Kuniyal (1997). Changing traditional land use patterns in the Great Himalayas: A case study from Lahaul valley. J. Environmental Systems, 25(2):195-211. (ISSN 0047-2433).
  26. RM Dobriyal, GS Singh, KS Rao and KG Saxena (1997). Medicinal plant resources in Chhakinal watershed in the north western Himalaya. J. Herbs, Spices, and Medicinal Plants, 5(1):15-27. (ISSN 1049-6475; Impact Factor 1.018; Citation 13).

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