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1. Gopal, B. and Bhambie, S. 1966. A contribution to the anatomy of Actiniopteris radiata (Sw.) Link. Journal of Scientific Research, BHU 16: 161 182.

2. Gopal, B. and Bhambie, S. 1966. A contribution to the study of shoot apex organisation and leaf initiation in Actiniopteris radiata (Sw.) Link. Journal of the Indian Botanical Society 45: 54 59.

3. Gopal, B. 1966. Vegetative propagation in Marsilea minuta L. Journal of the Indian Botanical Society 45: 350 353.

4. Gopal, B. and Bhardwaja, T.N. 1967. Megasporal aberrations in Marsilea minuta L. in India. American Fern Journal 57: 9 13.

5. Gopal, B. 1967. A note on the dichotomous branching in Marsilea aegyptiaca Willd. Prof. R. Misra Commemoration Volume BHU Botanical Society: 33 35.

6. Gopal, B. 1967. Contribution of Azolla pinnata R. Br. to the productivity of temporary ponds at Varanasi. Tropical Ecology 8: 126 130.

7. Hills, L.V. and Gopal, B. 1967. Azolla primaeva and its phylogenetic significance. Canadian Journal of Botany 45: 1179 1191.

8. Gopal, B. 1968. Marsilea maheshwarii  a new species from Pondicherry India. American Fern Journal 58: 70 73.

9. Gopal, B. 1968. Ecological studies of the genus Marsilea. I. Water relations. Tropical Ecology 9: 153 170.

10. Gopal, B. 1969. Evidence for population differentiation in Marsilea minuta L. Current Science 38: 371.

11. Gopal, B. 1969. Response of some Marsilea species to different temperature treatments. American Fern Journal 59: 150 152.

12. Das, R.R. and Gopal, B. 1969. Vegetative propagation in Spirodela polyrhiza. Tropical Ecology 10: 270 277.

13. Gopal, B. 1969. Ecological studies of the genus Marsilea. II. Edaphic factors. Tropical Ecology 10: 278 291.

14. Gopal, B. 1970. Indian researches on aquatic macrophytes. A report presented to IBP/UNESCO Symposium Bucharest Rumania 1970. 2 pages. mimeogr.

15. Bandhu, D. and Gopal, B. 1970. Variations in chlorophyll content in different strata in a tropical dry deciduous forest near Varanasi. Indian Biologist 2(2): 45 47.

16. Misra, R., Gopal, B., Lavania, G.S. and Gupta, S.R. 1970. Plant density and dry matter production relationships in some weeds. Indian Biologist 2(2): 23 26.

17. Gopal, B. 1971. Ecology of Marsilea species with special reference to dry matter production. Hidrobiologia Bucharest 12: 159 168.

18. Gopal, B. and Bandhu, Desh. 1972. Distribution of foliar chlorophyll at different strata in a dry deciduous forest stand at Varanasi. Photosynthetica 6: 219 224.

19. Singh, K.P. and Gopal, B. 1973. The effects of photoperiod and light intensity on the growth of some weeds of crop fields. p. 77 85, in: Slatyer, R.O. (Editor) Plant Response to Climatic Factors. UNESCO, Paris.

20. Gopal, B. 1973. A survey of Indian studies on ecology and production of wetland and shallow water communities. Polskie Archiwum Hydrobiologii 20: 21 29.

21. Gopal, B. 1973. Photoperiodic responses of some species of Marsilea. Current Science 42: 492.

22. Misra, R. and Gopal, B. 1973. Introduction. p.1 8, in: Misra, R., Gopal, B., Singh, K.P. and Singh, J.S. (Editors) Progress of Plant Ecology in India. Vol. I. Today and Tomorrow's Printers & Publishers, New Delhi.

23. Gopal, B. 1974. Light regulated distribution of photosynthesis to various plant parts: an adaptive mechanism. Current Science 43: 152 153.

24. Gopal, B. 1974. Autecological study of Amaranthus spinosus L. Annals of Arid Zone 13: 187 195.

25. Gopal, B. and Bhardwaj, N. 1975. Thermocontrol of seed germination in Sisymbrium irio. Current Science 44: 477 478.

26. Gopal, B. and Maurya, A.N. 1975. Analytical study of growth and reproduction in Amaranthus spinosus L. subjected to stress from reduced light intensities. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 1: 151 166.

27. Gopal, B. 1975. The genus Marsilea: Present status of our knowledge. Science Academy Medal Lecture delivered at 62nd Indian Science Congress Session, New Delhi, January 1975, 17 pages + figs. Mimeogr.

28. Gopal, B. 1976. A note on the growth and ecology of Salvinia molesta Mitch. p. 177 181, in: Varshney, C.K. and Rzoska, J. (Editors) Aquatic Weeds in South East Asia. W. Junk, The Hague.

29. Sharma, K.P. and Gopal, B. 1977. Studies on stand structure and primary production in Typha species. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 3: 45 66.

30. Gopal, B. 1977. Principles of environmental science. p. 19 23, in: Bandhu Desh and Chauhan, E. (Eds) Current Trends in Indian Environment. Today & Tomorrow's Printers & Publishers, New Delhi.

31. Gopal, B. 1977. Wetlands and their management. p. 193 198, in: Bandhu Desh and Chauhan, E. (Eds) Current Trends in Indian Environment. Today & Tomorrow's Printers & Publishers, New Delhi.

32. Sharma, K.P. and Gopal, B. 1978. Seed germination and occurrence of seedlings of Typha species in nature. Aquatic Botany 4: 353 358.

33. Trivedy, R.K., Sharma, K.P., Goel, P.K. and Gopal, B. 1978. Ecological observations on floating islands. Hydrobiologia 60: 187 190.

34. Gopal, B. Sharma, K.P. and Trivedi, R.K. 1978. Studies on ecology and production in Indian freshwater ecosystems at primary producer level with emphasis on macrophytes. p. 349 376, in: Singh, J.S. and Gopal, B. (Editors) Glimpses of Ecology. Prof. R. Misra Commemoration Volume. International Scientific Publications, Jaipur.

35. Bhardwaj, N. and Gopal, B. 1978. An ecological study of population dynamics of Tephrosia species. p. 439 454, in: Singh, J.S. and Gopal, B. (Editors) Glimpses of Ecology. Prof. R. Misra Commemoration Volume. International Scientific Publications, Jaipur.

36. Sharma, K.P., Goel, P.K. and Gopal, B. 1978. Limnological studies of polluted freshwaters. I. Physico chemical characteristics. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 4: 89 105.

37. Gopal, B. and Sharma, K.P. 1979. Aquatic weed control versus utilisation. Economic Botany 3: 340 346.

38. Sharma, K.P. and Gopal, B. 1979. Effect of light intensity on growth and establishment of seedlings of Typha angustata. Polskie Archiwum Hydrobiologii 26: 495 500.

39. Gopal, B. 1979. Some observations on the role of leguminous plants in nitrogen economy of desert soils. p. 503 506, in: Broughton, W.J., John, C.K., Rajarao, J.C. and Lim, Beda (Editors) Soil Microbiology and Plant Nutrition. Proc. 1976 SOMIPLAN Symposium. Penerbit Universiti Malaya, Kuala Lumpur.

40. Bhardwaj, N. and Gopal, B. 1979. A study of root system of Tephrosia apollinea and its survival value under arid conditions. Japanese Journal of Ecology 29: 229 233.

41. Chauhan, J.P.S. and Gopal, B. 1979. Estimation of leaf area in some cultivars of barley. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 5: 137 140.

42. Sharma, K.P. and Gopal, B. 1979. Effect of water regime on the growth and establishment of Typha angustata seedlings. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 5: 69 74.

43. Gopal, B. 1979. Environmental education and integrated development. Proceedings of the International Conference on Environment. Fondation Univ. Luxembourg, Arlon, Belgium. Mimeogr. 5 pages.

44. Sharma, K.P. and Gopal, B. 1980. A note on the identity of Typha elephantina Roxb. Aquatic Botany 9: 381 387.

45. Goel, P.K., Trivedy, R.K. and Gopal, B. 1980. Impact of sewage on freshwater ecosystems. I. General features of water bodies and sewage. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 6: 83 96.

46. Goel P.K., Trivedy, R.K. and Gopal, B. 1980. Impact of sewage on freshwater ecosystems. II. Physico chemical characteristics of water and their seasonal changes. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 6: 97 116.

47. Gopal, B. and Kulshreshtha, M. 1980. Role of aquatic macrophytes as reservoirs of nutrients and in their cycling. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 6: 145 152.

48. Gopal, B. 1981. Water for survival  rationale for a new journal. Acta Limnologica Indica 1: 1 4.

49. Kulshreshtha, M. and Gopal, B.. 1981. Effect of sewage pollution on growth of two aquatic macrophytes. Acta Limnologica Indica 1: 19 24.

50. Trivedy, R.K. and Gopal, B.. 1981. Seasonal changes in growth and mineral composition of water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes). Acta Limnologica Indica 1: 41 44.

51. Gopal, B., Goel, P.K., Sharma, K.P. and Trivedy, R.K. 1981. Limnological study of a freshwater reservoir, Jamwa Ramgarh (Jaipur). Hydrobiologia 83: 283 294.

52. Gopal, B. 1982. Ecology and management of freshwater wetlands in India. Proc. Int. Sci. Workshop (SCOPE UNEP) on Ecosystem Dynamics in Freshwater Wetlands and Shallow Water Bodies 1: 127 162. Centre of International Projects, GKNT, Moscow.

53. Gopal, B. 1982. Ecology of Typha species in India. Proceedings, 6th EWRS International Symposium on Aquatic Weeds, Novi Sad, Yugoslavia: 20 28.

54. Gopal, B. 1982. Biological and ecological considerations in aquatic weed management. Proceedings, 6th EWRS International Symposium on Aquatic Weeds, Novi Sad, Yugoslavia: 152 158.

55. Gopal, B. and Sharma, K.P. 1982. Studies on wetlands in India with emphasis on structure primary production and management. Aquatic Botany 12: 81 91.

56. Gopal, B., Turner, R.E., Wetzel, R.G. and Whigham, D.F. 1982. Introduction. p. xi xvi, in: Gopal, B., Turner, R.E., Wetzel, R.G. and Whigham, D.F. (Editors). Wetlands: Ecology and Management. National Institute of Ecology, and International Scientific Publications, Jaipur.

57. Kulshreshtha, M. and Gopal, B. 1982. Decomposition of freshwater vegetation. I. Submerged and free floating macrophytes. p. 259 278, in: Gopal, B., Turner, R.E., Wetzel, R.G. and Whigham, D.F. (Editors). Wetlands: Ecology and Management. National Institute of Ecology, and International Scientific Publications, Jaipur.

58. Kulshreshtha, M. and Gopal, B. 1982. Decomposition of freshwater vegetation. II. Aboveground organs of emergent macrophytes. p. 279 292, in: Gopal, B., Turner, R.E., Wetzel, R.G. and Whigham, D.F. (Editors). Wetlands: Ecology and Management. National Institute of Ecology, and International Scientific Publications, Jaipur.

59. Sharma, K.P. and Gopal, B. 1982. Decomposition and nutrient dynamics in Typha elephantina Roxb. under different water regimes. p. 321 324 in: Gopal, B., Turner, R.E., Wetzel, R.G. and Whigham, D.F. (Editors). Wetlands: Ecology and Management. National Institute of Ecology, and International Scientific Publications, Jaipur.



60. Kulshreshtha, M. and Gopal, B.. 1982. Observations on nutrient removal by freshwater macrophytes under different conditions in Jaipur (India). Internationale Revue der gesamten Hydrobiologie 67: 543 553.

61. Chauhan, J.P.S. and Gopal, B. 1982. Effect of defoliation on growth and yield in barley cultivars. Tropical Ecology 23: 247 254.

62. Gopal, B. and Meher Homji, V.M. 1983. Temperate broad leaved evergreen forests of the Indian subcontinent. p. 125 134 in: Ovington, J.D. (Editor) Temperate Broadleaved Evergreen Forest Ecosystems. Ecosystems of the World 10. Elsevier Science Publishers Amsterdam.

63. Kulshreshtha, M. and Gopal, B. 1983. Allelopathic influence of Hydrilla verticillata (L.f.) Royle on the distribution of Ceratophyllum species. Aquatic Botany 16: 207 209.

64. Gopal, B. and Sharma, K.P. 1983. Light regulated seed germination in Typha angustata Bory et Chaub. Aquatic Botany 16: 377 384.

65. Gopal, B. 1983. Contribution of macrophytes to nitrogen dynamics in freshwaters. Proceedings, International Symposium on Aquatic Macrophytes, Nijmegen: 73 77.

66. Gopal, B., Sharma, K.P. and Pradhan, V.N. 1983. Population differentiation in Indian Typha angustata. Journal of the Indian Botanical Society 62: 430 433.

67. Gopal, B. and Sharma, K.P. 1984. Seasonal changes in the concentration of major nutrient elements in the rhizomes and leaves of Typha elephantina Roxb. Aquatic Botany 20: 65 73.

68. Gopal, B. 1984. Comparison of leaching losses from decomposing litter of terrestrial and marsh plants on land and in water. Verhandlungen der internationale Vereinigung der Limnologie 22: 947 950.

69. Gopal, B. and Goel P.K. 1984. The impact of human activities on water quality and a case study of water pollution in Jaipur, India. Limnologica, Berlin 16: 39 43.

70. Gopal, B., Trivedy, R.K. and Goel, P.K. 1984. Influence of water hyacinth cover on the physico-chemical characteristics of water and phytoplankton composition in a reservoir near Jaipur (India). Internationale Revue der gesamten Hydrobiologie 69: 859 865.

71. Gopal, B. 1984. Utilisation of water hyacinth as a new resource or for its control? Some environmental considerations. p. 193 211, in: Thyagrajan, G. (Editor). Water Hyacinth: Proceedings, International Conference on Water Hyacinth. United Nations Environment Programme, Nairobi.

72. Chauhan, J.P.S. and Gopal, B. 1984. Effect of inter row space variation on the growth and grain yield of some barley cultivars. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 10: 129 144.
73. Patten, B.C., Jorgensen, S.E., Gopal, B., Koryavov, P., Kvet, J., Löffler, H., Sverizhev, Y. and Tundisi, J.G. 1985. Ecotones: An edge approach to gene pool preservation and management in the biosphere. Prospectus for a new SCOPE programme from the Scientific Advisory Committee for Wetlands and Shallow Continental Water Bodies. 20 pages.
74. Gopal, B. 1986. Vegetation dynamics in temporary and shallow freshwater habitats. Aquatic Botany 23: 391 396.

75. Gopal, B. 1986. Wetland Ecosystems   an appraisal. Veröffentlichungen der Geobotanisches Institut, Stiftung Rübel, ETH, Zürich (Festschrift Prof. E. Landolt) 87: 362 371.

76. Gopal, B. 1986. Problems of aquatic weeds and approaches to their management in south and southeast Asia. Proceedings EWRS/AAB 7th International Symposium on Aquatic Weeds (U.K.): 125 131.

77. Reeder, H.H., van Schoubroeck, M.E.P., van Vierssen, W., Gopal, B. and Pieterse, A.H. 1986. Aquatic weeds and their implication for agriculture in the Chambal Irrigated Area Kota (Rajasthan) India. Proceedings EWRS/AAB 7th International Symposium on Aquatic Weeds (U.K.): 251 255.

78. Gopal, B. 1987. Wetland ecology and its relevance to the tropics. p. 107 109, in: Hall, D.O., Lamotte, M. and Marois, M. (Editors) The Open Research Problems in Biology under Tropical Conditions. A.A. Balkema, Rotterdam.

79. Pradhan, V.N. and Gopal, B. 1987. Ecology of a semi arid grassland under the influence of air craft exhaust. I. Community structure leaf area and chlorophyll distribution. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 13: 117 131.

80. Gopal, B., Trivedy, R.K. and Goel, P.K. 1988. Comparative study of species composition density and species diversity of the phytoplankton in a non polluted and a sewage receiving freshwater reservoir. Archiv für Hydrobiologie (Monogr. Beitr.) 79: 291 323.

81. Gopal, B. 1988. Wetlands: Management and conservation in India. Water Quality Bulletin 13: 3 6, 29-30.

82. Gopal, B. 1988. Long styled water hyacinth in India and its significance. Current Science 57: 348 349.

83. Gopal, B. 1988. Holy Mother Ganges. Geographical Magazine, May: 38 43.

84. Gopal, B. 1988. Contribution of terrestrial plant litter to the nutrient enrichment of surface freshwaters. Verhandlungen der internationale Vereinigung der Limnologie 23: 1367 1371.

85. Sharma, K.P., Kushwaha, S.P. and Gopal, B. 1988. Mechanism of seed germination in a tall wetland grass Phragmites karka (Retz.) Trin. ex Steud. Abstracts, Third International Rangeland Congress, New Delhi: 235 236. (Extended Abstract).

86. Sharma, K.P., Kushwaha, S.P.S. and Gopal, B. 1990. Autotoxic effect of Phragmites karka (Retz.) Trin. ex Steud. plant on its seed germination. Geobios 17: 287 288.

87. Gopal, B. 1990. Introduction. p. 1 5, In: Gopal, B. (Editor) Ecology and Management of Aquatic Vegetation in the Indian Subcontinent. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

88. Gopal, B. 1990. Indian subcontinent and the aquatic subcontinent. p. 7 26, In: Gopal, B. (Editor) Ecology and Management of Aquatic Vegetation in the Indian Subcontinent. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

89. Lavania, G.S., Paliwal, S.C. and Gopal, B. 1990. Aquatic vegetation of the Indian subcontinent. p. 29 76, In: Gopal, B. (Editor) Ecology and Management of Aquatic Vegetation in the Indian Subcontinent. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

90. Gopal, B. and Sharma, K.P. 1990. Ecology of plant populations. I. Growth. p. 77 105, In: Gopal, B. (Editor) Ecology and Management of Aquatic Vegetation in the Indian Subcontinent. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

91. Zutshi, D.P. and Gopal, B. 1990. Structure and dynamics of plant communities. p. 127 146, In: Gopal, B. (Editor) Ecology and Management of Aquatic Vegetation in the Indian Subcontinent. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

92. Vyas, L.N., Sharma, K.P., Sankhla, S.K. and Gopal, B. 1990. Primary production and energetics. p. 149 176, In: Gopal, B. (Editor) Ecology and Management of Aquatic Vegetation in the Indian Subcontinent. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.


93. Gopal, B. 1990. Nutrient dynamics of aquatic plant communities. p. 177 200, In: Gopal, B. (Editor) Ecology and Management of Aquatic Vegetation in the Indian Subcontinent. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

94. Gopal, B. 1990. Conclusions and needs for future research. p. 243 246, In: Gopal, B. (Editor) Ecology and Management of Aquatic Vegetation in the Indian Subcontinent. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

95. Gopal, B. 1990. Aquatic weed problems and management in Asia. p. 318 340, In: Pieterse, A.H. and Murphy K.J. (Editors). Aquatic Weeds: The Ecology and Management of Nuisance Aquatic Vegetation. Oxford University Press, Oxford.

96. Holland, M.M., Whigham, D.F. and Gopal, B. 1990. Wetland ecotones. p. 171 198, In: Naiman, R.J. and Décamps, H. (Editors) The Ecology and Management of Aquatic Terrestrial Ecotones. MAB series 4. Unesco, Paris, and Parthenon Publishing Group, Carnforth, U.K.

97. Gopal, B. 1990. Wetland (mis)management by keeping people out: Two examples from India. p. 352 359, in: Marchand, M. and Udo de Hayes, H.A. (Editors) The People's Role in Wetland Management. Center for Environmental Studies, Leiden.

98. Gopal, B., Kvet, J., Löffler, H., Masing, V. and Patten, B.C. 1990. Definition and classification. p. 9 16, In: Patten, B.C., Jorgensen, S.E., Dumont, H.J., Gopal, B., Koryavov, P., Kvet, J., Löffler, H., Sverizhev, Y. and Tundisi, J.G. (Editors) Wetlands and Shallow Continental Water Bodies. Vol. 1. Natural and Human Relationships. SPB Academic Publishing, The Hague.

99. Gopal, B. (with a contribution from V. Masing) 1990. Biology and ecology. p. 91 239, In: Patten, B.C., Jorgensen, S.E., Dumont, H.J., Gopal, B., Koryavov, P., Kvet, J., Löffler, H., Sverizhev, Y. and Tundisi, J.G. (Editors) Wetlands and Shallow Continental Water Bodies. Vol. 1. Natural and Human Relationships. SPB Academic Publishing, The Hague.

100. Kvet, J., Löffler, H., Gopal, B. and Tundisi, J.G. 1990. Wetland impact assessment. p. 363 371, In: Patten, B.C., Jorgensen, S.E., Dumont, H.J., Gopal, B., Koryavov, P., Kvet, J., Löffler, H., Sverizhev, Y. and Tundisi, J.G. (Editors) Wetlands and Shallow Continental Water Bodies. Vol. 1. Natural and Human Relationships. SPB Academic Publishing, The Hague.

101. Mitchell, D.S. and Gopal, B. 1990. Invasion of tropical freshwaters by alien aquatic plants. p. 139 156, In: Ramakrishnan, P.S. (Editor) Ecology of Biological Invasion in the Tropics. International Scientific Publications, New Delhi.

102. Gopal, B. 1991. Wetland (mis)management by keeping people out: Two examples from India. Landscape and Urban Planning 20: 53 59. (Republished by editors of the Journal from no. 97)

103. Gopal, B. and Chamanlal. 1991. Distribution of aquatic macrophytes in polluted waterbodies and their bioindicator value. Verhandlungen der internationale Vereinigung für Limnologie 24: 2125 2129.

104. Gopal, B. 1991. Wetlands and sustainable development. p. 63 67, In: Gopal, B. (Editor). Ecology and Sustainable Development. National Institute of Ecology, New Delhi.

105. Bandyopadhyay, S. and Gopal, B. 1991. Ecosystem studies and management problems of a coastal lagoon: The lake Chilka. p. 117 172, In: Gopal, B. and Asthana, V. (Editors). 1991. Aquatic Sciences in India. Indian Association for Limnology and Oceanography, New Delhi.

106. Gopal, B., Bandyopadhyay, S., Sah, M. and Chatterjee, K. 1991. Land application of municipal sewage for resource recovery: the Indian experience. A report for Ganga Project Directorate, Govt. of India. National Institute of Ecology, New Delhi. 27 + 56 pages.

107. Gopal, B. 1992. Wetland restoration in the tropics. p. 277 296, In: Wali, M.K. (Editor) Environmental Rehabilitation: Preamble to sustainable development. SPB Academic Publishing, The Hague.

108. Gopal, B. and Krishnamurthy, K. 1992. Wetlands of South Asia. p. 345 416, In: Whigham, D.F., Dykyjova, D. and Hejny, S. (Editors) Wetlands of the World. I. Inventory, Ecology and Management. Handbook of Vegetation Science vol. 15/2. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

109. Lal, Chaman and Gopal, B. 1993. Production and germination of seeds of Hydrilla verticillata. Aquatic Botany 45: 257-261.

110. Gopal, B. 1993. Conservation and management of wetlands. Pages 154-175, In: Majumdar, S.K., Miller, E.W., Baker, D.E., Brown, E.K., Pratt, J.R. and Schmalz, R.F. (Editors) Conservation and Resource Management. Pennsylvania Academy of Science, Easton, PA, USA.

111. Gopal, B. and Goel, Usha. 1993. Competition and allelopathy in aquatic plant communities. Botanical Review 59: 155-210.

112. Trivedy, R.K., Gopal, B. and Goel, P.K. 1993. Comparative study of primary production and chlorophyll concentration in a non-polluted and a sewage receiving reservoir. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 19: 103-120.

113. Gopal, B. and Sah, Malavika. 1993. Conservation and management of Rivers in India: Case-study of the River Yamuna. Environmental Conservation 20: 243-254, 222.

114. Gopal, B. 1994. Role of ecotones in conservation and management of tropical inland waters. Mitteilungen der internationale Vereinigung für theoretische und angewandte Limnologie 24: 17-25.

115. Gopal, B. 1994. Conservation of inland waters in India: an overview. Verhandlungen der internationale Vereinigung für Limnologie 25: 2494-2497.

116. Gopal, B. 1994. Keoladeo Ghana bird sanctuary: A wetland managed for wildlife (Bharatpur, India). p. 457-466, In: Patten, B.C. et al. (Editors) Wetlands and Shallow Continental Water Bodies. Vol. 2. Case Studies. SPB Academic Publishing, The Hague.

117. Gopal, B. 1994. Utilization of wetlands for optimum productivity. p. 866-871, In: Singh, P., Pathak, P.S. and Roy, M.M. (Eds) Agroforestry Systems for Degraded Lands. Oxford and IBH Publ. Co., New Delhi.
118. Gopal, B. and Sah, Malavika. 1995. Inventory and classification of wetlands in India. Vegetatio 118: 39-48.

119. Gopal, B. 1995. Introduction to Wetlands. pp. 3-55, In: Gopal, B. (Compiler). Handbook of Wetland Management. Worldwide Fund for Nature-India, New Delhi.

120. Gopal, B. 1995. Wetland Management. I. Basic concepts: An overview. pp. 59-64, In: Gopal, B. (Compiler). Handbook of Wetland Management. Worldwide Fund for Nature-India, New Delhi.

121. Gopal, B. 1995. Wetland management issues in India. pp. 65-70, In: Gopal, B. (Compiler). Handbook of Wetland Management. Worldwide Fund for Nature-India, New Delhi.

122. Singh, D.F. and Gopal, B. 1995. Assembling baseline information. pp. 71-74, In: Gopal, B. (Compiler). Handbook of Wetland Management. Worldwide Fund for Nature-India, New Delhi.


123. Gopal, B. 1995. Identifying major problems and determining management objectives and priorities. pp. 91-94, In: Gopal, B. (Compiler). Handbook of Wetland Management. Worldwide Fund for Nature-India, New Delhi.

124. Gopal, B. 1995. Wetland management: General principles and methods. pp. 107-110, In: Gopal, B. (Compiler). Handbook of Wetland Management. Worldwide Fund for Nature-India, New Delhi.

125. Saxena, P.K. and Gopal, B. 1995. Pollution and its control. pp. 205-214, In: Gopal, B. (Compiler). Handbook of Wetland Management. Worldwide Fund for Nature-India, New Delhi.

126. Gopal, B. 1995. Management of aquatic weeds. pp. 215-225, In: Gopal, B. (Compiler). Handbook of Wetland Management. Worldwide Fund for Nature-India, New Delhi.

127. Gopal, B. 1995. Thorn forests of India. contributed for the Spanish Encyclopedia BIOSPHERE: (volume on Savannas). Enciclopedia Catalana, Barcelona.

128. Gopal, B. 1996. Whither Indian ecology? Tropical Ecology 37: 105-113.

129. Gopal, B. 1996. Overview of lakes and wetlands in India. p. 1-17. in: Ando, M. (ed.) Conservation and Management of Lakes/Reservoirs in India. International Lake Environment Committee Foundation, Kusatsu, Shiga, Japan.

130. Gopal, B. 1996. Limnology in India. p. 35-43. in: Ando, M. (ed.) Conservation and Management of Lakes/Reservoirs in India. International Lake Environment Committee Foundation, Kusatsu, Shiga, Japan.

131. Gopal, B. 1997. Wetlands and Biodiversity: How to kill two birds with one stone? pages 18-28, In: Giesen,Wim (Editor) Wetlands, Biodiversity and Development. Proceedings of Workshop 2 of the International Conference on Wetlands and Development, KualaLumpur, 9-13 October 1995. Wetlands International, Kuala Lumpur.

132. Gopal, B. 1997. Biodiversity in inland aquatic ecosystems in India: An overview. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 23: 305-313.

133. Gopal, B. 1997. Wetlands: An Indian Perspective. SWS Award Lecture. Society of Wetland Scientists, Annual Meeting in Bozeman, Montana, USA. June 1997. 20 pages. mss. (unpublished)

134. Chatterjee, K. and Gopal, B. 1998. Experimental study of emergence of zooplankton in temporary waterbodies in relation to dry periods. Verhandlungen der internationale Vereinigung für Limnologie 26: 1309-1315.

135. Gopal, B. 1998. Wetland Types. pages 27-34, In: Majumdar, S.K., Miller, E.W. and Brenner, F.J. (Eds) Ecology of Wetlands and Associated Systems. Pennsylvania Academy of Science, Easton, Pa, USA.

136. Gopal, B. and Zutshi, D.P. 1998. Fifty years of hydrobiological research in India. Hydrobiologia 384: 267-290.

137. Sharma, K.P., Kushwaha, S.P. and Gopal, B. 1998. A comparative study of stand structure and standing crop of two wetland species, Arundo donax and Phragmites karka, and primary production in Arundo donax, with observations on the effect of clipping. Tropical Ecology 39: 3-14.

138. Gopal, B., Pathak, P.S. and Saxena, K.G. 1998. Ecology Today: An introduction. pages xi-xvii, In: Gopal, B., Pathak, P.S. and Saxena, K.G. (Editors) Ecology Today: An Anthology of Contemporary Ecological Research. International Scientific Publications, New Delhi.

139. Gopal, B. 1998. Natural and constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment: Potentials and problems. pages 54-71, in: Tauk-Tornisielo, S.M. and Salati, E. Filho (Editors) Proceedings 6th International Conference on wetlands Systems for Water Pollution Control. Aguas de Sao Pedro, Brazil. (see also 142)

140. Gopal, B. 1998. Aquatic weeds: From weed control to plant management. Proceedings 10th EWRS Symposium on Aquatic Weeds, Lisbon (Portugal): 357-360.

141. Sharma, K.P., Kushwaha, S.P.S. and Gopal, B. 1999. Nutrient dynamics in an Arundo donax wetland. Nutrient uptake, seasonal changes in tissue concentrations, and release during in situ decomposition. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 25: 1-20.

142. Gopal, B. 1999. Natural and constructed wetlands for wastewater treatment: Potentials and problems. Water Science and Technology 40(3): 27-35. (Revised version of 139)

143. Gopal, B. and Junk, W.J. 2000. Biodiversity in wetlands: An introduction. pages 1-10, In: Gopal, B., Junk, W.J., and Davis, J.A. (Editors): Biodiversity in Wetlands: Assessment, Function and Conservation. Vol. 1. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden.

144. Zutshi, D.P. and Gopal, B. 2000. State of biodiversity in lakes and wetlands of Kashmir valley. pages 51-67, In: Khan, M.A. and Farooq, S. (Editors) Environment, Biodiversity and Conservation. Ashish Publishing House, New Delhi.

145. Gopal, B. 2000. River conservation in the Indian subcontinent. pages 231-259, In: Boon, P.J., Davies, B.R. and Petts, G.E. (Editors) Global Perspectives on River Conservation: Science, Policy and Practice. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, U.K.

146. Zutshi, D.P. and Gopal, B. 2001. Himalayan lake ecosystems: Current issues and threat perceptions. Verhandlungen der internationale Vereinigung für Limnologie 27: 2167-2170.

147. Gopal, B. and Zutshi, D.P. 2001. Aquatic ecosystem health: an Indian perspective. Verhandlungen der internationale Vereinigung für Limnologie 27: 2336-2339.

148. Gopal, B. 2001. The holy Ganga and the mighty Amazon: A comparison. Amazoniana 16: 337-348

149. Chauhan, M. and Gopal, B. 2001. Biodiversity and management of Keoladeo National Park (India) - a wetland of international importance. Pages 217-256. In: Gopal, B., Junk, W.J. and Davis, J.A. (Editors) Biodiversity in Wetlands: Assessment, Function and Conservation. Vol. 2. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden.

150. Gopal, B. and Chauhan, M. 2001. South Asian wetlands and their biodiversity: The role of monsoons. Pages 257-275. In: Gopal, B., Junk, W.J. and Davis, J.A. (Editors) Biodiversity in Wetlands: Assessment, Functions and Conservation. Vol. 2. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden.

151. Gopal, B. and Junk, W.J. 2001. Assessment, determinants, function and conservation of biodiversity in wetlands: Present status and future needs. Pages 277-302, In: Gopal, B., Junk, W.J., and Davis, J.A. (Editors): Biodiversity in Wetlands: Assessment, Function and Conservation. Vol. 2. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden.

152. Kaushik, N.K., Gopal, B. and Chauhan, Malavika. 2001. Eutrophication and detergents: Canadian experience and the Indian scenario. Pages 34-78, In: Southey, C., Kaushik, N. and Trivedi, R.K. (Editors) Detergents and the Environment: The Canadian Experience and the Indian Scenario. Final Report of the Shastri-Indo-Canadian Partnership Project. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Limited, New Delhi.

153. Chauhan, Malavika and Gopal, B. 2001. Eutrophication: An Introduction. Pages 3-33, In: Southey, C., Kaushik, N. and Trivedi, R.K. (Eds.) Detergents and the Environment: The Canadian Experience and the Indian Scenario. Final Report of the Shastri-Indo-Canadian Partnership Project. Tata McGraw Hill Publishing Company Limited, New Delhi.

154. Gopal, B. and Chauhan, M. 2001. Ecohydrology: Rediscovering freshwater ecology. Pages 339-354, In: Subramanian, V. and Ramanathan, A.L. (Editors) Proceedings of the International Workshop on Ecohydrology. Capital Publishing, Delhi.

154a. Gopal, B. 2001. Overview of lakes and wetlands in India. pages 173-198. In: Desh Bandhu and Guha, K. (Editors) Proceedings of the 5th Asia Pacific NGOs Environmental Conference (APNEC-5), Agra, Sept. 22-25, 2000. Indian Environmental Society, New Delhi. (reprinted from No. 129)

155. Gopal, B. 2002. Management issues of aquatic resources including wetlands. pages 674-688, In: Marothia, D.K. (Editor) Institutionalizing Common Pool Resources. Concept Publishing Co., New Delhi.

156. Gopal, B. 2002. Wetlands and agriculture: Are we heading for confrontation or conservation? Pages 88-93, In: Holland, M.M., Warren, M.L. and Stanturf, J.A. (Editors) Proceedings of a Conference on Sustainability of Wetlands and Water Resources: How well can Riverine Wetlands Continue to Support Society into the 21st Century? General Technical Report SRS-50. Southern Research Station, USDA Forest Service, Ashville, NC. USA.

157. Gopal, B. 2002. Conserving biodiversity in Asian wetlands: issues and approaches. Pages ID15-ID22, In: Ali, Ahyaudin, Che Salmah Md Rawi, Mashhor Mansor, Reiko Nakamura, Sundari Ramakrishna, and Taej Mundkur (Editors) The Asian Wetlands: Bringing Partnerships into Good Wetland Practices. Proceedings of the Asian Wetland Symposium 2001, “Bringing Partnerships into Good Wetland Practices”, 27-30 August 2001, Penang, Malaysia, Penerbit Universiti Sains Malaysia, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

158. Gopal, B., Chauhan, M. and Zutshi, D.P. 2002. High Altitude Lakes of Ladakh: Changes since the Yale North India Expedition. Verhandlungen der internationale Vereinigung für Limnologie 28: 519-523.

159. Gopal, B. 2003. Perspectives on wetland science, application and policy. Hydrobiologia 490: 1-10.

160. Gopal, B. 2003. Wetlands, agriculture and water resource management: Need for an integrated approach. International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 29: 47-54.

161. Gopal, B. 2003. Aquatic biodiversity in arid and semi-arid zones of Asia and water management. Pages 199-215, In: Lemons, J., Victor, R. and Schaeffer, D. (Editors) Conserving Biodiversity in Arid Regions: Best Practices in Developing Nations. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

163. Gopal, B. 2003. Aquatic ecosystems, ecosystem services and ecological economics. Pages 373-381, In: Chopra, K., Hanumantha Rao, C.H. & Sengupta, R.P. (Editors) Water Resources, Sustainable Livelihoods, and Ecosystem Services. Concept Publishing, New Delhi.

164. Gopal, B. 2003. Some perspectives on limnological research in India. Keynote address; In: National Conference on Recent Advances in Aquatic Biology: Souvenir and Abstracts: 146-158. Nagarjuna University, Nagarjunanagar, 29-31 January 2003.

165. Gopal, B. 2003. Water quality management: Some ecological consideration. Pages 34-39, In: Mathur, G.N. and Chawla, A.S. (Editors) Water Quality Management, Proceedings Second International Conference, New Delhi, 13-15 February 2003. Central Board of Irrigation and Power, New Delhi.

166. Gopal, B. 2003. Understanding and conserving wetlands. Pages 6-12, In: Khanna, R.K. and Mathur, G.P. (Editors) Proceedings Round Table Conference on Water Quality and Wetlands: Socio-economic and Ecological Importance. Indian Water Resources Society, New Delhi.

167. Gopal, B. 2003. Assessment and monitoring of phytoplankton, zooplankton and benthos in aquatic ecosystems. Pages 68-84, In: Proceedings of the Workshop on Environmental Impact Assessment Sudies for Developmental Projects. EIA series EIAS/02/2002-03, Central Pollution Control Board, New Delhi.

168. Gopal, B., Zutshi, D.P. and Van Duzer, C. 2003. Floating islands in India : Control or conserve? International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences 29: 157-169.

169. Singh, S.P., Gopal, B. and Kathuria, Vineesh. 2003. Integrated management of water resources of Lake Nainital and its watershed: An environmental economics approach. Pages 36-44, In: Parikh, Jyoti K. and Raghu Ram, T.L. (eds) Reconciling Environment and Economics: Executive Summaries of EERC Projects. Environmental Economics Research Committee under the Ministry of Environment and Forests implemented, World Bank aided “ India Environmental Management Capacity Building (EMCaB) Project. Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai.

170. Gopal, B. and Chauhan, Malavika. 2004. River restoration in India- a conceptual framework. Pages 105-109, In: Parish, F., Mokhtar, M., Abdulla, A.R., and Oi May, C. (Editors) River Restoration in East Asia. Proceedings of the East Asia Regional Seminar on River Restoration. Global Environment Center, and Department of Irrigation and Drainage, Kuala Lumpur.

171. Sengupta, Sujata; Gopal, B. and Das, S.N. 2004. Effect of nutrient supply and water depth on nutrient uptake by two wetland plants. Bulletin of the National Institute of Ecology 14: 55-60.

172. Gopal, B. 2004. State of degradation and approaches to restoration of floodplain rivers in India. Pages 79-89, In: Welcomme, R. and Petr, T. (Editors) Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on the Management of Large Rivers for Fisheries, Volume II. RAP publication 2004/17. FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific, Bangkok, Thailand.

173. Gopal, B. 2005. Ecology and sustainable management of aquatic ecosystems: A hydrological perspective. Pages 291-299, In: Perumal, M., Singhal, D.C., Arya, D.S., Srivastava, D.K., Goel, N.K., Mathur, B.S., Joshi, H., Singh, R. and Nautiyal, M.D. (Editors) Hydrological Perspectives for Sustainable Development., Vol. 1. Allied Publishers, New Delhi.

174. Gopal, B. 2005. Relevance and policy dimensions of research on biodiversity in freshwater ecosystems: A developing country perspective. Hydrobiologia 542: 19-21.

175. Gopal, B. 2005. Does inland aquatic biodiversity have a future in Asian developing countries? Hydrobiologia 542: 69-75.

176. Gopal, B. 2005. Issues in ecological research and environmental management. (In: Gupta, S.R., Matta, N.K., Aggarwal, A., Kohli, R.K. and Chawla, A.K. (Editors). Ecology and Environmental Management: Issues and Research Needs) Bulletin of the National Institute of Ecology 15: 277-286.

177. Chauhan, Malavika, and Gopal, B. 2005. Vegetation structure and dynamics of a floodplain wetland along a subtropical regulated river. River Research and Applications 21: 513-534.

178 Gopal, B. & Chauhan, Malavika. 2005. Developing a Conservation Index for lakes in India. Verhandlungen der internationale Vereinigung der Limnologie 29: 861-864.

179. Gopal, B. 2005. Water management; An environmental perspective. ASTI Journal of Training and Development 6(1): 39-45.

180 Gopal, B. and Chauhan, Malavika. 2006. Biodiversity and its Conservation in the Sundarban mangrove ecosystem. Aquatic Sciences 68: 338-354.

181. Junk, W.J., Brown, M., Campbell, I.S., Finlayson, C.M., Gopal, B., Ramberg, L. and Warner, B.G. 2006. Comparative biodiversity of large wetlands: a synthesis. Aquatic Sciences 68: 400-414.

182. Bhattacharya,Tanushree, Banerjee, D.K. and Gopal, B. 2006. Heavy metal uptake by Scirpus littoralis Schrad. from fly ash dosed and metal spiked soils. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 121: 363-380 (published online July 2006)

183. Gopal, B. 2006. Degraded catchment and regulated river flows: Major challenges for riverine fisheries. Pages 32-41, In: Vass, K.K., Mitra, K., Suresh, V.R., Katiha, P.K. and Srivastava, N.P. (Editors) River Fisheries in India: Issues and Current Status. Inland Fisheries Society of India, Barrackpore, India

184. Fischlin, A., G.F. Midgley, J.T. Price, R. Leemans, B. Gopal, C. Turley, M.D.A. Rounsevell, O.P. Dube, J. Tarazona, A.A. Velichko, 2007: Ecosystems, their properties, goods, and services. Pages 211-272, In: M.L. Parry, O.F. Canziani, J.P. Palutikof, P.J. van der Linden and C.E. Hanson, (Editors) Climate Change 2007: Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. Contribution of Working Group II to the Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.

185. Ghosh, Deblina and Gopal, B. 2007. 1Effect of wetland plant species on tertiary treatment of wastewater from a milk-processing plant. International Journal of Ecology & Environmental Sciences 33: 273-292.

186. Gopal, B. and Ghosh, D. 2008. Natural wetlands: Wastewater treatment. Pages 2493-2504, In: Jorgensen, S.E. and Fath, B.D. (Editor) Encyclopedia of Ecology and Ecological Engineering, Vol. 3. Elsevier, Amsterdam & Oxford.

187. Gopal, B., Junk, Wolfgang J., Finlayson, C. Max and Breen, Charles M. 2008. Present state and future of tropical wetlands. Pages 141-154, In: Polunin, N. (Editor) Aquatic Ecosystems. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K. for Foundation for Environmental Conservation.
188. Polunin, Nicholas V.C., Gopal, Brij, Nicholas A.J. Graham, Stephen J. Hall, Ittekkot, Venugopalan and Annette Muehlig-Hofmann. 2008. Synthesis: trends and global prospects of the Earth’s aquatic ecosystems. Pages 350-362, In: Polunin, N. (Editor) Aquatic Ecosystems. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K. for Foundation for Environmental Conservation.

189. Gopal, B. and Ghosh, D. 2009. Lakes and Reservoirs of Asia. Pages 501-512, In: Likens, G.E. (Editor) Encyclopedia of Inland Waters, Volume 2. Elsevier, New York. (only online)

190. Gopal, B. 20098. Ecology and& cConservation of aAquatic eEcosystems of the Himalayan Ranges. Pages 115-120, In: Victor, R. and Robinson, M.D. (Editors) Mountains of the World – Ecology, Conservation and Sustainable Development. Sultan Qaboos University. Muscat, Oman.

191. Gopal, B., Hussein, Md Abdulla and Siddiqui, Agha M.A. 20098. Conserving bBiodiversity of the fFog fForests of Hawf Mountains in Yemen. Pages 69-73, In: Victor, R. and Robinson, M.D. (Editors) Mountains of the World – Ecology, Conservation and Sustainable Development. Sultan Qaboos University. Muscat, Oman.

192. Gopal, B. 2009. Wetlands and Biodiversity. Pages 65-95, In: Maltby, E. and Barker, T. (Editors) The Wetlands Handbook. Blackwell Science, Oxford, U.K.

193. Gopal, B. 2009. Integrated river basin approach to wetland conservation Proceedings Asian Wetlands Symposium, IUCN-Vietnam, Hanoi.

194. Raman, R. and Gopal, B. 2009. 1Recent Land Use/Land Cover Changes in the Floodplain of the Highly Regulated River Yamuna Upstream of Delhi. International Journal of Ecology & Environmental Sciences 35: 237-254.

195. Gopal, B. 2009. Water and sustainability. Pages 85-124, in:Tewari, D.N. (Editor) Sustainability Crisis. Ocean Books, New Delhi.

196. Ghosh, D. and Gopal, B. 2010. Effect of hydraulic retention time on the treatment of secondary effluent in a subsurface flow constructed wetland. Ecological Engineering 36: 1044-1051.
197. Gopal, B., Kotagama, H. and Gunawardena, N. 20110. Ecosystems and Integrated Water Resources Management: The Link and the Need for Integration. Freshwater Ecosystems: ecology, biodiversity and ecosystem services. pages 1-10, In: Gunawardena, N., Gopal, B. and Kotagama, H. (Editors) Ecosystems and Integrated Water Resources Management in South Asia. RoutledgeWater and Ecosystem. CB-SaciWaters, Sage Publishers, New Delhi. (in press)

198. Gopal, B. 2011. Freshwater Ecosystems: Ecological Characteristics and Ecosystem Services. pages 11-34, In: Gunawardena, N., Gopal, B. and Kotagama, H. (Editors) Ecosystems and Integrated Water Resources Management in South Asia. Routledge Publishers, New Delhi. (in press)


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