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Amalraj M

Institute of Land and Disaster Management, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India


Dr. Amalraj M is an Assistant Professor in Disaster Management at Government of Kerala- Revenue & Disaster Management Department. He’s research interest in Disaster Management Teaching and Training, Hazard Vulnerability Risk Assessment, Disaster Response, Disaster Management Awareness Programmers, Environmental Disaster Risk Reduction and Management, Research in Disaster Management.


A Study on the Scope and Importance of Tuber Crops with Special Reference to Cassava as Resilient Crop towards Climate Change

Climate has been recognized as a principal factor that control crop distribution and growth. Agricultural productivity has been found to be exaggerated by climate change, this will results food insecurity and poverty. To find out an alternative food source is very much necessary for the existence of life in such climate change related catastrophic ... Read More»

Anju L, Ambily PG, Gopikrishna VG and Amalraj M

Research Article: J Earth Sci Clim Change 2014,5:202

DOI: 10.4172/2157-7617.1000202

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