These abstracts of Dr Sugata and his colleagues had been developed within the span of 2002 – 2013 and selected for presentation in a number of International Conferences worldwide. They are brought together in one place to be included in the collection of selected abstracts. Most of these abstracts reflect strongly Dr Sugata's aspiration and futuristic thought to fight the deadly dual epidemics of HIV & TB in India and Asia and bring the necessary changes in the lives of millions of high-risk, vulnerable, infected, affected, marginalized and criminalized community groups and people across the largest continent of the globe.
This book tries to explain how to write a good abstract that could be an example of the authors. This study is almost based on the different issues and context of the environmental law and policy around the world. The abstracts of this book are almost accepted in the international and national conferences since 2002 to 2012. I have written some additional abstracts in this book that might also be helpful to the authors at home and abroad.
Over the years, many papers on carbonate diagenesis have been published in Sedimentology, the journal of the International Association of Sedimentologists. This volume presents a collection of these papers with a commentary. The emphasis of the book is on the diagenesis of shallow-marine carbonate sediments and the editors have chosen 12 papers which are reproduced in full. To widen the scope of this volume the abstracts for another 16 papers are presented. These provide further examples of diagenetic studies and help to extend the coverage of the book. The reprints and abstracts are divided into three groups, dealing with marine, meteoric and burial diagenesis respectively. Each collection is preceded by a commentary which briefly summarizes the topic and introduces the reprints and abstracts to come
Bibliographic details of research work carried out on mangroves of Pakistan and presented in the form of research papers, reports, theses and projects are compiled. An attempt is made to include abstracts of the publications along with other bibliographic details. The present communication includes literature up to 2011. The main list contains 510 entries (367 papers, 22 theses/projects, 121 reports). Entries without abstracts are either those publications which are not available or abstracts were not given by the author(s).An author index, including co-authors is also given. The citations are arranged in alphabetical order.
This brochure presents abstracts from the books by Anastasia Novykh “Sensei of Shambala” (Books II, III, IV). Small but very informative, it brings new important information to those who want to know the truth.
Library and Information Science Abstracts is an international abstracting and indexing tool designed for library professionals and other information specialists. LISA is established in the year 1969 published monthly. It is an International index and abstracting tool. Provides bibliographic coverage for the field of information science as well as more traditional library science, including related areas, such as publishing, online retrieval, and new information technologies. Indexes and abstracts approximately 7,000 publication annually, including over 440 journal and selected conference proceedings, book review and research service , with content from more than 68 countries and in 20 language. The present study is based on 11 volumes of LISA. The subject Library Management covered under LISA for the period of 10 years i.e. (2000-2009) was taken for the present study. The present study is based on 12263 articles on Library Management covered by LISA. The data was analyzed by using various parameters which is presented in the form of tables and figures.
This rich archive features 240 authentic images from the heyday of Art Deco. Carefully chosen from European periodicals of the early 20th century, these full-color designs offer an abundant selection of outstanding pictures and patterns. Square, rectangular, and circular graphics include abstracts, animals, plants, people, boats, buildings, and much more.