Dr. Suraj Sharma

Dr. Suraj Sharma
Position : Assistant Professor
Degree   : PhD (Assam University, Silchar, Assam, India)
Email      :  surajsharma83@yahoo.com

Area of Expertise

• Population Ecology
• Ecological Economics
• Soil Science
• Land Degradation
• Ecosystem Services
• Wildlife Management
• Conservation Biology
• Ecological Restoration

Courses

• GIS Analyst (Indo-German Institute of Advanced Technology-IGIAT, Vishakapatnam,
A.P., India
• Course on Restoration Ecology: Brandenburg University of Technology in Cottbus,
Germany

Projects

Successfully completed Minor Research Project (UGC-MRP) Title: Impact of effluents from the paper mill to the Wetlands in and around Dimoria tribal belt, Kamrup (M) District of Assam.

Selected Papers

Sharma, S., Choudhury, P., and Chetry, N. (2016). Diversity of Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPS): A Provisioning Ecosystem Services among the Marwet Community, Ri-Bhoi District, Meghalaya”. International Journal of Scientific Research Publication (ISSN 2250-3153).Pp 48-55.

Sharma, S.,Choudhury, P., and Chetry, N. (2016).Distribution Of Vegetation And The Extent Of Land Degradation In Raid-Marwet Region An Analysis Through Geographic Information System (GIS)”. International Journal Of Current Research (IJCR).Vol. 8(9).Pp .38659-38667.

Sharma, S., Choudhury, P., and Chetry, N. (2016).Effect of Hill-Cutting On Plant Community: A Case Study in the Sub-Tropical Forest of Raid-Marwet Region, Ri-Bhoi District of Meghalaya, India”. International Journal of Environment and Natural Sciences (IJENAS).vol 10. pp 1-8. (ISSN: 2349-3763).

Sharma, S.,Choudhury, P., and Chetry, N. (2016).Effect of Hill Cutting on the Diversity of Fodder Plants in Raid-Marwet Region, Ri-Bhoi District of Meghalaya”. Book chapter: conserving biological diversity: A multiscaled approach (ed.) A. H. Mir and N. A Bhat (ISBN: 978-93-86138-00-2) 2016 edition, Research India Publication, New Delhi, India. Pp. 65-78.

Sharma, S., Barman, J., and Daimari, J (2016).Plant Diversity Assessment along the Riparian  Zone of Goronga Wetland, Morigaon District of Assam.Book chapter: conserving biological diversity: A multiscaled approach (ed.) A. H. Mir and N. A Bhat (ISBN: 978-93-86138-00-2) 2016 edition, Research India Publication, New Delhi, India. pp 189-198.

Sharma, S.,Choudhury, P., and Chetry, N. (2016).Status of Soil Nutrients and Fertility of Four Land Use System in Raid-Marwet Region, Ri-Bhoi District of Meghalaya, India. Journal of Global Biosciences (ISSN 2320-1355).Pp 4178-4187.

Pallabi, K., and Sharma, S. (2017). Erisilkworm (Philosamiaricini) Rearing & Comparative Analysis of its Economic Parameters Based on Different Food Plants in Deosal village, Mayong Block, Morigaon District, Assam, India. International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 6 Issue 5: ISSN (Online): 2319-7064. Pp 1737-1740.

Panging, S.M., and Sharma, S. (2017). Studies on ethno medicinal and traditional healing practices among mising community of Desangmukh Gaon Panchayat, Sivasagar District of Assam, India. Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies, ISSN (E): 2320-3862, 5(54):193-196

Khakhalary, B., and Sharma, S. (2017). Non-Timber Forest Product: Case Study of Diversity In Garampani Wildlife Sanctuary, Karbi-Anglong District, Assam, India. International Journal of Innovative Research and Advanced Studies (IJIRAS) Volume 4 Issue 5: ISSN: 2394- 4404. Pp. 53-55.

Bhuyan, N, and Sharma, S. (2017). Physico-Chemical Analysis of Soil Status of Various Degraded Sites in an around Dimoria Tribal Belt of Assam, India. International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 6 Issue 6: ISSN (Online): 2319-7064. Pp 849-852.

Medhi, T, and Sharma, S. (2017). Avifaunal Diversity and Abundance of Jalikhara and EtilaBeel (wetland) of Kamrup (metro) District, Assam, India International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 6 Issue 6: ISSN (Online): 2319-7064. Pp739-742.

Baishya, J., and Sharma, S. (2017). Analysis of Physico-Chemicals Properties of Soil under Different Land Use System with Special Reference to Agro Ecosystem in Dimoria Development Block of Assam, India. International journal of Scientific Research and Education.ISSN (e):2321-7545 vol. 5(6): pp 6526-6532. DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.18535/ijsre/v5i06.05

Sharma, S., and Das, D. (2018). Factors Affecting Adoption of Beekeeping and Associated Technologies in Kamrup (Rural) District, Assam State, India. Biodiversity International Journal; 2(3):279‒284. DOI: 10.15406/bij.2018.02.00069

Medhi, J., Barman, J., and Sharma, S. (2018). Assessment on Butterfly and its diversity in Tegheria (Waterfall), Dimoria Development Block, Kamrup (M) district of Assam, India. Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies 2018; 6(3): 1746-1750.

Langthasa, D., Sharma, S., and Barman, J. (2018). Floristic and Socio-Cultural Studies of the Sacred Groves of the Dimasa Tribes of Dima Hasao District, Haflong Circle of North East India. International Journal of Current Advanced Research; 7(7E); 14209-14214. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24327/ijcar.2018.14214.2568.

Sharma, S. (2018). Edible and therapeutic uses of insects among the various tribes of Dimoria Development Block of Assam, India. Scenario of Environmental Research and Development, Book (ed.) K D Ahire, Idress Attitalla. Viliana Vasileva & Sture Brishammar ISBN: 978-93-5346-498-1. Pp-101-108.