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List of course references : School of Environment, Resources and Development
  -August, 2015 Semester
     
  Field of Study: Agribusiness Management  
     
  ED80.03: Agribusiness Management : Principles and Practices  
  ED80.04: Safety and standardization of Food Products  
  ED80.05: Agri-Food Supply Chain Management  
     
  Field of Study : Agricultural System & Engineering  
     
  ED70.03: Agricultural System Analysis  
  ED70.07: Agricultural Environments  
  ED70.08: Crop Productivity Management  
  ED70.12: Precision Agriculture  
  ED70.21: Agricultural Sector and Policy analysis  
     
  Field of Study : Aquaculture and Aquatic Resources Management  
     
  ED71.04: Aquatic Seed Production  
  ED71.25: Aquaculture and Aqautic Resource Systems  
  ED71.26: Coastal and Inland Aquaculture  
  ED71.36: Aquaculture Nutrition and Feed Technology  
  ED71.37: Wetlands Ecosystems Management  
  ED71.9010: Seletec Topic : Aquaculture Business Management : Issues and Tools  
     
  Field of Study : Climate Change and Sustainable Development  
     
  ED82.9007: Selected Topic : Climate Change Impact, Vulnerability and Adaptation Assessment Method  
  ED82.9010: Slected Topic: Land Use, Climate Change and Adaptation  
  ED82.9006: Selected Topic: Sustainable Infrastructure Development in the Context of Climate Change  
     
  Field of Study : Energy  
     
  ED72.01: Energy Resources and Technologies  
  ED72.06: Design and Management of Energy systems  
  ED72.07: Power System Design and Operation  
  ED72.08: Power Distribution Systems  
  ED72.10: Computer Aided Power System Analysis  
  ED72.12: Energy Statisticsand Energy Demand Forecasting  
  ED72.26: Environmental Policy and Management of Energy System  
  ED72.30: Energy: Environment and Climate Change : Issues and Strategies  
  ED72.37: Integrated Approach to Energy Auditing  
  ED72.9020: Selected Topic : Rational Use of Energy in Bulidings  
  ED72.9024: Selected Topic: Energy Management Systems  
  ED72.9027: Selected Topic: Carbon Markets and Carbon Finance  
     
  Field of Study : Environmental Engineering and Management  
     
  ED78.01: Environmental Chemistry of Laboratory  
  ED78.07: Solid Waste Management  
  ED78.22: Air Pollution Engineering and Management  
  ED78.23: Hazardous Waste Technology and Management  
  ED78.25: Principles of Cleaner Production  
  ED78.36: Drinking Water Treatement  
  ED78.37: Air Pollution Engineering and Management  
  ED78.9030: Selected Topic: Environmentally Sound Management of Hazardous Wastes Chemicals : An Introduction to Internationa Convention  
     
  Field of Study : Food Engineering and Bioprocess Technology  
     
  ED73.01: Food Process Engineering  
  ED73.03: Bioprocess Technology  
  ED73.9002: Selected Topic: Processing Effects on Functional Components of Foods  
     
  Field of Study: Gender and Development Studies  
     
  ED75.01: Gender and Development : Principles and Concepts  
  ED75.03: Gender Enterprises and Organizations  
  ED75.08: New Technologies, Industrials Section and Gender  
  ED75.9010: Selected Topic : Gender and Development Communication  
  ED75.9011: Selected Topic: Gender and Social Research Methods Part I  
     
  Field of Study: Natural Resources Management  
     
  ED76.01: Ecological Principles for Natural Resources Management  
  ED76.02: Natural Resources Management Issues in Asia  
  ED76.05: Integrated Land Use Management Systems  
  ED76.13: Natural Resources Degradation and Conservation  
  ED76.14: Social and Natural Resources Management  
  ED76.17: Geospatial Techniques in Natural Resources Management  
     
  Field of Study : Regional and Rural Development Planning  
     
  ED77.01: Rural and Regional Development  
  ED77.06: Regional Planning Techniques  
  ED77.08: Agricultural Development Planning  
     
  Field of Study: Urban Environmental Management  
     
  ED79.01: Urban Environmental Management systems  
  ED79.02: Urban Environmental Management (UEM) Research Methods and Techniques  
  ED79.03: Urban Planning and the Built Environment  
     
Courses Offered by School of Environment, Resources and Development - August, 2015 Semester
Field of Study: AgriBusiness Management 
ED80.05 Agri-Food Supply Chain Management Instructor(s) :   Chaiyaphol Kaewprakaisaengkul
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Rakshit, S. K. (n.d.). Training manual in supply chain management in agriculture being developed. n.p. : The Asian Profuctivity Organization (APO). Not available  
2 Kohls, R. L. & Uhl, J.N. (2002). Marketing of agricultural products. (9th ed.). New Delhi : Prentice -Hall of India Private.  HD9000.5 K57 2002a  
3 David, J. H. & Goldberg, R.J.  (1957). "A concept of agribusiness". American Journal of Agricultural Economic. 39 (4). P.1042-1045. Not available  
4 Scott, W. & Oldfield, C. (2004). The nine basic rules of a successful supply chain. West Susex :  Waer Systems Limited. Not available Link
5 Porter, M. E. (1985). Competitive advantage : creating and sustaining superior performance. New York : Free Press. HD41 P668 (SOM Library)  
6 Matinez, S. & Stewart, H. (2003). "From supply push to demand pull : agribusiness strategies for today's consumers". Economic Research Service, USDA. Amber Waves.  1 (5). Not available Link
7 Ferris, S., Best, R., Luncy, M., Ostertag, C., Gottret, M. & Wandschneider, T. (2006). Strategic paper : a participatory and area-based approach to rural agroenterprise development. Cali., Columbia : CIAT. Not available Link

 

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ED80.03 Agribusiness Management: Principles and Practices Instructor: Peeyush Soni
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Beierlien, J. G., Schneeberger, K. C. & Osburn, D. D. (2003). Principles of agribusiness management. N.p. : Waveland Pr Inc. Not available  
2 Erickson, S., Akridge, J.T. & Barnard, F. & Downey D. (2001). Agribusiness management. New York : McGraw-Hill. (1981) HD9000.5 D63  
3 Newman, M.E. & Wilis, W. J. (1994). Agribusiness management and entrepreneurship. N.p.: Interstate Pub. Not available  
4 Bensanko, D., Dranove, D., Shanley, M. & Schaefer, S. (2004). Economics of strategy. (3rd ed.). Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons. HD30.28 B4575 2004  

 

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ED80.04 Safety and Standardization of Food Products Anil Kumar Anal
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Plaggenhoef, W. van, Batterink, M. H. & Trienekens, J. H. (2003).  International trade and food safety : overview of legislation and standards. Not available  
2 Ancev, T., Whelan, B. & McBratney, A. (2005). "Evaluating the benefits from precision agriculture : the economics of meeting traceability requirements and environmental targets" (In : Precision Agriculture '05  edited by J.V. Stafford) Uppsala : Wageningen Academic Pub. S494.5 P73 P728     
3 Kropff, M.J., Teng, P. Aggarwa, P.K., Bouma, J., Bouman, B.A.M., Jones, J. W., Van Laar, H.H. (eds.) (1997). Application of systems approaches at the field level. N.p. : Kluwer Academic Pub. Not available  
4 Evans, L.T. (1993). Crop evolution, adaptation and yield. Cambridge :  Cambridge University Press. Not available  
5 Precision Agriculture: Conference Proceeding, 4 th European Conference on Precision Agriculture Editors; Stafford , J and Werner, A., Wageningen Academic Publishers 2003. Not available  
6 Lake, J.V., Bock, G.R. & G. J.A. 1997. Precision agriculture : spatial and temporal variability of environmental quality. Chichester, Eng. : John Wiley. Not available  
7 National Research Council. (1997). Precision agriculture in the 21st century : geospatial and information technologies in crop management. Washington : National Academy Press. Not available  
8 Deere, J. (1997). The precision-farming guide for agriculturalists.  Moline , IL : Delmar Cengage Learning. Not available  
9 The American Society of Agronomy. (1997). The State of Site-Specific Management or Agriculture. 1997.  n.p. : The Crop Science Society of American, Inc. Not available Link
9 Johnson, R. (1996). Target farming : a practical guide to precision farming concepts and technology. Not available  

 

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Field of Study: Agricultural Systems & Engineering 
ED70.07 Agricultural Environments Avishek Datta
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Reddy, K.R. & Hodges, H. F. (eds.). (2000). Climate change and global crop productivity. Wallingford, UK : CABI Pub. S600.7 C54 C65  
2 Hall, A.E. (2001). Crop responses to environment. New York : CRC Press. Not available  
3 Paoletti, M.G., Stinner, B.R. & Lorenzoni, G.G. (eds.). (1988).  Agricultural ecology and environment, proceedings of International Symposium on Agricultural Ecology and Environment, Padova, Italy, 5-7 April 1988. Amsterdam : Elsevier. Not available  

 

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ED70.21 Agricultural Sector and Policy Analysis  
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Norton, R. D. (2004). Agricultural development policy : concepts and experiences.  West Sussex, Eng. : John Wiley and Sons. Not available  
2 Thomson, A. & Metz, M. (1997). Implications of food policy for food security : a training manual. Rome : FAO. (FAO Training Materials for Agriculture Planning No. 40)  Not available Link
3 Eicher, C.K. &  Staatz, J. M. (1998). International agricultural development. Baltimore :  John Hopkins University Press. HD1417 A4483 1998  
4  Langham, M. R. &  Retzlaff, R H. (ed.). (1982).  Agricultural sector analysis in Asia.  Bangkok : Agricultural Development Council. S491 A37  
5 OECD. (1995). The uruguay round : a preliminary evaluation of the impacts of the agreement on agriculture in the OECD Countries. Paris : Organization of Economic. Not available  
6 Pretty, J.N. (1996). Regenerating agriculture : policies and practices for sustainability and self-reliance. London : Earthscan. Not available  
7 Pearce, D. W.,  Barbier, E. &  Markandya, A. (1990). Sustainable development : economics and environment in the third world. London : Earthscan Pub. HD75.6 P43  
8 Acharya, S.S. & Agrawal, N.L. (1994). Agricultural price analysis and policy. New Delhi : Oxford and IBH Publishing. Not available  
9 Panayotou, T. (1993). Green markets: the economics of sustainable Development. San Francisco : ICS Press. HC59.72 P36  
10 Bickers, K. & Williams, J. (2001). Public policy analysis : a political economy approach. Boston : Houghton Mifflin Company. H97 B53  

 

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ED70.03 Agricultural System Analysis Peeyush Soni
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Zazueta, F. S. &  Xin, J.  (eds.). (1998). Computers in Agriculture, 1998 : proceedings of the 7th International Conference : October 26-30th, 1998, Orlando, Florida. St. Joseph, Mich. : American Society of Agricultural Engineers Not available  
2 Teng, P. S., Teng P. S. & Penning de Vries, F. (eds.). (1992).  Systems approaches for agricultural development. New York : Elsevier Applied Science. Not available  
3 Hunt, D. R. (1986). Engineering Evie models for agricultural production. Westport : AVI.  Not available  
4 Penning de Vries, F. van Laar, H.H.,  & Kroff, M.J. (eds.). (1991).  Simulation and systems analysis for rice production (SARP) : selected papers presented at Workshops on crop simulation of a network of National and International Agricultural Research Centres of Several Asian Countries and The Netherlands, 1990-1991. Netherlands : Pudoc. S566.6 S56  
5 Penning de Vries, T., F. W.,  Jansen, D. M., ten Berge, H. F. M. & Bakerma, A. (1989). Simulation of ecophysiological processes of growth in several annual crops. Wageningen :  Pudoc. QK731 S565  
6 Dent, J. B. & Anderson, J. R. (1971).  Systems analysis in agricultural management. Sydney : John Wiley. Not available  
7 Dent, J. B. & Blackie, M.J. (1979). Systems simulation in agriculture.  London : Applied Science Publishers. Not available  
8 Agrawal, R. C. & Heady, E. O. (1972). Operations research methods for agricultural eecisions. Ames :  University Press. S562.5 A37  
9 Wagner, H. M. (1985).  Principles of operations research. New Delhi : Prentice-Hall. HD20.5 W34 1977d  
10 Hartley, R. V. (1976). Operations research : a managerial emphasis. Pacific Palisades : Goodyear Pub.  Not available  
11 Gelenbe, E. & Pujolle, G. (1998). Introduction to queueing networks. 2nd ed. Chichester, Eng. : John Wiley. T57.9 G4513 1998  
12 Lipsky, L. R. (1992). Queueing theory : a linear algebraic approach. New York : MacMillan Pub., New York. Not available  

 

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ED70.08 Crop Productivity Management Avishek Datta
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Tsui, G. Y., Hoogenboom, G. & Thornton P. (eds.). (1998). Understanding options for agricultural production. London :  Kluwer Academic Pub. SB112.5 U53  
2 Lal, R., Kimbel, J.M. & Stewart, B.A. (eds).  Assessment methods for soil carbon.  Boca Raton, Fla. : Lewis Pub. Not available  
3 Stoskopf, N.C. (1981). "Crop mixtures : monocultures and yield."  In  Understanding Crop Production. Virginia : Reston Pub. Co. Not available  
4 Landon, J.R. (ed.). (1991).  Booker tropical soil manual : a handbook for soil survey and agricultural land evaluation in the tropics and sub-tropics. New York : Longman Scientific Technical. S599.9 T76 B66 1991  

 

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ED70.12 Precision Agriculture   Peeyush Soni
To Be Announced
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Lake, J.V., Rock, G. R. & Goode, J.A. (1997). Precision agriculture : spatial and temporal variability of environmental quality. Chichester :  John Wiley. Not available  
2 Kropff, K.F. (et al.) (1997). Application of systems approaches at the field level. Netherland :  Kluwer Academic Publisher, the Netherlands. Not available  
3 Evans, L. T. (1993). Crop evolution, adaptation and yield.  Cambridge : Cambridge University Press. Not available  
4 Deere, J. (2003). The precision-farming guide for agriculturalists. Moline :  Delmar Cengage Learning. Not available  
5 Pierce, F. J. & Sadler, E. J. (eds.). (1997). The State of Site- Specific Management or Agriculture.  N.p. : The American Society of Agronomy. Not available  
6 Johnson, R. C. (1996).  Target farming : a practical guide to precision farming concepts and technology.  Saskatoon : Ron C. Johnson Pub. Not available  
7 Some Useful Web- sites:
http://www.usgs.gov/research/gis/
http://www.pioneer.com/usa/technology/
http://www.ppi/far.org
http://www.fse.missouri.edu/mpac
http://www.ftw.nrcs.usda.gov/ssur.data.html
Not available  

 

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Field of Study: Aquaculture and Aquatic Resources Management 
ED71.36 Aquaculture Nutrition and Feed Technology  Amararatne Yakupitiyage
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Websterm, C.D. & Lim, C. (2002). Nutrient requirements and feeding of finfish for aquaculture. Wallingford, Oxon : CABI. SH156 N82  
2 Guillaume, J. (ed.). (2001). Nutrition and feeding of fish and crustaceans. New York : Springer. Not available  
3 Hertrampf, J.W & Piedad-Pascual, F. (2000).  Handbook on ingredients for aquaculture feeds. Dordrecht, The Netherland : Kluwer Academic Pub. Not available  
4 Lovell, T. (ed.). (1998). Nutrition and feeding of fish. Boston, MA : Kluwer Academic Pub. SH156 L68 1998  
5 D'Abramo, L.R., Conklin, D. E. & Akiyama, D.M. (eds.) (1997).  Crustacean nutrition. Baton Rouge, LA. : World Aquaculture Society. SH370 C78  
6 De Silva, S. S.  (1995). Fish nutrition in aquaculture. London : Chapman & Hall. Not available  

 

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ED71.25 Aquaculture and Aquatic Resource Systems   Amararatne Yakupitiyage
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Spedding, C. R. W. (1988).  An introduction to agricultural systems. London : Elsevier Applied Science. Not available  
2 Beets, W. C. (1990). Raising and sustaining productivity of small-holder farming systems in the tropics. Alkmaar, Holland : AgBe Pub. Not available  
3 Edwards, Peter & Demaine, H. (1997). Rural aquaculture : overview and framework for country reviews. Bangkok : FAO. Not available  
4 Edwards, P., Little, D. C. & Demaine, H.  (Eds). (2002). Rural aquaculture. Wallingford : CABI Publishing. Not available  
5 Welcomme, R. L. (2001). Inland fisheries : ecology and management. Malden, MA : Fishing News Books.  SH328 W46  
6 Systems Thinking: http://managementhelp.org/systems/systems.htm Not available Link
7 Basic concepts of systems approach: http://pespmc1.vub.ac.be/sysappr.html Not available Link
8 System approach in Aquaculture management: http://www.fao.org/docrep/003/AB412E /ab412e13.htm Not available  

 

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ED71.04 Aquatic Seed Production K. R. Salin
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Wedemeyer, G. A. (ed.). (2001). Fish hatchery management. (2nd ed.). Bethesda, Md. : American Fisheries Society. SH151 F5 2001  
2 Evans, D. H. (ed.) (1998). The physiology of fishes. (2nd ed). Boca Raton, Fla : CRC Press. Not available  
3 Tave, D. (1996). Genetics for fish hatchery managers. Connecticut : AVI.  Not available  
4 Bromage, N. R. & Roberts, R. J. (eds.). (1995). Broodstock management and egg and larval quality. Oxford : Blackwell Science Ltd. Not available  
5 Jhingran, V. G. & Pullin, R. S. V. (1988). A hatchery manual for the common, chinese and indian major carps. Manila : ADB/ICLARM. Not available  
6 Potts, G. W. & Wootton, R. J., (eds.). (1984).  Fish reproduction : strategies and tactics. London : Academic Press. Not available  

 

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ED71.26 Coastal and Inland Aquaculture   K. R. Salin
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Coimbra, J. (2001). Modern aquaculture in the coastal zone. N.p. : IOS Press.  Not available  
2 Welcomme, R. L. (2001). Inland fisheries : ecology and management. Malden, MA : Fishing News Books.  SH328 W46  
3 DeSilva, S.S. (ed.). (2001). Reservoir and culture based fisheries : biology and management.  ACIAR Proceedings. Not available Link
4 Midlen, A. & Redding, T.A. (1998). Environmental management for aquaculture. London : Kluwer Academic Pub. SH135 M53  
5 Beveridge, M. C. M. & McAndrew, B. J. (2000). Tilapias : biology and exploitations. London : Kluwer Academic Pub. SH167 T54 T57  

 

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ED71.9010 Selected Topic: Aquaculture Business Management: Issues and Tools  Ram C. Bhujel
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Washington, S., & Ababouch, L. (2011). Private standards and certification in fisheries and aquaculture : current practice and emerging issues. Rome, Italy: FAO. Not available Link
2 Engle, C.R., & Neira, I. (2005). Tilapia farm business management and economics : a training manual. Corvallis : Aquaculture CRSP. Not available Link
3 Phillips, M.J., Boyd, C. & Edwards, P. (2001). Systems approach to aquaculture management. In : R.P. Subasinghe, P. Bueno, M.J.  Not available Link
4 PhilliPhillips, C. Hough, S.E. McGladdery & J.R. Arthur, (eds.) (2000). Aquaculture in the third millennium. : technical proceedings of the conference on aquaculture in the third millennium, Bangkok, Thailand, 20-25 February 2000. pp. 239-247. Rome : FAO. Not available Link

 

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ED71.37 Wetlands Ecosystem Management Amararatne Yakupitiyage
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Kay, Robert C. & Alder, J. (2005). Coastal planning and management. London : ESPON Press. Not available  
2 Roggeri, H. (1995). Tropical freshwater wetlands. Dordrecht : Kluwer Academic Press. QH96 R64  
3 Perillo, G. M.E., Wolanski, E., Cahoon, D.R. & Brinson, M.M. (eds.) (n.d.). Coastal wetlands : an integrated ecosystem approach. N.p. : Elsevier Science. Not available  
4 Hogarth, P. J. (1999). The biology of mangroves. Oxford :  Oxford University Press. Not available  

 

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Field of Study: Climate Change and Sustainable Development 
ED82.9007 Selected Topic: Climate Change Impact, Vulnerability and Adaptation Assessment Method Sangam Shrestha
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Burroughs, W.J. (2007). Climate change: a multidisciplinary approach. (2nd ed.). New York :  Cambridge University Press. Not available  
2 Lambin, E.F. & Geist, H. ( 2006). Land use and land cover change: local processes and global impacts. Berlin : Springer-Verlag. Not available  
3 Mani, M. (2008). Climate change adaptation and mitigation in development programs : a practical guide, the International Bank for reconstruction and development. Washington, DC : World Bank. QC981.8 C5 M36  
4 Twiliey, R.R., Barron, E.J., Gholz, H.L.,  Harwell, M.A.,  Miller, R.L., Reed, D.J., Rose, J.B., Siemann, E.H., Wetzel R.G. & Zimmerman, R. J. (2001). Confronting climate change in the gulf coast region : prospects for sustaining our ecologial heritage. Cambridge : UCS Pub. Not available Link
5 Schlamadinger, B. & Marland, G. (2000). Land use and global climate change : forest land management and the Kyoto protocol. [Austria] : Pew Center on Global Climate Change. HD156 S35  

 

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ED82.9010 Selected Topic: Land Use, Climate Change and Adaptation Rajendra Prasad Shrestha
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Burroughs, W.J. (2007). Climate change: a multidisciplinary approach. (2nd ed.). New York :  Cambridge University Press. Not available  
2 Lambin, E.F. & Geist, H. ( 2006). Land use and land cover change: local processes and global impacts. Berlin : Springer-Verlag. Not available  
3 Mani, M. (2008). Climate change adaptation and mitigation in development programs : a practical guide, the International Bank for reconstruction and development. Washington, DC : World Bank. QC981.8 C5 M36  
4 Twiliey, R.R., Barron, E.J., Gholz, H.L.,  Harwell, M.A.,  Miller, R.L., Reed, D.J., Rose, J.B., Siemann, E.H., Wetzel R.G. & Zimmerman, R. J. (2001). Confronting climate change in the gulf coast region : prospects for sustaining our ecologial heritage. Cambridge : UCS Pub. Not available Link
5 Schlamadinger, B. & Marland, G.  (2000). Land use and global climate change : forest land management and the Kyoto protocol. [Austria] : Pew Center on Global Climate Change. HD156 S35  

 

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ED82.9006 Selected Topic: Sustainable Infrastructure Development in the Context of Climate Change Vilas Nitivattananon
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 UNESCAP. (2006). Sustainable infrastructure in Asia : overview and proceedings : Seoul Initiative Policy Forum on Sustainable Infrastructure, Seoul, Republic of Korea, 6-8 September 2006. Bangkok : UNESCAP. JX1977 A2 ST/ESCAP/2448  
2 Prasard, N., Ranghieri, F., Shah, F.,  Trohanis, Z., Kessler, E.  & Sinha, R. (2009).  Climate desilient cities : a primer on reducing vulnerabilities to disasters. Washington, D. C. : World Bank. HD49 C592  
3 Kidokoro, T. … et.al. (eds.). (2008). Vulnerable cities : realities, innovations and strategies. [Tokyo, Japan] : Springer. Not available  
4 Sarkar, H. and Ratnayake, R. (1998). Enhancing regional cooperation in infrastructure development including that related to disaster management. New York : ESCAP. HC415 C3 E54 (2006)  
5 Broakman, R.A.C. & Williams, A. (ed.). (1996).  Urban infrastructure finance. Manila : Asian Development Bank. HC415 C3 U73 1996  
6 ADB. (2009). The economics of climate change in Southeast Asia : a regional review. Manila : Asian Development Bank. ADB Coll. QC990 A785 E25  
7 ADPC. (2003). Disaster management in Southeast Asia :  an overview. ADPC.  Not available Link
8 Williams, R. I. & Conell, R. (eds.). (2003).  Climate adaptation : risk, uncertainty and decision-making. Oxford, Eng. : UK Climate Impacts Programme. QC852 C65  
9 AIT. SEA-UEMA Project. (2008).  Managing UEM Projects : a module for UEM professionals, Vol. 1 and 2. Not available  

 

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Field of Study: Energy 
ED72.10 Computer Aided Power System Analysis Weerakorn Ongsakul
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Saadat, H. (1999). Power system analysis. New York McGraw-Hill. Not available  
2 Grainger, J.J. & Stevenson, W. D. (1994). Power system analysis. New York : McGraw-Hill. TK3001 G73  
3 Natarajan, R. (2002). Computer-aided power system analysis. Marcel Dekker. Not available  
4 Arrillaga, J. & Arnold, C. P. (1990). Computer analysis of power system.  New York : John Wiley & Sons. TK1005 A757  
5 Arrillaga, J. & Smith, B. (1988). AC-DC power system analysis. London : The Institution of Electrical Engineers. TK3141 A77  
6 Greenwood, A. (1991). Electrical transients in power systems. New York : Wiley. Not available  
7 Kothari, D. P. & Nagrath, I. J. (1989). Modern power system analysis. New Delhi : Tata-McGraw-Hill. Not available  
8 Kundur, P. (1993). Power system stability and control. New York :  McGraw Hill. Not available  
9 Weedy, B. M. & Cory, B. J. (1998). Electric power systems. New York : John Wiley & Sons. Not available  
10 Wood, A. J. & Wollenberg, B. F. (1996). Power generation, operation and control. New York :  John Wiley & Sons. Not available  
11 Nasar, S. A. (1990). Electric power systems. Schaum's Outline Series. Not available  

 

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ED72.06 Design and Management of Energy Systems P. Abdul Salam
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Bejan, A., Tsatsaronis, G. & Moran, M. (1996). Thermal design and optimization. New York : John Wiley & Sons. Not available  
2 Moran, M.J. & Shapiro, N. (1988). Fundamentals of engineering thermodynamics. New York : Wiley.  TJ265 M66 2000 (1992) (Yang Colll.)  
3 Stocker, W.F. (1989). Design of thermal systems. New York :  McGraw Hill. TJ260 S775 1989  
4 Jaluria, Y. (1998). Design and optimization of thermal systems. New York : Mc Graw Hill. TJ260 J353 ;   TJ260 J353 2008  
5 Linnhoff, B., Townsend,  D. W., Boland, D., Hewitt, G. F.,  Thomas,  B. E. A., Guy, A. R.  & Marsland, R. H. (1982). User guide on process integration for the efficient use of energy. Rugby, Eng. : The Institute of Chemical Engineers. TP363 I572  
6 Mohanty, B. (1997). Total energy systems manual. Not available  

 

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ED72.01 Energy Resources and Technologies Sivanappan Kumar
P. Abdul Salam
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 UNDP. ( 2000). World nergy assessment : energy and the challenge of sustainability.  New York : United Nations Development Programme. TJ163.2 W657  
2 BP Statistical Review of World : Energy, June (2008). London : British Petroleum Co HD9560.4 B74a (1996)  
3 Yohansson, T.B., Kelly, H., Reddy, A. K. N. & Williams, R.H. (eds.). (1993).  Renewable energy sources for electricity and fuels. Washington :  Island press. TJ808 R43  
4 World Energy Council. (1994). New renewable energy resources. London : Kogan Page. TJ810 W676  
5 Bhattacharya, S. C. & Abdul Salam, P. (eds.) (2006). Biomass energy in developing countries. Pathumthani, Thailand : RERIC, AIT. HD9502.5 B543 A78  
6 Rosa, Aldo V. Da. (2005). Fundamentals of renewable energy processes. London : Elsevier Academic Press. TJ163.9 D3  
7 J.W. Tester, Drake, E.M.,  Driscoll, M.J., Golay,  M.W. & Peters, W. A. (2006).  Sustainable energy. Cambridge, Mass. :  MIT Press. TJ808 S85  

 

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ED72.12 Energy Statistics and Energy Demand Forecasting Aumnad Phdungsilp
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Donnelly, W.A.(1987). The econometrics of energy demand : a survey of applications. New York : Praeger. HD9502 A2 D67  
2 Girod, J., Bourbonnais, B. & Keppler, H. (eds.). (2006). The econometrics of energy systems. London : Palgrave Macmillan. Not available  
3 Gujarati, D. & Porter, D. (2009). Basic econometrics. (5th ed). New York :  McGraw-Hill/Irwin. HB139 G84 1995  
4 International Energy Agency (IEA).  (2008). Energy balances of non-OECD countries. Paris : OECD/IEA. Not available  
5 International Energy Agency (IEA). (2008).  Energy statistics of OECD Countries. Paris : IEA. Not available  
6 Maddala, G. S. (2001). Introduction to econometrics. (3rd ed). New York :  John Wiley & Sons. HB139 M353 1992  
7 Pindyck, R. S. & Rubinfeld, D. L. (1998). Econometric models and economic forecasts.  (4th ed.). New York : McGraw-Hill. HB3730 P54 1998  

 

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ED72.30 Energy, Environment and Climate Change: Issues and Strategies Sivanappan Kumar
Shobhakar Dhakal
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Watson, R.T.,  Zinyowera, M.C. and  Moss, R. H. (eds.). (1996).  Technologies, policies, and measures for mitigating climate change. [S.l.] : Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. QC981.8 C5 I58  
2 Harvey, L. D. D. (2000). Climate and global environmental change. Harlow, Eng. : Prentice Hall.
QC981.8 C5 H27  
3 Nordhaus, W. D. (1994). Managing the global commons : the economics of climate change. Ca,brodge : The MIT Press. Not available  
4 Pearson, C. S. (2000). Economics and the global environment. Cambridge :  Cambridge University Press. Not available  
5 Cline, W. R. (1992). The economics of global warming. Washington, D. C. :  Institute for International Economics. Not available  
6 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). (1998). Kyoto protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. New York :  UNFCCC Secretariat. K3585 K96  
7 Nakicenovic, N. (2000). Special report on emission scenarios. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press. TD885.5 G73 S7  
8 Grubb, M., Vrolijk, C. & Brack, D. (1999). The Kyoto protocol. London :  Earthscan. Not available  

 

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ED72.26 Environmental Policy and Management of Energy Systems Shobhakar Dhakal
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Cline, W. R. (1992). Economics of global warming. Washington :  Institute for International Economics. HC79 A4 C55  
2 Masters, G. (1991). Introduction to environmental engineering and science.  Upper Saddle River, NJ : Prentice Hall. TD145 M33 1999i  
3 Tietenberg, T. (2002). Environmental and natural resource economics. (6th ed.) Reading, MA : Pearson Addison Wesley. HC79 E5 T525 2000 ; HC79 E5 T525 2006  
4 Hobbs, B. F. & Meier, P. (2000). Energy decisions and the environment : a guide to the use of multicriteria methods. Boston :  Kluwer Academic Publishers. Not available  

 

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ED72.37 Integrated Approach to Energy Auditing Brahmanand Mohanty
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Thumann, A. (2008). Handbook of energy audits. (7th ed.). Lilburn, GA : Fairmont Press. TJ163.245 T48 1998 (5th ed.)  
2 Wulfinghoff, D. R. (1999). Energy efficiency manual. n.p. :  Energy Institute Press. Not available  
3 Turner, W. C.  &  Doty, S. (2006). Energy management handbook. (6th ed.).  The Fairmont Press, Inc. Not available  
4 Kreith, F.  & Goswami, D. Y. (ed.).  (2008).  Energy management and conservation handbook. CRC Press Not available  

 

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ED72.08 Power Distribution Systems   Jai Govind Singh
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Burke, J. J. (1994). Power distribution engineering : fundamentals and applications. New York : Marcel Dekker. TK3001 B87  
2 Pansini, A.J. (1992). Electrical distribution engineering.  Lilburn, Ga. : Fairmont Press. TK3001 P28 1992  
3 Burke, J. J. (1994). Power distribution engineering.  New York : Marcel Dekker. TK3001 B87  
4 Dugan, R. C. (1996). Electrical power systems quality. New York : McGraw-Hill Co. TK1010 D84 2003  
5 Ladervi, E. & Holmes, D. J. (1998). Electricity distribution network design. (2nd ed.). London : Peter Peregrinus.  TK3081 L35 1995  
6 Ghosh, A. & Ledwich, G. (2002).  Power quality enhancement using custom power devices. Boston, MA : Kluwer Academic Pub. TK1010 G46  
7 Pabla, A. S. (2004). Electric power distribution. (5th ed.). New Delhi :  TATA McGraw Hill. TK3001 P33 1997  

 

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ED72.07 Power System Design and Operation   Jai Govind Singh
Weerakorn Ongsakul
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Deshpande, D. V. (1993). Electrical power system design. New Delhi :  Tata McGraw Hill. TK3221 D47 1984a  
2 Gonen, T. (1988). Electric power transmission system engineering.  New York : John Wiley & Sons. TK3001 G583  
3 Kundur, P. (1993). Power system stability and control. New York :  McGraw Hill. Not available  
4 Nagarath, I.J. & Kathari, D.P. (1994.).  Power systems engineering. New Delhi : Tata McGraw Hill. Not available  
5 Flood, J. E. & Cochrane, P. (1991).  Transmission system. Herts, U. K. : Peter Peregrinus on behalf of the Institution of Electrical Engineers. TK5101 T73  
6 Greenwood, A. (1991). Electrical transients in power systems. New York :  John Wiley. Not available  
7 Miller, R. H. & Malinowshi, J. H. (1994). Power system operation. New York : McGraw Hill Inc. Not available  
8 Wang, X. & McDonald, J. R. (1994).  Modern power system planning. London : McGraw Hill.  Not available  
9 Weedy, B. M. & Cory, B. C. (1998). Electric Power Systems. (4th ed.) New York : Wiley. Not available  
10 Glover, J. D. & Sarma, M. S. (2002).  Power system analysis and design.  Boston : PWS Pub. TK1005 G57 1994  
11 Kothari, D. P. & Nagrath, I. J. (2004). Modern power systems analysis. New York : McGraw Hill.    

 

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ED72.9027 Selected Topic: Carbon Markets and Carbon Finance Shobhakar Dhakal
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Tietenberg, T. H. (2006). Emissions trading : principles and practice. Washington, DC : Resources for the Future. HC110 A4 T54 2006  
2 Chevallier, J. (2012). Econometric analysis of carbon markets : the European Union Emissions trading scheme and the clean development mechanism.  Springer. Not available  
3 Newell, W. A.P. & Raimi, D. (2012). Carbon markets : past, present, and future. (Discussions paper, Resources for Future, December 2012) (RFF DP 12-51). Not available  
4 Seppänen , S. (et al.). (2013). Demand in a fragmented global carbon market : outlook and policy options. Nordic Council of Ministers.  http://dx.doi.org/10.6027/TN2013-525, TemaNord 2013:525  Not available  
5 Fostering carbon markets investment in REDD : final report. (2009).  Meridian Institute and ICF Consulting. Not available  
6 Bayon, R., Hawn, A. & Hamilton, K. (eds.) (2009). Voluntary carbon markets : an international business guide to what they are and how they work. Katherine Hamilton :  CRC Press. Not available  
7 Brohe, A., Eyre, N. & Howarth, N. (2009). Carbon markets : an international business guide. Earthscan. Not available  
8 Kollmuss, A., Lazarus, M., Lee, C. & LeFranc, M. (2010). Handbook of carbon offset programs : trading systems, funds, protocols and standards. Routledge. Not available  
9 Michaelowa, A. (2012). Carbon markets or climate finance? : low carbon and adaptation investment choices for the developing world.  Routledge. Not available  
10 Garcia, Bryan & Roberts, Eric (ed.) (2009). Carbon finance : environmental market solutions to climate change.Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies. Not available  
11 Stewart, R. B., Kingsbury, B. & Rudyk, B. (eds.). (2009). Climate finance : regulatory and funding strategies for climate change and global development. New York : New York University Press. Not available  
12 Nakhooda, S. (2013). The effectiveness of international climate finance. UK : Overseas Development Institute. Not available  
13 Labatt, S. & White, R. (2007). Carbon finance : the financial implications of climate change.  Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons. HC79 P75 L33  

 

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ED72.9024 Selected Topic: Energy Management System   Brahmanand Mohanty
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 International Organization for Standardization. (2010). Draft international standard ISO 50001: energy management systems : requirements with guidance for use. Not available  
2 Federal Ministry of the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BM) (2012). Energy management systems in practice : a guide for companies and organisations. Not available  
3 Sustainable Energy Ireland (SEI). (2009) I.S. EN 16001:2009. Energy management systems : requirements with guidance for use. Not available  
4 The Hong Kong Electronic Industries Association (HKEIA). (2013). Guidebook for ISO 50001 energy management system. Not available  

 

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ED72.9020 Selected Topic: Rational Use of Energy in Buildings  P. Abdul Salam
Brahmanand Mohanty

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Field of Study: Environmental Engineering and Management 
ED78.37 Air Pollution Engineering and Management   Nguyen Thi Kim Oanh

No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Wark, K., Warner, C. F. & Davis, T. W. (2003). Air pollution : its origin and control. New York :  Harper & Row. TD883 W28 1998  
2 Pleije, Hakan. (2009). Air pollution and climate change : two sides of the same coin?. Gothenburg, Sweden : Swedish Environmental Protection Agency and the Authors. QC981.8 C5 A47  
3 Seinfeld, J. H.& Pandis, S. N. (2006).  Atmospheric chemistry and physics : from air pollution to climate change. New York : Willey-Interscience. QC879.6 S45 2006  
4 Godish, T. (1991).  Indoor air pollution control.  Chelsea, Mich. : Lewis Pub. TD883.1 G63  
5 N.T. Kim Oanh. (1996). Meteorological aspects of air pollution :  module 2 of the course SEN 634: Air and Noise Pollution Control. Australia :  Deakin University. Not available  
6 Wight, G. D. (1994). Fundamentals of air sampling. New York :  Lewis. TD890 W54  
7 Noll, K. E. (1999). Fundamentals of air quality systems : design of air pollution control devices. Annapolis, MD : American Academy of Environmental Engineers. TD889 N645  

 

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ED78.22 Air Pollution Modeling and Applications


No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Zannetti, P. (1990). Air pollution modeling : theories, computational methods and available software. Not available  
2 Beychok, M.R. (1994). Fundamentals of stack gas dispersion. (3rd ed.). Irvine, Calif. : s.n. TD885 B49 1994   
3 Walk, K., Warner, C. F. & Davis, T. W. (1998). Air pollution : its origin and control. New York : Harper & Row. TD883 W28 1998  
4 Schnelle, K. B. , Jr.& Dey, P. R.  (1999). Atmospheric dispersion modeling compliance guide. Not available  
5 Turner, B. (1994). Workbook of atmospheric dispersion estimates : an introduction to dispersion modeling. (2nd ed.) Lewis Pub. Not available  
6 Stern, A. C. (1976). Air pollution. (3rd ed.). Vol. 1. New York : Academic Press. Not available  
7 N.T. Kim Oanh. (1996). Meteorological aspects of air pollution and dispersion modeling : module 2 of SEN634 - air and noise pollution control. Australia : Deakin University. Not available  

 

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ED78.36 Drinking Water Treatment Chettiyappan Visvanathan


No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Vigneswaran, S. & Visvanathan, C. (1995). Water treatment processes : simple options. Boca Raton, Fla. : CRC Press.  TD430 V54   
2 Droste, R. L. (2005). Theory & practice of water & wastewater treatment. New York :  John Wiley & Sons.
Not available  
3 Website Lecture Notes: http://203.159.8.151/ed0813/ Not available  
4 Metcalf & Eddy. (2003). Wastewater engineering : treatment, disposal and reuse. New York :  McGraw-Hill.  Not available  

 

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ED78.01 Environmental Chemistry & Laboratory Oleg Shipin


No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Sawyer, C.N.,  Parkin, G. F. &  McCarty, P.L. (1994). Chemistry for environmental engineering. New York : McGraw-Hill. QD31.2 S28 1978  
2 Eaton, A. D…. (et.al.)(eds.). (1992). Standard methods for the examination of water and wastewater. Washington, D.C. : American Public Health Association. QD142 A53 2005  

 

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ED78.23 Hazardous Waste Technology and Management   Ajit P. Annachhatre
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Zannetti, P. (1990). Air pollution modeling : theories, computational methods and available software. Not available  
2 Beychok, M.R. (1994). Fundamentals of stack gas dispersion. (3rd ed.). Irvine, Calif. : s.n. TD885 B49 1994   
3 Walk, K., Warner, C. F. & Davis, T. W. (1998). Air pollution : its origin and control. New York : Harper & Row. TD883 W28 1998  
4 Schnelle, K. B. , Jr.& Dey, P. R.  (1999). Atmospheric dispersion modeling compliance guide. Not available  
5 Turner, B. (1994). Workbook of atmospheric dispersion estimates : an introduction to dispersion modeling. (2nd ed.) Lewis Pub. Not available  
6 Stern, A. C. (1976). Air pollution. (3rd ed.). Vol. 1. New York : Academic Press. Not available  
7 N.T. Kim Oanh. (1996). Meteorological aspects of air pollution and dispersion modeling : module 2 of SEN634 - air and noise pollution control. Australia : Deakin University. Not available  

 

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ED78.25 Principles of Cleaner Production   Ajit P. Annachhatre
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Rossiter, A. P. (1995). Waste minimization through process design. New York : McGraw Hill. Not available  
2 Nemerow, N. L. (1995). Zero pollution for industry : waste minimization through industrial complexes. New York :  John Wiley & Sons. Not available  
3 Modak,P.,  Visvanathan, C. & Parasnis, M. (1997). Cleaner production audit. Pathumthani : ENSIC, AIT. (Review No: 32). Not available  
4 United Nations Environment Programme. (1996). Cleaner production training manual. Not available  
5 UNEP. (1994). Industry and environment. Not available  
6 UNEP. (1991) Company environmental reporting : a measure of the progress of business & industry towards sustainable development. Paris : UNEP/IE. (Audit and Reduction Manual for Industrial Emissions and Wastes) (Tech. Report No. 7.)
TD194 U53 no. 24  

 

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ED78.9030 Selected Topic: Environmentally Sound Management of Hazardous Wastes/Chemicals - An Introduction to International Conventions Kare Helge Karstensen
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ED78.07 Solid Waste Management Thammarat Koottatep
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Tchobanoglous, G…. (et al). (1993).  Integrated solid waste management : engineering principles and management issues. New York :  McGraw Hill. TD791 T37  
2 ISWA (eds). (1996). Solid waste management for economically developing countries. James & James. Not available  
3 James & James (eds). (1996). Management of urban biodegradable wastes.  Not available  
4 McBean, E. A….(et al). (1995). Solid waste landfill engineering and design. Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall. TD795.7 M39  

 

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ED78.35 Wastewater Treatment Ajit P. Annachhatre
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Metcalf & Eddy, Tchobanaglous, G. & Burton, F. L. & Stensel, H. David. (2003). Wastewater engineering : treatment and reuse.  (4th ed.). New York : McGraw-Hill.  TD645 W293 2003  
2 Bailey, J. E. & Ollis, D. F. (1986).  Biochemical engineering fundamentals. (2nd ed.). New York : McGrawHill. TP248.3 B34 1986  
3 Sawyer, C. N., Parkin, G. F. &  McCarty, P. L. (2008). Chemistry for environmental engineering. New Yokr : McGraw-Hill. TD193 S28 2003  
4 Henze, M., Harremoes, P., Jansen, J. L. C. & Arvin, E. (1997). Wastewater treatment : biological and chemical processes. (2nd ed.) Berlin : Springer-Verlag. TD745 S6413 2002  

 

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Field of Study: Food Engineering and Bioprocess Technology 
ED73.03 Bioprocess Technology Anil Kumar Anal
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Doran, P. M. (2000). Bioprocess engineering principles. Amsterdam : Elsevier. TP248.3 D672 2013  
2 Blanch, H. W. & Clark, D. S. (1996).  Biochemical engineering. New York : Marcel Dekker. TP248.3 B625  
3 Bailey, J. E. & Ollis, D.F. (1986.) Fundamentals of biochemical engineering. New York : McGraw-Hill. Not available  
4 Shuler, M.L. & Kargi, F. (2002). Bioprocess ngineering : basic concepts. Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall. TP248.3 S58 2002  
5 Lyderson, B.K., D’elia, N.A. & Nelson, K.L. (1994).  Bioprocess engineering : systems, equipment and facilities. New York : John Wiley & Sons. Not available  
6 Stanbury, P. F.,.  Whitaker, A. &  Hall, S.J. (2003). Principles of fermentation technology. Butterworth Heinemann. Not available  

 

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ED73.01 Food Process Engineering Loc Thai Nguyen
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Toledo, R. T. (2006). Fundamentals of food process engineering. (3rd ed). Gaithersburg, Md. : Aspen Pub. TP371 T64 1999  
2 Fellows, P. (2000). Food processing technology : principles and practices. (2nd ed).  Chichester, Eng. : Ellis Horwood. Not available  
3 Geankoplis, C. J. (1993). Transport processes and unit operations. (3rd ed). Prentice Hall. Not available  
4 Heldman, D. R. & Hartel, R.W. (1997). Principles of food processing. London : Chapman & Hall. TP370 H445  
5 Singh, R. P. & Heldman, R. D. (1993). Introduction to food engineering. (2nd ed.). London : Academic Press. TP370 S456 1993  

 

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ED73.10 Food Process Engineering Laboratory Athapol Noomhorm
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Sharma, S.K., Mulvaney, S. J. & Rizvi, S. H. (2000).  Food process engineering. New York :  A John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Not available  
2 Singh, R.P. & Heldman, D. R. (1993).  Introduction to food engineering.  (2nd ed.). London : Academic Press Inc. TP370 S456 1993  
3 Holdsworth, S. D. (1997). Thermal processing of packaged food. London : Blackie Academic. TP371.2 H66  
4 Gaonkar, A. G. (1995). Food processing recent developments. Amsterdam, The Netherlands : Elsevier. Not available  
5 Fryer, P.J., Pyle, D.L. & Rielly, C. D. (1997). Chemical engineering for the food industry. London : Blackie Academic & Professional. Not available  

 

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ED73.9002 Selected Topic: Processing Effects on Functional Components of Foods   Anil Kumar Anal
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Yildiz, F. (ed.). (2010). Advances in food biochemistry. Boca Raton, FL : Taylor & Francis. TP248.65 F66 A355  
2 Ortega-Rivas, E. (ed.). ( 2010). Processing effects on safety and quality of foods. Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press. TP373.5 P76  
3 Hui, Y. H. (2006).  Food biochemistry and food processing. CRC Press. Not available  
4 Walstra, P. (et al.). (1999). Dairy technology : principles of milk, properties and processes. New York :  Marcel Dekker, Inc. Not available  
5 Mattila-Sandholm, T. & Saarela, M. (ed.). (2003). Functional dairy products. Cambridge, Eng. : Woodhead. Not available  
6 Du, Min, & McCormick, Richard J. (2009). Applied muscle biology and meat science. Boca Raton, FL. : CRC Press. TS1955 A67  
7 Fellow, P. (1990). Food processing technology : principles and practices. Chichester, Eng. : Ellis Horwood. Not available  
8 Sikorskei, Z.E. (2006). Chemical and functional properties of food components. (3rd ed). Boca Raton, FL :  CRC Press. Not available  
9 Agchi, D.B.,  Lau, F. C. & Ghosh, D.K. (2010).  Biotechnology in functional foods and neutraceuticals.   Not available  

 

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Field of Study: Gender and Development Studies 
ED75.01 Gender and Development : Principles and Concepts Kyoko Kusakabe
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Geetha, V. (2002). Gender. Calcutta, India : Stree. HQ1075 G44  
2 Jackson, C. & Pearson, R.  (eds.). (1998) Feminist visions of development: gender analysis and policy. London : Routledge. HQ1240 F464  
3 Jaquette, J.S. & Summerfield, G.  (eds.). (2006). Women and gender equity in development theory and practice : institutions, resources and mobilization. Durham, N. C. :  Duke University press. HQ1240 W6514  
4 Momsen, J.H. (2004). Gender and development.  London : Routledge. HQ1240.5 D44 M657 ; HQ1240.5 D44 M657 2010  
5 Connell, R.W. (2008) Gender. Cambridge, UK : Polity. HQ1075 C658 2002f  
6 Tinker, I. (1990). Persistent inequalities: women and world development. New York : Oxford university press HQ1240 P48  
7 Rai, S.M. (2002). Gender and the political economy of development. Cambridge : Polity Press. HQ1240 R35  
8 Nagy, S. & Biber, H. (eds.) (2007). Handbook of feminist research: theory and praxis.  Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage publication. HQ1180 H35 ; HQ1180 H35 2012  
9 Agarwal, B. (1994). A field of one's own : gender and land rights in South Asia. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.  HD860.3 Z63 A35  
10 Kothari, U. (ed.). (2005). A radical history of development studies. Cap Town, South Africa : David Philip. HD78 R33  

 

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ED75.03 Gender, Enterprise and Organizations Kyoko Kusakabe
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Staveren, I. van, Elson, D., Grown, C. & Cagatay, N.  (2007). The feminist economics of trade. London : Routledge. HQ1381 F464  
2 Mehrotra, S. & Biggeri, M. (eds.) (2007). Asian informal workers : global risks, local protection. Abingdon : Routledge. HD2336 A78 A85  
3 Standing, G. (1999). Global labour flexibility : seeking distributive justice.  Macmillan Press. Not available  
4 Wright, M.W. (2006). Disposable women and other myths of global capitalism.  Routledge. Not available  
5 Jenkins, R., Pearson, R. &Seyfang, G.  (2002). Corporate responsibility and labour rights : codes of conduct in the global economy. London :  Earthscan. HD60 C639  
6 Ely, R. J., Foldy, E. G.,  Scully, M. A.  (2003). Reader in gender, work, and organization. Malden, MA : Blackwell publishing. HD6060.6 R425  
7 Rao, A., Stuart, R. & Kelleher, D. (1999). Gender at work : organizational change for equality. West Hartford, Conn. : Kumarian press. Not available  
8 Goetz, A. M.  (2001). Women development workers : implementing rural credit programmes in Bangladesh. Thousand Oaks, Calif. :  Sage. HQ1240.5 B36 G63  
9 Dignard, L. & Havet, J. (1995). Women in micro- and small-scale enterprise development. Westview press. Not available  
10 Seligmann, L. (ed.). (2001). Women traders in cross-cultural perspective : mediating identities, marketing wares. Stanford, Calif. : Stanford U. HF4055 W66  

 

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ED75.08 New Technologies, Industrialisation and Gender Philippe Doneys
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Davids, T. & van Driel, F. (eds). The gender question in globalization.  Aldershot, Hants. : Ashgate, 2005. HQ1155 G45  
2 Fox, M.F. … (et al.). (eds.). (2006). Women, เender and technology. Urbana, Il: University of Illinois Press. HQ1178 W68  
3 Cecilia, N. & Mitter, S. (eds.). (2004). "Gender in the information society" Special Issue Journal of Gender Technology and Development, January – April, Vol.8 No.1. Not available  
4 Cecilia, N. & Mitter, S. (eds.). (2005). Gender and the digital economy : perspective from the developing world. New Delhi : Sage. HQ1240.5 D44 G463  
5 DAW. (2005). Gender equality and empowerment of women through ICT, women 2000 and beyond.  UNITED NATIONS, Division for the Advancement of Women, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, September 2005 Not available  
6 Huyer, Sophia and Sikoska, Tatjana (2003), Overcoming the Gender Digital Divide: Understanding ICTs and their Potential for the Empowerment of Women, (INSTRAW Research Paper Series no. 1, April 2003)  Not available  
7 Kaur, A. (ed.). (2005). Women workers in industrializing Asia : costed, not valued. Houndsmills, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. Not available  
8 McKay, Steve (2002). “Hard drives and glass ceilings : gender stratification in high-tech production” paper presented at SSSP Annual Meeting, 15 August.  Not available  
10 Mitter, S. (2001). Asia women in the digital economy : policies for participation. Kuala Lumpur : United Nations Development Programme. Not available  
11 United Nations University.  (1998). Globalisation, technological change and women workers in Asia. Maastricht : The Institute of Technologies. United Nations University. HD6053 R43  
12 Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) & Oxfam. (2005). Gender and ICTs for development : a global sourcebook. KIT Publishers and Oxfam GB. Not available  
13 Wajcman, J. (1991). Feminism confronts technology. Cambridge : Polity Press. Not available  

 

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ED75.9010 Selected Topic: Gender and Development Communication Joyee S. Chatterjee
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Cornwall, A., Harrison, E., Whitehead, A. (eds.). (2007). Feminisms in development : contradictions, contestations & challenges. London : Zed books HQ1240 F463  
2 Costanza-Chock, S. (2014). Out of the shadows, into the streets! Transmedia organizing and the Immigrant Rights Movement. Cambridge.  MA  : MIT Press.  Not available Link
3 Escobar, A. (1994). Encountering development : the making and unmaking of the Third World. Princeton University Press  Not available  
4 Wilkins, K. G., Tufte, T. & Obregon, R. (eds.). (2014). The handbook of development communication and social change.  Chichester : John Wiley & Sons. Not available  
5 Kabeer, N. (1994). Reversed realities: gender hierarchies in development thought. London : Verso. HQ1240 K33  
6 Schech, S., & Haggis, J. (2000). Culture and development : a critical introduction. Malden, MA : Blackwell. Not available  
7 Servaes (ed.).  (2008). Communication for development and social change. (2nd ed.) SAGE. Not available  
8 Singhal, A., Cody, M. J., Rogers, E. M., & Sabido, M. (2004). Entertainment-education and social change : history, research, and practice (Introduction). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. Not available  

 

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ED75.9011 Selected Topic: Gender and Social Research Methods Part 1 Julaikha B. Hossain
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Bryman, A. (2004). Social research methods. (2nd ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Not available  
2 Catherine Marshall and Michele Young. (2009). Gender and methodology” in The Sage Handbook of Gender and Education. Sage Publications, 2009. Not available  
3 Healey, J. (2005). Statistics : a tool for social research. (7th ed.). Belmont: Thomson Wadsworth. Not available  
4 Hesse-Biber, S. N. & Leavy,  P. L. (2007).  Feminist research practice :  a primer. Thousand Oaks: Sage. HQ1180 H47  
5 INSTRAW Gender research: A how-to guide. (2009).  Available at: www.un-instraw.org. Not available Link
6 Ramazonoglu, C. & Holland, J. (2004). Feminist methodology : challenges and choice. London: Sage. HQ1180 R35 2002  

 

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Field of Study: Natural Resources Management 
ED76.01 Ecological Principles for Natural Resources Management   To Be Announced
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Richards, P. W.  (1996).  The tropical rain forest :  : an ecological study. (2nd ed). Cambridge : Cambridge University Press. QK938 R34 R53 1996  
2 Whitmore, T. C. (1998).  An introduction to tropical tain forests. Oxford : Oxford University Press. QH541.5 R27 W45 1998  
3 Ricklefs, R. E., Miller, G. L. (2000).  Ecology. (4th ed.). New York : W.H. Freeman. QH541 R53 2000  
4 Magurran, A. E. (1988). Ecological diversity and its measurement. Princeton : Princeton University Press. QH75 M32  
5 Pancel, L. (ed.). (1993). Tropical forestry handbook. Springer-Verlag. Not available  
6 Wickramanayake, E. …(et al.). (2002). Terrestrial ecoregions of the Indo-Pacific. Washington, D.C. :  Island Press. Not available  

 

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ED76.17 Geospatial Techniques in Natural Resources Management   Rajendra Prasad Shrestha
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Morain, S. (ed). 1999. GIS Solutions in natural resource management: balancing the technical political equation. Onward Press Not available  
2 Wilkie, D. S. & Finn, J. T. (1996). Remote sensing imagery for natural resources monitoring : a guide for first-time users. New York : Columbia University Press. G70.4 W438  
3 Burrough, P.A. & McDonnel, R. A. (1998). Principles of geographic information systems. Oxford :  Oxford University Press. G70.212 B87  
4 Lo, C.P.& A. K. W. Yeung, (2003). Concepts and techniques of geographic information systems, Prentice Hall of India Pvt. Ltd.  G70.212 L627 (2002)  
5 DeMers, M.N. (2005). Fundamentals of geographic information systems.  New York : John Wiley. G70.212 D46 2005 ; G70.212 D46 2009  

 

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ED76.05 Integrated Land Use Management Systems   Clemens Grunbuhel
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Nair, P. K. R. (1993). An introduction to agroforestry. Dordrecht, The Netherlands : Kluwer Academic Pub. Not available  
2 Buck, L. E. ... et al. (1998).  Agroforestry in sustainable agricultural systems. Boca Raton, Fla. : CRC Press. S494.5 A5 A375123  
3 Schroth, G. ... et al. (eds). (2004). Agroforestry and biodiversity conservation in tropical landscapes. Washington : Island Press. S494.5 A45 A3535  
4 Cairns, M.  (ed.). (2007).  Voices from the Forest: Integrating Indigenous Knowledge into Sustainable Upland Farming. RFF Press, 2007 Not available  

 

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ED76.13 Natural Resources Degradation and Conservation Rajendra Prasad Shrestha
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Agassi, M. (Ed.). 1996. Soil erosion, conservation and rehabilitation. New York : Marcel Dekker. S623 S5735  
2 Bridges, E.M., Hannam, I.D., Oldeman, L.R.,  de Vries, F.E.W.T.P.,  Scherr, S.J. & Sombatpanit, S. (2001). (eds.). Response to Land degradation. New Delhi : Oxford & Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.  S623 R436  
3 FAO. (1996). Land husbandry: components and strategy. Rome : FAO.  S623 R55  
4 Goudie, A. (2001.) The human impact on the natural environment. Cambridge : The MIT Press. GF75 G68 2000b  
5 Randolph, J. (2004). Environmental land use planning and management. Washington : Island Press. Not available  
6 Stocking, M.A. & Murnaghan, N. (2001). Handbook for the field assessment of land degradation. London : Earthscan Pub. S623 S76  

 

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ED76.02 Natural Resources Management Issues in Asia A: 
Rajendra Prasad Shrestha
Clemens Grunbuhel
Damien Jourdain

No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Bridges, E.M.,Hannam, I.D.,  Oldeman, L.R., de Vries, F.W.T.P.,  Scherr, S.J. & Sombatpanit, S. (eds.). (2001). . Response to land degradation. Enfield, N.H. : Science Pub.   S623 R436  
2 State of Environment Reports (Subregional, e.g. South Asia, Mekong Region and National, e.g. Vietnam, Laos, Bangladesh, Nepal, India). Not available  
3 Shengji, P. (1996). Banking on biodiversity : report on the regional consultation on biodiversity assessment in the Hindukush-Himalayas. Kathmandu :  ICIMOD. Not available  
4 Contreras-Hermosilla, A. (2000).  The underlying causes of forest decline.  Bogo. (CIFOR Occasional Paper ;  No. 30.). Not available  
5 Jodha, N. S. (1995).  "The Nepal middle mountains", in: Kasperson, J. X... et al. (eds.). Regions at Risk: Comparisons of Threatened Environments. Tokyo : United Nations University. TD194.5 R44  

 

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ED76.14 Society and Natural Resource Management Clemens Grunbuhel
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1  Shivakoti, G. P., Douglas, V., Wai Fung Lam, Ostrom, E.,  Pradhan, U. & Yoder, R. (eds.). (2005). Asian irrigation in transition : responding to challenges. New Delhi : Sage.  HD1741 A78 A85  
2 Webb, E. & Shivakoti, G. (ed.). (2008). Decentralization, forests and rural communities : policy outcomes in South and SoutheastAsia. New Delhi : Sage HD1741 A78 A85  
3 Bromley, Daniel. (1992). Making the commons work : theory, practice, and policy. San Francisco : ICS Press.  Not available  
4 Hirsch, P., & Warren, C. (1998). The politics of environment in Southeast Asia : resources and resistance. London : Routledge.  Not available  
5 Gibson, C. C., McKean, M. A. &  Ostrom, E.  (eds.). (2000). People and forests : communities, institutions, and governance. The MIT Press.  Not available  
6 Ostrom, E. (1990). Governing the commons : the evolution of institutions for collective action. New York : Cambridge University Press.  Not available  
7 Ostrom, E.,  Dietz, T., Dolsak, N., Stern, P. C., Stonich, S. & Weber, E. U. (eds.). (2002). The drama of the commons. Wasington, D. C: National Academic Press.  Not available  
8  Ascher, W. (1995). Communities and sustainable forestry in developing countries. San Francisco, California : Institute for Contemporary Studies.  Not available  
9 Berkes, F. (ed.). (1989). Common property resources : ecology and community-based sustainable development. London :  Belhaven Press.  Not available  
10 Mitchell, B. (2002). Resource and environmental management. (2nd ed.). Harlow, Eng. : Pearson Education. GE300 M58 2002  
11 Ritchie ... et al. (2000). Criteria and indicators of sustainability in community managed forest landscapes. Bogor : Center for International Forestry Research. Not available  

 

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Field of Study: Regional and Rural Development Planning 
ED77.08 Agricultural Development Planning Goal Bahadur Thapa
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Norton, R. D. (2004).  Agricultural development policy : concepts and experiences. Chichester :  John Wiley. HD1415 N88  
2 Pretty, J. (ed.). (2005). The earthscan reader in sustainable agriculture. London :  Earthscan. Not available  
3 Ellis, F. (1992).  Agricultural policies in developing countries. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press. HD1417 E45  
4 Scoones, I. & Thompson, J. (eds.). Beyond farmer first. London :  Intermediate Technology. S540 A2 B49  

 

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ED77.06 Regional Planning Techniques   Jayant Kumar Routray
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Berry, B. J. L,  Conkling, E.C.  & Ray, D. M. (1976). The geography of economic systems. Engle Wood Cliffs, N. J : Prentice Hall. HF1025 B455  
2 Smith, D. M. (1981). Industrial location : an economic geographical analysis. (2nd ed.). New York : Wiley. Not available  
3 International Cartographic Association. (1984). Basic cartography, Vol. I & II, . London : Elsevier Applied Science Pub GA105.3 B38  
4 Haggett, P., Cliff, A. & Frey, A. (1977). Locational analysis in human geography. (2nd ed.). London : Edward Arnold. HB1951 H3 1977  
5 Isard, W. (1972). Methods of regional analysis an introduction to regional science. New York : Wiley. HD58 I72 (1960)  
6 Muchreke, P. (1986). Map use : reading, analysis and interpretation.  Redlands, Calif. : ESRI Press Academic.  GA105.3 M83 2012  
7 Bendavid-Val, 1983. Regional and local economic analysis for practioners.  New York : Praeger. Not available  
8 Routray, J. K. (1990). Data base : an aid to GIS application for decentralized micro-Level planning in developing countries : indian Experience. Bangkok : Division of Human Settlements Development, Asian Institute of Technology.  HD111 A83 no. 34  
9 ESCAP. (1975). Guidelines for preparing subnational population projections. Bangkok : UNESCAP. HB850.5 A73 U5 no. 32  

 

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ED77.01 Rural and Regional Development   Mokbul Morshed Ahmad
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Haynes, J. (2008). Development studies. Cambridge : Polity Press. Not available  
2 Willis, K. (2005). Theories and practices of development. London: Routledge. Not available  
3 Kingsbury, D… (et al.). (2004). Key issues in development. London : Palgrave. Not available  
4 Haynes, J. (2008). Development studies. Cambridge : Polity. Not available  
5 Ridge, T. & Wright, S. (2008). Understanding inequality, poverty and wealth : policies and prospects. Bristol : The policy Press. Not available  
6 Forsyth, T. (2005). Encyclopedia of international development. London : Routledge.  Not available  
7 Odekon, M. (2006). Encyclopedia of world poverty. London : Sage Pub. HV12 E54  

 

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ED77.02 Social Research Methods in Development Planning Soparth Pongquan
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Gomm, R. (ed.). (2008).  Social research methodology : a critical introduction. (2nd ed.) New York :  Palgrave Macmillan. Not available  
2 Stark, R. & Roberts, L. (2002).  Contemporary social research methods. (3rd  ed.) Belmont : Wadsworth/Thomson Learning.
HM48 S73 2002  
3 Neuman, W. L. (2000). Social research methods : qualitative and quantitative approaches. (4th ed.). Boston :  Allyn and Bacon. HM571 N48 2000  
4 Strauss, A. L. & Corbin, J. M. (1998). Basics of qualitative research : techniques and procedures for developing grounded theory. (2nd ed.).  Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Pub. HA29 S823 1998  
5 Williams, F. & Monge, P. R. (2000). Reasoning with statistics : how to     read quantitative research. (5th ed.).  Wadsworth. Not available  
6 Denzin, N. K. & Lincoln, Y. S. (2000). Handbook of qualitative research. (2nd ed.). Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Publications. H62 H2455  
7 Sirken, M. G.,  Herrmann, D. J.,  Schechter, S. & Tourangeau, R. (1999). Cognition and survey research. Wiley-Interscience. Not available  
8 Patton, M. Q. (2002). Qualitative research and evaluation methods. (3rd ed.).  Thousand Oaks, Calif. : Sage Pub. H62 P3218 2002  
9 Bickman, L. & Rog, D. J.  (eds.). (1997). Handbook of applied social research methods. Los Angeles : SAGE. H62 S2758 2008  
10 Creswell, J. W. (2009).  Research design : qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods approaches. (3rd ed.). Los Angeles, Calif. :  Sage Pub.                                                                  H62 C6963 2009  
11 Weber, K. E. & Abeyrama, T. (1992).  Observation-An effective alternative to oral communication : nine topical survey schedules. Bangkok : AIT.  HV4183 A8 no.9 (1988)  
13 Williams, F. & Monge, P. R. (2000).  Reasoning with statistics : how to read quantitative research. (5th ed.). Wadsworth. Not available  
14 Creswell, J. W. (2009). Research design : qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods approaches. (3rd ed.). Los Angeles :  Sage. H62 C6963 2009  
15 Weber, K. E.  & Tiwari, I. P. (1992).  Research and survey format design : an introduction. Bangkok :  HSD, AIT. HV4183 A8 no.23  
16 Levy, P.S. & Lemeshow, S. (1999). Sampling of populations : methods and applications. (3rd ed.).  Wiley-Interscience. Not available  
17 Corbett, M. & Roberts, L. (2002).  Social research : a micro case workbook. (3rd ed.). Wassworth Thomson Learning. Not available  
18 Crano, W. D. & Marilyn, B. (2002). Principle and methods of social research. (2nd ed.).  Brewer : Lawrence Erlbaum Association.
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Field of Study: Urban Environmental Management 
ED79.02 Urban Environmental Management (UEM) Research Methods and Techniques Sohee Minsun Kim
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Gilbert, N. (ed.). (2001). Researching social life. (2nd ed.) London :  Sage Pub.  HM511 R47 2001  
2 Blaikie, N. (2010). Designing social research. (2nd ed.). Oxford UK: Policy Press. H61 B47763 2010  
3 Diamantopoulos & Shlegelmilch, B. (1997). Taking the fear out of data analysis. The Dryden Press. Not available  
4 Creswell, J. W. (2009). Research design : qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods approached.  (3rd ed.).  London: Sage Pub. H62 C6963 2009  
5 Silverman, D. (2000).  Doing qualitative research : a practical handbook. London: Sage Publication. Not available  
6 Hammersley, M. (1992). What's wrong with ethnography. Routledge. Not available  
7 Erickson, B. & Nosanchuk, T.A. (1992). Understanding data. (2nd ed.) Open University Press.   HA29 E75  

 

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ED79.01 Urban Environmental Management Systems   Vilas Nitivattananon
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Barrow, C. J. (2006). Environmental management for sustainable development. London :  Routledge. GE300 B375 2006  
2 Sheldon, C. & Yoxon, M. (2006). Environmental management systems : a step by step guide to implementation and maintenance. London :  Earthscan. Not available  
3 Pugh, C. D. J., (ed.).  Sustainable cities in developing countries : theory and practice at the millennium. London :  Earthscan Pub. Not available  
4 GEFT. (2000). The US EPA environmental management system pilot program for local government entities, global environmental & technology foundation. Virginia. Not available  
5 Ravetz, J. (2001). City-region 2020 : integrated planning for a sustainable environment. London :  Earthscan Pub. Not available  
6 UNEP-ICLEI. (2002). Urban environmental management : environmental management system training resources kit. Nairobi : United Nations Environmental Program and The International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives. GE300 U54  

 

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ED79.03 Urban Planning and the Built-Environment Sohee Minsun Kim
No. Text/References Available Free Online
1 Eisner, S., Gallon, A. &  Eisner, S. (1993). The urban pattern. New York : Van Nostrand Reinhold. NA9031 E38 1993  
2 Stein, J. M.  (ed.). (1995). Classic readings in urban planning : an Introduction. New York :  McGraw Hill Inc.   HT167 C565  
3 Anderson, L. T. (1995). Guidelines for preparing urban plans. Chicago :  American Planning Association. HT167 A745  
4 Archibugi, F. (1977). The ecological city and the city effect : essays on the Urban Planning Requirements for the Sustainable City. Aldershot :  Ashgate Pub. HT241 A72  
5 Caminos, H. & Goethert, R. (1980).  Urbanization primer. Cambridge : MIT Press. HT169.5 C35  
6 Hall, P. & Pfeiffer, U. (2000). Urban future 21 : a global agenda for twenty-first century cities. London : E & FN Spon. HT151 H284  
7 Jenks, M. & Burgess, R. (eds.). (2000). Compact cities : sustainable urban forms for developing countries. London :  Spon Press. Not available  
8 Roseland, M.  (ed.). (1997). Eco-city dimensions: healthy communities, healthy planet. Gabriola Island, B.C., Canada : New Society Pub. HT241 E36  

 

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