Dr. Gobinda Bal

Room No. - 302
New Academic Block

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Gobinda Bal completed his M.Sc. M.Phil., and Ph.D. in Biodiversity & Conservation of Natural Resources from Department of Biodiversity and Conservation of Natural Resources, Central University of Odisha, Koraput. His doctoral research was primarily focused on Carbon sequestration, Soil Quality, Mangrove Ecology, Marine Biodiversity that played an important role for conservation and management of mangrove ecosystem. His research interests include ecological sustainability, conservation of biodiversity, and effect of climate change and mitigation on ecosystem.

Selected Publications

  1. Banerjee, K., Bal, G., Mallik, K. and Paul, R. (2021). Variation in sediment organiccarbon stock in Bhitarkanika wetlands, India. Indian Journal of Geo Marine Sciences. 50 (4), April 2021. Impact Factor 0.328
  2. Banerjee, K., Sahoo, C.K. Bal, G., Mallik, K., Paul, R. and Mitra, A. (2020). High Blue carbon stock in mangrove forests of Eastern India. Tropical Ecology. 61(1): 150-167.ISSN No.0266-4674; Impact Factor:1.280.
  3. Bal, G. and Banerjee, K. (2019). Carbon storage potential of tropical wetland forests of south Asia: A case study from Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary, India, Environment Monitoring and Assessment, Springer, 191(Suppl.3): 795, ISSN: 0167-6369; Impact Factor: 1.959.
  4. Agarwal, S., Banerjee, K., Pal, N., Mallik, K., Bal, G., Pramanick, P. and Mitra, A. (2017). Carbon sequestration by mangrove vegetations: A case study from Mahanadi mangrove wetland. Journal of Environmental Science, Computer Science and Engineering & Technology, 7(1): 16-29. ISBN: 2278–179X.
  5. Banerjee, K., Bal, G., Pal, N., Amin, G. and Mitra, A. (2017). Carbon Sequestration by Mangrove Vegetation: A Case Study from Odisha Bhitarkanika Wildlife Sanctuary (BWLS). Parana Journal of Science and Education, 3(4): 1–9. ISSN: 2447-6153.