CALL FOR VOLOUNTEERS
Project: Biodiversity assessment in the Upper Ganga Catchment in the Garhwal Himalaya, as part of a Cumulative Environmental Impact Assessment (CEIA) study of Hydropower Projects in the
Description of the project:
There is a major developmental initiative on foot in the Himalayan state of
This project aims to study the cumulative environmental effects of about 130 hydro-power plants in the
OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU
We require enthusiastic and motivated volunteers to assist our research team in executing the study. There is an excellent opportunity to explore the Garhwal Himalayas in the snow-clad mountains and glaciers and along the most beautiful mountain river-system of
2. Plant ecology
3. Plant taxonomy
4. GIS and remote sensing.
They will be provided with basic logistical support including tent accommodation in the field and transport during field visits and will be given opportunity to learn field techniques and methods used for the study in their chosen functional area. Minimum duration of volunteering is one month. A certificate will be issued to the candidate after successfully completion of their tenure.
If you think this is a great opportunity for you to explore the most majestic mountains of the world, send your CV and write why you are interested in this project. You will be contacted soon by one of us.
Sabyasachi Dasgupta, PhD;
Assistant Professor; Department of Forestry and NR,