What is Forest Entomology?
R S Bhandari: "Entomology is the scientific study of insects, a branch of zoology. Forest entomology also includes the management of insect pests that cause the degrading, defoliation, crown die-back or death of trees."
How I got into Forest Entomology?
R S Bhandari: "After doing my B Sc and M Sc from DAV College, I did Diploma in Forestry from IGNFA, Dehradun and then another Diploma in Insect Ecology from SLU, Sweden. I worked as a Scientist (F), Head of Entomology in Forest Research Institute for 39 years."
[This Career Talk covers]
|2)||Branches of Entomology|
|3)||Disciplines of Entomology|
|13)||Importance of Forest and Forest Entomology|
|14)||Protecting Forest from Damage|
|18)||Lack of Infrastructure|
|19)||Inaccessibility of Journals|
|20)||Away from Family|
|21)||Tough Working Conditions|
|A Day Of:|
LifePage Career Talk on Forest Entomologyhttp://www.lifepage.in/Career.php?id=20171010-0002&in=Career-in-Forest-Entomology
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(Forest Entomology, R S Bhandari, Forest Research Institute, Insects, Pests, Ecology, Ecosystem, Entomology, Forestry, Entomology Research)
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