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Natural Resource Management

By K Ramesh
[ Scientist | Wildlife Institute of India ]




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What is Natural Resource Management?


You may be curious about a Career in Natural Resource Management. One should first understand What a Career in Natural Resource Management entails before investing time and effort to figure out How to start a Career in Natural Resource Management. The most authoritative source of information on Natural Resource Management is someone with real experience in it.

K Ramesh is an experienced professional with 23 years & 7 months in Natural Resource Management. According to K Ramesh, Natural Resource Management is:

Natural resource management refers to the management of natural resources such as land, water, soil, plants and animals, with a particular focus on how management affects the quality of life for both present and future generations.





How K Ramesh got into Natural Resource Management?


I have a Master's degree in Wildlife Biology from AVC College (Bharathidasan University), Tamil Nadu and a Ph D degree in Forest Ecology and Environment from Wildlife Institute of India (a Research Center of Forest Research Institute University, Dehradun). I have been working with WII since 1995; earlier as Research Fellow and joined the faculty in 2008. Prior to joining the faculty, I was with the World Pheasant Association-UK as a Post Doctoral Fellow for four years (2005-2008), undertaking a collaborative research project with WII on pheasants and partridges in northwest India. My professional interests include Landscape Ecology, Remote Sensing and GIS, Quantitative Methods, Species Distribution Models, Biostatistics, Radio-Telemetry, Wildlife Population Estimation and Monitoring. I have research and conservation experiences on birds and mammals of the Western Himalaya, Shivalik-Terai Landscape and Central India. Presently involved in diversity of projects that include Reintroduction and Monitoring of Tiger Population in Panna Tiger Reserve (Madhya Pradesh), Conservation Breeding and Reintroduction of Western Tragopan in Himachal Pradesh, Application of Wireless Sensor Networks for Forest and People Protection, Integration UAV (Drone) for wildlife research and management, and Climate Change Effects on Riverine Forests and Indicator Species along the Ganges. I have been a member of IUCN/SSC/Galliformes Specialist Group, International Association for Landscape Ecology, International Society for Restoration Ecology, etc. In addition to Gold Medal for my Graduation as well as Post-Graduation Courses, I received prestigious Distinguished Foreign Scholar Award by the US Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology and NASA-MSU Professional Enhancement Award by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and Michigan State University, USA. I have traveled widely and am interested in sports.





K Ramesh's Talk on Natural Resource Management



Starts with what is:
     1) Natural Resource Management  

Next, it covers Education. In this Talk Education was discussed as theoretical topics needed to excel at Natural Resource Management, and not as Qualifications needed to enter Natural Resource Management. Here is a list of Education items required for Natural Resource Management:
     2) Life Sciences  
     3) Environment Management  
     4) Social Sciences  
     5) Geo Informatics  
     6) Veterinary Sciences  
     7) Agriculture  
     8) Forestry  

Then, the Talk focuses on the most important component that is Skills. Anyone aspiring for Natural Resource Management needs to understand that Skill development is crucial for success. It details these topics within Skills for Natural Resource Management:
     9) Species Identification  
     10) Quantitative Skills  
     11) Bio Statistical Skills  
     12) Communication Skills  
     13) Biotechnological Skills  
     14) Visualisation & Computer Skills  
     15) Radio Telemetric Skills  
     16) Interest in Outdoors  

Positives of Natural Resource Management motivate one to work hard for the same. The Talk goes through this list of Positives of Natural Resource Management:
     17) Noble Profession  
     18) Career Opportunities  
     19) Non-monotonous Profession  
     20) Exposure  

Challenges are the other side of Positives and Natural Resource Management is no exception:
     21) No Fixed Working Hours  
     22) Away from Family  
     23) Multi-Disciplinary Knowledge  
     24) Constant Up-gradation  
     25) Conservation Vs Development  

In the final section of the Talk, K Ramesh talks about How a day goes in a Career in:
     26) Natural Resource Management  




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