Authors Name:  Dr. Rashmi Sharma, Dr. Chethana V. Chalapathy, Dr. Prashant.Vaijinath

ISBN: 979-8-88940-985-4

Pages: 68

Publisher: Shineeks Publishers

Published On: December 2023

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Insects and Climate Change: Adapting to a Warming World explores the profound impact of climate change on insects and their remarkable ability to adapt. This book delves into the strategies employed by insects as they navigate rising temperatures, altered rainfall patterns, and shifting environments. Through scientific insights and captivating narratives, readers gain a deeper understanding of the resilience and adaptability of these crucial creatures. Insects serve as indicators of broader ecological patterns, highlighting the urgent need to address climate change. This book serves as a call to action, urging us to recognize the value of insects and take steps to protect their habitats. Join this exploration of insect resilience and their vital role in a warming world.

About Author

Dr. Rashmi Sharma M.Sc, Ph.D., D.Sc, DCA, MBA, F.S.A.S, FGESA
Professor, SPCGCA MDSU Ajmer, India. Appointed as Assistant Professor in 1998 and Promoted to Associate Professor in 2002 and then Promoted to Professor in July 2018 by the Minister of Higher Education, Honorable Commissioner, Higher Education Government of Rajasthan in July 2018. At present, she is a Professor at SPCGCA MDSU Ajmer, India. 9 students completed their M.phil. under her guidance. 4 completed Ph.D. She has attended more than 100 conferences National and International is an Organizing secretary at more than 10 International conferences and is an Author of 40 books. Dr. Rashmi Sharma Presented papers in more than 10 Countries. Author of more than 20 papers published in International and National journals. Interested in Astrology, Religion studies, Numerology, and Environmental studies.

Dr. Chethana V Chalapathy (M.Sc., Ph.D.) is an Assistant Professor of Biotechnology in the Department of Life Science, Garden City University, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India. She has more than 6 years of teaching and 5 years of research experience. In her credit 6 research articles and 4 book chapters in National and International peer-reviewed journals. She was awarded the Young Scientist Award at an International Conference held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia regarding research on Honeybees in the year 2019.

Dr. Prashant Vaijinath, a Ph.D. holder in Human Toxicology, is a prolific researcher renowned for his significant contributions. He boasts an impressive track record of 10 published books and 12 research articles featured in prestigious international peer-reviewed publications. His unwavering commitment to cutting-edge research in Human Toxicology and Zoology continues to propel advancements in these fields, making him a leading figure in scientific exploration.