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Prof Franz Bairlein dotes books to RGU

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  23 March 2017 12:00 AM GMT

From Our Correspondent
Itagar, March 22: Rajiv Gandhi University Vice Chancellor, Professor Tamo Mibang and Coorditor Professor H N Sarma accepted the books and jourls of 350 volumes and minor equipments doted by Director of Institute of Avian Studies, Professor Franz Bairlein of Oldenberg University Germany, on behalf of the Rajiv Gandhi University, during a function here on Tuesday.
Professor Bairlein also delivered an awareness talk on climate change entitled ‘Footprint of climate’, wherein he spoke in detail about effects of climate change on wildlife emphasizing on impact on birds all over the world. He also advised the gathering that the mistake committed by developed countries which destroyed their biodiversity should not be repeated. He also suggested habitat preservation as amelioration of the climate change’s harsh impact on biodiversity. Professor Mibang, while explaining the importance of animal habitat said that Aruchal Pradesh has the highest population of mithun (gayal) as the state has a pristine habitat for mithuns. Among others, the programme was attended by professors, administrators, research scholars and students of Rajiv Gandhi University.

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