Shyam Manohar is Professor of Environmental Science at Kenyatta University, Kenya; obtained Ph.D. (1974) from Institute of Science, University of Bombay; B.Sc. major Botany, Chemistry and Zoology; M.Sc. (Botany) from University of Meerut, India; Senior Scientific Officer at Indian council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) New Delhi; conducted research on “Floristic and Phytosociological Studies of the North and South Arid and semi-arid Regions of India”. Lecturer (1975-83) Plant Ecologist at University of Nairobi; Associate Professor (1984-2002), School of Environmental Studies, Moi University, Kenya. Supervised M. Phil. / M.Sc. and D. Phil. / Ph.D. candidates; Research Interest in Plant Community Ecology; Terrestrial and Aquatic Ecosystems; Planning and Management of the Arid and Semi-arid Regions; and Wildlife Resources; Agro-meteorology; Agroecosystems; Climatic Classification; Rangeland and Tropical Forest Ecology; Natural Resources, Conservation and Management of Biodiversity; Qualitative and Quantitative Characteristics and analysis of Vegetation; Vice President of the Academy of Plant Sciences, India. “Leading Scientists of the World–2014” by International Biographic Centre, Cambridge, England.
Floristic and Phytosociological Studies of the North and South Arid and semi-arid Regions of India