Quality of India’s natural resources, i.e., land, water, climate and biodiversity is degrading at an accelerated pace. Productive resources are being diverted from agricultural to other sectors jeopardizing the production and productivity of food grains, fiber, fodder, fuel wood, timber and other useful biomass.
Development of appropriate technologies to make best use of degraded land and water resources will largely determine the prospect of food and nutritional in the 21st century.
Welcome to ISSSWQ
To facilitate in survey of natural resources of India with the aim to generate database and suggest preventive and reclamation strategies.
Human Resource Development and capacity building of stakeholders in the area of soil salinity, water quality and natural resource management.