FACULTY PROFILE
Dr. Mullangi Sridhar Reddy
Assistant professor
+91 8096022189
sridharmullangi@yahoo.com/sridharreddy98@rediffmail.com
Qualification :
2005 Ph.D., Pondicherry Central University, Puducherry
PDF/Teaching Experience :
July 2009 – Present, Assistant Professor, Yogi Vemana University, Kadapa.
Jan 2008 to April 2009, Faculty Associate in ICFAI School of Public Policy, Hyderabad
Dec 2005- Dec 2007, Research Associate, Sri Krishnadevaraya University, Anatapur.
June 2005 to Dec. 2005, Asst. Professor, Christu Jyothi Institute of Technology, Jangaon
Area/s of research interests :
Forest Ecology, Carbon sequestration, Evaluation of ecosystem services
Achievements/Awards :
CSIR UGC-NET in 2000
Project “Assessment of population structure, phenology and natural regeneration of southern Eastern Ghats”. Funding agency – MOEF&CC, N. Delhi
Projects undertaken :
Title of the Research Project Funding Agency and Budget Duration of the Project
Study of floristic diversity, above ground biomass and soil organic carbon in dry deciduous forests of sri Lankamalla wild life sanctuary, southern ghasts of Andhra Pradesh UGC, New Delhi 7,43,300.00 3 years (2013-2016)
Papers :
1. Reddy, M.S. and Parthasarathy, N. 2003. Liana diversity and distribution in four tropical dry evergreen forests on the Coromandel coast of south India. Biodiv. Conserv. (Kluwer) 12: 1609-1627.
2. Parthasarathy, N., Muthuramkumar, S. and Reddy, M.S. 2004. Patterns of liana diversity in tropical evergreen forests of peninsular India. For. Ecol. Manage. (Elsevier) 190: 15-31.
3. Reddy, M.S. and Parthasarathy, N. 2006. Liana diversity and tree-liana associations in four inland tropical dry evergreen forests of peninsular India. Trop.Ecol. 47 (1): 103-116.
4. Rao,B.R.P., Lakshmaiah, P. Rajeswaramma,M., Reddy, M.S. Sadasivaiah, B., Basha, S.K. 2008. Agrestals of soutnern Andhra Pradesh region. J. Econ.Taxon.Bot. 32 (3): 694-709
5. Rao, B.P.R., Babu, M.V.S., Reddy, M.S., Reddy, A.M., Rao, V.S., Sunitha, S., Ganeshaiah, K.N. 2011. Sacred groves in southern Eastern Ghats, India: are they better managed than forest resources. Trop. Ecol. 52 (1): 79-90.