Ranjila Singh - School of Biological, Chemical and Environmental Sciences



Ranjila Singh


Degree: Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science, Biology emphasis; Postgraduate Diploma in Climate Change and Master of Science in Climate Change.

Position: Teaching Assistant in Biology.

Location: 010 215 (FSTE Building, Room N215)

Tel: 679 -32 31886

Fax: 679 32 31512

Email: singh_rn(at)usp.ac.fj

Teaching/ Technical Help in Teaching: (courses and include details)

1. BI102-Plant Biology/Teaching Assistant.

2. BI/MS202-Invertebrate Biology/Teaching Assistant/Coordinating Extra Revision and Mentoring/ Lab Coordinator.

3. BI201- General Ecology/Teaching Assistant/ Lab Coordinator.

4. BI207-Tropical Plant Biology/Teaching Assistant.

5. BI206-Quantittaive Biology/Teaching Assistant/ Lab Coordinator.

6. BI304-Conservation Biology/Teaching Assistant/ Lab Coordinator.

7. BI/MS307- Fish and Fisheries Biology/Teaching Assistant.

8. SC356- Research Skills Development/Teaching Assistant.

 

 

 

Current Research Interests:

Plant Biology and Climate Change.

Selected Publications:

  1. Hemstock SL and Singh RD. 2015. Chapter 5: The Assessment of Biomass Consumption. In The Biomass Assessment Handbook, Energy for Sustainable Environment, Second Edition. Edited by Frank Rossillo-Calle, Peter de Groot, Sarah.L.Hemstock and Jeremy Woods. Published by Routledge 2 Park Square, Milton Park, Abington, Oxon OX144RN and Routledge 711 Third Avenue, New York, NW10017.

 

  1. Singh RD and Hemstock SL. 2013. Economics of Households in Pacific Island Countries: A Case Study of Vanuatu and Tuvalu. Theoretical Economics Letters, 3: 1-8.

 

  1. Singh RD. 2013. Using, managing and controlling energy sources for sustainable development: A gender analysis across communities in Vanuatu and Tuvalu. Masters of Science in Climate Change thesis, Pacific Centre for Environment and Sustainable Development, University of the South Pacific, Laucala, Fiji.

 

  1. Singh RD, Hemstock SL and McNamara KE. 2013. Is Gender a Missing Component of Resource Management? A Case Study of Vanuatu. 12th Pacific Science Inter-Congress, 8-12 July 2013, Pacific Centre for Environment and Sustainable Development, University of the South Pacific, Fiji.

 






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