3 edition of Forest and CPR management in Eastern Himalayas found in the catalog.
Forest and CPR management in Eastern Himalayas
A. Ibotombi Singh
Study conducted in Lohit and Anjaw Districts of Arunachal Pradesh, India.
|Other titles||Forest & CPR management in eastern Himalayas, Forest and common property resource management in Eastern Himalayas|
|Statement||A. Ibotombi Singh|
|LC Classifications||SD646.A78 I26 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi,156 p. :|
|Number of Pages||156|
|LC Control Number||2010319725|
Afroz Ahmad is an Indian environment scientist and a former civil servant. He possess united nations expertise in Environmental management and protection and Leadership. Presently he is an advisor to the Government of Maharashtra for Environment, forest and human rehabilitation affairs having a status of state :// Protected Forests: Forest Department has declared one-third of the total forest area as protected forest. Unclassed Forests: These are the forests and wastelands which belong to both government and private individuals and communities. North-eastern states and parts of Gujarat have a very high percentage of their forests as unclassed ://
WWF Bhutan Annual report ‘09 WWF Bhutan Annual report ‘09WWF Bhutan Annual report ‘09 designed to protect, restore and promote the forest in Bhutan through policy advocacy, partnering with the government implementing agencies and local communities at the grass root level. In Bhutan, more than 64% of the area is under forest This book presents a socio-economic and livelihood analysis of agriculturally-dependent communities of Mizoram, the eastern extension of the Himalaya, using the sustainable livelihood approach. Such an approach to poverty reduction is inevitable, particularly, in areas where livelihoods › Earth Sciences & Geography › Geography.
Biodiversity in the Eastern Himalayas: Status, trends and vulnerability to climate change; Climate change impact and vulnerability in the Eastern Himalayas – Technical report 2 Book Full-text The Eastern Himalayan forests in Arunachal Pradesh, Northeast India, are rich in terms of floristic composition. In the present study, a total of ( identified, 24 unidentified) plant species were recorded, of which were non-woody herbs and grasses ( identified) belonging to 55 families, and were woody trees, and a variety of shrubs ( identified) belonging to 74 ://
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Birds are reliable and widely used indicators for conservation planning and monitoring. We reviewed birds of the Kangchenjunga Landscape, a transboundary complex shared by Bhutan, India and Nepal in the Eastern Himalaya.
Using literature, we analyzed the bird survey efforts in the landscape, their taxonomic representation, global threat status, distribution patterns, and habitat :// The Kangchenjunga landscape, a transboundary complex shared by Bhutan, India, and Nepal, is one of the biologically richest regions in the Eastern Himalayas.
Owing to the remarkable biodiversity, the three countries came together to enhance regional cooperation in conservation and development in Understanding the structure and composition of native forests is a prerequisite in developing an adaptive forest management plan for Himalayan forest ecosystems where climate change is rapid.
However, basic information on forest structure and composition are still limited in many places of the Eastern Himalayas. In this study, we aimed to understand the diversity, structure, and composition of Assistant Professor in Department of Forestry, Uttar Banga Krishi Viswavidyalaya, Cooch Behar (WB) India.
Actively involve in UG and PG teaching, research and extension. Forest and CPR management in Eastern Himalayas book area of interest is Eastern Himalayas.
Such forests have a mixture of the wet evergreen trees and the moist deciduous trees. The forest is dense and is filled with a large variety of trees of both types. Moist deciduous Moist deciduous forests are found throughout India except in VIC - Course in First Aid Management of Anaphylaxis.
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The Himalayan mountains are the youngest, and among the most unstable. The rainfall pattern is determined by the summer The Eastern Himalayas harbor an amazing diversity of life.
There are globally threatened species found in the Himalayas, including Asia’s three largest herbivores – Asian elephant, greater one-horned rhinoceros and wild water buffalo – and its largest carnivore, the tiger.
The region is home to: • 10, types of plants • mammals The highest above-ground mean tree biomass density of tha −1 was recorded for the reserved forest followed by13, 11, 8, 5 and 3 tha −1 in the protected forest, fallow land, cultivated-unirrigated land, grassland, orchard land and cultivated-irrigated land respectively.
Of the total accessible biomass, only % was extracted This book “Biodiversity of lianas” under the series “Sustainable development and Biodiversity” is unique as it covers a wide array of topics in this subject covering all continents and will constitute a valuable reference material for students, researchers and forest managers who are concerned with biodiversity, forest ecology and sustainable development of forest › Life Sciences › Ecology.
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HLTAID is valid for 12 months. Trainers Forestry in India is a significant rural industry and a major environmental resource. India is one of the ten most forest-rich countries of the er, India and these other 9 countries account for 67 percent of total forest area of the world.
India's forest cover grew at % annually over –, and has grown at the rate of % per year over –, after decades where Forest ecosystem services and biodiversity in contrasting Himalayan forest management systems running alongside the high Himalayas in a north-western to south-eastern direction, constituting Ramakrishnan PS () The Jhum agro-ecosystem in north-eastern India: a case study of biological management of soils in a shifting agricultural system.
In: Woomer PL, Swift MJ (eds) The biological management of tropical soil fertility. Wiley-Sayce, Chichester, pp – Google Scholar The article also seeks to analyse the relevance of this literature for resource management in the Indian Himalaya.
Writings on common property have been instrumental in developing a theoretical justification for decentralisation of envir onmental policies around the :// Interview: Being a wildlife biologist in the Eastern Himalayas. Nandini Velho is a wildlife biologist who has focused on rainforests and the human dimensions of wildlife management over the past decade.
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International Journal of Remote Sensing 34(11): –. 1 Deforestation: Causes, Effects and Control Strategies Sumit Chakravarty 1, S. K. Ghosh 2, C. P. Suresh 2, A. N. Dey 1 and Gopal Shukla 3 1Department of Forestry 2Pomology & Post Harvest Technology, Faculty of Horticulture Uttar Banga Krishi Viswavidyalaya, Pundibari 3ICAR Research Complex for Eastern Region, Research Center, Plandu Ranchi India 1.
IntroductArea of specialisation - Forest certification, Forest Governance & Policy issues, Participatory Forest Management, Ecological surveys, Tribal issues She holds PhD degree in Botany from Dr.
Hari Singh Gour University, M. Phil degree in Natural Resource Management from Indian Institute of Forest Management and Master’s degree in :// responsible forest management and forest product sourcing. The Challenge. WWF’s Response. Illegal and unsustainable forest management in globally important forest regions.
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