2 edition of Phytogeography of north-western Himalayas found in the catalog.
Phytogeography of north-western Himalayas
Includes bibliographical references (p. 31-34)
|LC Classifications||QK358 .S53 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||89906587|
Vegetation dynamics in the western himalayas, diversity indices and climate change 1. Sci., Tech. and Dev., 31 (3): , *Author for correspondence E-mail: [email protected] DYNAMICS IN THE WESTERNHIMALAYAS, DIVERSITY INDICES AND CLIMATECHANGESHUJAUL M. KHAN1*, SUE PAGE2, HABIB AHMAD3, HAMAYUN . Sustainable utilization and conservation of biodiversity are essential for the continuation of ecosystem functioning (Srivastava and Vellend, ; Kienast et al., ); nevertheless, indigenous people give less attention to long-term ecosystem goods and services as they focus, of necessity, on marginal and short-term benefits. Local residents Cited by:
The Hydnaceae of the North Western Himalayas–II. (From Karun & Sridhar Not presently accessible.) Thomas & Podmore Canadian Journal of Botany, – Studies in Forest Pathology. XI. Decay in Black Cottonwood in the Middle Fraser Region, British . The present study was carried out in two forest divisions (Anantnag and Lidder) in seven temperate forest types of northwestern Himalaya, along an elevational gradient of 1,–3, m of Anantnag District, Jammu and Kashmir, India (Figure 1 and Table 1).The district constitutes the south-central part of Jammu and Kashmir State and is situated between 33° 22ʹ and 34° 27ʹ N latitudes, and Cited by: 7.
Awasthi, D. K. and M. P. Sharma. Ecological and phytogeographical observation on the ferns and fens allies of Nagpur block (Chamoli Garhwal) Western Himalaya. Proc. lndian. The mean altitude of the Great Himalayas Mountain Range is approximately 6, meters. Some of the tallest summits in the world are situated in this range, for instance, Nanga Parbat ( meters).
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Western Himalayas, westernmost section of the vast Himalayas mountain range. It lies mainly in the disputed Kashmir region of the northern Indian subcontinent—including portions administered by India and Pakistan—and also in the northwestern part of Himachal Pradesh state, India.
In all, the. Northwestern Himalayan alpine shrub and meadows co square kilometres (19, sq mi) at elevations between 3, and 3, metres (10, ft) in the northwestern Himalayas.
They are found in Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir in northwestern India and northern Pakistan, particularly in : Montane grasslands and shrublands. Climate Vulnerability in North Western Himalayas Mukesh Ray, NeerajDoshi, NishantAlag and ar Environics Trust, A Contribution to the Ongoing Nation-wide Climate Studies Vulnerability in Various Ecoregions of India, Indian Network on Ethics and Climate Change (INECC)File Size: 2MB.
About this book. Language: English. This is the first book to deal exclusively with grasslands of Kashmir Himalaya in northern India, covering topics such as climate, floristic composition, phytogeography, ethnobotany, soil ecology, and conservation and management issues.
The people in the Naran Valley, in the western Himalayas, depend upon local plant resources for a range of services and goods, from grazing for livestock to use of medicinal plants. The ferns and fern-allies of Nagpur block (Chamoli Garhwal), Western Himalayas are discussed.
In all 79 species (74 ferns and 5 fern-allies) have been collected of which eight species are new record for the western hiutn daucifolium have been recorded for the first time from the Himalayas. Ecological observations for each species have been : D K Awasthi, M P Sharma.
Part of the Monographiae Biologicae book series (MOBI, volume 23) Abstract The observations of members of some of the mountaineering expeditions have also added materially to our knowledge, not only of the prevailing vegetation but also other aspects like climate, topography, soils, glaciers, etc., with which the plant life is closely by: A study on community structure was carried out along three altitudinal gradients viz., Lower (–m), Middle (–m) and upper (–m) asl in Sindh Forest Division (Sonamarg.
once reported to be abundant in the North-western Himalaya, has now become rare and close to extinction, due the ever shrinking natural habitats. Being lower the population graph of the state this beautiful lady’s slipper orchid has been officially classified as rare in the Red Data Book of Indian Plants (Nayar and Sastry, ).
The Himalayas, or Himalaya (/ ˌ h ɪ m ə ˈ l eɪ ə, h ɪ ˈ m ɑː l ə j ə /), (Sanskrit: himá (हिम, "snow") and ā-laya (आलय, "receptacle, dwelling")), is a mountain range in Asia separating the plains of the Indian subcontinent from the Tibetan range has many of Earth's highest peaks, including the highest, Mount Everest (Nepal/China).The Himalayas include over Coordinates: 27°59′N 86°55′E /.
National Seminar on Natural Resources of the North Western Himalayas- Threats, Evaluation and Conservation (March 26thth ) at Sri Pratap College Srinagar J&K State Natural Resources of the North Western Himalayas-Threats, Evaluation and Conservation.
Shekhar and others: Climate-change studies in the western Himalaya that the western Himalaya is a complex geographical region with several local warming and cooling domains and slopes. The beautiful Cypripedium cordigerum grows at an altitude of to m in the Himalayas of Uttarakhand.
This species once reported to be abundant in the North-western Himalayas, has now become rare and close to extinction due the ever shrinking natural habitats. In Uttarakhand, there are very few localities where this species is known. North Western Himalayas comprise of three states viz.
J&K, Himachal Pradesh (HP) & Uttrakhund (UK), covering an area of about 33 million hectares, forming about 10 % of the total geographical area of the country. Medicinal plants of North-Western Himalayas: Initiatives and Achievements of HFRI North-western Himalayan region with its wide range of altitudes, topography and climatic conditions, is a rich repository of medicinal wealth, which occupies an important place in Vedic treatise.
The Himalayas are divided into four factions: the portion between Indus and Sutlej rivers is known as the Punjab himalaayas, the portion between Sutlej and Kali rivers is called Kumaon Himalayas, the portions of the Himalayas between Kali and Tist. Research Journal of Agriculture and Forestry Sciences _____ ISSN Vol.
1(9),October () Res. Agriculture and Forestry Sci. International Science Congress Association 8 Agroforestry: A way to conserve MPTs in North Western Himalaya.
Significance of the Himalayas Influence on Indian Climate. They intercept the summer monsoons coming from the Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea causing precipitation in the entire Ganga Plains, North-Eastern Hills. They direct the monsoon winds. Ethnobotanical Inventory on Medicinal Plants of North Western Himalayas Vishal Mahajan, Amrish Vaid, and Sanjeev Kumar Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Kathua (Jammu and Kashmir) ABSTRACT The present study highlights useful ethno-botanical information about the uses of plants by the rural population of Jammu province.Wild edible fungi are collected for food and to earn money in more than 80 countries.
There is a huge diversity of different types, from truffles to milk-caps, chanterelles to termite mushrooms, with more than 1 species recorded during the preparation of this book. A small group of species are of economic importance in terms of exports, but the wider significance of wild edible fungi lies.Himalayas, it only rains over the rest of the country.
Similarly, variations are noticeable not only in the type of precipitation but also in its amount. While Cherrapunji and Mawsynram in the Khasi Hills of Meghalaya receive rainfall over 1, cm in a year, Jaisalmer in Rajasthan rarely gets more than 9 cm of rainfall during the same period.