2 edition of Plant diversity of the Himalaya found in the catalog.
Plant diversity of the Himalaya
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||editors, P.C. Pande, S.S. Samant.|
|Contributions||Pangtey, Y. P. S., Pande, P. C.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, 626 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||626|
|LC Control Number||2001358944|
Das Section III. In the recent years, due to heavy biotic pressure on Q. The genus Acer L. Illinois Press, Urbana. However, these forests were exposed to various levels of disturbances such as tree felling, fire, and encroachment Fig.
The periodic orogenic events led to physiographic and environmental changes e. The tree crown cover was lowest in P. Palmer, M. Rathor, S. However, the exact timing of the initiation of monsoon is a matter of much debate. Phytomass is an important component of the global carbon cycle, and has implications for the distribution and abundance of herbivores Olff et al.
Conservation Biology 19 2 : Gandhi All of the pictures in this book were taken by Basil Paothe stills photographer who was part of the team who did the trip Pao also produced a book, Inside Himalayacontaining many more of his pictures. These protected areas spanned various topographical and altitudinal ranges. We avoided sampling in areas near cultivated fields and riverine scrub, which generally support much higher aboveground phytomass due to woody shrubs. The lesser Himalayas ranges are the extension of Greater Himalayas.
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Eurasian Journal of Biosciences 9 no. Article in this 2-volume book has been presented under eleven sections: I. In forest ecosystems, tree species diversity varies greatly from place to place mainly due to variation in biogeography, habitat and disturbance Whitmore Disturbances promote undergrowth species diversity, possibly by allowing several species to maintain their population in open canopy.
Journal of Mountain Science 3: The Himalayan region harbors nearly 10, plant species constituting approximately 2. Yadav Singh, S. Forests of Himalaya: Structure, Functioning and impact of man.
More penetration of light in open- canopied forest may enable each species to develop large population, and large population may be less vulnerable to local extinction. Phytomass is an important component of the global carbon cycle, and has implications for the distribution and abundance of herbivores Olff et al.
Their better management and protection is important for the conservation of plant diversity in the region and also for the benefit of indigenous tribes of the state.
Herbaceous cover was determined by line intercept method Mishra A Phytosociological analysis of woody species in forest communities of a part of Kumaon Himalaya.
However, the composition of vegetation is fluctuating and continuous modification takes place depending upon the temperature, moisture, sunlight and available nutrients Heady Conservation of Orchids of Northeast India: in situ and ex situ S. Evolution and measurement of species diversity. Samant, They have unique ecology, vegetation and diversity of medicinal flora due to tremendous variation in the altitude, climate and associated wildlife.
Gandhi Highest herbs mean species richness 1 m2 in P. Contents: Section I. Forests of this region are mainly dominated by Pinus roxburghii Sarg. The interesting questions about the Himalayan flora discussed here are: how did the Himalaya achieve high endemic plant diversity starting with immigrant taxa and what were the main drivers of this diversity?
Plant biodiversity assessment in relation to disturbances in mid elevational forest of Central Himalaya, India. Thus, the conservation and management of these forests will be important for the sustainability of human and land. Dhar, U. The collision also led to the draining of the Tethys Sea and upliftment of the long settled Tethyan geosyncline coastal sediments as meta-sedimentary formations.
Resource utilization patterns in a Central Himlayan catchment. Vegetation response to climate change in Himalayan hill ranges: a remote sensing perspective Reshma M.
Cushman, E.Himalaya is the book that Michael Palin wrote to accompany the BBC television documentary series Himalaya with Michael Palin. This book, like the other books that Michael Palin wrote following each of his seven trips for the BBC, consists both of his text and of many photographs to illustrate the hildebrandsguld.com: Michael Palin.
Diversity and functional attributes of plant associated microbiota from the Himalaya Hotspot region/Rituparna Das and A. K. Paul. Biodiversity characteristics of the Western Himalaya/Anil Sood, Alpy Sharma and Sanjay Kr.
Uniyal. Centers of plant diversity in Uttarakhand, India/Priyanka Agnihotri, Veena Dixit and Tariq Husain. Himalayas are globally important biodiversity hotspots and are facing rapid loss in floristic diversity and changing pattern of vegetation due to various biotic and abiotic factors.
This has necessitated the qualitative and quantitative assessment of vegetation here. The present study was conducted in Sangla Valley of northwest Himalaya aiming to assess the structure of vegetation and its Cited by: 7.
Plant biodiversity patterns were analyzed in seven temperate forest types [Populus deltoides (PD), Juglans regia, Cedrus deodara, Pinus wallichiana, mixed coniferous, Abies pindrow (AP) and Betula utilis (BU)] of Kashmir Himalaya.A total of plant species ( genera, 66 families) were hildebrandsguld.com by: 4.
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Plant diversity is essential for human survival and economic well-being and also for the ecosystem function and stability. The total number of accessible seedlings and saplings in a forest community indicates the regeneration status/potential of a species or a forest.