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The Sitakunda Botanical Garden and Eco-park was established, under a five-year (2000–2004) development project, as a means to enrich and conserve biodiversity, and develop ecotourism facilities in the region. This study explores to what extent the authority achieves these objectives and the...
The study highlights the gaps in biodiversity representation in a Protected Area (PA) system and its implications for conservation planning in a globally acknowledged biodiversity hotspot – the Andaman and Nicobar Islands in the Bay of Bengal. We carried out a gap analysis using data on...
In view of the increasing demand for forests resources, particularly fodder and fuel species, and the rapid loss of biodiversity from forests in the Indian Himalayan region, studies assessing diversity and extraction trends, species preference and probability of use (PU) in forests are urgently...
Distribution patterns and traditional uses of medicinal plant species were studied in the high-altitude cold desert of India (Indian trans-Himalaya), with the help of indigenous medical practitioners (locally called amchis). Unstructured and semi-structured questionnaire surveys were conducted...
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