By: AK Bhagabati (Editor), MC Kalita (Editor), S Baruah (Editor)
305 pages, 12 plates with colour photos; colour illustrations, maps
Since the British introduced tea plantations, mining and tree felling, the environment of the NE Indian state of Assam has been under increasing pressure. In eight chapters this book covers: background and basic premises of the study, status of plant and animal biodiversity, proximate and root causes of biodiversity loss, roles of major actors, gaps in knowledge, policy and legal structures in respect of sustainable use and conservation.
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