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A Compendium on the Faunal Resources of Narmada River Basin in Madhya Pradesh

By: Kailash Chandra(Author), RM Sharma(Author), Praveen Ojha(Author)
176 pages, 118 colour plates
A Compendium on the Faunal Resources of Narmada River Basin in Madhya Pradesh
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This volume provides an overview of the fauna found in the Narmada river basin in Madhya Pradesh, India.

Contents

1. Introduction
2. Study area
3. Natural resources
4. Faunal resources
5. General remarks
6. Summary
7. Acknowledgements
8. Bibliography

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By: Kailash Chandra(Author), RM Sharma(Author), Praveen Ojha(Author)
176 pages, 118 colour plates
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