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Biodiversity, Communities and Climate Change

By: Chandra Prakash Kala(Editor), Chandra Shekhar Silori(Editor)
354 pages, colour & b/w illustrations, maps
Biodiversity, Communities and Climate Change
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Biodiversity conservation and sustainable use of natural resources have remained one ot the key challenges for development agencies and concerned stakeholders for decades. The huge threat ot climate change has only added to this complexity. In this context, the present book Biodiversity, Communities and Climate Change is designed to help in guiding the various principles ot biodiversity conservation, effects of climate change and role of communities at various levels and landscapes. A total of 19 chapters are covered in this book and they encompass a wide range of topics including tools of biodiversity assessment ranging trom conventional ecological and social survey methods to the use ot latest technology such as Geographical tntormation System (GIS) and remote sensing.
 

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By: Chandra Prakash Kala(Editor), Chandra Shekhar Silori(Editor)
354 pages, colour & b/w illustrations, maps
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