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Mountain Ecosystems of India

By: SS Negi(Author)
186 pages, 6 plates with colour photos; colour illustrations
Mountain Ecosystems of India
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  • Mountain Ecosystems of India ISBN: 9788121108546 Hardback Jan 2014 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 2-4 months
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About this book

Language: English

This book provides a description of the mountain ecosystems of India, including that of the Himalayan range, Western and Eastern ghats, Aravalli, Vindhyan, Satpura mountains and the hills of north-east India. It covers climate soils land use, flora, fauna forests and grassland ecosystems, wet land ecosystems and protected areas. It will be a handy book for scientists, students, researchers, naturalists, and lay man alike.

Contents

Preface

1. Mountains of India and mountain ecosystems
2. Himalayan climate
3. Himalayan soils
4. Himalayan fauna
5. Himalayan forest and grassland ecosystems
6. Himalayan wetland ecosystems
7. Himalayan protected areas
8. Garo, Khasi, Jaintia, Naga, Manipur and Mizo ranges
9. Aravali, Satpura and Vindhyan mountains
10. Western Ghats
11. Eastern ghats

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By: SS Negi(Author)
186 pages, 6 plates with colour photos; colour illustrations
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