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Wildlife Management in Karnataka A Forester’s Perspective

By: Dipak Sarman(Author)
147 pages
Publisher: Notion Press
Wildlife Management in Karnataka
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  • Wildlife Management in Karnataka ISBN: 9781646509072 Paperback Sep 2019 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 2-4 months
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Wildlife Management in Karnataka traces the evolution of wildlife management in the state of Karnataka in India. It provides glimpses of how the concept of wildlife management grew as an offshoot of forest management and evolved into an overarching policy initiative. It presents a chronological account of the development of national wildlife policies, plans and strategies and their impact on the wildlife management in the states. The book highlights the events that unfolded as production-centric management gave way to wildlife-centric management in certain designated forest areas, known as Protected Areas. It outlines a significant aspect of wildlife conservation in the state – namely, the immense contribution of a 'conservation-oriented forest management' approach that the Forest Department has adopted since the 1980s for management of all types of forests in the state.

The challenges faced by wildlife officers in handling matters related to man-animal conflict, rehabilitation of people from protected areas and forest protection with possible suggestions to resolve them are related. The need to take cautious steps in strengthening wildlife tourism and research is emphasized. Wildlife Management in Karnataka also examines the relative merits of the forest laws and wildlife laws, and calls for wider application of the wildlife laws to protect the vanishing forests, especially in the eastern plains.

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By: Dipak Sarman(Author)
147 pages
Publisher: Notion Press
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