This book results from fieldwork and secondary data available after a first census on wildlife carried out by the forest department of Rajnandgaon Forest Division, India. Being an interdisciplinary research work, it uses methods of both sciences, geography and zoology. Its main highlights are conceptual aspects (e.g., diversity, uniformity, evenness, and richness), methods of calculating diversity, classification of chordates, spatial distribution of the fauna, and correlation and regression analysis.
II. Study Area
Section A : Study Area: Geographical Personality of the Study Area
Section B : Cultural Traits of the Study Area
III. Zoo Diversity: Concepts, Theories and Geographical Distribution
IV. Classification of Chordate Animals
V. Nature of Zoo Diversity and its Correlates
Summary of Conclusions and Suggestions