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Inventorying plant biodiversity in homegardens: A case study in Barak Valley, Assam, North East India
Homegardens are traditiona l agroforestry systems with complex structure and multiple functions. To understand the system, the socio -economic and biophysical aspects of homegardens in DorgakonaExpand
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Above ground standing biomass and carbon storage in village bamboos in North East India
Abstract Bamboo forms an important component in the traditional landscape of North East India. For biomass estimation of village bamboos of Barak Valley, North East India, allometric relationshipsExpand
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Carbon pool and sequestration potential of village bamboos in the agroforestry system of northeast India
Bamboo forms an important component in the rural landscape of northeast India. Carbon (C) pool and sequestration potential of bamboos in the land managed by farmers was studied in Cachar district,Expand
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Litter dynamics in khasi pine (Pinus kesiya Royle ex Gordon) of North-Eastern India
Abstract Seven-, 15- and 22-year-old khasi pine plantations (Pinus kesiya Royle ex Gordon) at Mawlai (1250 m) in Meghalaya, north-eastern India, produced 6663, 8090, 8984 kg ha−1 year−1 respectivelyExpand
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Decomposition and nutrient release of Eichhornia crassipes (Mart.) Solms. under different trophic conditions in wetlands of eastern Himalayan foothills
Abstract Response of decomposition rate (k) and nutrient release pattern of leaves, petioles and roots of Eichhornia crassipes (water hyacinth) to different trophic conditions were studied in threeExpand
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Conservation of Plant Diversity in Rural Homegardens with Cultural and Geographical Variation in Three Districts of Barak Valley, Northeast India1
Conservation of Plant Diversity in Rural Homegardens with Cultural and Geographical Variation in Three Districts of Barak Valley, Northeast IndiaHomegardens are recognized worldwide as sustainableExpand
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Aboveground biomass and carbon stocks of tree species in tropical forests of Cachar District, Assam, Northeast India.
The tropical forest biomass plays an important role in global carbon cycle. Estimation of above-ground biomass (AGB) is an essential aspect of carbon stocks. Estimated C pools in different forestExpand
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Litter production and decomposition in the forested areas of traditional homegardens: a case study from Barak Valley, Assam, northeast India
  • T. Das, A. Das
  • Environmental Science
  • Agroforestry Systems
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Homegardens are one of the oldest forms of managed land use systems characterised by high diversity and complexity of their species structure which in turn contribute to efficient nutrient cycling.Expand
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Biomass and net primary production in an Imperata grassland of Barak Valley, Assam, Northeast India.
Present study was undertaken to estimate the seasonal variations in biomass, primary productivity and dry matter transfer in a successional grassland dominated by Imperata cylindrica at Dargakona,Expand
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Allometric scaling, biomass accumulation and carbon stocks in different aged stands of thin-walled bamboos Schizostachyum dullooa, Pseudostachyum polymorphum and Melocanna baccifera
Abstract In recent decades, bamboos have become globally important biomass resources in tropical regions. However, bamboo stands have uneven age structure, and often differently aged culms are foundExpand
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