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Biomass, Productivity, Leaf Longevity, and Forest Structure in the Central Himalaya
Patterns of leaf characteristics, forest structure, tree species diversity, bio- mass, and productivity across a gradient of 3300 m and 15.70C in mean annual temperature in Kumaun, in the IndianExpand
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Assessing vegetation changes in timberline ecotone of Nanda Devi National Park, Uttarakhand
Abstract Changes in the timberline ecotone vegetation of Nanda Devi National Park (NDNP) was studied over a period of 30 years (1980–2010). Our study based on remote sensing analysis of Landsat MSSExpand
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Structure and Function of High Altitude Forests of Central Himalaya I. Dry Matter Dynamics
Abstract The present study deals with the structure and functioning of three different forest communities, viz ., horse chestnut, silver fir and kharsu oak forests, in a high altitude region ofExpand
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Forage selection by Royle's pika (Ochotona roylei) in the western Himalaya, India.
Forage selection decisions of herbivores are often complex and dynamic; they are modulated by multiple cues, such as quality, accessibility and abundance of forage plants. To advance theExpand
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Changing aspects of traditional healthcare system in western Ladakh, India.
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE The Sowa-rigpa system of traditional healing has been practiced from time immemorial in western Ladakh but its existence is in jeopardy today. Documentation ofExpand
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Influence of microclimate on the activity of Royle's pika in the western Himalaya, India
BackgroundA central aim in ecological research is to improve understanding of the interactions between species and their environments; these improvements will prove crucial in predicting theExpand
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A note on transhumant pastoralism in Niti valley, Western Himalaya, India
Pastoralism plays an important role in the ecology of alpine habitats and the economy of rural people in some regions of India. The pastoralists move from lower altitudes of the Himalayas to higherExpand
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