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Man Forest Interface in North East India

Sumana Paul (Editor) Chandana Bhattacharjee (Editor)

Since the dim ages of the past forest has played an important role in the life and culture of the people, may it be hunters and gatherers or the people practising swidden cultivation with palaeo-technic means. With the passage of time large scale influx of human population into the forest area has disturbed the serenity of the green cover of the earth’s surface as well as jeopardized the balance of natural resources. This has also affected the food chain of the forest resulting into starvation, death and catastrophe. Reclamation of forest land for human habitation was another important degrading factor for the loss of forest cover. Denudation of forest forced the natural habitat of the animal world to shift either further to the core areas or to have a man-animal conflict. The scenario has been ubiquitous all over the world resulting into decrease in the forest cover area. The present volume deals with such academic experiences of the senior forest officials, anthropologists, sociologists, geographies, environmentalists, management professionals, educationists and education policy makers drawn from different parts of the country, focusing on man forest issues of North East India located in the far flung part of the country. The volume also deals with the shifting paradigms of experts, who view man-forest interface in varying perspectives.

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Title Man Forest Interface in North East India
Format Hardcover
Date published: 24.08.2018
Edition 1st. ed.
Language: English
isbn 9789387587465