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A Field Guide to the Common Lichens of Corbett Tiger Reserve

 
D Franser (Author) D.K. Upreti (Author) Sanjeeva Nayaka (Author)
Synopsis In the last century a lot of research work regarding the Indian lichens has been done by the European and Indian lichenologist. However, there is no single booklet or field guide of lichen is written for the amateur naturalist. Lichens are among the most widely distributed plant organism in the world. To date there are about 20,000 lichen species known in the world, out of which Indian subcontinent is represented by 2,450 species. Few professional lichenologist only know about this unique creation of nature. Thus the present booklet is an experiment to popularize the lichens among wide audience of this country. A field guide can serve its purpose only if it is small. Therefore only 25 common lichen taxa of the park are included for making the guide handy and unexpensive. The colour illustrations are included since colour is an important feature in identification of lichens. The colour illustrations are enlarged enough to give a good idea of the different taxa.
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About the authors

D.K. Upreti

Dr. D.K. Upreti is scientist ELL at Lichenology laboratory, National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow. He did M.Sc. in botany and Ph.D. in Liochenology under the supervision of Dr. D.D. Awasthi. He has 20 years research experience in the field of Lichenology and published more than 150 research papers in different internatinal and national journals. He had been to Antarctica in 1991-92 and worked on the lichens of Schimacher Oasis, East Antarctica together with their metal, carotenoids and pollen analysis. He also worked on different aspects of lichenology including lichens of Indian monuments and historical buildings, ethnolichenology, lichens as indicator of atmospheric pollution, antibiotic properties of lichens together with floristic, revisioinary and monographic studies of Indian lichens. He is the corresponding member of British Lichen Society for India. He is member of a number of scientifc societies.

Sanjeeva Nayaka

Mr. Sanjeeva Nayaka is scieitist B at Lichenology laboratory, National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow. He has recently started carrier in Lichenology and interested in the ecology and natural history of lichens. He has gained expereicne of conducting ecological studies in various forest types of Western Ghats at Centre for Ecoloigical Sciences, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore under Prof. Madhav Gadgil. He has published more than 15 research papers in Lichenology. He is currently engaged in studying Antartic lichen and their ecology.

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Title A Field Guide to the Common Lichens of Corbett Tiger Reserve
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2004
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8121103347
length x+41p., Tables; Plates; Map; Glossary; 23cm.

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