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Flora of Rajaji National Park: Uttaranchal

 
K K Singh (Author) Anand Prakash (Author)
Synopsis The present protected area network is about four per cent of the geographical area of the country and needs to be expanded to incorporate more protected regions having high conservation value. Highest priority towards the protection and conservation of biodiversity and basic systematic inventory of the biota should be given to parks and reserves. The protected areas having the status of National Parks and Reserves have a significant and very vital role to play in the conservation and sustainable utilization of biodiversity, because of their high potential for monitoring of populations, ecological processes and the specialized habitats. Rajaji National Park is among one of such important protected areas in sub-Himalayan tracts of Uttar Pradesh, due to its very rich biological wealth. The exhaustive systematic inventorisation of the biological wealth of the park is of immense value, particularly at the time when we have entered into the 21 century with new hopes and challenges. The present book provides an account of 812 species of Angiosperms which indicates the rich biodiversity of the park. The book also provides about the details of species diversity, ecosystem diversity and faunal diversity. The faunal wealth covers mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians etc. Further, the plant resources, use of protected areas, plant-animal interaction and conservation of biodiversity has been discussed in the present book. The nomenclature of the taxa has been updated in the light of the International Code of Botanical Nomenclature. The present book will be of immense use for the students and teachers of botany, foresters, park managers, environmentalists, conservationists and planners closely associated with sustainable utilization and for wise management of biodiversity.
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About the authors

K K Singh

K.K. Singh did his B.Sc (Ag.) Hons, M.Sc. (Ag.) in Agricultural Chemistry and Soil Science in first division from Agra University, Agra and M.Phil and Ph.D. in Applied Chemistry from AMU, Aligarh. He availed UGC-JRF during his M.Phil, and Ph.D. studies. He qualified GATE-91 examination with an overall percentile score of 91.55. He qualified at a National Eligibility Test in Soil Sci.-Soil Chem. Fert. And Microb. In 1995 and NET-1997 in Soil Sci.-Soil Physics/Soil and Water Conservation organized by Agricultural Scientist Recruitment Board, New Delhi. He joined the Department of Agriculture, Got. Of Rajasthan in 1993 as Asst. Agril. Research Officer (Chem.) in a Gazetted position and presently working at Project Directorate (Research), Agriculture and Soil Survey, Krishi Bhavan, Bikaner. He has also served as Asst. Professor (Soil and Water Conservation) for a short stint at Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology (RARS, Leh), Srinagar. He has 30 research papers, 45 articles, 20 chapters and 6 books published to his credit. He is also a recipient of ARIC 'Crop Research Award-1997' for his significant contribution for promoting literature in the field of agriculture, 20th Century 'Young Agricultural Scientist National Award', and 'Best Paper Award'. He has attended a number of national/international seminars/conferences/workshops and presented papers. He was a member of Editorial Board of J. Crop Research from 2001 to 2003. He is a Life Member of Indian Science Congress Association. He is also an expert of agricultural programmes broadcast from AIR, Bikaner.

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Anand Prakash

Anand Prakash, FES, is a Scientist ‘EI’ in the Plant Taxonomy and Biodiversity Division in the National Botanical Research Institute (NBRI), Lucknow. He is serving NBRI for the last 12 years. During the period, he worked out research projects like, ‘Survey of Plant Resources of Rajaji National Park, Dehra Dun, Uttar Pradesh’ and ‘Ethnobotanical Studies of Tribal and Aboriginal Populations of Uttar Pradesh’. Earlier, he served as Research Asstt. (Bot) in the Central Council for Research in Unani Medicine (CCRUM), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India. New Delhi for three years. He has participated and served as Scientist, ‘EXPLOGAR-96’ a plant exploratory mission to the Valley of Flowers in the Garhwal Himalayas organized by NCC Directorate, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh. He has published one book, ‘Flora of Rajaji National Park, Uttaranchal and 37 research papers in different National & International Scientific Journals on Plant Taxonomy, Ethnobotany, Biodiversity, Medicinal Plants & Conservation. Besides, he is life member of Societies of Ethnobotanists of India and has been awarded ‘Fellow of the Society of Ethnobotanists (FES)’. He is also a life member of Kaul Science Foundation, Indian Association for Angiosperm Taxonomy, and Association for Plant Taxonomy (APT).

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Bibliographic information

Title Flora of Rajaji National Park: Uttaranchal
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st Ed.
Language: English
isbn 8121103053
length x+275p., Map; Figures.