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Biomass, Productivity: Annotated Bibliography

Omkar Singh (Author)
Synopsis The term biomass refers to the total quantity of organic matter present in an ecosystem at a given time per unit area. Higher the biomass, higher will be the productivity. Therefore, the studies on biomass are useful for the scientific management of forests. Because of the increasing demand for forests and forest produce, a large number of fast-growing exotic species have been introduced for reducing the pressure on forests and maintaining the productivity of forests. This book briefly tries to give an idea about the biomass productivity. An annotated bibliography on biomass productivity of forest species has been included in the book so that the foresters/scientists can have the idea on the works done in the past on biomass productivity of various forest species. The book will be useful for foresters and botanists.
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Title Biomass, Productivity: Annotated Bibliography
Author Omkar Singh
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1996
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
length 239p., Figures; Illustration; References; Index; 23cm.