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Himalayan Eco-System

D.N. Tewari (Author)
Synopsis The Himalayan region is a vast complex of various eco-systems spread over an area of 423021 sq km. With an extensive and pervasive influence on the living of half a billion disadvantaged population of these uplands, the need of preserving, the eco-system of this 'Third Pole' has been long recognised by one and all through an societally acceptable approach. For this purpose many views and reviews were put forth by various emminent environmental conservationists which provide as useful tool in the sustainable management of the renewable base resources viz. land, plants, water, animals and genetic diversity of Himalaya. These essays and research data on the wide spectrum eco-system research on the Himalaya have therefore, been obtained and compiled in the form of a compendium to provide the reader with an insight into the existing state of its eco-system and bio-diversity in a wide variety of life and forms. It deals with priority issues of research and likely options available for an effective and practically feasible conservation strategies towards the sustainable management and environmentally compatible socio-economic development of Himalaya with peoples participation. This compendium, basically meant for various research and developmental organisations, may also prove handy for all those dealing with the preservation, conservation and quantitative upgradation of the ecological balance of Himalaya.
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Bibliographic information

Title Himalayan Eco-System
Author D.N. Tewari
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.1994
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
length 355p., Col. plates; Maps.