2 edition of Biodiversity of the Kashmir Himalaya found in the catalog.
Biodiversity of the Kashmir Himalaya
G. H. Dar
Includes bibliographical references (p. -386) and index.
|Statement||G.H. Dar, R.C. Bhagat and M.A. Khan.|
|Contributions||Bhagat, R. C., Khan, M. A.|
|LC Classifications||QH183 .D365 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 399 p. :|
|Number of Pages||399|
|LC Control Number||2002290691|
The Himalayan region is among the largest mountains systems of the world with uncounted unique medicinal plants resources. The lesser Himalayas ranges are the extension of Greater Himalayas. They have unique ecology, vegetation and diversity of medicinal flora due to tremendous variation in the. Page 5 of 21 II)RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS A. Books 1. Dar, G.H. & Khuroo, A. A. (In Press) Biodiversity of the Himalaya: Jammu and Kashmir erNature. B.
Haribal lists over exotic species of butterflies -- their life history, larval hosts, adult nectar sources, distribution and habitat. Since there is not a lot of information on the region, this book is a treasure for naturalists. Category: Biodiversity Of The Himalaya Jammu And Kashmir State. The proposed regional regime on the protection of the Himalayan biodiversity, which this book explores, keeps the people of the Himalaya at the forefront and beseeches countries to pay for the services provided by the Himalaya and its people, and create an island of cooperation among countries and people who otherwise are locked in a contest to.
The Himalayas are home to millions of people and a rich and unmatched biodiversity that controls the climate pattern of the whole region. It is this richness that Dr Bhattarai tries to portray. [The book] argues for a regional approach to protecting the by: 1. Kashmir Himalaya 6. Zahoor A Itoo Diversity of ectomycorrhizal fungi associated with Cedrus deodara in the Kashmir Himalaya, India. 7. Pervaiz A Dar Plant invasions in relation to biotic homogenization in the Kashmir Himalaya, India 8. Syed Mubashir Andrabi terrestrial landscapes in Kashmir Valley Alien plant invasion in relation to File Size: KB.
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The wide expanse of State, spread across the subtropical Jammu, through the temperate Kashmir valley, to the cold arid Ladakh, is typical representative of the extensive elevational and topographical diversity encountered in the entire Himalaya.
This book, the most comprehensive and updated synthesis ever made available on biodiversity of the J&K State, is a valuable.
Editorial Reviews. The Biodiversity of the Kashmir Himalaya book, Biodiversity of Parasite-fauna: Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh Himalayas, embodies a comprehensive account of biodiversity of animal parasites of paramount zoogeographical importance.
The parasite-fauna include protozoans, helminthes (trematodes, cestodes, acanthocephalans and nematodes), leeches (parasitic).
Biodiversity of the Kashmir Himalaya. Srinagar: Valley Book House, (OCoLC) Online version: Dar, G.H. Biodiversity of the Kashmir Himalaya. Srinagar: Valley Book House, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: G H Dar; R C Bhagat; M A Khan.
Orchidaceae with about taxa and Rhododendron with taxa are the largest family and genus, respectively, with both showing their highest diversity in the eastern Himalaya. About 12% of the Himalayan angiosperms are endemics, while an equal number of taxa, including point endemics, is threatened or : D.
Singh, P. Pusalkar. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. Book Title.
Himalayan and Kashmiri birds, being a key to the birds commonly seen in summer in the Himalayas & Kashmir, By. Dewar, Douglas, Publication Details. London. Conservation of biodiversity and therefore bringing more and more area under forest cover as n cover has been added to the priority list of many countries.
Keeping protected areas connected in a network is increasingly recognized as a conservation priority in the current era of rapid climate change (Belote et : Amir Bhat, Khan Pa, Qaiser Kn, Mughal Ah, Ara S, Mir Sa. Fish Biodiversity in Kashmir Himalaya. In book: Biodiversity, Development and Poverty Alleviation, Publisher: Department of Botany, University of Kashmir, pp.
The Kashmir valley, a fertile basin whose soil is formed of deposits laid down on the floor of the lake that once covered it, is bounded in the north by the Great Himalaya and separated from the plains of northern India by the Pir Panjal range.
The highest peak of the whole of Kashmir is the Nanga Parbat, rising to m. Details - Illustrations of the botany and other branches of the natural history of the Himalayan Mountains:and of the flora of Cashmere / - Biodiversity Heritage Library The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
Chapter 10 Genetic Diversity in Rosaceous Fruits of Jammu and Kashmir State: Apple, Apricot, and Almond. HIMALAYAN BIODIVERSITY Richness, Representativeness & Life Support Values GBPIHED TRANS HIMALAYA (Jammu &Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Sikkim) Ladakh and Tibetan Plateau - •Angiosperms - 1, species ( genera, 89 families).
Kashmir with Siwalik at Jammu, Pir Panjal range, Valley of Kashmir and the Main. Himalayan mass with Nanga Parbat, Upper Chenab valley, Zanskar range and cold. desert of Ladakh merging into Tibetan plateau, serve as a crucible for the.
evolution of a flora of Pamirs and Hindukush, Karakoram mountains of central. Butterfly-fauna of Gulmarg, Kashmir, J&K State. Acknowledgements: The authors are highly thankful to Head, Department of Zoology, University of Kashmir for all his help and Mr. Akhtar Hussain Malik (Curator), Department of Botany, University.
Part II Biodiversity: Global and Indian PerspectivesBiodiversity: A Global PerspectiveFloristic Diversity of India: An OverviewFaunal Diversity of IndiaFloristic Diversity of the Indian HimalayaPART III Biodiversity of Jammu and Kashmir State: General AccountJammu and Kashmir State: An OverviewVegetation of Jammu and Kashmir State: A General.
Kashmir Himalaya, often referred to as Terrestrial Paradise on Earth, is located at the Northwestern tip of the Himalayan biodiversity hotspot 7. The publication, Faunal Diversity of Indian Himalaya, li species/subspecies in the region with the entire identified fauna in the country adding up to 1,00, Spread across six States — from Jammu and Kashmir in the west through Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand.
The biodiversity rich area of Kashmir happens to be one of the 26 hotspots in India where there are high rates of deforestation and endemicity (Khoshoo, ).The whole Himalayan belt. Cited Source - Red Data Book Plants of India (Nayar & Sastry ).
Checklist of Threatened Plants of Jammu and Kashmir 0. Share Western Himalaya, Kashmir. Allium stracheyi: 2 ALLIACEAE Vulnerable Endemic to Himalayas. For my book White Mountain: Real and Imagined Journeys in the Himalayas, I read hundreds of books – some skimmed, some pored over and reread several times.
After a while, I was pretty sick of. and diversity of butterflies in Kashmir Himalayas at different altitudes in spring, summer and autumn season during The study revealed that 68 species belonging to 38 genera of 7 families occur in the area.
Diversity was calculated by using Shannon-Wieners Diversity Index. Chapter Aquatic Plant Biodiversity: A Biological Indicator for Monitoring and Assessment of Water Quality Chapter Gymnosperm Diversity of Kashmir Himalayas Section VI: Cross talk between Plant and Microbial Biodiversity Chapter Diversity of Plant Parasitic Nematodes in Pulses Chapter The Influence of Soil Microbes on Plant Diversity.Results of regular monitoring of the species diversity and structure of plant communities is used by conservation biologists to help understand impacts of perturbations caused by humans and other environmental factors on ecosystems worldwide.
Changes in plant communities can, for example, be a reflection of increased levels of pollution, a response to long-term climate.
Walking the Himalayas is the book he wrote on his return. Wood carefully blends in at Kabul, for it is ‘best to avoid anywhere that Terry Taliban reckons he can bag an infidel’, meets a Shaman who talks to the decapitated head of a goat and drinks its blood among the Karakoram Ranges, escapes a car crash with a broken arm and shoulder, sees.