Vol 48, No 3 (2022)

Special issue part 2

Table of Contents


Thar Desert Bioresources: Significance, Conservation and Sustainable Management in Anthropocene PDF
Sumitra Kumari Choudhary, Ashok Kumar Patel, Kheta Ram, Narpat S Shekhawat 267-280


Assessing potential distribution zone prone to invasion risk of Hyptis suaveolens (L) in Jharkhand, Eastern India using Maxent PDF
Sk Mujibar Rahaman, Brojo Gopal Ghosh, Sanjoy Garai, Masjuda Khatun, Ashish Ranjan, Rajesh Mishra, Sharad Tiwari 281-294
Will Ethulia gracilis Del Become Invasive in India? An Analysis Using Ecological Niche Modelling Approach PDF
Neelavar Ananthram Aravind, Bipin Ananthram Charles, Gudasalamani Ravikanth 295-301
Emerging pattern of arthropod assemblages, biomass and damage on native and non-native plant species PDF
Anupam Sunny, Swati Diwakar, Gyan Prakash Sharma 303-316
Hyperspectral Remote Sensing for Mapping Foliar Pigment Concentration in Mudumalai Tiger Reserve, India PDF
B.S. P.C. Kishore, Amit Kumar, Purabi Saikia, M L Khan 317-331
Comparative Analysis of Leguminous and Non-Leguminous Tree species in terms of Leaf Chemistry and Nutrient Cycling PDF
Manisha Pragya, PURABI SAIKIA 333-344
Impact of Shifting Cultivation on Green Infrastructure: A Remote Sensing Perspective PDF
Amit Kumar 345-356
Evaluation of spectral indices to monitor the vegetation species in a sanctuary for carbon sequestration in soils using Landsat satellite remote sensing PDF
Shreya Tripathi, Raj Setia, Tapan Ghosh, Prem L Uniyal, Amit Kumar 357-365
Tree Regeneration and Vegetation Structure in High Altitudes of Uttarakhand Himalaya, India PDF
Orus Ilyas 367-379
Effect of Forest Fire on Tree Species Diversity in the Tropical Dry Deciduous Forest of Nauradehi Wildlife Sanctuary, Madhya Pradesh, Central India PDF
Dinesh Malasiya, Tapas Ray, Satyam Verma, Radha Rajpoot, Devanand Maurya, Tinku Kumar, Pramod Kumar Khare, Mohammed Latif Khan 381-388

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