Ecological carnage in the Himalaya
The book is written in 15 chapters by the eminent mountain scholars. The author attempts to present the scenario of ecological carnage in the Himalayas with concrete suggestions to avert and reverse the process.
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activities Almora altitude Anil Kumar 1995 animal cent Central Himalaya changes Chipko Chipko movement conservation damage degradation Dehra Dun Delhi diversity earthquakes ecological movement economic ecosystem Edited by Vir environment environmental erosion factors fault fish Fisheries fodder fodder species fodder trees fragile fuel Ganga Ganga basin Garhwal genetic resources germplasm grazing ground accelerations Gujars hectare hill Himachal Pradesh Himalayan region human hydroponic I.B.D. Dehra Dun increased India Indo-Gangetic plain input kilo jule energy Kumaun Kumaun Himalaya lakes landslides livestock mahseers material milk production minerals mining monsoon mountain agriculture mountain areas Nainital Nepal nutrient solution optiva percent plants plate tectonics pollution population R. J. Sharma reservoir river roads Sehgal seismic Sharma and Anil Shimla slopes Social Forestry soil source rivers streams stress drop sustainability tannins Tehri dam timber tion Uttarakhand valley vegetation villages Vir Singh Yamuna zone