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Faunal diversity of Pong Dam and its catchment area (District Kangra, Himachal Pradesh)

Faunal diversity of Pong Dam and its catchment area (District Kangra, Himachal Pradesh)

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Published by Zoological Survey of India in Kolkata .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Animals -- India -- Pong Dam Lake -- Classification,
  • Animal diversity -- India -- Pong Dam Lake,
  • Wetland animals -- India -- Pong Dam Lake

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by the Director, Zoological Survey of India.
    GenreClassification
    SeriesWetland ecosystem series -- 12
    ContributionsZoological Survey of India.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL309 .F38 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination138 p., [viii p.] of plates :
    Number of Pages138
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24100222M
    ISBN 109788181712363
    LC Control Number2010316684

    Pong Dam Lake Pong Dam is situated at district Kangra and the bank of Beas river along boundary of Himachal and Punjab states. It is situated at 58’57”N and 03’33”E m above msl in Kangra District with an area of hectare. It is a water storage reservoir. Abom, Rickard () The impact of weeds and prescribed fire on faunal diversity. PhD thesis, James Cook University. Alamgir, Mohammed, and Turton, Stephen () Ecosystem services from small-scale forestry: a comparative analysis. In: Abstracts from the IUFRO Research Group Small-scale Forestry Conference. p.

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    Fires and commercial exploitation of the forests have resulted in the elimination of , hectares (, acres) per year. Overgrazing is degrading the semiarid northern range lands. By the mids, Cameroon had lost 40% of its mangrove swamps. The Dja Faunal reserve is a natural UNESCO World Heritage Site. Any area other than area comprised with any reserve forest or the territorial waters can be notified by the State Government to constitute as a sanctuary if such area is of adequate ecological, faunal, floral, geomorphological, natural. or zoological significance, for the purpose of protecting, propagating or developing wildlife or its environment.


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