4 edition of Ecoregion-based conservation in the eastern Himalaya found in the catalog.
Ecoregion-based conservation in the eastern Himalaya
|Statement||compiled by Eric D. Wikramanayake ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Wikramanayake, Eric D., WWF Nepal Program.|
|LC Classifications||QH77.N35 E36 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 178 p. :|
|Number of Pages||178|
|LC Control Number||2003308275|
In the Kanchenjunga Transboundary Conservation Landscape of the Eastern Himalaya, people remain dependent upon biomass energy for virtually all domestic uses, including cooking food, boiling water and tea, space heating, and preparing cattle feed. Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) is being adopted only gradually and unevenly. We examined patterns and determinants of fuel wood versus Cited by: 1. Birds are reliable and widely used indicators for conservation planning and monitoring. We reviewed birds of the Kangchenjunga Landscape, a transboundary complex shared by Bhutan, India and Nepal in the Eastern Himalaya. Using literature, we analyzed the bird survey efforts in the landscape, their taxonomic representation, global threat status, distribution patterns, and habitat Cited by: 2.
In the Kanchenjunga Transboundary Conservation Landscape of the Eastern Himalaya, people remain dependent upon biomass energy for virtually all domestic uses, including cooking food, boiling water and tea, space heating, and preparing cattle feed. Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) is being adopted only gradually and unevenly. We examined patterns and determinants of fuel wood versus LPG use for Cited by: 1. Eastern Himalaya Our research is primarily focused on various aspects of hornbill biology, frugivory and seed dispersal, tree phenology and ecological restoration in the tropical forests of North-eastern India, combined with community based conservation activities and nature education - in partnership with government and local community.
New Species Discoveries,The Eastern Himalayas,Where Worlds Collide WWF 29 Brandt J. S. Allendorf T. Radeloff V. Brooks J. Effects of national forest-management regimes on unprotected forests of the Himalaya Conservation Biology 31 6 2-s /cobi 30 Krishna C. M. Kumar A. Ray P. C. Impact of road. Climate-change Impacts on the Biodiversity of the The Eastern Himalayas are considered to be a region of global importance for biodiversity, and C. Carpenter, H. Strand, and M. McKnight. Ecoregion-Based Conservation in the Eastern Himalaya. Identifying Important Areas for Biodiversity Conservation. World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and File Size: 2MB.
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Ecoregion-based conservation in the eastern Himalaya: identifying important areas for biodiversity conservation Author: Eric D Wikramanayake ; WWF Nepal Program.
A biodiversity vision for the Eastern Himalaya. Introduction. Ecoregion-based biodiversity conservation: a synopsis. Ecoregion-based conservation in the Eastern Himalaya.
Geological origins and biological overview of the Eastern Himalaya. Biological conservation in the Eastern Himalaya: focal species and ecological processes. Based on the hypothesis that trans-boundary biodiversity protection involves understanding tightly coupled interrelationships between natural systems and human society, a theoretic institution framework of sixfold matrix including economic, technical, social, environmental, ethnical/cultural, and political dimensions was structured to promote the efficient trans-boundary biodiversity conservation in the Himalayan Cited by: 1.
The Big Conservation Lie' is a wake up call focused on a field that has been 'front and centre' of many people's hearts and minds in recent years; The conservation of Africa's wildlife.
It is a pursuit whose power to inspire is only rivalled by it's ability to blind it's audience to reality. Publications advanced search This highly topical book considers the important question of how best to protect the environment of the Third Pole – the area comprising the Hindu Kush Himalayas and Tibetan Plateau – using the tool of international law.
Ecoregion-based conservation in the Eastern Himalaya: identifying important areas. It is a transboundary conservation and developmental program, which envisages the ecosystem services and long-term ecological monitoring in the North East Himalaya.
View project Project. This contribution highlights the importance of land‐use controls, the need for higher investments in conservation, education and research, the urgency Ecoregion-based conservation in the eastern Himalaya book resolving human‐wildlife conflicts and linking biodiversity and livelihoods to meet future conservation challenges in the by: 7.
The eastern foothills and low hills upto 2,m display a rainforest ecology, the central region is a transitional semi-wet region, while the western division is an arid desert. Resources: The Himalayan region also has ecological significance beyond its biodiversity. It is called the Water Tower of the World as it is the source of some of the.
This historic action was an important landmark in the Eastern Himalayas. It demonstrated the government’s commitment to the delegation of power to local communities. This victory was led by WWF’s conservation heroes Mingma Norbu Sherpa and Dr. Chandra Gurung, who both passed away in a tragic accident on their way back from Kangchenjunga.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Ecoregion-Based Conservation in the Eastern Himalaya: Identifying Important Areas for Biodiversity Conservation: Compiled by Eric D Wikramanayake, Chris Carpentert, Holly Strand and Meghan McKnight, WWF Nepal Program,pbk, ix, p, tables, figs, ISBN:Rs.
Orders to [email protected] Brian Williams, “Red Panda in Eastern Nepal: How do They Fit into Ecoregional Conservation of the Eastern Himalaya“.
Conservation Biology in Asia (). Published by the Society for Conservation Biology Asia Section and Resources Himalaya, Kathmandu, Nepal. Chapter Pages Ecoregion-based conservation (ERBC) is the crux of the.
EASTERN HIMALAYA The IUCN Red List of Threatened SpeciesTM The STaTuS and diSTribuTion of freShwaTer biodiverSiTy in The eaSTern himalaya D.J. Allen, S. Molur and B.A. Daniel (Compilers) The S T a T u S and d i ST ribu T ion of f re S hwa T er b iodiver S i T y in T he e a ST ern h imalaya inTernaTional union for ConServaTion of naTure WORLD.
Ecoregion-Based Conservation in the Eastern Himalaya; Thorsell, J. and on. A Global Overview of Mountain Protected Areas on the World Heritage List. The Eastern Himalayas have a much more sophisticated geomorphic history and pervasive topographic features than the Central Himalayas.
In the southwest of the Sub-Himalayas lies the Singalila Ridge, the western end of a group of uplands in of the Sub-Himalayas are in Nepal; a small portion reaches into Sikkim, India and a fragment is in the southern half of Bhutan.
It is part of the World Wildlife Fund's Eastern Himalayan Ecoregion and has been named in its Global list. • Conservation International has labelled it the “Himalayan Hotspot”. • Birdlife International and Bird Conservation Nepal have designated it as one of Nepal's Important Bird Areas.
•Author: Brian H. Williams, Bhagawan R. Dahal, Tulsi R. Subedi. Information about the Himalaya Biodiversity Hotspot was developed using our ecosystem profile and the book “Hotspots Revisited.
primitive and spectacular taxa in eastern Himalaya and strategies for their conservation. Ecoregion-based Conservation in the Eastern Himalaya. Transboundary conservation and snow leopards.
Snow leopards (Panthera uncia) are top predators that live in environments with relatively low productivity, and they are well-known for having large home range sizes, up to – km 2 (Jackson et al., ).Most protected areas are too small to harbor self-sustaining populations of snow by: 3.
The initiative seeks to make the system of research and technology development more responsive, accessible and relevant to the needs of the poor in the Himalayan Region. It comprises an integrated research & extension system for technologies that ensure quality of life in the Himalayan Region along with conservation of the Himalayan ecology.
Resources Himalaya, based in Kathmandu, was awarded a grant of $, over three years to upgrade its GIS and mapping facilities and strengthen its ability to provide technical support to conservation organizations in the region. Two grants totaling $, will help strengthen the protected areas and biological corridor system in Bhutan.
Conservation Overview The need for environmental conservation in the Kullu Valley has very early origins. Local villagers recognized that certain trees, groves, and forests had special attributes and these areas were always protected from exploitation.
Since Indian independence (), environmental pressures have steadily increased in the Kullu Valley with growing population, development, and.The Far-Eastern Himalaya Landscape (FHL), a shared transboundary landscape between China, India, and Myanmar, is one of the most intact and biologically rich landscapes in the Eastern Himalaya.
Yet, the state of biodiversity and its significance are comparatively poorly known to conservationists and policy makers due to low priority in research, inaccessibility, and : Deepa Basnet, Pratikshya Kandel, Nakul Chettri, Yongping Yang, Mahendra Singh Lodhi, Naing Zaw Htun.
Mountains occupy 24% of the global land surface area and are home to 12% of the world’s population. They have ecological, aesthetic, and socioeconomic significance, not only for people living in mountain areas, but for those living beyond. Mountains need specific attention for their contribution to global goods and services, especially by developing and implementing mountain Cited by: