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field key to the trees and lianas of the evergreen forests of the Western Ghats, India

J. P. Pascal

field key to the trees and lianas of the evergreen forests of the Western Ghats, India

by J. P. Pascal

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Published by Institut Français De Pondichéry in [Pondichery] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India,
  • Western Ghats
    • Subjects:
    • Trees -- India -- Western Ghats -- Identification.,
    • Climbing plants -- India -- Western Ghats -- Identification.,
    • Trees -- India -- Western Ghats -- Pictorial works.,
    • Climbing plants -- India -- Western Ghats -- Pictorial works.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementJ.P. Pascal & B.R. Ramesh.
      SeriesPublications de département d"écologie,, 23
      ContributionsRamesh, B. R., Institut français de Pondichéry.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQK358 .P324 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationiii, 236 p. :
      Number of Pages236
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL503679M
      LC Control Number98900823

      Pascal JP, Ramesh BR () A field key to the trees and lianas of the evergreen forests of the Western Ghats (India), institute Francals De Pondechery. Patil SD () Studies in the fungi of Maharashtra with special references to leaf litter fungi. An approved Ph.D. thesis, Poona University, Pune, M.S., India. Ghat region of India comprising mostly dry deciduous and moist deciduous forests. A total of transects of ha (5 × m) area each was used for enumerating trees. Diversity and density of herbs, shrubs, lianas and regeneration of tree species were assessed from 5 .

      ll. Pascal, J. P., Wet Evergreen Forests of the Western Ghats of India, Institut Francais, Pondicherry, Champion, H. G. and Seth, S. K, A Revised Survey of Forest A Field Key to the Trees and Lianas of the Evergreen Forests of the Western Ghats, Institute Francais, Pondicherry, compared with those of other tropical forests. The need for biomonitoring of this synusia in the permanent plot for forest functioning is emphasized. Key words. lianas, Indian Western Ghats, tropical evergreen forest, species-area curve, climbing mechanism. INTRODUCTION Lianas, the woody climbers, are a conspicuous.

      In tropical evergreen forest in the Kolli Hills of the Indian Eastern Ghats, four 2 ha ( m × m) replicate plots (two plots each in undisturbed and human-impacted sites), were inventoried for species diversity of lianas ≥5 cm girth at breast height (g.b.h.) and their relationships with ≥30 cm g.b.h. host trees. Liana diversity included 26 species from 18 families and 24 genera. The evergreen forests of the Western Ghats cover about 60% of the forest area of the State and are recognized as one of the four Biodiversity Hotspots of India. Total Forest cover: % Protected Area network of the State: 5 National Parks (Anshi, Bandipur, Bannerghatta, Kudremukh, Nagarahole) 30 Wildlife Sanctuaries, 15 Conservation Reserves.


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Field key to the trees and lianas of the evergreen forests of the Western Ghats, India by J. P. Pascal Download PDF EPUB FB2

To help ecologists, foresters or other parataxonomists in the field, this field key, based on vegetative characters, helps to identify evergreen woody species (trees and lianas) of low (evergreen forests of the Western Ghats.

A Field Key to the trees and lianas of the evergreen forests of the Western Ghats (India) by Pascal & Ramesh and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Edition: 2nd Edition. References: (), "Wet evergreen forests of the Western Ghats of India" Institut Francias De Pondichery.

J.P. Pascal & B.R. Ramesh, (), "A Field Key to the trees and lianas of the Evergreen forests of the Western Ghats" Institut Francias De Pondichery. Quantitative inventories on lianas in Indian forests are extremely limited, but for a few recent studies in Agumbe forest of central Western Ghats (Padaki & Parthasarathy, ) and in a dry evergreen forest of the Coromandel coast (Parthasarathy Cited by:   The plant species were identified using Flora of the Presidency of Madras, A field key to the trees and lianas of the evergreen forests of the Western Ghats (India) and Biodiversity Informatics and co-Operation in Taxonomy for Interactive shared Knowledge base software.

(), "Wet evergreen forests of the Western Ghats of India" Institut Francias De Pondichery. J.P. Pascal & B.R.

Ramesh, (), "A Field Key to the trees and lianas of the Evergreen forests of the Western Ghats" Institut Francias De Pondichery. Pascal JP and Ramesh BR () A field key to the trees and lianas of the evergreen forests of theWestern Ghats (India).

Institut Francais de Pondichery, Travaux de la section Scientifique et Technique, Tome XXIII, Pondicherry Google Scholar. A Field Key to the Trees an d Lianas of. the Evergreen Forests of t he Western Ghats (In dia). We further analyzed tropical tree communities in Western Ghats, India.

Our analysis of the. FOREST TREES OF THE WESTERN GHATS -authored by Neginhal S.G (I.F.S Retd). This book contains description of all forest trees in Peninsular India and most of Srilanka too.

This book is a valuable field guide for identifying forest trees in the Western and Eastern Ghats, Deccan Plateau and Mangroves in Southern India. tropical wet evergreen forest in southern Western Ghats, India.

B.R. A field key to the trees and lianas of the evergreen forests of that the evergreen forests in the Western Ghats. Semi-evergreen forests are found in the Western Ghats, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, and the Eastern Himalayas.

Such forests have a mixture of the wet evergreen trees and the moist deciduous trees. Ecological studies of the Parambikulam Tiger Reserve in the Western Ghats of India, using Remote Sensing and GIS. Ganesan Magesh, A. R A Field Key to the Identification of Indigenous-arborescent Species of Kerala Forests Field Key to the Trees and Lianas of the Evergreen Forests of Western Ghats.

Institute Francais de Podicherry. The wet evergreen forest of Nelliampathy in the Western Ghats of Kerala in India is a mixed forest with a high species diversity and basal cover.

In this relatively undisturbed ecosystem, canopy gaps are largely formed through single tree fall, but gaps through branch fall, crown fall, standing dead trees or multiple tree fall also occur.

A field key to the trees and lianas of evergreen forests of the Western Ghats (India). Travaux de la Section Scientifique et Technique, vol. French Institute of Pondicherry, India. Pascal J-P and Ramesh B-R Field Key to the Trees and Lianas of the Evergreen Forests of the Western Ghats, India (Pondicherry: Institut Français De Pondichéry) Google Scholar.

Pascal J Explanatory Booklet on the Forest Maps of South India (Pondicherry. A field key to the trees and lianas of the evergreen forests of the western ghats (India). French Institute, Pondicherry, pp Prabhu, M. et al. Fisheries resources of Ullal (Mangalore) in relation to certain environmental factors raring Received: 26th Mar Revised: 29th Mar Accepted: 02nd April Research Article LIANAS AS A FOOD RESOURCE FOR NILGIRI LANGUR (TRACHYPITHECUS JOHNII FISCHER ) IN FORESTS OF WAYANAD, WESTERN GHATS, INDIA Sujana K.

A., C. Sivaperuman1*, & N. Anil Kumar2 Central Botanical Laboratory, Botanical Survey of India. American Journal of Botany 90(4): – POLLINATION SYSTEMS OF TREES IN KAKACHI, AMID-ELEVATION WET EVERGREEN FOREST IN W ESTERN GHATS,INDIA1 M.

SOUBADRA DEVY2,4 AND PRIYA DAVIDAR3,5 2Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment,5th A Main Road, Hebbal, BangaloreIndia; and 3Salim Ali School of.

A field key to the trees and lianas of evergreen forests of the Western Ghats (India).Publication du Departement d'Ecologie n° French Institute, Pondicherry, India. Pascal, J.-P., S. Shyam-Sunder, and V. Meher-Homji.

Forest Map of South India (Mercara-Mysore). Travaux de la Section Scientifique et Technique, Hors Série 18a. Introduction. Tropical forests harbor over 50% of global biodiversity and constitute among the largest terrestrial reservoirs of carbon (Pimm et al.

Bonan ).With ongoing losses amounting to nearly 8 million hectares on average per year (Achard et al. ), an increasing majority of remaining tropical forests exist as degraded fragments in human‐dominated landscapes (Lewis et al. Twenty-seven years of research experience in ecological and taxonomic studies in forest ecosystems.

Involved in carrying out extensive field research in the forests of Western Ghats, Eastern Ghats and tropical dry evergreen (sacred grove) forests on the Coromandel coast and Carnatic areas of India.

Also worked on Seagrass ecosystem. A comparison of liana diversity and abundance made at the standardized scale of 1 ha, using data from various tropical forests of the world indicates that a very high abundance was found in an Ethiopian rainforest and in the Neotropics, followed by Indian tropical dry evergreen forests (Western Ghats), forests in New South Wales and in the.Forests are nurseries and cisterns for our life giving rivers.

Forest areas in the Western Ghats give birth to all the major and minor rivers of the peninsula. Most of the rivers spring from some unknown forest of the Western Ghats and yet there is a wholesale destruction and wanton pillage of forest areas that give birth to the rivers.