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Forest Biodiversity and landscape

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Theme: 4.1


Forests ecosystem and biodiversity

4.1.1

Diversity of Lepidopteran Insect Herbivores and
Pollinators on
Acacia nilitia

in Tamil Nadu, India.


A. Balu, *Dhileep
an K., Kirshnakumar N., Murugesan S.,
Senthilkumar P., Senthilkumar M and Mahalakshmi R
.



Institute of Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding, Coimbatore.

* Biosecurity Queensland, Department of Employment,
Economic Development and Innovation, Alan Fletcher
Re
search Station, Sherwood, Queensland 4075, Australia.


Email:
balu@icfre.org



Oral

4.1.2

Effects of Grazing on Species Composition of Herbaceous
Flora of Anantnag Forest Division, South Kashmir (J&K)

Aabid Rasool Zarg
ar

Forest Research Institute, Dehradun

Email: writetoaabid@gmail.com


Oral

4.1.3

Conservation of Medicinal plant biodiversity in forest
ecosystem through AM fungi
-

A case study of forest areas
in Jharkhand


A. N. Singh

Central Mines Office

Barbil, Keonj
har (Odisaa)


Email:amaranc2010@gmail.com


Oral

4.1.4

Pod, Seed and Rhizomatus Studies of Endangered
Medicinal Plant
-

Gentiana kurroo

Anita Tomar

Forest Research Institute

India

Email:
anitatomar@rediffmai
l.com


Oral

4.1.5

Plant diversity status and regeneration potential of
Cedrus
deodara

forest of Chakrata Forest Division

Oral

Anup Chandra and P.K. Pande

Forest Research Institute

India

Email: anup@icfre.org


4.1.6

Bioengineering an Integrated Approach

for Landslides
Stabilization in the Himalayas



Ashish Rawat, Prafulla Soni* and H.B. Vasistha*

Centre for Ecology Development and Research

*Forest Ecology & Environment Division, Forest Research
Institute, Dehradun, India

Email: ashish.fri@gmail.com


Or
al

4.1.7



Diversity, abundance and distribution of mesocarnivores in
Pench Tiger Reserve, Madhya Pradesh, India.



Ayan Sadhu

Forest Research Institute University

Email: sadhuayan@gmail.com



Oral

4.1.8

Documentation of invasive plant species in forest

and non
-
forest areas of Latehar and Hazaribhag districts
Jharkhand


India


Baragur Divakara,

Santosh Prasad, Rameshwar Das and P.
K. Pande*

Institute of Forest Productivity

Email:
bndsira@gmail.com

*Wood Anatomy
Disciplie, Botany Division, Forest Research
Institute, Dehradun
-
248006

Email: pandep123@rediffmail.com



poster

4.1.9

Phenological variations and reproductive success in rare
true mangroves


B. Nagarajan, D. Jesubalan and M. Krishnamoorthy

Division of Pla
nt Biotechnology and Cytogenetics

Institute of Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding, Coimbatore

Email:
nagarajan@icfre.org

Oral

4.1.10

Phyto
-
resources of patch vegetation in rural areas and
livelihood security


D. Dutta, Prtul Hazarika and K. N. Barua

Rain Forest research Institute, Jorhat

Email: duttad@icfre.org


Oral

4.1.11

Acacia albida
a qualified tree species for desert and
wasteland development

Deep Mala

Forest Research Institute

India

Email: sharmap@icfre
.org


Oral

4.1.12

Species Diversity and its distribution in Jalore district of
Rajasthan

Desha Meena and Hukum Singh

IFGTB, Coimbatore

India

Email: desha@icfre.org


Oral

4.1.13

Status and conservation strategies for Banj oak (
Quercus
leucotrichophora

A.
Camus) forests in Central Himalaya,
India


Gajendra Singh

Wildlife Institute of India

India

Email: gajendrawat@yahoo.com


Oral

4.1.14

Regeneration and community structure of
Quercus
floribunda

Rehder, forests in Western Himalayan Region of
Uttarakhand, In
dia.

Isha Rana

Forest Research Institute

India

Email: ishauhf19@gmail.com


Oral

4.
1.15

Biological Diversity Act, 2002 A critical analysis for
institution of section to protect Proprietary Right of
individual(s) ,Clan and communities granted under special
provisions vide Sixth Schedule and Article 371(A) of Indian
Oral

constitution

Lalit Kumar Jha

NEHU, India

Email: an_aj@rediffmail.com


4.1.16

Studies on population structure and regeneration of
Pterocarpus marsupium
in Eastern aspect of Southern
Western G
hats.


M Maria Dominic Savio

Institute of Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding, Coimbatore

India

Email: dominic@icfre.org


Oral

4.1.17

Post Tsunami Status of Mangrove Biodiversity in
Andaman & Nicobar Islands, India

Mani Saxena, M. India Saxena
1
, P. Raghvan
2
, T.Coomar
3

and A. Saxena
4


Independent Women Scientist


1 Ex
-

Scientific Associate (Mangroves), Andaman &
Nicobar Islands Forests & Plantations Development
Corporation Limited (ANIFPDCL), Port Blair, A & N
Islands (India)


2 Junior Research Fellow, ANIFPD
CL


3 Managing Director, ANIFPDCL4Addl. Principal Chief
Conservator of Forests, Department of Environment &
Forests, A & N Islands (India).


Email:
dr.manisaxena@gmail.com



Oral

4.1.18

Conservation Strate
gy for
Catamixis baccharoides,

An
Endangered Plant

Massarat Aziz

Forest Research Institute Dehradun

Email: masrat.012@gmail.com


Oral

4.1.19

Effect of Different Host Plants on the Biology of a
Polyphagous Pest,
Spilarctia obliqua

Walk. (Lepidoptera
Arcti
idae).

Mohammad Faisal

Forest Research Institute

Oral

India

Email: faisal_fri@yahoo.com


4.1.20

Bambusa vulgaris

and
B
.
wamin
-

Are they two different
species: Insights from molecular marker and DNA
sequence data

Md Aminul Islam

TERI, India

Email: amin20
.2008@rediffmail.com


Oral

4.1.21

Angiospermic diversity of district Haridwar, Uttarakhand,
India

Nafeesh Ahamed*, Neetu* and A.K.Gupta**

*Division of Genetics & Tree Propagation

Forest Research Institute, Dehradun

**Department of Botany,Meerut College,

Meerut (U.P.)

Email: dr.nafeesh@gmail.com


Oral

4.1.22

Diploknema butyracea

a potential source of livelihood
improvement

Nawa Bahar, V.R.R. Singh and Preeti Sharma

Silviculture Division

Forest Research Institute, Dehra Dun

Email: baharn@icfre.org


Ora
l

4.1.23

Diversity and community structure of tropical forests along
with a disturbance gradient in Barak Valley of Assam,
India.


Nepolion Borah
1
,
A
.
Florida Devi
1

And
S
.
C
.
Garkoti
2

Department
Of
Ecology
And
Environmental Science
,

1
Assam University Silc
har
-
7880112

School
Of
Environmental Sciences
,

2
Jawaharlal Nehru University
-
110067


Email
: Nepoalltim123@Gmail

Oral

4.1.24

Impact of habitation on natural Sal forest ecosystem in
Doon Valley A case study


Nirmal Ram, Pramod Kumar and Lal Singh

Forest Ecol
ogy and Environment Division

Forest Research Institute, Dehradun


Email: ramn@icfre.org

Poster


4.1.25

Vegetation analysis of Karwapani wetland, Doon valley
(Uttarakhand)

Nisha Subba and Pramod Kumar

Forest E
cology and Environment Division,

Forest Research Institute,Dehradun

Oral

4.1.26

Study of soil attributes and phytosociology of
Ailanthus
excelsa

plantation in jakhan block of Dehradun Forest
Division, Uttarakhand
s IN WEST V



Nishita giri
* and Laxmi Rawat

Forest Ecology and Environment Division,

*
Forest Research Institute, University, Dehradun (U.K.), India

Oral

4.1.27

Allelopathy in Temperate Forest Ecosystem in western
Himalayas

Ombir Singh, VRR Singh and Vidya Rattan

Silviculture Div
ision

Forest Research Institute, Dehradun
-

248006


Oral

4.1.28


The dry season blooming tree species, boswellia
ovalifoliolata( Burseraceae) and Terminalia pallida(
Combretaceae) as key food plants for insect and birds
during dry season in Southern Easte
rn Ghats of Andhra
Pradesh

Panchagnula Hareesh Chandra, K.Venkata Ramana

Department of Environmental Sciences,

Andhra University

Visakhapatnam 530003 India


Email:
hareeshchandu@gmail.com

Oral

4.1.29

Geomorphology, land use systems and phytosociology of
umbaniun micro
-
watershed, meghalaya, India

Phylliewbor Nylla Rymbai

North Eastern Hill University, India

email: bornilbai@rediffmail.com


Oral

4.1.30

Phytosociological Study and Resource Anal
ysis of
Medicinal Herbs of Padder Valley in J&K

Pardeep Singh

FRI, Dehradun, India

Email: pardeepcharak@gmail.com


Oral


4.1.31

Seed characteristics and germination behaviour of
undehisced fruits in
Aphanamixis polystachya

Implications
for reducing seed
harvest cycles

Prasanna Gogate

College of forestry

India

Email: gogatepp@gmail.com


Oral


4.1.32

Reproductive Ecology of
Mimosa diplotricha

C. Wright.


Praveen Verma

Rain Forest Research Institute Jorhat Assam

India

Email: vermapk@icfre.org


Poster

4.1
.33

Mangrove Diversity In Andaman And Nicobar Islands
(India)

Ragavan P

ANIFPDCL

India

Email: van.ragavan@gmail.com


Oral


4.1.34

Management of ecosystem through conventional methods
for conserving biodiversity Sacred Groves in Madhya
Pradesh

Rajiv Rai

TFRI, Jabalpur

India

Email: rajivrai@icfre.org


poster

4.1.35

Habitat usage and ranging pattern of Asian elephant,
Elephas maximus in fragmented forest areas and
plantations in the Munnar Landscape, Southern Western
Ghats.

Rameshan M , Toms Augustine an
d Ramasamy E.V.

School of Environmental Sciences,
Mahatma Gandhi
University Kottayam,India

E
-
mail: ramesh.emmem@gmail.com


poster

4.1.36

Green Chemistry Approach to Enhance the Silk
Production from Bombyx mori L.


Rashmi
S
ehrawat

Forest Research Institu
te,

India


E
-
mail: rashmi@icfre.org


Oral


4.1.37

A relative study of the spatiotemporal variations of
microbial population in shola and grassland soils of
tropical montane forest
K
erala influence of impo
r
tant soil
physicochemical characteristics and nutr
ients

Rinoy Varghese1, Suchithra R1, Nishamol S.1 and A.A.M
Hatha2

1School of Environmental Sciences, Mahatma Gandhi
University, Kottayam, Kerala.

2Department of Marine Biology, Microbiology and
Biochemistry, Cochin University of Science and
Technology, Co
chin, Kerala

Email: renochirackal@gmail.com


Oral


4.1.38

some ecology issues and termite (insecta isoptera) disperson
in state
H
aryana a study under different eco
-
climatic
conditions

Sachin Kumar


Forest Research Institute,India


E
-
mail:
sk29jan@gmail.com


poster

4.1.39

Environmental benefits of live fence and their role in
biodiversity conservation

Sajiwan Kumar

Bastar Vishwavidyalaya Jagdalpur

India

Email: sanjeeven_kumar@rediffmail.com


Oral

4.1.40

Effect of
fertilizer application on growth and yield of
Salvadora persica on arid salt affected soil

Sangeeta tripathi, Ranjana Arya and R.R.Lohara

Non
-
Wood Forest Products Division, Arid Forest Research
Institute, Jodhpur

India

Email: sangeeta@icfre.org


Oral

4.
1.41

D
iversity of bee fauna of the nilgiris and strategies for their
conservation

Shashidharan

K R and C. Kunhikannan

Institute of Forest Genetics and Tree Breeding

India

Email: sasi@icfre.org


Oral

4.142

Biodiversity conservation in context to sustaina
ble land and
ecosystem management (slem) mainstreaming and up
-
scaling

Rabindra Kumar, Dharmendra Verma, SK Sharma and
Oral

S
AS

Biswas

Directorate of Extension ICFRE Dehradun

India

Email:
slemicfre@gmail.com



4.1
.43

Seasonal Variation in species richness of ground dwelling
spiders along the altitude, Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve,
Uttarakand, Western Himalaya

Shazia Quasin

Wildlife Institute of India

Email: shazia.quasin@gmail.com


Oral

4.1.44

Floral diversity of

the Jaisalmer district of Rajasthan and
its Value

S. R Baloch** and Pramod Kumar*

** NWFP Division,


*Forest Ecology and Environment Division

Forest Research Institute, India

Email: balochsr@icfre.org


Oral

4.1.45

Indian forestry research
-
challenges a
head


S.K.Shanmugha Sundaram & N.Krishna Kumar
,

IFGTB, Coimbatore.

Email:
skssundaram@icfre.org



Oral

4.1.46

Cause, Pattern and Consequences of Plant Diversity in
Chilapatta Reserve Forest of Duars, West Ben
gal


Sumit Chakravarty

Uttar Banga Krishi Viswavidyalaya Cooch Behar

India

E
-
mail:
c_drsumit@yahoo.com

Oral

4.1.47

Planting shade trees in the paddy fields of Apatani tribe of
Arunachal Pradesh could save rare rice

biodiversity


Swati Chaliha


Institute of Green Economy

India

E
-
mail:
swatichaliha@gmail.com

Oral

4.1.48

Species Diversity of the Forest Plants in Nowshera Block,
District Rajouri, (J&K), India.


L. R. Dangwa
l, Tajinder Singh* & Antima Sharma
.

Oral

Herbarium and Plant Systematic Lab., H.N.B Garhwal Central
University,SRT Campus, Badshahithaul Tehri Garhwal
-
249199

Email:
tajkhalsa@gmail.com

4.1.49

Impact of ban on g
reen felling on coniferous forests of
Uttarakhand Himalayas

Vijay Dhawan, Dr.V.R.R. Singh, Deepak Mishra

Silviculture Division, FRI, India

Email: dhawanvk@icfre.org


Oral

4.1.50

Landscape Conservation
-

Challenges and the Way
Forward

Virendra Kumar Melka
ni

Wildlife Institute of India

Email: melkani@wii.gov.in


Oral

4.1.51

Ecological Studies of Shrub species in Chaupal Forest
Division of Himachal


Zahoor Mir

Forest Research Institute

India

Email: baba.mir007@gmail.com


Oral

4.1.52

Strengthening Instituti
onal Structures to Implement the
Biological Diversity Act with reference to the Biodiversity
Conservation of Jharkhand State, India


Sas. Biswas


Consultant (Documentation)

Government of India
-
UNDP Project


Strengthening Institutional Structures for I
mplementing the
Biological Diversity Act


Ranchi, Jharkhand


Oral

4.1.53

Studies on the seed germination, seed viability and
propagation of endangered
Salvadora
oleoides

Decne. Haryana Experience


Jagdish Chander

Govt of Haryana Forest Department

India

Em
ail:
jagdish.chander@hotmail.com

Oral

Sub
-
Theme: 4.2


Protected areas management: new paradigms

4.2.1

Evaluation of financing mechanisms in Rajaji National
Park for the development of Recreational serv
ices


Ajay Kumar Gupta

Forest Research Institute

India

Email: ewmajay@gmail.com


Oral

4.2.2

Linking Protcted Areas and Peple in Southern Western
Ghats
-

Challenges and Opportunities


Anil Kumar Bhardwaj

Wildlife Institute of India,India

E
-
mail:
anilbhardwaj@wii.gov.in


Oral

4.2.3

A study of Floristic diversity of pure sal forest of
Achanakmar
-

Amarkantak Biosphere Reserve

Bhavana Dixit

Guru Ghasidas University, Bilaspur

Email: dixit1968@yahoo.com


Oral

4.2.4

Protected Areas Management in Odisha: An Institutional
Approach

Brajaraja Mishra

Centre for Economic and Social Studies

Email: mishrabrajaraja@gmail.com


Oral

4.2.5

Tree species composition in natural and pan jhum
ecosystem of badsahitila reserve forests
, karimganj
district,
A
ssam

Debajit Rabha

Assam University Silchar, India

Email: d10rabha@gmail.com


Oral

4.2.6

Diversity and Population status of rattans in Kaziranga
National Park, Assam

Hari Ram Bora

Rain Forest Research Institute Jorhat Assam

India

E
mail:
borahr@icfre.org


Oral

4.2.7

Impact of policies on lives and livelihood of local people
living in and around the Protected Area (PA) A case from
Sunabeda Wildlife Sanctuary, Nuapada District, Orissa,
India

Oral

He
manta Bag

Regional centre for development cooperation

Email: hemantbag@gmail.com


4.2.8

Soil and water as indicators of resource condition in a
protected area: A case study, Rajaji National Park

Manoj Kumar
1
, Asha Rajvanshi, Monika Vashishtha

1
Fores
t Research Institute Dehradun

India

Email:
kumarmanoj@icfre.org



Oral

4.2.9

A GIS Database for Adaptive Grassland Management in
Dudhwa National Park, India

Neha Midha

World Wide Fund for Nature

India

Email: n_mi
dha@rediffmail.com


Oral

4.2.10

Land Cover Change Detection in Nanda Devi Biosphere
Reserve for Biodiversity Management

Priyamvada Bagaria

Indian Institute of Information Technology and
Management Kerala

Email: priyamvada.bagaria@gmail.com


Oral

4.2.11

Altitudinal Gradients Affecting Floristic Diversity An
Assessment in Shingan Valley Falling in the Rakchham
-
Chitkul Wild life Sanctuary District Kinnaur, Himachal
Pradesh

Raj
Kumar
Verma and K. S. Kapoor

HFRI Shimla

India

Email: vermaraj@icfre.org


Oral

4.2.12

Distribution, Status and Conservation of Primates in
Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala, India.


Ramesh Kumar, Karthik Vasudevan, Vinod Kumar
Uniyal and H. S. Sushma


Wildlife Institute of India



Email: rameshifos@gmail.com


poster

4.2.13

B
ryophyte Diversity at Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve
(Madhya Pradesh)
-

Overview and Importance

Reesa Gupta

National Botanical Research Institute

Oral

India

Email: reesa_gupta@rediffmail.com


Sub
-
Theme: 4.3


Man


animal interface

4.3.1

Chemical control o
f adults of Leptocybe invasa Fisher &
LaSalle (Hymenoptera Eulophidae), an invasive gall
inducer on Eucalyptus, in the Laboratory.


Aparna Shri*1, Gurumayum Ranibala2, Sudhir Singh3

1 Research Scholar, Forest Entomology Division, Forest
Research Institute
,

2 Gyrumayum Ranibala, JRF, Dept. of Forestry, North
Eastern Regional Institute Of Science & Technology
(NERIST), Niruli, Arunchal Pradesh

3 Scientist E, Forest Entomology Division, Forest Research
Institute, Dehradun.

Email: apshri.ento@gmail.com


Oral

4.3.2

Inter
-
state coordination mechanism and strategies: A
case study on protected areas in the states of Kerala,
Karnataka and Tamilnadu”

Malathi Priya M
#
, Vinod Kumar Uniyal

and Karthik
Vasudevan

Wildlife Institute of India,
P.O Box # 18,
Chandrabani
Dehradun
-
248001, Uttarakhand, India
.



Hari Singh Fellow &
Corresponding author
.
E
-
mail
:
malathiifs@gmail.com
, Tel no: 09456166191


Oral

4.3.3

Sundarban mangrove forest itself a great threat of Bengal
Tigers


Samik Gupta

and

Manisha Halder


Member, International Union for Conservation of Nature,
Commission on Education and Communication (IUCN
-
CEC), National Educ
ational Project Director, Wild India,
Supported by MoEF, Government of India and the Editor,
Nature Indian


Senior Research Fellow, Species Survival Society and
Special Correspondent, Nature India Group


website: www.natureindian.net


Oral

4.3.4

A pilot s
tudy on the rising human elephant conflict in
B
aghty valley in wokha district of
N
agaland


1
Somesh Singh,
1
Lansothung Lotha,
2
Tsenchibemo Lotha,

B.M. Arora
3
,
1
S.B. Lal,
1
B. Mehra

1
School of Forestry and Environment, SHIATS (Formerly
Allahabad Agricultural
Institute), Deemed
-
to
-
be
-
University,
Allahabad


211 007, UP, India

2

Department of Forest, Environment, Ecology and Wildlife,
Kohima, Nagaland


797 001, India

3
M
-
83, B.D.A. Colony, Tibrinath, Bareilly


243 005, UP,
India

Oral

Sub
-
Theme

4.4



Ecosystems

goods and services and forest resources accounting

4.4.1

M
orphological, biochemi
cal and genetic variability in
C
ommiphora wightii (arn.) bhandari

IN


Aarti
G
aur

Arid Forest Research Institute

India


Email: aartigaur310@gmail.com

Oral

4.4.2

Effect of Cul
tivation on the Chemical Profile of
Swertia chirata

Buch.
-

Ham

AK Sharma

Forest Research Institute

Email: sharmaak@icfre.org


poster

4.4.3

Medicinal Plants of Paddar Valley, Jammu & Kashmir A
Quantitative Study

AK Sharma

Forest Research Institute

India

Em
ail: sharmaak@icfre.org

Oral

4.4.4

Ficus trees in agroecosystems of Karnataka state, South India a
socio
-
economic perspective

Dhanya Bhaskar

University of Agricultural Sciences Raichur Karnataka

India

Email: krupaias@gmail.com

Oral

4.4.5

Constitution of
Forest Ecosystem Services Regulatory Authority
for developing effective Market Mechanism for the Forest
Ecosystem Services

Oral

Dvijendra K. Sharma*, Vinay Sinha**, H. S. Gupta***

*DIGF, MoEF, New Delhi ; **CCF, Forest Deptt. Nagpur;
***Prof. HS Gupta, IIFM, Bh
opal

E
-
mail
digfnaeb@gmail.com



4.4.6

Rainwater harvesting enhances restoration process and carbon
storage in degraded hills of Aravalli in south
-
western Rajasthan

Genda Singh

Arid Forest Research Institute
Jodhpur

India

Email: gsingh@icfre.org


Oral

4.4.7

Population estimation of some important tree species a case
study of Asola Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary

Jawaid Ashraf

Forest Research Institute

India


Email:
jawaid@ic
fre.org


Oral

4.4.8

Effectiveness of FRI
-
wire technique for vegetative propagation
of Rudraksh (
Elaeocarpus ganitrus
)



Lokho Puni

FRI, Dehradun

India

Email:
punimao@icfre.org

poster

4.4.9

Biodiversity Informati
cs A new perspective the look
biodiversity Research & Development in Forestry and Allied
Science


Neelesh yadav

Forest Research Institute Dehradun

India

Email;
neeleshy@gmail.com

Oral

4.4.10

Comparing biomass and

water use of Eucalyptus camaldulensis
with native tree species under different level of water logging
and salinity in Indian arid zone


Nirmalya Bala

Arid Forest Research Institute Jodhpur

India

poster

Email:
nbala@icfre.or
g

Sub


Theme: 4.5


Eco
-

tourism

4.5.1

Valuation of Recreational Services in Kamla

Nehru Ridge, Delhi


Amit K
umar

Forest Research Insitute

Dehradun, India


Email:
amitkumarkush834@gmail.com

Ora
l

4.5.2

Valuation based on TCM approach and visitors response for
recreational sites at Mussoorie, Uttarakhand


Deepika Dogra

Forest Research Institute

Dehradun, India



Poster

4.5.3

Forests, Communities and Ecotourism


Swathi Seshadri

EQUATIONS

India

Em
ail:
swathi.s@equitabletourism.org


Oral

4.5.4

Economic Benefits and Conservation Linkages from Promotion
of environmentally responsible Tourism in Massanjore
Hydroelectric Dam, Dumka, Jharkhand


Sweta

Priyam

Forest Research Institute

India

Email:
priyam.sweta@gmail.com


Oral

4.5.5

Exploration of edible plant diversity based on indigenous
knowledge from Jaunsar

Bawar region in Uttarakhand

Veena Chandra

Bo
tany Division

Forest Research Institute

Dehradun, India

Oral




chandrav@icfre.org

4.5.6

Wild medicinal plant in traditional health care system: an
assessment of janusar bawar region of Dehradun(uttarakhand)


Veena Chandra

B
otany Division

Forest Research Institute

Dehradun, India



chandrav@icfre.org


Poster

4.5.7

Eco
-
restoration of an Urban Landscape to Develop a Garden
with the Concept of Biodiversity Conservation and Eco
-
tourism.


Rajdeep
1
,

V.R.R. Singh
2
, Prafulla Soni
1

and Vinay Kumar
1


1: Forest Ecology and Environment Division, FRI, Dehradun.

2: Head Silviculture Division, FRI, Dehradun.


Oral