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Ecology, economy, and religion of Himalayas

Ecology, economy, and religion of Himalayas

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Published by Orient Publications in Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Himalaya Mountains Region,
  • Himalaya Mountains Region.
    • Subjects:
    • Ecology -- Himalaya Mountains Region.,
    • Himalaya Mountains Region -- Social conditions.,
    • Himalaya Mountains Region -- Economic conditions.,
    • Himalaya Mountains Region -- Religious life and customs.

    • About the Edition

      Papers presented at a national workshop, Dehradun, 1982, organized by the Centre of Himalayan Studies, Ranchi University.

      Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies and index.

      Statementedited by L.P. Vidyarthi, Makhan Jha.
      ContributionsVidyarthi, Lalita Prasad., Jha, Makhan, 1941-, Centre of Himalayan Studies (Rānchī, India)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHN690.H56 E36 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 236 p. ;
      Number of Pages236
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2359504M
      LC Control Number86900885

      The flora and fauna of the Himalayas vary with climate, rainfall, altitude, and soils. The climate ranges from tropical at the base of the mountains to permanent ice and snow at the highest elevations. The amount of yearly rainfall increases from west to east along the southern front of the range. The publication of Nepal: An Introduction to the Natural History, Ecology, and Human Environment of the Himalayas is the direct culmination of four years of work, but it is built on the four decade career of the lead editor, Georg Miehe, one of today's leading authorities on the ecology of the Himalayas. The forty five other authors who have.

        himalayan ecosystem Water insecurity rising in Hindu Kush Himalayan region: Study The study covering 13 towns across four countries - Bangladesh, India, Nepal, and Pakistan shows that the interlinkages of water availability, water supply systems, rapid urbanisation, and consequent increase in water demand (both daily and seasonal) are leading.   The India China Institute is excited to share new edited book from our 3rd Cohort ICI Fellows on environmental sustainability. More details about the book are on the Springer site.. The authors will be hosting a book talk as part of the Mountains and Sacred Landscapes conference on the evening of Saturday, April 22nd.

      "Himalayan Ecology, Economy, and Religion" at Naintal, Uttar Pradesh. Dr. Jha is now engaged in a comparative study of villages in ndu valley and the Terai. This research succeeds two decades of research activity in the Himalayas. Dr. Jha's publications include the following of interest to Himalayan specialists: The. Economic development in Himalayas. We highlight the case of the Darjeeling district in West Bengal, India, which is a part of the Eastern Himalayan biodiversity hotspot. This north-eastern region accounts for 11 % of India’s faunal and 10 % of its floral biodiversity.


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