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Title: Change of vegetation structure in Gorumara National Park due to anthropogenic interferences
Other Titles: Journal of Plant Sciences,Vol.3, (March 2009) p 71-76
Authors: Sarkar, A
Sarkar, S
Das, AP
Keywords: Species composition
Human intervention
IVI
Crown cover
Soil
JFM
Issue Date: Mar-2009
Publisher: University of North Bengal
Abstract: The impact of Human intervention on species composition, biomass and soil structure in the exploited and unexploited areas of Shorea robusta forest in a part of Gorumara National Park has been evaluated. The areas are adjacent to the Bichhabhanga-Saraswati Eco-Development Committee. The tree species are identical to both areas but differ in their density, frequency and IVI. Tree biomass is smaller in disturbed areas as compared to non-disturbed areas. Due to over exploitation changes occurred in the physical characters of soil. Crown cover also varies significantly within the two sites.
URI: http://ir.nbu.ac.in/handle/123456789/4419
ISSN: 09746927
Appears in Collections:NBU Journal of Plant Sciences, Vol.3, (March 2009)

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