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Biodiversity Conservation Plan

Subtitle: Kaimur Wildlife Sanctuary

Authored By: Azra Musavi

Publisher:  Authorspress

ISBN-13: 9789352073849

Year of Publication: 2017

Pages: 200

                                       Binding: Paperback(PB)

Category:  Environment / Wildlife / Biodiversity

Price in Rs. 315.00

                             Price in (USA) $. 25.2

Inclusive of All Taxes (After 30% Discount on the Printed Price)

Book Description

Book Contents


About the Book


This book deals with assessment of floral and faunal values of Kaimur Wildlife Sanctuary in Uttar Pradesh. The dry deciduous forest ecosystem in Kaimur is home for a variety of diverse plant, mammalian, avian, reptilian and amphibian communities whose survival is threatened due to large scale anthropogenic activities of human and livestock populations co-inhabiting the landscape. The book is divided into three parts. Part I deals with basic description of biodiversity values of the area. Part II deals with natural resources and attributes with chapters providing information on past management practices, proposed management actions viz-a-viz protection, habitat management, eco-development plan, eco-tourism strategy and research required for developing complete understanding of Kaimur ecosystem. Part III presents the financial estimates to implement the complete conservation strategy for achieving a balance between conservation interests of Kaimur ecosystem and securing livelihood security of indigenous communities.

About the Author


Azra Musavi is currently working as Assistant Professor in Women's College, Aligarh Muslim University, India. She has a Masters degree in Economics and a PhD. in Sociology. She has also worked as a Senior Research Fellow at the Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun. She worked on tribal communities in Melghat Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra and Bori Wildlife Sanctuary, Madhya Pradesh for her PhD program. She teaches Economics and Biodiversity-Human Interface to graduate and post-graduate students. She has been pursuing research on protected area-people issues in several Indian protected areas in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Jammu & Kashmir.