Includes bibliographical references (p. -250).
|Statement||edited by A.K. Kapoor, Satwanti Kapoor.|
|Contributions||Kapoor. A. K., Kapoor, Satwanti.|
|LC Classifications||QH193.H5 E35 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 250 p. :|
|Number of Pages||250|
|LC Control Number||93908739|
Preface to the Second Edition The study of Himalayan traditional architecture This book was first published in French in by CNRS, National Centre for Scientific Research (France), under the title L'Homme et la maison en Himalaya. It was subsequently published in English in by Sterling Publishers, in New Delhi. It seems to us-the author and the publisher-that the earthquakes that. A major contribution to broadening understandings of Himalayan ecology to include its social and cultural dimensions, this edited volume includes contributions from across Nepal and Indian Himalaya (with a concentration in Nepal and northeastern India). Kapoor, A. K., and Satwanti Kapoor. Ecology and man in the Himalayas. New Delhi: M. D. Ecology and Environment in the Himalayas by K.S. Gulia. Today environment and ecology are the buzzwords. The pace of development and modernisation has endangered the ecological balance of Himalaya. When the British brought railways in India in the late eighteenth century, the Himalayan jungles were denuded of vast forests cover due to the demand for sleepers. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Translation of: L'Homme et la maison en Himalaya. Contributed articles. Description: pages.
From the preface second edition: This book was first published in French in by CNRS, National Centre for scientific Research (France), under the title L Homme et la Maison en Himalaya. Man and his house in the Himalayas particularly highlights the symbolic dimensions of . Ecology: The abrupt rise of the Himalayas from the sea to the highest point on earth, along with the geologic and topographical complexity of the mountain system, has given it a wide range of ecological conditions, within a rise of just a few hundred kilometres. Add to this the fact that it is the confluence of two very different continental. Ecology and Man in the Himalayas A. K. Kapoor SatwantiKapoor Himalayan Eco-system Development: Impact of Fuelwood Plantation on Wastelands R. D Sharma Garhwal Himalaya: Ecology and Environment G. S. Rajwar The Himalayas consist of a mosaic of diverse forest ecosystems and ecoregions, with different forest types suited for distinct elevation bands. The Himalayan subtropical pine forests extend nearly 3, km across the length of the Himalayas, traversing Pakistan, India, Nepal, and Bhutan.
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