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Social forestry in the Pindar valley



Social forestry in the Pindar valley



Indian Journal of Forestry 6(2): 127-131



A description of the 4 vegetation zones found in this valley in the Himalayas of Uttar Pradesh: cool temperate with alpine pastures above 3000 m alt.; cool temperate with conifers (2000-3000 m alt.); subtropical with evergreen thick-leaved trees (1000-2000 m); and tropical with deciduous trees (below 1000 m). Species of economic importance are noted, and the socioeconomic problems of the valley are discussed.

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