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Fuel consumption pattern and its empirical relationship with selected socio-economic variables



Fuel consumption pattern and its empirical relationship with selected socio-economic variables



Indian Journal of Forestry 11(2): 107-110



Data were collected from 6% of households in 5% of the villages at each of 3 alt. (high, >1500 m; medium, 1015-1500 m; and low <1015 m) in the Chamma block of the Tehri-Garhwal district Wood was the commonest (and cheapest) fuel at all altitudes, ranging from 90.02% of the total consumption at low alt. to 95.38% at high alt. At high alt. the only other fuel used was kerosene (4.62%); dung was generally used only as a fertilizer.

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