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Quantitative ecological analysis of some woody species of Mussoorie Himalayas (U.P.)






Indian Forester 115(5): 327-336

Quantitative ecological analysis of some woody species of Mussoorie Himalayas (U.P.)

A detailed ecological study is reported of 8 sites in the Yamuna Forest Division, Uttar Pradesh, representing Cedrus deodara, Pinus roxburghii and Quercus leucotrichophora vegetation types. Data are given on: site and soil characteristics; dominant under- and over-storey species; and main species frequency, density, abundance, basal area, relative frequency, relative density, relative dominance and importance value index.

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