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Analysis of woody vegetation in a high elevation oak forest of Central Himalaya



Analysis of woody vegetation in a high elevation oak forest of Central Himalaya



Indian Forester 119(9): 722-731



A quantitative analysis of woody vegetation was undertaken in 12 stands at 4 aspects (S., W., N., SE) and in 3 positions (hill base, slope and top) in an altitudinal range of 2100-2700 m in Almora District, Uttar Pradesh. The area is not heavily biotically disturbed but up to altitude 2200 m chir pine (Pinus roxburghii) has replaced banj oak (Quercus leucotrichophora) as a result of disturbance.

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