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Potential species for revegetation of limestone mined land with special reference to Garhwal Himalaya



Potential species for revegetation of limestone mined land with special reference to Garhwal Himalaya



Van Vigyan 35(3/4): 128-131



Limestone is the single most important mineral in all the temperate regions of the Himalaya, and has been extensively mined, resulting in ecological degradation and environmental imbalance. The reclamation of these areas is difficult, but some species have the potential to grow in inhospitable conditions such as these.

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