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Published by Centre for Water Resources Development and Management in Kozhikode .
Written in English



  • Western Ghats (India)


  • Western Ghats (India) -- Bibliographies. -- Catalogs

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Edition Notes

Statementcompiled by Annie Mathew ... [et al.].
GenreBibliographies., Catalogs.
ContributionsMathew, Annie., Centre for Water Resources Development and Management (Calicut, India)
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche 2001/60260 (H)
The Physical Object
Pagination123 p.
Number of Pages123
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6860015M
LC Control Number00370944

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The butterfly fauna of the Western Ghats, a biodiversity hotspot in peninsular India, is unique because it is diverse and yet exhibits low levels of endemism. The butterfly assemblage in the Western Ghats contains both Oriental and African elements which have dispersed to give rise to the unique community. Butterflies of Western Ghats The e-Book can be downloaded free of cost and used on any smart phone or computer. It is made as a simple PDF so that any species can be searched using the search : Raju Kasambe. Title: Endemic Fish Diversity of Western Ghats Author: A. Gopalakrishnan and A.G. Ponniah Publisher: National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources, () Title: Pteridophyte flora of the Western Ghats - South India Author: Manickam,araj,V. Publisher: B.I. Publications, () Title: Biodiversity in the Western Ghats Author: Paul Mundy Publisher: International Institute of Rural. is a platform for academics to share research papers.

  The Western Ghats area can be completed in the order of your liking, but you must first visit the tall tower in the middle of the area. It’s the only thing marked on your map, and it’s hard to. spots—Eastern Himalayas and Western Ghats—are in India. The sea on the western side, Vindhya and Satpura mountain ranges on the northern side and the semi-arid Deccan plateau on the eastern side protect the Western Ghats. Lying between 8°20′–40′ N and 73°77′ E, the Western Ghats traverses through the states of Maharashtra.   The Western Ghats contain about plant species, 17 Lecythidaceae 1of which are found only in the Ghats. Sahyadri (the region 18 Liliaceae 2north of Karnataka), also boasts some endemics that are foundnowhere else in the Ghats. Other articles where Western Ghats is discussed: Anai Peak: Located in the Western Ghats range, it rises to 8, feet (2, metres) and is peninsular India’s highest peak. From this point radiate three ranges—the Anaimalai to the north, the Palni to the northeast, and the Cardamom Hills to the south. Several rivers, including the Periyar and Amaravati,.

  This book is amazing. Love it. 💗 Foreword by Dr. John Seidensticker, Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, Washington DC, USA. Everybit of the foreword is excellent and provides an insight to India's vulnerable and fragile wildlife, challenges in conservation, safeguard measures and the ecologically sensitive western s: 7.   - Buy Sahyadris: India s Western Ghats - A Vanishing Heritage book online at best prices in India on Read Sahyadris: India s Western Ghats - A Vanishing Heritage book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified s: 4.   Matching this incredible biological richness is the ethnic and cultural diversity of the Western Ghats. This book takes you on a visual journey through one of the last great places on earth - a place to be cherished, a wild heritage to be preserved for generations to s: 4.   A glossary of terms and a bibliography can also be found at the end, to aid the readers for necessary referral or guidance. The book becomes the most comprehensive and reliable guide to trees, herbs, shrubs, and climbers in the Southern Western Ghats. This book surely will appeal to the laymen and prove indispensable to the keen nature s: 6.