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Research Article | Open Access
Volume 14 2022 | None
ASSESSING THE SALIENT FEATURES OF THE BIOLOGICAL, ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIOECONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF THE HIMALAYAN BASINS
AVNISH CHAUHAN
Pages: 2797-2805
Abstract
The catchment research relied on both direct surveys in the project regions and secondary sources of floristic information. Vegetation was sampled in several parts of the study area to learn more about the neighborhood's composition. The length of the Indian Himalayan area is over 2,500 kilometers, while its breadth is between 220-330 kilometers. Due in part to incompatibility between data collected by different individuals/institutions and a lack of data on many important attributes, the available data on the spatio-temporal dynamics of biophysical, economic, and social attributes of environment is inadequate to understand the interactions between biodiversity, climate change, and human well-being. Conditions in NW-1 and its intervention zones were determined using a combination of desk research, in-field observations, laboratory testing, and stakeholder input.
Keywords
Himalayan Basin, Environment Impact Assessment, Socio-Economic, Geographic
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