2 edition of Bibliography of the Indian Sundarbans with special reference to fauna found in the catalog.
Bibliography of the Indian Sundarbans with special reference to fauna
N. C. Nandi
|Statement||by N.C. Nandi and A. Misra.|
|Series||Records of the Zoological Survey of India., occasional paper no. 97|
|Contributions||Misra, A. 1948-|
|LC Classifications||Z7998.I4 N35 1987, QL309 N35 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 135 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||135|
|LC Control Number||88902021|
In April , Springer Journals published a special edition on Wetland Science: Perspectives from South Asia. IUCN, in partnership with the Sundarbans Biosphere Reserve (SBR), Government of West Bengal, contributed a chapter on Participatory Wetland Management: A Solution to Conservation Challenges in the Sundarban Biosphere Reserve. The content is based on the results . Fauna of Sundarban mangrove ecosystem, West Bengal, India. Calcutta: Zoological Survey of India, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: A K Mandal; N C Nandi; Zoological Survey of India.
Covering approximat km2 the Sundarbans in the Northern Bay of Bengal is the largest contiguous mangrove forest on earth. Mangroves forests are highly productive and diverse ecosystems, providing a wide range of direct ecosystem services for resident populations. In addition, mangroves function as a buffer against frequently occurring cyclones; helping to protect local settlements. This book, Biodiversity of Mangroves is a maiden endeavour of this, or by any other author, to unveil the hidden and rich treasure of biotal, physiographic, tribal, marine, coastal and other resources bringing under one umbrella- The Mangroves. It also highlights Tiger-Man interaction and rendenvous of innumerable invertebrate and vertebrate fauna, endemic and rare biota ot two premier.
Zoological Survey of India has, for the first time, published a detailed record of the animal and protozoa species of the Sunderban of West Bengal. The compendium, called Fauna of Sundarban. Title. The fauna of British India, including Ceylon and Burma ed. by W.T. Blanford. By. Blanford, William Thomas, Type.
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The Sundarbans is a mangrove area in the delta formed by the confluence of the Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna Rivers in the Bay of spans from the Hooghly River in India's state of West Bengal to the Baleswar River in comprises closed and open mangrove forests, agriculturally used land, mudflats and barren land, and is intersected by multiple tidal streams and ing body: Government of Bangladesh and.
Sundarbans, the largest mangrove forest of the world is located in Bangladesh and India. Studies done on the diversity of fish fauna in the Sundarbans mangrove forest of.
Diversity and conservation of mammalian fauna of Indian Sundarban/J K De 6. Avian diversity of Indian Sundarban and their present status/Biswajit Roy Chowdhury and G. Maheswaran 7. Reptilian diversity in the mangrove of Indian Sundarban/Kaushik Deuti 8. Frogs and toads diversity of Indian Sundarban and threats/Kaushik Deuti 9.
bibliography of the Indian part of Sundarban with special reference to fauna, in which literature pertaining to zoological researches, faunal studies and fishery have been dealt with. Studies on the protozoan fauna of the Sundarban mangrove forest have been made on gymnamoebae by Choudhury and Ghosh () and Ghosh.
The present study thus aimed to revise a species list of true mangroves in the Indian Sundarbans delta. An indexing of adaptive morpho-physiological characters of mangroves for the tidal-saline.
Mangroves in India cover a total area of km 2, of which about 59 percent is on the east coast along the Bay of Bengal, 28 percent on the west coast bordering the Arabian Sea, and 13 percent on the Andaman and Nicobar ve forest ecosystems in India support diverse groups of fauna comprising of species ().This is perhaps the largest biodiversity record in world.
The Sundarbans is famous for its biodiversity: below are some images of its flora and fauna. Sundarbans. The Indian side of Sundarbans measuring around sq. km consists of islands just 16 short of the number of islands in the city of Venice.
Out of islands of Indian Sundarbans, 54 are inhabited and 48 are forested. Still, Indian Sundarban is around 10 times bigger than the city of Venice.
Mangroves in Sundarbans. The Sundarbans (beautiful forest) is the largest mangrove forest of the world and is a component of the greater Ganga-Brahmaputra estuarine system. It occupies the area between latitude 21 0 27’30” to 22 0 30’00” north and longitude 89 0 02’00” to 90 0 00’00” east (Huda and Haque ).
Bibliography of the Indian Sundarbans with Special Reference to Fauna | — Nandi, N. C.; Misra, A. Download article (PDF) | View article (DjVu) On a Collection of Fish from Bastar District, Madhya Pradesh | — Karmakar, A. K.; Datta, A. Download article (PDF) | View article (DjVu) Studies on the Odonate Fauna of Meghalaya | Diversity.
There is insufficient information about the invertebrate and lower forms of India, with significant work having been done only in a few groups of insects, notably the butterflies, odonates, hymenoptera, the larger biodiversity have been made since the publication of The Fauna of British India, Including Ceylon and Burma series.
There are about 2, species of fishes (about 11% of. The Sunderban National Park is a National Park, tiger reserve, and a Biosphere Reserve in the Sunderban is in the Indian state of West area is densely covered by mangrove forests. It is one of the largest reserves for the Bengal is also home to a variety of bird, reptile and invertebrate species, including the salt-water crocodile.
SUNDARBANS NATIONAL PARK INDIA The Sundarbans lie across the outer deltas of the Ganges, Brahmaputra and Meghna rivers. At 10,it forms the largest estuarine mangrove forest in the world, 40% in India, 60% in Bangladesh. The adjacent World Heritage sites in India and Bangladesh cover just over a quarter of its area.
The. The Wealth Of Information That This Accomplished Study On The Sundarbans Reveals Makes This Book Immensely Valuable.5/5(1).
fauna with special reference to estuarine biology of the Sundal-ban mangroves have recently been given a boost by compiled a bibliography of the Indian part of Sundarban with special reference to fauna, in which literature later he has published a book on the birds of Travarlcore and Cochin.
Neelakantan (). Zoological Survey of India (ZSI) published a first ever exhaustive compendium of animal species in the Indian Sundarban and the threats it faces. The compendium is titled Fauna of Sundarban Biosphere Reserve. The compendium is the first consolidated and updated information of the faunal diversity of the Sundarbans.
zone. The famous Royal Bengal tiger protect Sundarban and Sundarban also protect us from the hands of littoral tropical storm. So if the animal species were alive at sundarban then trees were alive and if the trees were alive then this is absolutely avail of us.
REFERENCES  Ahmed, R.(),“History of Sundarban”, Gotidhara. The Sundarban National Park is the largest sanctuary which is situated on the banks of and delta.
This national park is not only a National Park but preserves the last few mighty big Bengal Tigers. All these things which make Sundarban National Park so exotic and special have made it to finally receive the position of a World Heritage Site and.
Sundarban – Flora Fauna and Avifauna Sunderbans has been declared as World Heritage Site by UNESCO in the year It is the world’s largest delta enclosed by thick mangrove forest and huge saline mud flats. It is also the world’s largest estuarine forest. A land consisting of 54 tiny islands, bisected and segmented by.
Sundarbans National Park complete detail – updated. Geography of Sundarbans National Park. Dominant flora and fauna of Sundarbans National Park. How to Reach Sundarbans National Park.
The average altitude of m of the park constitutes 54 small islands and is crisscrossed by several tributaries of the Ganges. Dagar JC () Mangrove vegetation, its structure, ecology, management and importance with special reference to Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
In: Proceedings of Symposium on Management of Coastal Ecosystems and Oceanic Resources of the Andamans. 17–18 JulyAndaman Science Association (CARI), Port Blair, India, pp 8–23 Google Scholar.Phenology of Dominant Mangroves of Sundarban Kalo Baine (Avicennia alba) Fruit: greyish green capsule of about 1 inch in length, contains one seed.
Fruiting time: September – December.Book Details. The 54 islands that comprise the Sundarbans are today highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. However, the success of the renewable energy programme, which was initiated in the islands in the early s, has been so remarkable that the Sundarbans may be considered a rather unique hub of stand-alone renewable energy systems.