The North-East region of India comprises of Arunchal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Sikkim. It has rich biodiversity in terms of animal and plant species, which are influenced by diversity of the Tibetan plateau, eastern Himalaya, Myanmar, Indo-Malaya region, Bengal and other parts of the Indian Sub-continent. The management of forests and wildlife of this region is a complex process, involving a high degree of Knowledge and skills.
This book deals with the forests, foresty and wildlife of north-east India, covering chapters on Regional Setting of North-East India; Forest Types; Forest Utilization; Bamboos and Canes; Important Trees; Forest Management and Administration; Shifting Cultivation; wild Animals; National Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries; and Biosphere Reserves. The book would be useful for foresters, wildlifers, environmentalists, Scientists, and even the laymen.