- Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2022.
- Book — 1 online resource (xvi, 571 pages) : illustrations (some color)
- 1-Introduction to the Forest Resources in India.- 2-Assessment of Carbon sequestration in Delhi, India.- 3-Assessments of Bio-physical characteristics of Vegetation cover in Western Part of Rarh Plateau in West Bengal.- 4-Forest Cover Change Detection Using Remote Sensing and GIS in The Uttara Kannada District of Karnataka.- 5-Delineating the mangrove patches along coastal Kerala using GIS, satellite data and field validation.- 6-Assessing potential Habitat suitability for Panthera Tigris using multiple grain size and different ensemble methods in maximum entropy modeling.- 7-Bhutan heading from carbon negative to carbon neutral country.- 8-Analyzing the Dynamics of Forest Fire in Almora District using GIS and Remote Sensing.- 9-Green placemaking in Kolkata: Role of Urban Greens and Urban Forestry.- 10-Forest Resource Scenario of Industrial town: A Study of Asansol Durgapur Region.- 11-Application of participatory rural appraisal and geospatial techniques for analyzing the dynamics of mangrove forest and dependent livelihood in Indian Sundarban.- 12-Forest Cover Change Detection and Local Community Participation in Forest Management: Evidence from Rural North Sikkim, India.- 13-Seasonal relation of NTFPs and socio-economic indicators to the household income of the forest-fringe communities of Jaldapara National Park.- 14-A People's Biodiversity Register of Henry's Island, Indian Sundarban.- 15-Forest Management in the age of Geospatial technology.- 16-Landscape characterisation and forest fragmentation analysis using geospatial techniques: Case study from Central Indian Highlands.- 17-Monitoring forest status in Barail wildlife sanctuary using forest fragmentation approach.- 18-Geo-spatial analysis to assess the changing pattern of land use and its impact on forest fragmentation in Sri Lanka from 2000 to 2020.- 19-Assessment of mangroves suitability in Andaman Islands, using geospatial technique.- 20-Remote Sensing Based Forest Cover Change Detection and Ecosystem Assessment in Madhupur Sal Forest of Bangladesh.- 21-Changing landscape and increasing human wildlife conflict: Introspection from a transboundary landscape.- 22-Corridor Mapping of Asian Elephant (Elephas maximus) in Central Indian Corridors (Jharkhand and West Bengal), using Geospatial Techniques.- 23-Issues of Biodiversity Conservation and Conflict in Gorumara National Park, West Bengal, India.- 24-A Combined Machine Learning and Data Fusion Based Approach for Flood Susceptibility Analysis to Study Impact on Vulnerable Wildlife in Kaziranga National Park.- 25-The future of Indian forests: Conservation and Monitoring and management perspectives.
- (source: Nielsen Book Data)
(source: Nielsen Book Data)