Indian Forester

 
 

The Indian Forester started its career as the outcome of a resolution of the forestry conference held at Allahabad in January 1874. The moving spirits in this venture were dedicated foresters like Baden–Powell, Laird, Gamble and Smythies under the able guidance of Dr. Brandis who was the then Inspector General of Forests, with Dr. Schlich as the first Honorary Editor of the Indian Forester.

The credit for the success of the journal goes to stalwarts like Sir Dr. Brandis, Schlich, Pearson, Ribbentrop, Gamble, Wroughten, Lace, Wilmot, and other dedicated foresters.

The Indian Forester started its career as the outcome of a resolution of the forestry conference held at Allahabad in January 1874. The moving spirits in this venture were dedicated foresters like Baden–Powell, Laird, Gamble and Smythies under the able guidance of Dr. Brandis who was the then Inspector General of Forests, with Dr. Schlich as the first Honorary Editor of the Indian Forester.

The credit for the success of the journal goes to stalwarts like Sir Dr. Brandis, Schlich, Pearson, Ribbentrop, Gamble, Wroughten, Lace, Wilmot, and other dedicated foresters.

The Indian Forester started its career as the outcome of a resolution of the forestry conference held at Allahabad in January 1874. The moving spirits in this venture were dedicated foresters like Baden–Powell, Laird, Gamble and Smythies under the able guidance of Dr. Brandis who was the then Inspector General of Forests, with Dr. Schlich as the first Honorary Editor of the Indian Forester. The credit for the success of the journal goes to stalwarts like Sir Dr. Brandis, Schlich, Pearson, Ribbentrop, Gamble, Wroughten, Lace, Wilmot, and other dedicated foresters.

Volume 140, Issue 8, August 2014

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Table of Contents

Articles

Evidences and Aspects of Forest Transition in India
M. P. Singh, P. P. Bhojvaid, S. R. Reddy, Jawaid Ashraf 737-746
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Observation on Establishment of Tectona GrandisLinn. and Gmelina Arborea Roxb.
A. K. Bisaria, Shiv Ram Tyagi, Mohammad Abass Ahanger 747-752
Total views: 50
Natural Hybridization between Populus Suaveolens Fisch. and populus Ciliata Wall. Ex Royale
R. C. Dhiman, J. N. Gandhi, P. K. Pande 753-757
Total views: 51
Contribution of Populus Deltoides to Farm Economy of Punjab
A. S. Dogra, S. Nautiyal, D. P. Nautiyal 758-762
Total views: 44
Effect of Sowing Depth and Media on Seed Germination of Ailanthus excelsa Roxb
Ashok Gehlot, Atul Tripathi, Anuradha Rathore, I. D. Arya, Sarita Arya 763-768
Total views: 51
Particle Board from Chir Pine Needle
S. K. Nath, K. K. Mohandas 769-774
Total views: 515
Forest Soil Carbon Stock along an Altitudinal Gradient in Darjeeling Himalayan Region
S. K. Banerjee 775-779
Total views: 47
Carbon Sequestration: Status of Sequestered Soil Organic Carbon under Different land uses in Jhalawar District of Rajasthan
Himani Sharma, M. K. Gupta, P. S. Chauhan 780-785
Total views: 34
Factors Affecting Cultivation of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants in Rampur Block of District Shimla in Himachal Pradesh
M. K. Brahmi, Bhupender Dutt 786-788
Total views: 37
Diversity Analysis in Persian Walnut (Juglans regia L.) Trees of Shimla Hills
S. K. Attar, K. Kumar, S. K. Jha 789-792
Total views: 39
Relationship between Family Traits and Non Timber Forest Products Based Activities
Suma Hasalkar, M. A. Varghese, K. V. Ashatatha 793-800
Total views: 26
An Account of Monocotyledonous Plants from Dihang Dibang Biosphere Reserve, Arunachal Pradesh, India
M. Bhaumik 801-806
Total views: 27
New Records of Epiphytic Lichens from Three Districts of Assam, India
Rebecca Daimari, Natasha Hazarika, Raza R. Hoque, Sanjeeva Nayaka, Dalip K. Upreti 807-811
Total views: 25
Impact of forest Fragmentation and Species Loss on Nutrient Cycling in the Tropical Dry Deciduous forests of West Bengal
Saroni Biswas, Anirban Biswas, Dilip Kumar Khan 812-819
Total views: 24

Research Notes

Dendrocalamus longispathus Kurz; Report of Sporadic Flowering from Tripura, India
R. K. Sinha, Kush Roy 820-821
Total views: 28
Another Exotic Weed Invading Corbett Landscape
Anushree Bhattacharjee 822-822
Total views: 68
Bamboos Beehives and Honey-extractor
P. K. Verma, T. C. Bhuyan, N. S. Bisht 823-825
Total views: 27
Addition of Bamboos for Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra
S. Govekar Ravikiran, Rajesh S. Kallaje, Milind M. Sardesai 826-827
Total views: 25
Recruitment of Woody Species on Revegetated Coal Mine Spoils in a Dry Tropical Environment
Arvind Singh 828-830
Total views: 16

Views And Expressions

National Agroforestry Policy- A Critique
S. N. Rai, IFS 831-833
Total views: 22

Forest Notes And Observations

Virtuous Cheura
Nawa Bahar 834-835
Total views: 25

From The Indian Forester- One Hundred Years Ago

Poisoning by Conifers
836-836
Total views: 18

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