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 7, July 2014

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Table of Contents

Articles

Andhra Pradesh forest Inventory - Assessment of Growing Stock, Stem Density, Bamboo Resources and Health of forests and Status of its Soil
P. K. Sharma, A. Rama Murthy 643-653
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Lesser Reported Medicinal Plants of Erstwhile District Kalahandi
B. K. Patnaik, S. P. Rath 654-660
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Evaluating forest Influence on Rainfall-runoff Relationship from Paired Micro-watersheds of Lesser Himalayas, India
M. P. Singh, S. P. S. Rawat, R. K. Tiwari, N. Q. Qazi, S. P. Rai, J. V. Tyagi 661-666
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Distribution and Population Status of Embelia ribes Burm. F., a Red Listed Medicinal Plant in India, and its Relevance in Conservation
S. Geetha, K. Haridasan, K. V. Krishnamurthy, C. A. Mujeeb 667-673
Total views: 32
Contribution of Bamboos in Livelihood of North - Eastern Region of India
Nawa Bahar 674-678
Total views: 38
Pedology of Mixed Deciduous and Plantation forests in Tarai and Bhawar of Kumaun Himalaya, Uttarakhand
Bhasker Joshi, S. C. Pant 679-684
Total views: 32
Evaluation of Sawdust and Woodchips Substrates of Different Tree Species on Sporophore Production of Ganoderma lucidum
Sanjeev Kumar Zutshi 685-687
Total views: 33
Plant Diversity of Murang Community and their Botanical Identification of Bandarban Hill District, Bangladesh
Syedul Alam, Asim Kumar Paul 688-694
Total views: 25
Allelopathic Response of Medicinal Plants on Germination and Growth of Traditional Field Crops
Tahir Nazir, A. K. Uniyal, Muneer Ahmed 695-700
Total views: 37
Role of Sacred Groves in Conservation of Ethno - Medicinal Plants in Dapoli Tehsil of Ratnagiri District, Maharashtra (India)
R. L. Ghalme, S. S. Deokule 701-706
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Role of Sacred Groves in Conservation of Ethno - Medicinal Plants in Dapoli Tehsil of Ratnagiri District, Maharashtra (india)
R. L. Ghalme, S. S. Deokule 701-706
Total views: 24
Authentication, Micropropagation and Conservation of Embelia ribes - a Vulnerable Medicinal Plant
Animesh Sinha, Rameshwar Das, Bibhuti Deka, Syam Viswanath, B. S. Chandrashekar, Sandeep Chakraborty 707-714
Total views: 44
Folk Medicinal Plants from Kinnaur Region of Himachal Pradesh, India
Meenakshi Bhardwaj, N. S. Chauhan, Anjula Pandey 715-720
Total views: 12

Research Notes

From The Indian Forester- One Hundred Years Ago

Stone Found in the Heart of a Teak Tree
C. E. C. Fischer 735-735
Total views: 15

Obituary

Obituary
736-736
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