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 141, Issue 2, February 2015

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Table of Contents

Articles

Preventive Measures for Forest Biomass Extraction Beyond Increment in the Western Ghats, India
Seema S. Hegde 125-131
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Improvisation of Eucalyptus Seedling Quality Through Micro Symbiotic Inoculation Under Saline Condition
Swati Shedage, N. S. Patil, V. Solanki 132-136
Total views: 40
Characterization and Nitrogen Fixation Efficiency of Rhizobia Isolated from Albizia Lebbek Benth
Ajeet Kaur 137-145
Total views: 37
Biomass Expansion Factor and Root-to-Shoot Ratio of Some Tree Species of Punjab, India
Laxmi Rawat, S. K. Kamboj, Arun Kandwal 146-153
Total views: 28
Wood Anatomy of Croton L. (Euphorbiaceae) Reflecting Systematic, Ecological and Evolutionary Aspects
Prem Prakash Jangid, Sangeeta Gupta 154-160
Total views: 65
Some Aspects of Risk Assessment in Forest Management Planning
V. P. Tewari 161-166
Total views: 32
Agronomic Requirements for Organic Cultivation of Andrographis Paniculata (Burm) Nees. In the Upper Brahmaputra Valley Agroclimatic Zone of India
S. Upadhyaya, L. R. Saikia 167-172
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In Vitro Propagation of Elaeocarpus Sphaericus
J. M. S. Chauhan, Prabha Bisht, Monika Panwar, Ajay Thakur 173-177
Total views: 49
Medicinal Plants of Cachar District of Assam Used by the 'Rongmai' Tribe
L. Ibemhal Chanu, G. S. Panwar, M. K. Baruah 178-182
Total views: 50
Effect of Fertilizers on Curcuma longa L. (Turmeric) Growth Under Agri-Silvi-Horti System in Sodic Soil
Anjali Tiwari, S. K. Verma, O. P. Rao 183-188
Total views: 26
Phytodiversity of Six Regenerating Forest Stands Protected by Joint Forest Management in Koraput Region of Odisha, India
Abhay K. Pathak, Malaya K. Misra 189-197
Total views: 24
Effect of Aspect and Tillage Practices on Growth and Yield Attributes of Kalmegh (Andrographis Paniculata)
C. S. Sanwal, Raheel Anwar Lone, Sushma, P. A. Khan, K. S. Pant, S. D. Bhardwaj 198-202
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Species-Provenance Variation in Growth, Stem Form and Wood Traits of Casuarina
A. Nicodemus, A. Pauldasan, P. Vipin, J. Soosairaj, A. Durai, B. Gurudev Singh 203-210
Total views: 39
Ethnobotany and Shruby Diversity in Homegardens of Cherpu Block, Kerala, India
Anju S. Vijayan, S. Gopakumar 211-214
Total views: 30
Seasonal Diversity of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi in Forest Tree Species of Chittagong University Campus in Bangladesh
Rajasree Nandi, M. A. U. Mridha, Md. Kalimuddin Bhuiyan 215-222
Total views: 177

Research Notes

From The Indian Forester- One Hundred Years Ago

Worlds Largest Tree Trunk
232-232
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