Forest Area

Some articles on forest area, area, forests, areas, forest:

Protected Areas Of Bihar
... Bihar has notified forest area of 6,764.14 km², which is 7.1 percent of its geographical area ... Champaran district another belt of moist deciduous forests ... Here the rainfall is above 1,600 mm and thus promotes luxuriant Sal forests in the favoured areas ...
Thar Desert - Desert Economy - Agro-forestry
... contribution to the general welfare of the people living in desert areas ... The forest cover in desert is low ... Rajasthan has a forest area of 31150 km2 ...
Atpadi - Geography - Forest Area
... Atpadi has a forest office near Swatantrapur ... Dubai Kuran (डबई कुरण) is a reserved forest area ... Initially this area was created as grazing ground for cattle in summer time ...
Chaugaon - Village Resources - Forests
... The total forest area is 739.144 ha, out of which 285.79 ha is assigned to the Joint Forest Management Committee of Chaugaon ... The forest area is identified by the compartment numbers in forest records like the survey numbers in land records ... The entire forest area is vested in the state government of Maharashtra ...
Deforestation In Ethiopia - Accelerated Destruction
... that in 2000 Ethiopia had 43,440,000 km² of natural forest area, which is 4% of its total land area ... Moreover, it has the smallest fraction of its forest area designated primarily for conservation ... show the second highest decline rates of conservation forests in the continent ...

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