IMPACT ON SOIL CHARACTERISTICS AND UNDER STORY VEGETATION OF <I>CORIARIA NEPALENSIS</I> IN NATURAL LANDSLIDE AREA

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  • Kiran Bargali Kamaun University
  • Beena Joshi Kamaun University
  • Deepti Goel Kamaun University

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https://doi.org/10.3126/eco.v11i1.148

Keywords:

Soil, Coriaria nepalensis, species composition, biomass

Abstract

Soil samples were collected from Coriaria canopy and ajacent open sites in natural landslide area in the central Himalaya. Herbaceous vegetation of each habitat were sampled in quadrats. The main soil attribute and species composition indicated significant differences in open and canopy habitats. Biomass was almost eight times higher in canopy habitat. Key words: Soil, Coriaria nepalensis, species composition, biomass. Ecoprint Vol.11(1) 2004.

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Kiran Bargali, Kamaun University

Department of Botany Kamaun University, Nainital – 263002, India

Beena Joshi, Kamaun University

Department of Botany Kamaun University, Nainital – 263002, India

Deepti Goel, Kamaun University

Department of Botany Kamaun University, Nainital – 263002, India

How to Cite

Bargali, K., Joshi, B., & Goel, D. (2004). IMPACT ON SOIL CHARACTERISTICS AND UNDER STORY VEGETATION OF <I>CORIARIA NEPALENSIS</I> IN NATURAL LANDSLIDE AREA. Ecoprint: An International Journal of Ecology, 11(1). https://doi.org/10.3126/eco.v11i1.148

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