4 edition of Flora of Upper Liddar valleys of Kashmir Himalaya found in the catalog.
|Statement||Brij Mohan Sharma and P.S. Jamwal.|
|Contributions||Jamwal, P. S.|
|LC Classifications||QK358 .S4823 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. <2 > :|
|ISBN 10||8172331797, 8172331800|
|LC Control Number||98908484|
HIMALAYAN FLORA. While walking in the countryside or climbing a hill in the Himalaya you may come across numerous wild flowers, brightening a hollow in a rock, or half hidden amidst the ferns which will make your outdoor experience especially rich. Stop and look at the wild flowers carefully and you will discover, a disarming beauty of their own. A major portion of the flora in Kashmir Himalaya is subjected to the threat of landslides (e.g. Ajuga bracteosa., Thymus spp., Tussilago farfara, etc.). The flash floods are operative threat to.
Kashmir with Siwalik at Jammu, Pir Panjal range, Valley of Kashmir and the Main Himalayan mass with Nanga Parbat, Upper Chenab valley, Zanskar range and cold desert of Ladakh merging into Tibetan plateau, serve as a crucible for the. Alpine flora of Kashmir Himalaya. [Uppeandra Dhar; Premnath Kachroo] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search Scientific Publishers: Distributors, United Book Traders, (OCoLC) Online version: Dhar, Uppeandra. Alpine flora of Kashmir Himalaya. Jodhpur, India: Scientific Publishers.
1 Srinagar — summer capital of the Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir and the largest city in the Kashmir region 2 Anantnag — the second largest city in Kashmir Valley 3 Gulmarg — city in Kashmir and famous for . Help us to improve this article/list "Famous Valleys in Jammu and Kashmir".We would be glad if you can comment below and provide your valuable suggestions and feedback. If this page about Famous Valleys in Jammu and Kashmir have any wrong information/list or out of context content, then you can report us as well.. If you have any questions, you can also ask as in the .
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Flora of Upper Liddar valleys of Kashmir Himalaya. Jodhpur, Raj.: Scientific Publishers (India), -© (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Brij Mohan Sharma; P S Jamwal. Birds of Himalaya and Kashmir / Dewar, Douglas: Blood, Censored: When Kashmiris Become the 'Enemy' / Mohan, Dinesh & Harsh Mander, Navsharan Singh, Pamela Philipose and Tapan Bose (Eds.) Flora of Upper Liddar Valleys of Kashmir Himalays; 2 Volumes / Sharma, B.M.
& Jamwal, P.S. The Ice Age in the Indian Subcontinent and Associated. Flora of Upper Liddar Valleys of Kashmir Himalaya - Vol. 1 (of 2). - First edition.
HC, with DJ vg/vg. Flora of Upper Liddar Valleys of Kashmir Himalaya - Vol. 1 (of 2). - First edition. HC, with DJ vg/vg. Seller Inventory # P. The book deals with the construction of mutually orthogonal latin squares (MOLS) and Hyper Graeco. Palaeozoic stratigraphy of Kashmir Basin with special reference to Liddar Valley, Kashmir.
In Abstracts of the Symposium ‘On Three Decades of Development in Palaeontology and Stratigraphy, December 10–12,Upper Palaeozoic flora of Kashmir by: 4. Flora of Jabalpur M. Oommachan Flora of Madhya Pradesh (Western Part) Flora of South Central Rajasthan B.L. Yadav Flora of Upper Liddar valleys of Kashmir Himalaya book of Upper Liddar Valleys of Kashmir Himalaya (Vol.
1) B.M. Sharma Flora of Upper Liddar Valleys of Kashmir Himalaya (Vol. 2) Floristic Biodiversity of Barda Hills and its Surroundings P.S. Nagar Flowering Plants of Thrissur Forest. Flora and Fauna The state is rich in flora and fauna. In Jammu, the flora ranges from the thorn bush type of the arid plain to the temperate and alpine flora of the higher altitudes.
Of the broad-leaf trees, there are maple, horse chestnuts, silver fir, etc. At the higher altitudes, there are birch, rhododendron, and a large number of herbal. The three major peaks of Kashmir Himalayan region are Kolahoi ( m), Haramukh ( m) and Koh-i-Nur ( m).
Dr Arthur and Dr Ernest Neve came to Kashmir in and they visited almost every valley in Kashmir. They climbed most of the higher summits of the Pir Panjal lying in Kashmir, as well as all the five summits of the Haramukh massif. —Flora of Upper Liddar Valleys of Kashmir Himalaya (Vol.
) (Set) – B.M. Sharma —Floristic Biodiversity of Barda Hills and its Surroundings – P.S. Nagar —Flowering Plants of Thrissur Forest – N. Sasidharan Flora of the Upper Gangetic Plain and of the Adjacent Siwalik and Sub Himalayan Tracts; 3 Volumes (bound in 2) / Duthie, J.F.
Flora of Tons Valley, Garhwal Himalaya (Uttaranchal) / Rana, T.S.; Datt, Bhaskar & Rao, R.R. Dar GH, Malik AH, Khuroo AA () A contribution to the flora of Rajouri and Poonch districts in the Pir Panjal Himalaya (Jammu & Kashmir), India. Check List 10(2)– CrossRef Google Scholar Dar MS, Khuroo AA, Malik AH, Dar GH () Ethno-veterinary uses of some plants by Gujjar and Bakerwal community in Hirpora Wildlife Sanctuary.
Flora and Fauna. The Himalayan region, with its diverse climatic conditions, is home to many uncommon, endemic and endangered species of flora and fauna. The number of plant species in the Himalaya is estimated at 25, – 10% of the world’s known species and 50% of India’s endemic flora.
Characterization of Piospheres in Northern Liddar Valley of Kashmir Himalaya 1 3 Fig. 1 Map showing location of study area and major conﬂuences of streams which. Ladakh (Kachroo et al., ), Upper Liddar Valleys (Sharma and Jamwal, ) and Srinagar (Singh and Kachroo, ) are noteworthy.
From eastern Ladakh region of Indian cold desert, Klimes () also recorded a total species of vascular plants. Similar efforts in Himachal Pradesh started when Collet () covered Shimla. heterophyllum has been recognized as a broad taxon, including the variety bracteatum (A.
kashmiricum), thus reducing the number of species in the Kashmir Himalaya from nine to. Jhelum and Chenah valleys.
The upper portion of the Jhelum valley forms the Kashmir valley proper, which is a large plain sixty miles in length by about twenty to thirty miles in width, at an elevation of feet, surrounded by high mountain ranges, with the Jhelum river, whose source is at the eastern end, flowing across it and finding an.
Sharma and Jaswal () surveyed the Upper Liddar valley of Kashmir Himalaya and described species comprising of genera belonging to 86 families. The compilation covers up to date nomenclature and notes on the medicinal plants.
Chauhan () reported aromatic plants from the state of Himachal Pradesh. (PDF) The alien flora of Kashmir Himalaya | Gus Dar - Compilation of alien flora from phytogeographically distinct regions is of immediate relevance not only for better understanding the patterns of plant invasion but also for explicating the processes promoting invasion at local, regional or global.
Magnum Opus (–)—Flora of British India—was the ﬁrst detailed publication, which described plants from the Kashmir Himalaya. After this monumental effort, several other authors also published their ﬂoristic works dealing with the region.
Notable among them are Coventry (–), Blatter (–29), Lambert (). The State of Jammu and Kashmir falls in the great north-western, complex of the Himalayan ranges with marked relief variation, snow- capped summits, antecedent drainage, complex geological structure and rich temperate flora and fauna.
Kashmir or the Jhelum Valley is situated between the Pir Panjal range and the Zanskar range and has an area of. The aim of this study was to assess morphological variation in wild Rosa L.
germplasm from the Western Himalayan Region that includes the geographical area of two Union territories (Jammu and Kashmir [J&K] and Ladakh) and one state (Himachal Pradesh [HP]) of India. Field trips in different locations of J&K, Ladakh, and HP from to were undertaken in different.
The Pir Panjal range in Kashmir is the longest and the most important range. It extends from the Jhelum river to the upper Beas river for over km. It rises to 5, metres and contains mostly volcanic rocks.
Passes in Pir Panjal. Pir Panjal Pass (3, m), the Bidil (4, m), Golabghar Pass (3, m) and Banihal Pass (2, m). Important Valleys in Himalayas The most important valleys in the Himalayan region are the valley of Kashmir and the Karewas (), the Kangra and Kulu valley in Himachal Pradesh; the Dun valley (Doon valley, Dehradun valley); the Bhagirathi valley (near Gangotri) and the Mandakini valley (near Kedarnath) in Uttarakhand and the Kathmandu valley in Nepal.From inside the book.
What people Himalayan range important India Indus intensity January Jhelum July June Karewa Kashmir Valley kilometres known Ladakh lake land length Liddar lies lower major March Mean metres monthly months mountain nature northern northwestern noted observed origin pass peaks period Pir Panjal The Valley of Kashmir.