Assessment of natural resources use patterns: a case study along a trekking corridor of Sikkim Himalaya, India (2006)

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In the Himalayas, subsistence largely depends upon resources derived from natural forests due to the free and easy access to these and simplicity in their use. Sikkim has 43% of its total geographical area under forest cover, of which 34% is under dense forests. The burgeoning human population and family fragmentation are exerting a tremendous pressure on the natural resources to meet the requirements of food, fuel, fodder, timber and other human needs. In recent years, tourism has increased manifolds in Sikkim, which has been one of the major factors behind destruction of forests.
Year: 2006
Language: English
In: Resources, Energy, and Development, Vol.3, Issue/No. 1: 21-34 p.



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