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Year: 2009
Communities in the Yuksam-Dzongri trekking corridor of Sikkim use a wide variety of plant species as firewood and fodder with species preferences based on their local knowledge
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Year: 2009
The Himalayas are characterised by highly complex socioecological systems, with rich cultural diversity linked with equally rich biological diversity
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Year: 2008
Sikkim is rich in hydropower potential in spite of its small area
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Year: 2008
Dorjee Tshering Lepcha rises with the sun each morning
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Year: 2007
Conversion of natural habitats through different land utilisation practices is the single largest cause of loss of biological diversity in Sikkim
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Year: 2007
Local people’s preference scores for firewood species were studied through pair-wise ranking tools of Participatory Rural Appraisal technique from Yuksam-Dzongri trekking trail, Sikkim, India
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Year: 2006
Asian societies are not only complex but are undergoing rapid change in the face of the forces of globalization and privatization
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Year: 2006
This study entails participatory action-research with Lepcha communities in Sikkim State and Kalimpong area of Darjeeling Gorkha Hill Council (DGHC), West Bengal - with a particular focus on farming systems and traditional rice varieties
Year: 2005
This study highlights the assessment of snow and glacier cover for possible inferences of global climate change impacts in high mountains like the Himalaya
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Year: 2005
The present communication is a part of survey being conducted to study the fresh water algal flora of Namchi, South Sikkim
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