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Title: Assessment of Atmospheric Nitrogen Deposition on Plant Diversity in a Dry Tropical Forest
Researcher: Singh Dharmendra Kumar
Guide(s): Sagar R.
Keywords: Life Sciences,Biology and Biochemistry,Evolutionary Biology
University: Banaras Hindu University
Completed Date: 2018
Abstract: Today climate change is a serious problem all around the globe. It is threatening the newlinesurvival of many microbes, plants and animals causing changes in ecosystem structure newlineand function. The atmospheric N deposition, a global climate change driving factor is newlineconsidered as a serious threat to the global biodiversity. The studies about the impacts newlineof N deposition on the ecosystem structure and function are generally available from newlinethe grassland ecosystems of the temperate regions. The data on the impacts of newlineatmospheric N deposition on forest structure, composition, regeneration, depleting newlinepopulation of species and diversity are very little while totally lacking from the tropical newlineregions. newlineThe study was conducted on seven sites in the Sonbhadra districts of Vindhyan newlinedry tropical forests (21º 29´ 25º 11´ N and 78º 15´ 84º 15´ E), India in years 2012- newline2013. The region is experiencing continuous increase of human and cattle populations newlinein addition to agriculture activities and facing rapid expansion of industries. Area is newlinelocally dominated by dry deciduous trees. newline
Appears in Departments:Department of Botany

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