Joint forest planning and management in the eastern plain regions of Karnataka by Sharachchandra M. Lele Download PDF EPUB FB2
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Its inhabitants may search for better jobs in the plain and become out-commuters (and may move definitely) while peasant farmers might abandon their villages in higher altitudes and move to these small towns for the new jobs and The sustainable management of groundwater resources requires good planning and concerted efforts.
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In Karnataka, where eucalypt constituted 47% of seedlings raised by the Forest Department inthis figure was reduced to 24% in (70). It is now limited to 20% (41).
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