"Status Of Forest In Nepal" Essays and Research Papers

  • Status Of Forest In Nepal

    Nepal Nepal is very mountainous and hilly. Roughly rectangular in shape, about 650 kilometer long and about 200 kilometer wide, Nepal is the third biggest country in South Asia, with an area of 147,181 square kilometer of land. Nepal is a land-locked country, surrounded by India on three sides and by China's Xizang Autonomous Region (Tibet) to the north. It is separated from Bangladesh by an approximately fifteen kilometre - wide strip of India's state of West Bengal, and from Bhutan by the eighty-eight...

    Hinduism, India, Kathmandu 1960  Words | 5  Pages

  • NEPAL

    NEPAL GEOGRAPHICAL Nepal is a sovereign nation located in south Asia. Nepal is the world's 93rd largest country by land mass and it is also the 41st most populous country, with a population of approximately 27 million. Nepal is located in South Asia between China in the north and India in the south, east and west. While the total land area is 147,181 sq. km including water area of the country that is 3,830 sq. km. Nepal is of roughly trapezoidal shape. Nepal is commonly divided into three physiographic...

    Buddhism, Himalayas, Hinduism 631  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nepal

    NEPAL Kollin Smith Period-1 12-17-00 Mr. Sartian Introduction         I am doing my report on a country by the name of Nepal. The formal name is The Kingdom of Nepal. The term for citizens is Nepalese. The capital of Nepal is Katmandu. Nepal became independent in 1768 when a number of independent hill states were unified by Prithri Narayan Shah as the Kingdom of Gorkha. The area of Nepal is 56,827 square miles. Its population according to the 1991 census was 18,462, 081. Nepal is located between...

    Gyanendra of Nepal, Himalayas, Hindu 909  Words | 4  Pages

  • Forest Extraction Research Paper

    1. Introduction Nepal has more villages than cities and towns. More than 80% of the people are dependent on agriculture for their livelihood. Nepal is rich in forests. % of the total land is covered with forest. Majority of the rural households are subsistence farmers and rely heavily on forest products to meet their daily requirements. Fuel wood is used for cooking and heating purposes, fodder and grass for livestock, leaf litter for manure, and timber for constructing houses and for making agricultural...

    Agriculture, Forest management, Forestry 1857  Words | 6  Pages

  • Forests

    FORESTS; A forest, also referred to as a wood or the woods, is an area with a high density of trees. Forests cover approximately over 9.4% of the earth’s surface * USES OF FORESTS; Forests are important to the survival of human beings mainly because we are dependent on a significant degree of vast areas of forests. The following states the various uses of forests; * Habitat for wildlife. * Home for plants. * Flora and fauna. * Forest plants can be used for medicinal purposes...

    Carbon dioxide, Deforestation, Ecosystem 655  Words | 3  Pages

  • Forest

    Temperate forests correspond to forest concentrations formed in the northern and southern hemisphere, or in temperate regions. Main characteristics include: wide leaves, large and tall trees and non seasonal vegetation. Temperate forests can be further distinguished by weatherpatterns and geographical features that favor the predominance of certain kinds of trees. In temperate coniferous forests, evergreen coniferspredominate, while in temperate broadleaf and mixed forests, a more even distribution...

    Biome, Deciduous, Evergreen 2120  Words | 7  Pages

  • Forest

    3. After watching the movie Forest Gump and observing the main character Forest, he illustrates a lot of different aspects of intelligence. I think that Forest shows his understanding about the world, he can think rationally and he always uses resources effectively when faced with challenges in his life, therefore demonstrating his intelligence. Forest demonstrates his use of intelligence throughout the movie in many different ways. One major challenge Forest is faced with in his childhood...

    Body, Cognition, Intelligence 902  Words | 3  Pages

  • The forest

    The Forest - Creative Writing Essay For English - The Forest There’s a forest bordering the town that I live in. The adults refuse to go near it or talk of what lies within. From the time we consciously understand our parents teach us not to step foot in there because the “Unmentionable Monsters” will get you. Of course as kids with wild imaginations we made our own predictions about what it could be. The Boogie Man, Dracula, werewolves, ghosts, and all sorts of other ghouls came to mind....

    The Way Back 1330  Words | 4  Pages

  • Forests

    Forests A forest is an area filled with trees which provides homes for many different living things. The forests found in Trinidad and Tobago are called Tropical Seasonal Forests because they are found near the Earth’s equator and have both wet and dry seasons. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ A forest is made up of different layers. The Emergent Layer is very sunny because it is at the very top and only...

    Animal, Forest, Forest ecology 745  Words | 4  Pages

  • Into the Forest

    ISP NOTES INTO THE FOREST BY JEAN HEGLAND Setting- * Into the Forest is based in a world around this time. Electricity is non-existent, Civilization has vanished and the world is in a commotion. * Based on two sisters who live in a post-apocalyptic world. * This story takes place in California, near San Francisco in a town called Redwood and that isn't exactly an isolated part of the world. * Eva and Nell stay at their house which is in a forest. They have to go to the town which...

    Apocalyptic and post-apocalyptic fiction, Famine, Food 2799  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Forest

    We were walking through the forest; we had just got out from school. I was taking a look behind me and see Sarah running trying to keep up with my pace. “Slow down, I can’t keep up with your pace” she said breathing heavy from running so much. I rolled my eyes at my dramatic friend; she glared when she saw me roll my eyes at her. I turned around and continued walking at a slightly slower pace. “It's not like anything bad is going to happen” I pointed out. It's like she thought Big Foot or...

    Breathing, Mobile phone, Turn 1318  Words | 4  Pages

  • Status Report on Elderly People (60+) in Nepal on Health, Nutrition and Social Status Focusing on Research Needs

    Status Report on Elderly People (60+) in Nepal on Health, Nutrition and Social Status Focusing on Research Needs Prepared for Government of Nepal Ministry of Health and Population Ramshahpath, Kathmandu Prepared by Geriatric Center Nepal Ramchandra Marg, Battisputali-9 Kathmandu Nepal March, 2010 PDF Created with deskPDF PDF Writer - Trial :: http://www.docudesk.com Executive Summary The combined effect of lowered fertility and improved health and longevity has generated growing...

    Gerontology, Health care, Health economics 1127  Words | 4  Pages

  • Women in Nepal

    Women In Nepal Nepal is a landlocked country situated in South Asia between India in the South, West and East and China in the North. According to a survey done by the Central Bureau of Statistics in Nepal, the population was recorded to be 26.62 million. In this small country there are still one hundred and one ethnic groups speaking over ninety two languages. Customs and traditions differ from one another but what remains the same is the patrilineal and patrilocal type of society that is present...

    Childhood, Discrimination, Education 1063  Words | 3  Pages

  • Status of Women

    Nepal, a Himalayan country situated in South Asia, is one of the poor countries of the world. Major reason behind this is the political instability and undemocratic rule for long. Other crucial factors for being the country very poor are due to lack of awareness and access to quality education. As a result, people have superstitious beliefs, there is gender discrimination, and political leaders have decreased political vision. The socio-economic status of women in Nepal is very poor. The women are...

    Abuse, Domestic violence, Gender role 1016  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nepal

    nepal Nepal (Listeni/nɛˈpɔːl/ ne-PAWL[5] Nepali: नेपाल [neˈpal] ( listen)), officially the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal,[6] is a landlocked sovereign state located in South Asia. With an area of 147,181 square kilometres (56,827 sq mi) and a population of approximately 27 million (and nearly 2 million absentee workers living abroad),[2] Nepal is the world's 93rd largest country by land mass[7] and the 41st most populous country. It is located in the Himalayas and bordered to the north by...

    Birendra of Nepal, Gyanendra of Nepal, Himalayas 3716  Words | 12  Pages

  • A Survey Analysis of Participation in a Community Forest Management in Nepal

    A Survey Analysis of Participation in a Community Forest Management in Nepal By Vishakha Maskey, Tesfa G. Gebremedhin and Timothy J. Dalton1 RESEARCH PAPER 2003-8 Selected paper for presentation at the Northeastern Agricultural Resource Economics Association, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, June 8-10, 2003 Key Words: Community forestry, Common property, User group, Caste system, Socio economic status, Participation. Abstract: The main objective of the study is to determine which socio-economic factors...

    Caste, Caste system in India, Forest management 5165  Words | 17  Pages

  • Status of Elderly People in Nepal

    the Regional Review of the Madrid International Plan of Action on Ageing (MIPAA) 9-11 October 2007 Macao, China Elderly People in Nepal What happened after MIPPA, 2002? * Nepal Participatory Action Network * This paper was prepared by Mr. Bhola Prasad Dahal, Immediate Past Chairperson/Executive Committee Member, Nepal Participatory Action Network, Nepal, for the High-level Meeting on the Regional Review of the Madrid International Plan of Action on Ageing (MIPAA), 9-11 October 2007, Macao...

    Ageing, Aging, Gerontology 7824  Words | 23  Pages

  • economy of nepal

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Economy of Nepal Nepal Rastra Bank in Kathmandu Currency 1 Nepalese Rupee (NPR) = 100 paisa Fiscal year 16 July - 15 July Trade organizations WTO Statistics GDP $41.22 billion (2012 est.)[1] GDP growth 4.6% (2010 est.) GDP per capita $1,600 (2010 est.) GDP by sector agriculture (35%), industry (20%),services (45%) (2010 est.) Inflation (CPI) 8.6% (September 2010 est.), 10.6% (October 2011 est. source: myrepublica.com) Population belowpoverty...

    Economic growth, Economics, Export 1371  Words | 7  Pages

  • nepal

    Nepal From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about the country. For other uses, see Nepal (disambiguation). Page semi-protected Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal सङ्घीय लोकतान्त्रिक गणतन्त्र नेपाल Loktāntrik Ganatantra Nepāl Flag Coat of arms Motto: जननी जन्मभूमिश्च स्वर्गादपि गरीयसी (Nepali) "Mother and Motherland are Greater than Heaven" Anthem: Sayaun Thunga Phulka Made of Hundreds of Flowers Menu 0:00 Capital and largest city...

    Gyanendra of Nepal, History of Nepal, India 12274  Words | 50  Pages

  • Forests

    in India is a mix of species of different types of organisms. The forests of India are ancient in nature and composition. Indian people need to have more wildlife education. They are rich in variety and shelter a wide range of flora and fauna and insects. The fact they have existed from time immemorial is substantiated from the ancient texts all of which have some mention of the forests. Even today in parts of India the sacred forests exist and are worshiped. The wildlife in India is equally diverse...

    Biodiversity, Biome, Conservation biology 5947  Words | 18  Pages

  • BUSINESS OPPURTUNITY AND CHALLENGE IN NEPAL

    Nepal is a landlocked country with a challenging market structure. Due to the unstable political situation, its geographical topography and poor infrastructure are hindering the development of the business in Nepal. Strike and Bandha are also disrupting the movement, although the situation has improved over the past year. Nepal, a country with a population of 29 million and per capita income of $564. Agriculture and remittance is a large contributor to the national economy. Most of the businesses...

    Economics, Investment, Per capita income 1031  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nepal case study

           Page 1: Background on Nepal                      Page 2: Interviews based on Women’s Right, and Child Labor Laws in Nepal                      Page 2: Government Policy on Women’s Right, and Child Labor Laws in Nepal                      Page 3: Effects of Women’s Right , and Child Labor Laws on the population of Nepal and other countries                      Page 4: Possible Solutions to the Issue of Women’s Right ,and Child Labor in Nepal                      Page 4:...

    Anti-Slavery International, Child labour, Discrimination 1446  Words | 8  Pages

  • Status of Nepalese Women

    Status of women in Nepal About half of the world’s population is of women. In the western countries, both men and women enjoy equality of rights. But the situation in most of the Asian and African nation’s women is different. There is a large scaled discrimination between men and women. Discrimination starts from home itself, parents treat male and female child differently and have expectations based on the cultural differences (Nalini sastry, 2000). Nalini reports socializing process is the...

    Female, Gender, Male 868  Words | 3  Pages

  • Joint Forest Management-a Review

    Joint Forest Management  Joint Forest Management often abbreviated as JFM is the official and popular term in India for partnerships in forest management involving both the state forest departments and local communities. Joint Forest Management (JFM) programme in the present form can be traced to the Arabari experiment initiated by foresters in the state of West Bengal. This experiment provided a strong feedback for incorporation of the system in the National Forest Policy of 1988. In many locations...

    Forest management, Forestry, Haryana 939  Words | 3  Pages

  • Interventions for Maternal and Child Health in Nepal

    Maternal and Child Health: Interventions to Improve Nutritional Status Sarah Bassiouni Margaret Lippitt Katie Stetler EMD 543: Global Aspects of Food and Nutrition December 2011 Table of Contents I. Executive Summary.................................................................................. Including one-page briefs on recommended interventions II. Introduction.............................................................................................. III. Antenatal Care............

    Birth mass, Childbirth, Death 1070  Words | 4  Pages

  • Access to Basic Healthcare in Nepal

    should be not only accessible but also affordable and acceptable as well. Access to health competes with many other issues i.e. social, environmental etc. Due to several factors countries like Nepal face a great challenge in making the health facility accessible to all part of the nation. Much of rural Nepal is located on hilly or mountainous regions. The rugged terrain and the lack of proper infrastructure makes it highly inaccessible, limiting the availability of basic health care. In many villages...

    Health, Health care, Health economics 1950  Words | 6  Pages

  • Maoists in Nepal

    Maoists in Nepal Terrorism is one of the most pressing and ongoing problems in today’s world. It is a term used to describe violence or other harmful acts committed or threatened against civilians by groups or persons for political, nationalist, or religious goals. However, as it is said that ‘one man’s terrorists is another man’s freedom fighter,’ the word terrorism does not have a definite definition. The American Heritage Dictonary defines terrrirism as "the unlawful use or threatened use...

    Birendra of Nepal, Mahendra of Nepal, Maoism 1630  Words | 5  Pages

  • Surya Nepal

    SURYA NEPAL PVT.LTD. Surya Nepal Pvt. Ltd. is an Indo-Nepal-UK joint venture. In Nepal it started its operation in 1986. Now it is the largest private sector enterprises in Nepal and a subsidiary of ITC Limited, India. It manufactures cigarettes, despite the difficult agro-climatic conditions prevalent in Nepal; SNPL is committed to increasing tobacco cultivation and improving the yield and quality. They are producing tobacco. Nepal’s focus on planned resourcing of technical expertise, good agronomic...

    Cigarette, Nicotine, Tobacco 682  Words | 3  Pages

  • Applying Forest and the Trees

    28 September 2012 Applying The Forest and the Trees In Allan Johnson’s book, The Forest and the Trees, Johnson explains the importance of culture and structure in society and how it influences the way we live. Johnson’s ideas are clearly shown in the film Far from Heaven. The Forest and The Trees also helps a question I had at the beginning of this semester, “What makes me act the way I do and what has influenced my behavior?” In Allan Johnson’s The Forest and the Trees, Johnson (2008:38-62)...

    Belief, Culture, Gender 1814  Words | 5  Pages

  • nepal tragedy

    on 25 April 2015 at 11:56 a.m. NST  at a depth of approximately 15 km (which is considered shallow and therefore more damaging than quakes that originate deeper in the ground),[24] with its epicentre approximately 34 km east-southeast of Lamjung, Nepal, lasting approximately twenty seconds.[25] The earthquake was initially reported as 7.5 in the ritcher scale by the United States Geological Survey (USGS) before it was quickly upgraded to 7.8 Mw. The China Earthquake Networks Center (CENC) reported...

    Aid, Earthquake, Emergency management 2373  Words | 10  Pages

  • Nepal Telecom

    INTRODUCTION Nepal Doorsanchar Company Ltd.  popularly known as Nepal Telecom  is the largest telecommunication service provider in Nepal. The company was a monopoly until 2003, when the first private sector operator UTL started providing basic telephony services. The central office of Nepal Telecom is located at Bhadrakali Plaza, Kathmandu. It has branches, exchanges and other offices in 184 locations within the country. It is the sole provider of fixed line, ISDN and leased-line services in Nepal. Following...

    Customer service, Economics, GSM 900  Words | 4  Pages

  • Important of Forest

    IMPORTANCE OF FORESTS Introduction Trees are mankind lifeline. If they are destroyed, there is no way that human beings can survive. From the oxygen that we breathe in, the food that we eat, to the clothes we wear, we owe it all to the trees. Not only this, trees act as purifiers of air and receptacles of our waste products. Trees have great economic value too. We get fuel, fodder, timber, medicines and numerous other valuable products from the trees. It is, therefore, not surprising that trees...

    Ecosystem, Forest, Plant 1011  Words | 3  Pages

  • Forest Schools

    FOREST SCHOOL ENGLAND DEFINITION Forest School is an inspirational process, that offers children and young people opportunities to achieve, develop confidence and self-esteem, through hands on learning experiences in a local woodland environment. According /www.worcestershire.gov.uk/ Forest school (learning style) From Wikipedia Forest school is a type of outdoor education in which children (or adults) visit forests/woodlands, learning personal, social and technical skills. It has been...

    Alternative education, Child, Education 1120  Words | 3  Pages

  • Forest Protection

    Ancient forests around the world are in peril, but we can still save them. Governments and the timber industry need to understand what a crucial role they play in maintaining global biodiversity, not to mention how vital they are in regulating the climate, so they need to act now. And as consumers, we can all help to save the forests. Making sure that the wood and paper we buy has come from well-managed sources (or, even better, is 100 per cent recycled) is something we can all easily do. We have...

    Biodiversity, Conservation, Deforestation 1896  Words | 7  Pages

  • Nepal

    DiscoveringTourism Destinations & Trekking Trails in Nepal loWEr manaslu ECo trEK-gorKha lumbasumbapass KanchenjunGa & maKalu www.taan.org.np TAAN Discovering Tourism Destinations & TrekkingTrails in Nepal © All rights reserved: Trekking Agencies' Association of Nepal- TAAN- 2012 All rights reserved. Apart from fair dealing for the purposes of study, research, criticism or review as permitted under Copyright Laws of the Nepal, no part of this book may be reproduced by any process...

    Altitude sickness, Dolpa District, Mount Everest 30103  Words | 197  Pages

  • Battle of the Teutoburg Forest

    | Battle of the Teutoburg Forest In 9 AD, Roman general Roman general Varus was betrayed by Arminius, the leader of a massive Germanic tribe. Arminius deceived the Roman and led them into a trap deep into the Teutoburg forest which would lay a foundation for what will be one of the biggest defeats in roman history; resulting in the extermination of some 20,000 roman troops. The effects of this defeat halted Roman expansion beyond the Rhine River. The psychological affects would eventually...

    Ancient Rome, Augustus, Battle of the Teutoburg Forest 1150  Words | 3  Pages

  • Coniferous Forest

    ever heard of ‘coniferous forest’? Now, I am going to talk about the interesting facts about the coniferous forest (also called 'taiga' or 'boreal forest'). The coniferous forest is mainly in the northern hemisphere, and some in the southern hemisphere. It is mostly in North America (US), Canada, Europe and Asia. The coniferous forests are usually in cold places. Did you know that the average temperature in the coniferous forest is below freezing? In the coniferous forest, winter and summer are the...

    Evergreen, Larch, Long-eared Owl 962  Words | 3  Pages

  • Deciduous Forests

    Deciduous Forests INTRODUCTION A deciduous forest, simply described is a forest that is leafless during the winter. Eury species make up this type of forest, meaning that the species can tolerate a wide range of conditions. In the extreme northern latitudes, the growing season is short causing the trees to be leafless the majority of the year. The deciduous forest is subjected to distinct weather cycles and temperature shifts. In this area of the northeast we experience four distinct seasons, and...

    Forest, Leaf, Maple 1307  Words | 4  Pages

  • Forest Conservation

    Intro Forest Conservation is the practice of planting and maintaining forested areas for the benefit and sustainability of future generations. Around the year 1900 in the United States, forest conservation became popular with the uses of natural resources. It is the upkeep of the natural resources within a forest that are beneficial to both humans and the ecosystem. Forest conservation acts to maintain, plan, and improve forested areas. Forests provide wildlife with a suitable habitat for living...

    Biodiversity, Conservation biology, Deforestation 1298  Words | 4  Pages

  • Depletion of Forest

    INTRODUCTION Echo systems around the world help sustain life for millions of species. Echo systems that are mainly forests provide a home for a large majority of the species alive. Therefore the trees in these forests are considered to be the most important species. Although it is true, that most species are not able to sustain without each other. There are many benefits that we get from our forests. Some of these include cleaner drinking water, a home for plants and animals, economic growth, clean air,...

    Amazon Rainforest, Brazil, Carbon dioxide 1853  Words | 5  Pages

  • Kelp Forest

    Kelp forests are amongst the most beautiful habitats in the ocean. They grow in both the northern and southern hemisphere, with the more developed areas being in the Pacific Coast between Baja California and Alaska. Kelp forests are very similar to forests on land in that they provide shelter and protection to many animals. Kelp forests can only grow in clear, shallow water because they require sunlight for photosynthesis. They grow along rocky coastlines at about 2 to 30 meters deep, and in...

    Algae, Kelp, Macrocystis 823  Words | 3  Pages

  • Wto and Nepal

    organizations. Nepal’s Participation in World Trade Organization Nepal became the 147th member of the WTO on 23 April 2004. Nepal is the first LDC to join the WTO through the full working party negotiation process. During its accession Nepal has made Commitments in the agriculture goods and services sector which are substantial compared to those made by original members at a comparable level of economic development. As elsewhere, people in Nepal had differing views on the WTO; the debate on the pros and...

    European Union, Free trade, General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 1340  Words | 4  Pages

  • uses of forests

    Mankind uses forests in many different ways and all these uses prove to be significant and helpful to us. However, even though using forests have many positive impacts on humans, there are also many effects which affect our environment and us negatively. In this essay, I will hone in on what we use forests for and the impacts of the different ways that we use them for. Forests are often used as a source for useful materials or natural resources. Materials found in forests such as the wood of...

    Biodiversity, Ecology, Ecosystem 1146  Words | 3  Pages

  • Privatization of Forests

    are few legal and business practices which have caused as much controversy and public outcry, as privatization of forests. Other than the Ocean, forests are maybe the most important system to sustain life on this planet. Forests regulate weather, neutralize ecosystems and sustain life to the cellular level. So why would anyone privatize forests? In a nutshell, proponents of forest privatization argue that the resources are not being fully exploited. They argue, many neighboring nations and people...

    Deforestation, Forest, Government 1433  Words | 5  Pages

  • Forest Management

    Forest management is the maintaining and management of not only the trees in the forest, but the streams, habitat, watersheds, and even the decaying trees or logs on the forest floor. Managing our forests is not only important to the wildlife, but to our future economy and way of life. We need to continue to save the Oregon forests and help the ecosystems within them because human beings are also part of the ecosystem. By using forest management, it can help certain species of wildlife...

    Endangered species, Forest, Forest ecology 986  Words | 3  Pages

  • banking in nepal

    Banking in Nepal: A History of Banking System in Nepal This post is about banking in Nepal, a history of banking system in Nepal. In the context of Nepal, it is very difficult to trace the correct chorological history of the Banking systems in Nepal because there are no sufficient historical records and data about Banking in Nepal. Nepal bank Ltd. is the first modern bank of Nepal. It is taken as the milestone of modern banking of the country. Nepal bank marks the beginning of a new era in the...

    Agriculture, Bank, Central bank 6184  Words | 8  Pages

  • status of women

    The status of women in India has been subject to many great changes over the past few millennia.[4][5] From equal status with men in ancient times[6] through the low points of the medieval period,[7] to the promotion of equal rights by many reformers, the history of women in India has been eventful. In modern India, women have held high offices in India including that of the President, Prime Minister, Speaker of the Lok Sabha and Leader of the Opposition. As of 2011, the Speaker of the Lok Sabha...

    British Raj, Delhi, History of India 2067  Words | 7  Pages

  • Failure of Nepal Development Bank Ltd.

    Chapter I Introduction 1. Background 1. 1. History Nepal Development Bank Limited (NDBL) was established under the Company Act, 2053(1997) in Chaitra 6, 2054 (March 19, 1998). It was the first national level development bank established by the private sector in Nepal. It had commenced its operation since Magh 17, 2055(January 31, 1999) as per Development Bank Act, 2052 (1996). Since Baisakh 21, 2063(May 4, 2006), it had imparted its services in accordance with Bank and Financial Institution...

    Bank, Bank regulation, Banking 2164  Words | 7  Pages

  • Biodiversity and Forests

    Conservation Of Wild Life forests Protection and conservation of forests and wildlife are essential to maintain the earth’s health and environment. The earth is the only known living planet and it is because of its special environment and ecology which are life-supporting. Forests are part and parcel of our environment. They are one of the most valuable resources and gifts of nature. They play a key role in the maintenance climate, rain-patterns, water and soil conservation. They are the natural...

    Biodiversity, Conservation biology, Ecology 1125  Words | 3  Pages

  • deciduous forest

     Deciduous forest biome UNKNOWN AUTHOR March 5, A deciduous forest biome is a type of forest characterized by trees that seasonally shed their leaves. In the deciduous forest biome has a variety of different...

    Autumn, Fruit, Oak 286  Words | 3  Pages

  • Forests

    1.1 Introduction A forest is a complex ecosystem or assemblage of ecosystems dominated by trees and other woody vegetation. The living parts of a forest include trees, shrubs, vines, grasses and other herbaceous plants, mosses, algae, fungi, insects, mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and microorganisms living on the plants and animals and in the soil and their interaction with one another and with the non-living part of the environment. The type of forest in a given area depends on many elements...

    Coast, Indus River, Karachi 7006  Words | 26  Pages

  • Living in the forest

    indigenous groups living in the forest, some who have no contact with the 'outside' world and live in a harmonic environment. Rainforests are the most diverse ecosystems on the planet, as well as being the home to an estimated 50 million indigenous forest people. These people depend on the rainforest for their way of life. It provides them nearly everything from shelter and food to tools and medicine. The people living in the forest make practical and sustainable use of the forest. It also plays an important...

    Agriculture, Amazon Rainforest, Family 1361  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rain Forest

    My project was over the tropical rainforest biome. The tropical rain forest is a forest of tall trees in a region of year-round warmth. An average of 50-260 inches (125-660) cm of rain falls yearly. A tropical rain forest has more kinds of trees than any other area in the world. Scientists have counted about 100-300 species in one 2 ½ acre area in South America. Seventy percent of the plants in the rainforest are trees. There are a couple of topics that can be discussed within this biome such as...

    Amazon Rainforest, Australia, Forest 1722  Words | 5  Pages

  • Conservation of Forest

    CONSERVATION OF forest is certainly a necessity that requires to be addressed as a priority. For the survival of human beings, a holistic approach is required to be adopted as regards protection of the plant kingdom as well as the wildlife with regard to the peaceful and mutually beneficial co-existence of all. To prevent any kind of ecological imbalance a very pragmatic action plan has to be formulated. Towards achieving this many legislation have been enacted in India and elsewhere. At the...

    Conservation, Forest, Human 1572  Words | 4  Pages

  • Forest Gump

    Mhara 3. Ungsod, Vergel 4. Eborde, Mary Grace 5. Cervantes, Mark Jame 6. Asuncion, Jessa 7. Agang, Reymond 8. Baximen, Ariel 9. Atalyag 10. Fermalo, Ma. Ileonor 11. Cordero, Samson 12. Lopez, Miles 13. Peralta, Arnuljo JR. MOVIE REVIEW “FOREST GUMP” SUMMARY: Stupid is as stupid does," says Forrest Gump (played by Tom Hanks in an Oscar-winning performance) as he discusses his relative level of intelligence with a stranger while waiting for a bus. Despite his sub-normal IQ, Gump leads a...

    Forrest Gump, Table tennis, Tom Hanks 1814  Words | 6  Pages

  • Do Women Enjoy Equal Right in Nepal?

    To what extent do the women enjoy equal rights in your country? Our country, Nepal is popularly known as a traditional nation. It gives more priority to its customs and traditions rather than other subjects of matter. This country has been ruled and operated by majority of men since the beginning of humanity. Men play the vital role in each sector of development. History of Nepal is the evidence that all the development works are carried out by majority of men and less women. Even...

    Female, Gender, Human rights 700  Words | 4  Pages

  • Forest Hill

    Forest Hill Paper Company Thomas L. Albright University of Alabama Introduction Forest Hill Paper Company (FHPC) is a small, closely-held paperboard manufacturer that produces a broad line of paperboard in large reels, termed parent rolls. These parent rolls are sold to converters who further process them into containers used for a diverse line of consumer products, such as packaging for microwavable meals. The owners of FHPC have long pursued the strategy of producing a full range of products...

    Cost, Costs, Grade 1866  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nepal

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