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Author (up) Chundawat, R.S. url  openurl
  Title Ecological Studies of Snow Leopard and its associated prey species in Hemis National Park, Ladakh Type Manuscript
  Year 1992 Publication University of Rajasthan Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume Issue Pages 194  
  Abstract Trans Himalayas experience extremes of cold and arid climatic conditions which account for their lower productivity. The wild animals occur in lower densities and need relatively large areas to maintain viable populations. Though these animals are fully adapted to these environmental conditions, increasing human pressure poses a great threat to their survival.

Trans Himalayas are intrinsically a fragile ecosystem and their overuse has pushed them close to ravage in many localities. Higher Himalayas are progressively threatened by the increasing developmental activities such as opening up by new roads and and increasing number of satellite townships.

This region has long remained unstudied by conservationists. The paucity of information on this region is very well recognised by the managers and conservationists in the country as well as the world over. For better management and conservation of wildlife in the region, it is of paramount importance to have atleast the basic information on the status, distribution of flora and fauna, and other environmental and socio-economic aspects.
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  Call Number SLN @ rakhee @ Serial 1372  
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