1 edition of Protected areas of Nepal found in the catalog.
Protected areas of Nepal
|Statement||[preparation team, Prasanna Yonzon ... et al.].|
|Contributions||Yonzon, Prasanna., Resources Nepal (Organization)|
|LC Classifications||QL84.5.N35 P76 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||124 p. :|
|Number of Pages||124|
|LC Control Number||99939096|
IUCN Category V Protected Areas Protected Landscapes/Seascapes Adrian Phillips Author and Series Editor L andscapes/Seascapes Category V Protected Areas (Protected Landscapes/Seascapes) are lived-in, working landscapes – a type of protected area where conservation and sustainable development go hand in Size: KB. The World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA) The World Commission on Protected Areas (WCPA) is the world’s leading network of protected area managers and specialists, with over 1, members in countries. WCPA is one of the six voluntary Commissions of IUCN and is administered by theFile Size: 2MB.
The WWF Nepal Program has initiated SCAFP in Sagarmatha National Park (SNP). The SCAFP is a multifaceted community-based conservation project, initiated in July , to address the issue of deforestation in the Sagarmatha region. One of the major achievements of the project is the preparation of the BZ Management Plan for SNP. This National Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan (NBSAP) is a key milestone in the conservation history of Nepal, following the Biodiversity Profiles of Nepal () and Nepal Biodiversity Strategy (). It is also a testimony of Nepal’s continued commitment towards fulfilling her File Size: 2MB.
From inside the book. What people are Mexico million monitoring National Park natural areas natural environment natural resources nature trail nature-based tourism Nepal organizations park managers Parks and Protected programmes promote protected area management recreational regional Reserve revenue role Tourism, Ecotourism, and. Nepal has many adventurous places and exotic locations that add amusement for the travelers, trekkers from around the world. But not everywhere in Nepal you are free to visit without proper paperwork. Some areas in Nepal are strictly controlled for tourist to protect natural beauty, rich heritage & culture, and environment.
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Nepal is richly endowed with natural resources across a variety of ecosystems such as forests, grasslands, wetlands, high mountains, the Himalayas and the lowland plains which provide invaluable habitats for flora and fauna, as well as goods and services to local people and the country as a whole.
Nepal Biodiversity Resource Book: Protected Areas, Ramsar Sites, and World Heritage Sites builds upon the earlier Biodiversity Profiles of Nepal to update all available information, published as well as verified in the field, about biodiversity in Nepal.
The book is organised in eight chapters and discusses currently reported data on flora. Nepal is a culturally vibrant country with an extensive protected areas network that covers % of its territory (Department Protected areas of Nepal book National Parks & Wildlife Conservation [DNPWC], ), and has Author: Sanjay Nepal.
Buy Community Participation on Conservation and Protected Areas of Nepal: A Research Book on "Conservation and Equity sharing of the Natural Resources of Protected Areas of Nepal" on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersAuthor: Pabitra Dahal.
This review will provide detailed information about different population monitoring techniques being applied for different endangered wild animals in protected areas of Nepal. Techniques like camera trapping, radio collar, noninvasive methods, mobile application, GPS, GIS, direct head count, etc.
are commonly used for monitoring wildlife in : Amir Sadaula, Yagya Raj Pandeya, Yogendra Shah, Dhan Kumar Pant, Rabin Kadariya. Protected areas in South America hold 27% of the world's carbon stock, which is the highest percentage of any country in both absolute terms and as a proportion of the total stock.
Rainforests: % of the world's forest is covered by protected areas and sixteen of the twenty forest types have 10% or more protected area coverage. Nepal Biodiversity Resource Book Protected Areas, Ramsar Sites, and World Heritage Sites [Ukesh Raj, Puspa Ratan Shakya, Tej Bahadur Basnet & Subha Shrestha Bhuju] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Nepal by the Numbers 20 protected areas including 10 National parks, 3 wildlife reserves, 1 hunting reserve, and 6 conservation areas % of the total land area of Nepal is protected 5 physiographic zones, including High Himal (23%), High Mountains (19%), Middle Mountains (29%), Siwalik (15%) and Terai (14%) 10 Ramsar sites (4 in.
Book Description. Protected areas (PAs) contain biodiversity and ecosystems of high conservation value. In addition, these areas provide a range of benefits, both direct and indirect, to our societies and economies, i.e.
so called ecosystem services. These services include, for example, an ecosystem's ability to regulate floods and climate. Nepal cover only % of land area of global scale but represent % of global mammalian species (suwal and verheght ), out of which a total of mammal belongs to 12 orders and 39 : Bharat Gotame.
The chapters focus on the modern significance of sacred natural sites in Asian protected areas with reference, where appropriate, to an Asian philosophy of protected areas. Drawn from over 20 different countries, the book covers examples of sacred natural sites from all of IUCN’s protected area categories and governance types.
The protected areas of Nepal cover mainly forested land and are located at various altitudes in the Terai, in the foothills of the Himalayas and in the mountains, thus encompassing a multitude of landscapes and preserving a vast biodiversity in the Palearctic and Indomalayan ecozones.
Get this from a library. Nepal biodiversity resource book: protected areas, Ramsar sites, and World Heritage sites. [Ukesh Raj Bhuju; (Organization); International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development.; Nepal.
Ministry of Environment, Science, and Technology.; United Nations Environment Programme.;]. This book provides a compilation of the rich flora and fauna found in Nepal's protected areas, Ramsar sites, and World Heritages sites. This document is organized in eight chapters.
The first chapter presents the study background, objectives and methodology. The second chapter presents the location, biophysical and socioeconomic aspects, and natural resources of economic significance of by: This book reviews the need for marine conservation, summarizes general measures for ocean and coastal conservation, and explains the rationale for establishing marine protected areas.
The second half of the book is essentially a guideline for designing and implementing protected areas in order to make them viable and long-lasting in their. Introduction. Protected areas (PAs) are the cornerstone of global biodiversity conservation (Naughton-Treves et al.,Venter et al., ) and prime destinations for nature-based tourism due to their unique biological, natural and cultural features (Ceballos-Lascurain,Whitelaw et al., ).Bya total ofPAs of various types had been established globally covering Cited by: The modern history of protected area (PA) management in Nepal dates back to when the National Parks and Wildlife Conservation Act () was promulgated and Chitwan National Park was established.
In the years immediately following these key events, protected area acts and regulations were strictly applied and the role of local people in managing natural resources was Cited by: Protected Areas Charles Besançon, Neil Burgess, Lucy Fish and Liesbeth Renders 89 Restoration and protected areas Nigel Dudley, Daniel Vallauri, Stephanie Mansourian and the Society for Ecological Restoration 98 Protected area categories and management effectiveness Marc Hockings and Nigel Dudley 99 Names of protected areas.
Nepal Biodiversity Resource Book The purpose of this report is to update and verify information on Nepal's biodiversity, last recorded in It is part of the Nepal Biodiversity Yearbook project, which aims to annually update information on the country's biodiversity from onwards.
Purchase Marine Protected Areas - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN. Protected areas-based tourism in Nepal The extensive network of protected areas has played a significant role in driving Nepal’s tourism industry.
The unique geological formation and rich natural and cultural heritage of the Himalayan region in Nepal have long lured adventurers, trekkers, mountaineers, and other pleasure seeking tourists from Cited by: Kathmandu, December The government of Nepal is preparing to revisit various ecosystems and protected areas in the country to update the status of protected species and ecosystems.Nepal Biodiversity resource Book (NBRB) was thus established to carry out those needs and give continuity to this initiative.
The objective of NBRB was to update Biodiversity Profiles focusing on the flora and fauna diversity implicitly in the Protected Areas, Ramsar Sites and World Heritage Sites of Nepal using published information.