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Forest resource assessment in mohand forest range, Uttar Pradesh using remote sensing and GIS

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Correspondence to I. J. singh or D. K. Jugran or Samson Thanruma or S. R. Reddy.

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singh, I.J., Jugran, D.K., Thanruma, S. et al. Forest resource assessment in mohand forest range, Uttar Pradesh using remote sensing and GIS. J Indian Soc Remote Sens 33, 565 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02990741

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Keywords

  • Geographical Information System
  • Remote Sensing
  • Forest Cover
  • Fuel Wood
  • Forest Cover Type