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Title: Documenting the land use pattern in the corridor complexes of Kaziranga National Park using high resolution satellite imagery
Author(s): Areendran, G.; Raj, K.; Sharma, A.; Bora, P.J.; Sarmah, A.; Sahana, M.; Ranjan, K.
Year published: 2020
Journal: Trees, Forests and People
Volume: 2 (100039)
Pages: 1-18 -
File: View PDF: 2,3 mb
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Asia - South Asia - India - Assam
Indian Rhino
Kaziranga National Park (KNP) in Assam, India, is a protected area of global prominence as it provides habitat to the largest population of the Indian Rhinoceros in the world and is also special as it has a diverse human population from different cultures surrounding the national park. Conservati...

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