The Ecology And Conservation Of Seasonally Dry Forests In Asia

The Ecology And Conservation Of Seasonally Dry Forests In Asia Seasonally dry forests are the most widespread forest type remaining in South and Southeast Asia For many endangered species such as tigers elephants deer and primates this unique habitat is centr

  • Title: The Ecology And Conservation Of Seasonally Dry Forests In Asia
  • Author: William J. McShea Stuart James Davies Naris Bhumpakphan Teri D. Allendorf Myint Aung Megan C. Baker Warren Y. Brockelman Sarayudh Bunyavejchewin
  • ISBN: 9781935623021
  • Page: 451
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Seasonally dry forests are the most widespread forest type remaining in South and Southeast Asia For many endangered species, such as tigers, elephants, deer and primates, this unique habitat is central to their survival These forests are also intimately linked to humans in the region, who have lived in and relied on them for centuries Despite the importance of seasonalSeasonally dry forests are the most widespread forest type remaining in South and Southeast Asia For many endangered species, such as tigers, elephants, deer and primates, this unique habitat is central to their survival These forests are also intimately linked to humans in the region, who have lived in and relied on them for centuries Despite the importance of seasonally dry forests, little is known of their ecology The essays in this volume draw the connections between forest communities, endangered species, and agricultural communities in the region The contributors, many of whom are in country researchers and managers who have spent years studying this ecosystem, provide an overview of the ecology of seasonally dry forests in Asia, descriptions of forest and agricultural communities within seasonally dry forests, case studies for the species dependent on these ecosystems, such as tigers, elephants, deer, banteng, and gibbons and discuss effective management and conservation of seasonally dry forests.

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