Forest History of India
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Publisher: SAGE Publications India Pvt, Ltd.
Binding: Trade Cloth
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.50" long x 0.75" tall
This collection of articles by noted environmental historian Richard P Tucker is an attempt to trace Indian forest history from the colonial era to its post-Independence legacy. It is a study of the evolution of forest policy at the national level, in counterpoint with management at the provincial and local levels, primarily in the Himalayan districts. The book highlights the two main strains of conflict that characterize the evolution of professional forestry in India. First, the tension between the subsistence needs of the local population and the commercial needs of the colonial state, and second, the clash between the forest department, which sought to preserve and manage forests, and More...
|Forest Management and Imperial Politics: Thana District, Bombay, 1823-1887|
|The Forests of the Western Himalayas: The Legacy of British Colonial Administration|
|The British Colonial System and the Forests of the Western Himalayas, 1815-1914|
|The Historical Context of Social Forestry in the Kumaon Himalayas|
|The Evolution of Transhumant Grazing in the Punjab Himalaya|
|The British Empire and India's Forest Resources: The Timberlands of Assam and Kumaon, 1914-1950|
|The Depletion of India's Forests under British Imperialism: Planters, Foresters, and Peasants in Assam and Kerala|
|The Commercial Timber Economy under Two Colonial Regimes in Asia|
|Resident Peoples and Wildlife Reserves in India: The Prehistory of a Strategy|
|Non-timber Forest Products Policy in the Western Himalayas under British Rule|
|About the Author|
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