Carbon Sequestration By The Selected Tree Species In Mukundara National Park

Diversity in India is observed in almost all the fields.  Diversity is a concept about range of variation or differences among entities.  India is a land of physical, ecological, biological, socio, cultural and linguistic diversity. It is characterized by innumerable varieties of climate pattern and habitats.  Vegetation in relation to environment has been the major approach in studying the ecological aspects. These aspects present an integrated picture of the interactions of the species, therefore, the analysis of species composition and the environment is obviously important studies on floristic diversity and some ethno-botanical aspects have revealed the nature of floristic patterns, present flora of the protected areas and how the diversity is important for the viability of biota. The establishment of the Botanical Survey of India (BSI) and other such organization has given an impact to intensified surveys of natural wealth in different parts of the country.  Now the approach for conservation and protection has attracted the attention of Department of Environment to save our natural wealth. While trying to attempt to half devastation of natural wealth, it is absolutely essential that we also take stock of our plant wealth.

The Earth's carrying capacity is a central issue in ecological economics. Early economists such as Thomas Malthus pointed out the finite carrying capacity of the earth, which was also central to the MIT study Limits to Growth. Diminishing returns suggest that productivity increases will slow if major technological progress is not made. Food production may become a problem, as erosion, an impending water crisis, and soil salinity (from irrigation) reduce the productivity of agriculture. Ecological economists argue that industrial agriculture, which exacerbates these problems, is not sustainable agriculture, and are generally inclined favorably to organic farming, which also reduces the output of carbon Harris J. (2006).  Sustainable development is an ethical standpoint focusing on human well-being, i.e. it is anthropocentric, to use the philosophical vocabulary. An alternative ethical standpoint is eco-centrism, implying a nature-centred system of values (as opposed to human-centred). As can be seen from all the definitions and interpretations of the concept sustainable development presented here, it underlines the importance of functioning ecosystems, but it does so from an entirely human perspective, i.e. the reason why ecosystems should be cared for is that they deliver services that are necessary for human well-being. An ethical novelty in the concept sustainable development is the expressed concern for future generations, defining it as intergenerational anthropocentrism [Diamond, J. (2005), Goodland, R. (1995), Palme, U. and A.-M. Tillman (2009), Ponting, C. (2007)].


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Parmar, D. (2023). Carbon Sequestration By The Selected Tree Species In Mukundara National Park. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/ijrar19j1529

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Parmar, Dr.Preeti "Carbon Sequestration By The Selected Tree Species In Mukundara National Park" Afribary. Afribary, 12 Mar. 2023, https://afribary.com/works/ijrar19j1529. Accessed 17 Jul. 2024.

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Parmar, Dr.Preeti . "Carbon Sequestration By The Selected Tree Species In Mukundara National Park". Afribary, Afribary, 12 Mar. 2023. Web. 17 Jul. 2024. < https://afribary.com/works/ijrar19j1529 >.

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Parmar, Dr.Preeti . "Carbon Sequestration By The Selected Tree Species In Mukundara National Park" Afribary (2023). Accessed July 17, 2024. https://afribary.com/works/ijrar19j1529