Best Reference Books – Forest Botany and Ethnobotany

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Forest Botany and Ethnobotany subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Forest Botany and Ethnobotany along with reviews.

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1. “Forest Botany and Ethnobotany” by Patel Suresh and Desai Prashantkumar

“Forest Botany and Ethnobotany” Book Review: This book is designed for students of B.Tech/ M.Tech pursuing biotechnology and forestry departments. Professional workers can also use this book. Teachers teaching this portion can also use this book. Activists can also use this book. Botanical students can also use this book. This book explains that the NGR is rich in floristic diversity and traditional knowledge. It also explains about the vegetation of the area pertaining to the dry deciduous forest types found in the Indian subcontinent. This book also explains about the preparation of flora and documentation of Ethnobotanical data of the area.

2. “Rainforest Medicine: Preserving Indigenous Science and Biodiversity in the Upper Amazon” by Daniel Pinchbeck and Jonathon Miller Weisberger

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“Rainforest Medicine: Preserving Indigenous Science and Biodiversity in the Upper Amazon” Book Review: This book is designed for students of B.Tech/ M.Tech pursuing biotechnology and forestry departments. Professional workers can also use this book. Teachers teaching this portion can also use this book. Activists can also use this book. Botanical students can also use this book. This book features in-depth essays on plant-based medicine and indigenous science from four distinct Amazonian societies: deep forest and urban, lowland rainforest and mountain. This book aims to preserve both the record and ongoing reality of ayahuasca’s unique tradition and, of course, the priceless forest that gave birth to these sacred vines.

3. “Medicinal Resources of the Tropical Forest – Biodiversity and Its Importance to Human Health (Biology and Resource Management Series)” by Michael Balick and Sarah Laird

“Medicinal Resources of the Tropical Forest – Biodiversity and Its Importance to Human Health (Biology and Resource Management Series)” Book Review: This book is designed for students of B.Tech/ M.Tech pursuing biotechnology and forestry departments. Professional workers can also use this book. Teachers teaching this portion can also use this book. Activists can also use this book. Botanical students can also use this book. This text aims to open readers’ eyes to the enormous resources of the Earth’s rainforests and the potential impact of their destruction in terms of human health, as well as the modern-day usefulness of traditional herbal remedies.

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4. “Forest Engineering Without Tears” by N J Masani

“Forest Engineering Without Tears” Book Review: This book is designed for students of B.Tech/ M.Tech pursuing biotechnology and forestry departments. Professional workers can also use this book. Teachers teaching this portion can also use this book. Activists can also use this book. Botanical students can also use this book. This book explains about the traditional human legacy of sustainable utilization of this rich ecosystem is also being buried under modern realities. It describes how terrestrial ecosystems are clearly influencing the concentration of GHGs in the atmosphere. Greenhouse gases are constantly entering and leaving the atmosphere. Questions of forest rights, responsibilities, regulatory structures, transparency and accountability have increasingly become central to the discourse and are also included in this book.

5. “Forests to Climate Change Mitigation: Clean Development Mechanism in Bangladesh (Environmental Science and Engineering)” by imusti

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“Forests to Climate Change Mitigation: Clean Development Mechanism in Bangladesh (Environmental Science and Engineering)” Book Review: This book is designed for students of B.Tech/ M.Tech pursuing biotechnology and forestry departments. Professional workers can also use this book. Teachers teaching this portion can also use this book. Activists can also use this book. Botanical students can also use this book. This text aims to open readers’ eyes to the enormous resources of the Earth’s rainforests and the potential impact of their destruction in terms of human health, as well as the modern-day usefulness of traditional herbal remedies. It explains how forestry activities have been considered important in the arena of climate change as they act both as a sink and sources of carbon. It also explains how The technology dominated economy was mostly dependent on energy produced from fossil fuel, which still holds true today.

6. “Democratizing Forest Governance in India” by Sharachchandra Lele and Ajit Menon

“Democratizing Forest Governance in India” Book Review: This book is designed for students of B.Tech/ M.Tech pursuing biotechnology and forestry departments. Professional workers can also use this book. Teachers teaching this portion can also use this book. Activists can also use this book. Botanical students can also use this book. Law students also can use this book. This book highlights this shift in the discourse and analyses the complex issues involved in bringing about democratic governance of forests in India. Forests for local management, forests for wildlife conservation, conversion to non-forest purposes and the wider socio-economic context are detaily explained in this book. It also explains how it poses challenges to the idea of democratic governance at the end of this book.

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