State Forest Research Institute
Department of Environment & Forests
Government of Arunachal Pradesh


Publications

FOREST ZOOLOGY

RESEARCH PAPERS

  1. Borang Asham 1990. Studies on pests of Michelia champaca and their control-I Arunachal Forest news 8(1&2): 21-25.
  2. Borang, Asham 1991. Heteropsylla cubana Crawford (Homoptera : Psyllidae)- A new records of Psyllid pest of Leucaena leucocephala (Lam de Wit) for North East India from Arunachal Pradesh. Arunachal Forest News 9(2): 35-38.
  3. Borang, Asham and G.S. Thapliyal 1993. Natural Distribution and Ecological Status of Non-Human Primates in Arunachal Pradesh. Ind. For. 119 (10): 834-844.
  4. Borang, Asham 1995. Ecological status of Capped Langur (Presbytis pileatus Blyth, 1843) in Arunachal Pradesh. Arunachal Forest News 13 (1&2): 26-28.
  5. Borang, Asham (with Borah, M.M.) 1995. A contribution to ethnozoological studies in Arunachal Pradesh. Nat. Sem. On recent Res. In sci. and Tech. Karimganj. (Abstracts). pp. 49-50.
  6. Borang, Asham 1996. Studies on Certain Ethnozoological Aspects of Adi Tribes of Siang District, Arunachal Pradesh. pp. 390-392. In S.K. Jain (ed.) Ethnobiology in Human Welfare. Deep Publ., New Delhi.
  7. Borang, Asham 1996. Jhum Fallow and their Rehabilitation Strategies for Arunachal Pradesh. pp. 312-331. In S.P. Shukla and Nandeshwar Sharma (ed.) Sustainable Development Strategy (Indian Contex).Mittal Publications, New Delhi.
  8. Borang, Asham 1996. Important Insect pests of Forest Nurseries and Plantation in Arunachal Pradesh. Proc. IUFRO Symp. On Impact of Diseases and Insect Pests in Tropical Forests. pp 474- 479.
  9. Borang, Asham 1997. Shifting Cultivation among the Adi Tribes of Arunachal Pradesh. pp. 145-151. In K.C. Mahanta (ed.) People of the Himalayas: Ecology. Culture, Development and change Kamla-Raj, Delhi.
  10. Borang, Asham 1998. Indigenous Knowledge System: A Perspective for sustainable development of North-East India. pp. 213-218. In R.C. Sundriyal, Uma Shankar and T.C. Upreti (eds.) Prospectives for Planning and Development in North East India. (HIMVIKAS Occasional Publication No. 11). G.B. Pant Institute of Environment & Development, Almorah.
  11. Borang, Asham (with B.B. Bhatt & A.S. Captain) 1998. On the Occurrence of a Rare snake in Arunachal Pradesh (Research Note). Indian Forester 124 (2): 169171.
  12. Borang, Asham 1998. Jhum Cultivation among the Adis of Arunachal Pradesh and probable Strategies for Rehabilitation of Jhum Fallows. pp. 139-155. In M.C. Behra (ed.) Agricultural Modernisation in Eastern Himalayas. Commonwealth Publishers, New Delhi.
  13. Borang, Asham 1999. Indigenous People versus Biodiversity Conservation: A Perspective from North East India. In Sarthak Sengupta (ed.) People of North East India (In press).
  14. Borang, Asham 1999. Studies on Certain Ethnozoological Aspects of Adi tribe of Arunachal Pradesh. Ph. D Thesis, Gauhati university, Guwahati.
  15. Borang, Asham (with Aparajita Borkotoki) 2002. Indigenous people and alien culture in Arunachal Pradesh. In Sudriyal, R.C., Trilichan Singh & G.N. Sinha (eds.). Environmental Planning and Sustainable Development. HIMVIKAS occassional Publication No. 16: 537-548. G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment & Development, Kosi-Katarmal, Almorah, Uttaranchal, India.
  16. Borang, Asham 2001 (2004). Mammalian Fauna of Arunachal Pradesh (Checklist and Distribution in Protected Areas). Arunachal Forest News, Biodiversity Special Issue. 19 (1 & 2) :43-82.
  17. Borang, Asham &B.B. Bhatt 2001 (2004). Checklist of Reptils of Arunachal Pradesh (North east India) Arunachal Forest News: Special Biodiversity Issue. 19 (1& 2): 132-148
  18. Borang, Asham 2001 (2004). Traditional Biodiversity Conservation and Management System of Tribes in Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Forest News, Biodiversity Special Issue. 19 (1 & 2): 212-216.
  19. Borang, Asham 2002. Mammalian fauna and Tribal traditional biodiversity conservation and management system in Dihang Dibang Biosphere Reserves in North East India. Himalayan Biosphere Resrves. 4(1&2): 55-74.
  20. Borang, Asham 2003. Checklist of Reptilian fauna in Dihang Dibang Biosphere Reserve in North East India. Himalayan Biosphere Reserves. 5 (1&2): 61-68.
  21. Borang, Asham 2003. Checklist of Reptilian Fauna of Dihang-Dibang Biosphere Reserve. Himalayan Biosphere Resrves. 5 (1&2): 61-68.
  22. Asham Borang1, (with Bharat B. Bhatt, S. Bordoloi Chaudhury, A. Borkotoki and P.T. Bhutia) (Communicated & accepted). Checklist of the snakes of Arunachal Pradesh, North East India. J, Bombay nat. Hist. Soc
  23. Bhatt B.B. 2004, Present status of Ophidian fauna with habitat ecology of certain species of ophidians in Arunachal Pradesh. Ph.D. Thesis, Gauhati University.
  24. Bhatt, B.B. 2004, Snake fauna of Arunachal Pradesh. A F N , (Wild life Special) Vol-20, Pp 154.
  25. Ashok Captain and B.B.Bhatt 1997, Some snakes of Itanager area, Papum Pare district, Arunachal Pradesh. A F N . 15 (1&2), pp 12-14.
  26. Ashok Captain. 2001, First record of Amphiesma venningi, (Wall 1910) ( Serpents, Colubridae,Nactricinae) from India, with remark on its sub species (With 4 text figures).In research notes, Hamadryad, 26 (2):354-358. 2000, An interim checklist of snakes of Arunachal Pradesh. The RFNEI Newsletter, 3 : 10-13.
  27. David, P., A. Captain, B.B.Bhatt, 2002, On the occurance of Tremerasurus medoensis, Djao in Djao and Jing, 1977 (Serpents,Viperidae, Crotalinae) in India with a redescription of this species and notes on its biology. Hamadryad,26 (2001) (2):222-238.

RESEARCH REPORT

  1. Borang, A (with K. Hardasan, & Pratap Singh) 1999. Baseline Survey of Biodiversity in high priority biologically rich areas of Arunachal Pradesh. Final Technical Report submitted to WWF-India, New Delhi.
  2. Borang, Asham 2002. Studies on Certain Ethnozoological Aspects in East Siang and West Siang districts of Arunachal Pradesh. Final Technical Report-2002 submitted to G.B. Pant Institute of Himalayan Environment & Development, Almorah.
  3. Borang, Asham 2004. Birds of Arunachal Pradesh in North East India: The Checklist and Distribution in Protected Areas (Wildlife Information System) Unpublished Report. Forest Zoology Division, State Forest Research Institute, Itanagar.
  4. Borang, Asham 2004. Management Effectiveness Assessment of Protected Areas in Arunachal Pradesh. Technical Report submitted to WWF-India, New Delhi

 

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