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Bamboo livelihood development planning, monitoring and analysis through GIS and remote sensing

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The North-Eastern region of India is endowed with rich bio-diversity. The total forest cover in the region is around 60% of the total geographical area. Bamboo accounts for approximately 7% percent of the total forest cover of the region [1]. Due to its inherent qualities and abundance in the region, it has become a part of the life of local communities. For sustainable micro-level development, scientific planning of bamboo resource is required. GIS and remote sensing are effectively used for bamboo resource management and planning in parts of two states of the region, i.e. Manipur and Tripura.


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