Volume 56, No. 2
May 2015

Research Papers
S. K. Pati, M. V. Rao & M. Balaji Spatial and temporal changes in biofouling community structure at Visakhapatnam harbour, east coast of India

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Glenny López-Rodríguez, David Sotomayor-Ramírez; José A. Amador  & Eduardo C. Schröder – Contribution of nitrogen from litter and soil mineralization to shade and sun coffee (Coffea arabica L.) agroecosystems

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D. Mohandass, Priya Davidar, S. Somasundaram, Lalitha Vijayan & Kingsly Chuo Beng – Influence of disturbance regime on liana species composition, density and basal area in the tropical montane evergreen forests (sholas) of the Western Ghats, India

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Pervaiz A. Dar, Zafar A. Reshi & Manzoor A. Shah Roads act as corridors for the spread of alien plant species in the mountainous regions: A case study of Kashmir Valley, India

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S. S. Bargali, Kiran Shukla, Lalji Singh, Lekha Ghosh & M. L. Lakhera Leaf litter decomposition and nutrient dynamics in four tree species of dry deciduous forest

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Madhusudan P. Srinivasan, Saloni Bhatia & Kausalya Shenoy Vegetation-environment relationships in a South Asian tropical montane grassland ecosystem: restoration implications

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V. V. L. Padma Alekhya, G. S. Pujar, C. S. Jha & V. K. Dadhwal Simulation of vegetation dynamics in Himalaya using dynamic Global Vegetation Model

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Atul Arvind Joshi, Divya Mudappa & T. R. Shankar Raman – Invasive alien species in relation to edges and forest structure in tropical rainforest fragments of the Western Ghats

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Pinki Purkayastha & Susmita Gupta – Ecology of Monabeel, a floodplain ecosystem of Cachar, Assam with special reference to aquatic insect community

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Krishna Upadhaya, Namita Thapa & Saroj Kanta Barik – Tree diversity and biomass of tropical forests under two management regimes in Garo hills of north-eastern India

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Short Communication
Aliny Patricia Flauzino Pires – Plant species richness increases the spatial stability of litter mass in Brazilian Pantanal

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