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Missing the grass for the trees in Western Ghats

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Timber manors, growing farming and the spread of obtrusive species have eaten into as much as 66% of regular fields in the Palani Hill scope of Western Ghats, demonstrates an as of late distributed study.Researchers from Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment (ATREE) in Bengaluru worked together with a group from IISER in Tirupati, Botanical Survey of India, Vattakanal Conservation Trust and Gandhigram Rural Institute utilized satellite symbolism to arrange changes in the sloping scene over almost 530 sq.km. of the range which is prominent for the hillstation, Kodaikanal.

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