State Centre on Climate Change
under aegis of the State Council for Science Technology & Environment
Himachal Pradesh


To understand climate change and its impact on the Himalayan Eco-System by developing and implementing mountain spicific adaptation plans based on vulnerability,risk scenario and by enhancing capacity of all stake holders to combat the threat of climate change.
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Biodiversity (Floral)
S.No. Title
1. A rapid inventory of indicators of climate change in the middle Himalaya
2. Assessment of floristic diversity in Pooh valley of cold deserts of District Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh
3. Assessment Of Plant Diversity And Prioritization Of Communities For Conservation In Mornaula Reserve Forest
4. Changes in species composition in alpine snowbeds with climate change inferred from small-scale spatial patterns
5. Climate Change in the Himalayas Current State of Knowledge
6. Climate change, biodiversity and livelihoods in Indian Himalaya
7. Climate-Induced Elevational Range Shifts and Increase inPlant Species Richness in a Himalayan Biodiversity Epicentre
8. Community Structure along Timberline Ecotone in Relation to Micro-topography and Disturbances in Western Himalaya
9. Conservation of Floral Biodiversity of Himalayan Mountain Regions with Special Reference to Orchids
10. Conservation Prioritization Of Habitats And Forest Communities In The Lahaul Valley Of Proposed Cold Desert Biosphere Reserve, North Western Himalaya, India
11. Diversity and Regeneration Status of Tree Species in Khokhan Wildlife Sanctuary, North-Western Himalaya
12. Diversity, Distribution, Indigenous Uses and Conservation of the Medicinal Plants of Indian Himalayan Region Used in Cancer
13. Diversity, indigenous uses and conservation prioritization of medicinal plants in Lahaul valley, proposed Cold Desert Biosphere Reserve, India
14. Diversity, Utilization Pattern and Indigenous Uses of Plants In and Around A Cement Factory in Bilaspur District of Himachal Pradesh, North-Western Himalaya.
15. Dwindling Status of Trillium Govanianum Wall. Ex D. Don - A Case Study from Kullu District ff Himachal Pradesh, India.
16. Dynamics of Abies spectabilis in Relation to Climate Change at the Treeline Ecotone in Langtang National Park
17. Dynamics of plant bioresources in Western Himalayan region of India – watershed based study
18. Dynamics of plant bioresources in Western
19. Enhancement of Pea Production Using Leaf Extract of Withania Somnifera L. Under Tropical Field Conditions of Kullu, North-Western Himalaya, India.
20. Ethnobotanical and Ethnomedicinal Uses of Floristic Diversity in Murari Devi and Surrounding Areas of Mandi District in Himachal Pradesh, India.
21. Ethno-Medicinal Uses and Agro-Biodiversity of Barmana Region In Bilaspur District of Himachal Pradesh.
22. Evaluation of Antioxidant Activities of Withania somnifera Leaves Growing in Natural Habitats of North-West Himalaya, India.
23. Extraction, Utilization Pattern and Prioritization of Fuel Resources for Conservation in Manali Wildlife Sanctuary, Northwestern Himalaya
24. Flowering range changes across an elevation gradient in response to warming summer temperatures
25. Folk Herbal Remedies For Skin Care in Kumaun Himalaya
26. Forest vegetation responses to climate and environmental change A case study from Changbai Mountain, NE China
27. Genetic resources, current ecological status and altitude wise distribution of medicinal plants diversity of Darjeeling Himalaya of West Bengal, India
28. Geospatial modelling techniques for rapid assessment of phytodiversity at landscape level in western Himalayas, Himachal Pradesh
29. Human Ecological Implications of Climate Change in the Himalaya Pilot Studies of adaptation in Agroecosystems within two villages from Middle Hills and Tarai, Nepal
30. Indigenous Techniques of Product Development and Economic Potential of Seabuckthorn A Case Study of Cold Desert Region of Himachal Pradesh, India
31. Mass Foliar Damage at Subalpine-Timberline Ecotone in Western Himalaya Due to Extreme Climatic Events
32. Medicinal Plants in Himachal Pradesh, North Western Himalaya, India
33. Medicinal Uses of Plants in and around A Cement Factory in Bilaspur District of Himachal Pradesh, North Western Himalaya.
34. Plant Communities and Factors Responsible for Vegetation Pattern in an alpine area of the Northwestern Himalaya
35. Population Biology of Lilium polyphyllum D. Don Ex Royle—A Critically Endangered Medicinal Plant in a protected area of Northwestern Himalaya
36. Prioritization of habitats and communities for conservation in the Indian Himalayan Region a state-of-the-art approach from Manali Wildlife Sanctuary
37. Recent increases in species richness and shifts in altitudinal distributions of Norwegian mountain plants
38. Recurrent Somatic Embryogenesis and Plant Regeneration in Angelica Glauca Edgew., A Critically Endangered Medicinal Plant of the Western Himalaya
39. Regeneration of Treeline Birch (Betula utilis D. Don) Forest in a Trans-Himalayan Dry Valley in Central Nepal
40. Shift in distributional range of plants due to climate change
41. Species shifts in response to climate change Individual or shared responses
42. Study on Medicinal Phytodiversity of Janjehli, Rohanda and adjoining Areas, Himachal Pradesh, North Western Himalayas
43. The changing Himalayas – Impact of climate change on water resources and livelihoods in the Greater Himalayas
44. The Melting Himalayas Cascading Effects of Climate Change on Water, Biodiversity, and Livelihoods
45. Threat Categorisation and Conservation Prioritisation of Floristic Diversity in the Indian Himalayan Region A state of art approach from Manali Wildlife Sanctuary
46. Timberline meadows along a 1000-km transect in NW North America species diversity and community patterns
47. Traditional and Indigenous Uses of Medicinal Plants by Local Residents in Himachal Pradesh, North Western Himalaya, India.
48. Upward shift of Himalayan pine in Western Himalaya, India
49. Vegetation change a reunifying concept in plant ecology
50. Vegetation Dynamics In The Western Himalayas, Diversity Indices and Climate Change
51. Wild Edibles of Murari Devi and Surrounding Areas in Mandi District of Himachal Pradesh, India.
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