Cryptic loss of India’s native forests
Puyravaud, Jean-Philippe, Davidar, Priya, and Laurance, William F. (2010) Cryptic loss of India’s native forests. Science, 329 (5987). p. 32.
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[Extract] India sustains some of the world's most imperiled forests, which encompass parts of three recognized biodiversity hotspots (1). How are these crucial forests faring? In 2009, the Forest Survey of India (FSI) announced ostensibly good news: Indian forests had expanded by nearly 5% over the preceding decade (2). Unfortunately, as scientists who have long studied Asian forests, we believe that this view is misleading.
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