we are pleased to inform you about our new publication Plant Diversity in the Himalaya Hotspot Region   Edited by Prof. Abhaya Prasad Das and Prof. Subir Bera
Volume 1 Pages : xii 425, ISBN : 978-81-211-0948-8 , Year : 2018, Binding : Hard Bound, Size : Royal 8vo, Price: Rs 4750.00 US $ 85.00, British Pound £ 75.00, Euro 80.00
Volume 2 Pages : xiv 427-998, ISBN : 978-81-211-0985-7 , Year : 2018, Binding : Hard Bound, Size : Royal 8vo Price: Rs 4750.00 US $ 85.00, British Pound £ 75.00, Euro 80.00
We are also giving below a brief write up of the book for your information:

About the Book:

The book entitled Plant Diversity in the Himalaya Hotspot Region, edited by two eminent teachers of Plant Science, Prof. Abhaya Prasad Das and Prof. Subir Bera, is an attempt to review the works on flora and vegetation all along the Himalaya Hotspot region and extending to the North-east India. Apart from major categories of Plant Kingdom (algae, bryophytes, pteridophytes, gymnosperms and angiosperms) and microbial groups like bacteria and fungi were also included in the volume.

Article in this 2-volume book has been presented under eleven sections: I. Overview (1-article); II. Flora: Extant (11-articles); III. Flora: Extinct (3-articles); IV. Vegetation Structure: Through Remote Sensing (3-articles); V. Vegetation Structure: Migration (2-articles); VI. Vegetation Structure: Functional Attributes (5-articles); VII. Climate Change vis-à-vis Vegetation (4-articles); VIII. Systematics (2-articles): IX. Traditional Uses (3-articles); X. Ethnopharmacology (2-articles); and XI. Conservation Activities (7-articles). In total there are 43 articles in the book.

All these articles are written by eminent and senior scientists from India and other countries like Nepal, Bhutan, Pakistan, USA and Sweden. These articles covered the subjects in depth and in detail, which is possible only by the senior workers. 
Contents:

Volume I
Section I. OVERVIEW: Himalayan Plant Diversity
1. Plant Diversity in Indian Himalayan Regions: An Overview  (P. Singh & S. S. Dash)
Section II. FLORA: Extant
2. Conspectus of Algal diversity in Sikkim (Jai Prakash Keshri & Debjyoti Das)
3. Liverwort and Hornwort diversity in Indian Himalayan region (D. K. Singh)
4. Fungal diversity with special reference to wood decaying fungi  in India: status, conservation and prospects (Manoj Kumar, N. S. K. Harsh & Rajendra Prasad)
5. Diversity of Gymnosperms in the Himalayan region: analyzing its cascading affluences, representativeness and life supporting values (Shweta Singh, Durgesh Kumar Tripathi & Devendra Kumar Chauhan)
6. Gymnosperms diversity of the Himalaya Biodiversity Hotspot (Rita Singh, Jayita Biswas & Sunita Bisht)
7. Notes on the alpine flora of Arunachal Pradesh, including several species new to India (Pankaj Bharali, A. K. Das & Magnus Lidén)
8. Notes on Corydalis DC. (Papaveraceae) in Eastern Himalaya with one species new to India (Magnus Lidén)
9. The Genus Rhododendron L. (Ericaceae) in North-East India (Ashiho Asosii Mao)
10. The genus Anaphalis DC. (Asteraceae: Gnaphalieae) in Nepal Himalaya (Sheetal Vaidya, Lokesh  R. Shakya & Arun K. Pandey)
11. Orchid diversity and their conservation in Nepal: an overview (Lokesh R. Shakya)
12. The genus Acer L. (Sapindaceae) in Darjiling-Sikkim Himalayas (Dorjay Lama, Saurav Moktan, A. P. Das)
Section III. FLORA: Extinct
13. Past vegetation from the Central Himalaya (Khum N. Paudayal)
14. Neogene flora of Arunachal Himalay (R.C. Merhotra & Gaurav Srivastava)
15. Lower Gondwana palaeofloristics in Eastern Himalaya – a review (Ashalata D’Rozario & Subir Bera)
Section IV. VEGETATION STRUCTURE: Through Remote Sensing
16. Vegetation response to climate change in Himalayan hill ranges: a remote sensing perspective (Reshma M. Ramachandran & P. S. Roy)
17. Landscape level plant diversity characterization in Indian Himalayan region (Arijit Roy & S. P. S. Kushwaha)
18. Forest change monitoring and biodiversity characterization using remote sensing in the Indian Himalaya (Gaurav Srivastava, C. Sudhakar Reddy & C. S. Jha)

Volume II
Section V. VEGETATION STRUCTURE : Migration
19. Indian Datura (Solanaceae), Elaeocarpus (Elaeocarpaceae), and Hindu God Nataraja (Kanchi N. Gandhi)
20. Diversity and distribution of alien flora in the Indian Himalayan region (Anzar A. Khuroo, Rameez Ahmad, Gousia Mehraj, Irfan Rashid, Akhtar H. Malik & G. H. Dar)
Section VI. VEGETATION STRUCTURE : Functional attributes
21. Diversity and functional attributes of plant associated microbiota from the Himalaya Hotspot region (Rituparna Das & A. K. Paul)
22. Biodiversity characteristics of the Western Himalaya (Anil Sood, Alpy Sharma & Sanjay Kr. Uniyal)
23. Centers of plant diversity in Uttarakhand, India (Priyanka Agnihotri, Veena Dixit & Tariq Husain)
24. Plant diversity in the Biodiversity Hotspot of Indian Eastern Himalaya and its conservation (P. Lakshminarasimhan & T. K. Paul)
25. Forest type classification of Tripura in Northeast India: an overview on historical aspects and present ecological approaches (Koushik Majumdar & B. K. Datta)
Section VII: CLIMATE CHANGES VIS-À-VIS VEGETATION
26. Scenario of tree ring study of the Himalayas – present status and future outlook (Amalava Bhattacharyya & Mayank Shekhar)
27. Tree ring signatures of pluvial Little Ice Age Period in the cold-arid region of Himachal Pradesh, Western Himalaya, India (Akhilesh K. Yadava, Jayendra Singh, & Ram R. Yadav)
28. Ecological vulnerability to climate change in the mountains: a case study from the Eastern Himalaya (Nakul Chettri, Karma Tsering, Arun Shrestha & Eklabya Sharma)
29. Impact of climate change on the endemic flora of Manipur, India (P. K. Singh & M. H. Devi)
Section VIII: SYSTEMATICS
30. Studies on the morpho-anatomy of some species of Lepisorus (J. Sm.) Ching of South Sikkim (Gautam Ganguly & Radhanath Mukhopadhyay)
31. Role of secondary metabolites in plant systematics: an overview (Usha Chakraborty & Nishika Jaishee)
Section IX. TRADITIONAL USES
32. Ethnobotanical studies on trees of the Lesser Himalayan region in Pakistan (Ghulam Mujtaba Shah, Arshad Mahmood Abbasi, Manzoor Hussain & Humaira Saeed)
33. Tea cultivation in the Indian Himalayan region (Sayed Edward Kabir & Chandra Ghosh)
34. Wild edible plants of Kedarnath Wildlife Sanctuary, Uttarakhand, India (Veena Chandra)
Section X. ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY
35. Traditional knowledge for ethnomedicine, bioprospecting and ethnopharmacology in 21st century (P. Pushpangadan, T.P. Ijinu & Vipin Mohan Dan) 
36. Essential oils and aroma components of Cinnamomum species used as Cinnamon spice in North-East India (Subhan C. Nath, Shabana Hassan & Himangshu Lekhak)
Section XI. CONSERVATION ACTIVITIES
37. Orchid diversity of North-East India – classification, analysis and conservation issues (A. Nageswara Rao)
38. Ex situ approaches to conservation of Himalayan Biodiversity with particular reference to medicinal plants (L.M.S. Palni, A. Lal & M. Pant)
39. Status and strategies for conservation of threatened plants in North-Eastern India (S. K. Barik, P. P. Singh, D. Adhikari & R. Tiwary)
40. Ecology and conservation of Pteridophytes – why and how? (S. P. Khullar)
41. Conservation of Orchids of Northeast India: in situ and ex situ (S. N. Hegde)
42. Curious and unique plants from Northeast India: strong cases for conservation and further research (K. Haridasan)
43. Floristic diversity of Northeast India and its conservation Initiatives (P. Saikia & M. L. Khan)

Considering the geographical area and subject coverage, these two volumes are must for all plant science laboratories, libraries and to persons or institutes interested in the Himalayas in India or in any other country.

We hope that you would be interested in the book; 
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Fwd: New Book: Contents : Attachments (2)-  APDas_Floristic Diversity Himalaya-I_ Pp 1-6.pdf & APDas_Floristic Diversity Himalaya-II_ Pp 1-7.pdf

I am attaching the CONTENTS pages of the TWO VOLUMES of our new book FLORISTIC DIVERSITY IN THE HIMALAYA HOTSPOT REGION [Eds. A.P. Das & Subir Bera] for your perusal.

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