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Research Journal of Forestry
  Year: 2010 | Volume: 4 | Issue: 2 | Page No.: 72-76
DOI: 10.3923/rjf.2010.72.76
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Kachchh Biosphere Reserve: Rann and Biodiversity

M. Pardeshi, N. Gajera and P.N. Joshi

Rann is largest saline and marshy tracts in the entire world usually have low rain fall and sparse vegetation. However, it forms its own unique ecosystem which supports unique biodiversity of flora and fauna. Similarly, Kachchh Biosphere Reserve (KBR) is mainly composed of two major ecosystems called Great Rann of Kachchh (GRK) and Little Rann of Kachchh (LRK) covering area of 12,454 km2, the reserve mainly it covers Kachchh Desert Sanctuary (in GRK) and Wild Ass Sanctuary (in LRK). A reserve also covers part of finest grassland of Asia called “Banni”. No many researches are available about the scientific information of KBR.
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M. Pardeshi, N. Gajera and P.N. Joshi, 2010. Kachchh Biosphere Reserve: Rann and Biodiversity. Research Journal of Forestry, 4: 72-76.

DOI: 10.3923/rjf.2010.72.76






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