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| Last Updated:: 23/02/2017

Maps of Protected Areas in India

 

   Maps of Protected Areas in India

 1.

Andaman Nicobar Islands

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2.

Andhra Pradesh

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3.

Arunachal Pradesh

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4.

Assam

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5.

Bihar

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6.

Chandigarh

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7.

Chhattisgarh

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8.

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

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9.

Daman & Diu

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10.

Delhi

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11.

Goa

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12.

Gujarat

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13.

Haryana

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14.

Himachal Pradesh

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15.

Jammu & Kashmir

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16.

Jharkhand

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17.

Karnataka

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18.

Kerala

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19.

Lakshadweep

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20.

Madhya Pradesh

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21.

Maharashtra

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22.

Manipur

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23.

Meghalaya

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24.

Mizoram

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25.

Nagaland

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26.

Orissa

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27.

Puducherry

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28.

Punjab

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29.

Rajasthan

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30.

Sikkim

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31.

Tamil Nadu

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32.

Tripura

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33.

Uttar Pradesh

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34.

Uttarakhand

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35.

West Bengal

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Protected Areas Point Location in Bhuvan Portal (more...)

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 India

 

  • Distribution of Forest Cover in India click for map
    (Source:Forest Survey of India website)

 Biogeograpical clASSIFICATION

 

The WII Classification uses four levels of planning unit. These are:

 

» The Biogeographic Zone

Large distinctive units of similar ecology, biozone representation, community and species e.g. The Himalaya, The Western Ghats.

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» The biotic Province

 

Secondary units within a zone, giving weight to particular communities separated by dispersal barriers or gradual change in environmental factors e.g. North West and West Himalaya either side of the Sutlej River.

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» The Land Region

 

A tertiary set of units within a province, indicating different land forms, e.g. Aravalli Mountains ad Malwa Plateau in Gujarat-Rajwara Province.

 

» The Biome

 

This is an ecological unit, not a biogeographic unit. A biome such as swamp/wetland or temperate broad leaved forest could be found in several biogeographic zones or provices