Wild life habitat suitability and conservation hotspot mapping
What is it about?
The study of wildlife habitat suitability mapping in Saranda forest division reveals 42% of the grid equal to 1898 has very high suitability for wild life. The conservation hotspot reserve grid based on contiguous patch was identified within the very high wildlife suitability habitat was found to be 925 (49%).
Why is it important?
Saranda forest being a wildlife habitat for several faunas, it is the paradise especially for elephants, but in the past few years natural and anthropogenic disturbances has altered the wildlife habitat.
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