Sone Beel Wetland in Asia Amidst Global Scenario

Devashish Kar


Wetlands play an undebatable role in regulating the global climate, hydrological cycle and ecosystem diversity; and, therefore, must be preserved and conserved. Conversely, global wetland area and water quality has since been declining (c 87% around the globe since 1700 AD), mainly due to human interference accompanied by natural succession process. Under this backdrop, physical, chemical, biological and ichthyologic features and fisher folk (following standard procedures of study) of the Asian wetland Sone Beel has been focused as a typical case study in the global scenario. Threats to the to Ramsar sites along with their categorization has also been discussed on a global scenario.

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