||Lichen Community Composition in Tawang District of Arunachal Pradesh, Tool for Long-Term Climate Change Monitoring
||The lichen diversity in Tawang district of Arunachal
Pradesh, India was studied in order to access the
long-term effect of climate change in alpine...
||Rajesh Bajpai, Vertika Shukla, C. P. Singh, O. P. Tripathi, S. Nayaka, D. K. Upreti
Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., India (PNASI), Sect. B Biol. Sci. DOI 10.1007/s40011-016-0830-z
||Suitability of lichens to monitor climate change
||The lichens are one of the most sensitive organism in nature among the different elements of
biodiversity and can be affected more due to climate ch...
||Rajesh Bajpai, Manoj Semwal, C. P. Singh
Cryptogam Biodiversity and Assessment, Special Volume (2018), e-ISSN :2456-0251, 182-189
||Improving bioclimatic envelop modeling for Lichens through remote sensing based substratum correction: A study over Indian Himalaya
||In alpine Himalaya, the niche map of lichens and its characteristics is a gap area. A novel
approach of improving the bioclimatic envelop through us...
||C.P. Singh, R. Bajpai, R.P. Singh, D.K. Upreti
Cryptogam Biodiversity and Assessment, 1(2), e-ISSN :2456-0251, 01-19