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Kathmandu, Nepal: Department of National Parks & Wild Life Conservation / Franklin, WV: Woodlands Mountain Institute Mount Everest Ecosystem, 1990.. 1990.. Very good. - Small quarto [10-1/4 inches high by 8 inches wide], softcover bound in printed white wraps with a color illustration on the front wrap. The wraps are very slightly bumped & chipped with a small, light stain to the front wrap. viii & 85 pages. Illustrated with charts & with maps in green, black & white. Very good.
A plan to manage and conserve the Barun valley, one of seven valleys radiating from Mount Makalu in the Eastern Himalayas, the world's fifth highest peak. The valleys, particularly the Barun valley, contain some of the last remaining pristine forests and Alpine meadows of Nepal.
Title: THE MAKALU-BARUN NATIONAL PARK AND CONSERVATION AREA / Management Plan. Submitted by the Task Force for the Makalu-Barun Conservation Project
Publisher: Kathmandu, Nepal: Department of National Parks & Wild Life Conservation / Franklin, WV: Woodlands Mountain Institute Mount E: 1990.
Book Condition: Very good
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 15250
Keywords: HIMALAYAS; NEPAL; ECOLOGY; CONSERVATION; THE MAKALU-BARUN NATIONAL PARK AND CONSERVATION AREA; MANAGEMENT PLAN; NEPAL DEPARTME4NT OF NATIONAL PARKS & WILDLIFE CONSERVATION; WOODLANDS MOUNTAIN INSTITUTE; MOUNT EVEREST ECOSYSTEM CONSERVATION PROGRAM; MO