Analysis of Biodiversity Elements

Inventory of Biodiversity Elements:

It is an accepted fact that the knowledge of the floristic and faunal composition of any place is an essential prerequisite for the study of various ecosystems and for preservation and conservation of natural resources. This necessitates a worker in the taxonomic field to assess and evaluate from time to time the biodiversity elements of the region. We have successfully completed an inventory for Tansa Wildlife Sanctuary and will soon be commencing inventories of similar type in Phansad Wildlife Sanctuary and Karnala Bird Sanctuary.

We carry out Inventories of Biodiversity elements that include plants, birds, animals and butterflies, inventories of a single component of biodiversity. We enter a MOU with the respective department. The MOU states mutually decided terms and conditions, the fee and timeline so that complete transparency is maintained.

Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis of Floristic Elements

Qualitative and quantitative analysis gives data about standing stock, RET species and medicinal plants. Such data can help identify areas that need special attention which in turn will help in better management. We carry out such analysis floristic elements along with pollinating agents i.e Birds, Insects and Animals. We will also devise plan for protection and in-situ conservation for RET species, as well as help in setting up of MPCAs. We are in the process of helping the FDCM in establishing two MPCAs at Shirsad and Mandavi

We enter a MOU with the respective department. The MOU states mutually decided terms and conditions, the fee and timeline so that complete transparency is maintained.

Activities under Qualitative and Quantitative analysis:

  1. Survey & Demarcation by laying grid of 100mtr x 100 mtr.
  2. Data Compilation and Documentation
  3. Report Development and Printing
  4. Development of a Field Manual
  5. Printing of Field Manual
  6. Digital Spatial Database Generation in GIS Domain
  7. Digital Spatial mapping of individual RET Species and other medicinal plants
  8. Developing Geo-locations Descriptive Database
  9. User-friendly Interface
  10. Web portal