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Volume : II, Issue : II, March - 2012


G.U.Todkari and B.D. Patil

DOI : 10.9780/22307850, Published By : Laxmi Book Publication

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Forests are the one of the important and oldest natural recourses utilized by man for various sources. Forests have both productive and protective function. But in the name development, 23 hectors of forest is being cut in every minute. The rate of deforestation is alarming. In India annual los of forest is 0.27 million hectors in 1995-97. Deforestation has become a matter of serious concern through out the developing countries of the world, which have large population to support. For present investigation Solapur District is selected. The total geographical area of Solapur District is14895 km². and among them 319km.² area is under forest.

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G.U.Todkari and B.D. Patil, (2012). DEFORESTATION IN SOLAPUR DISTRICT OF MAHARASHTRA. Indian Streams Research Journal, Vol. II, Issue. II, DOI : 10.9780/22307850,

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