Your question: What are the challenges faced by Nagaland in ecological restoration?

What are some of the challenges of restoration ecology?

Some of the more important and real challenges that interfere with accomplishing the desired outcomes of restorations are these: 1) that natural systems are constantly changing; 2) that humans have an imperfect understanding of natural systems; 3) the lack of available information about earlier successes and failures; …

What are some key factors in ecological restoration?

Restored ecosystem should have the following attributes: (1) similar diversity and community structure in comparison with reference sites; (2) presence of indigenous species; (3) presence of functional groups necessary for long-term stability; (4) capacity of the physical environment to sustain reproducing populations; …

How is biodiversity conserved in Nagaland?

Nagaland has 407 documented Community Conserved Areas (CCAs) out of which 343 Nos of CCAs, which constitute 84.3% are self initiated and 62 Nos of CCAs (15.2%) are being initiated by Forest Department.


Name of District Total
Self-initiated 343
CCA initiated by 62
Total No. of CCA 407

What are the five principles of ecological restoration?

Ecological restoration, when implemented effectively and sustainably, contributes to protecting biodiversity; improving human health and wellbeing; increasing food and water security; delivering goods, services, and economic prosperity; and supporting climate change mitigation, resilience, and adaptation.

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How degraded habitats may be restored?

Habitat restoration is accomplished through management, protection, and reestablishment of plants by returning abiotic factors (e.g., soil chemistry, water content, disturbance) and biotic factors (e.g., species composition, interactions among species) to historical levels.

What can be done to restore an ecosystem?

Bringing degraded ecosystems back to life – for example by planting trees, cleaning up riverbanks, or simply giving nature space to recover – increases their benefits to society and biodiversity. Without reviving ecosystems, we cannot achieve the Sustainable Development Goals or the Paris Climate Agreement.

What is biodiversity of Nagaland?

Nagaland is home to approximately 2,431 plant species belonging to 963 genera and 186 families, half of which is believed to have medicinal and other economic values.

Why does Nagaland have such a wide range of vegetation?

This is due to the excellent plant growth conditions of soil, water and temperature prevalent in the area. The topography and the geography of an area always have a tremendous influence on the vegetation of any area. The Naga Country lies in the temperate zone and is mountainous.