Saroj Kanta Barik
Saroj Kanta Barik
North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong and CSIR-National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow
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Quantitative ethnobotany
M Höft, SK Barik, AM Lykke
Applications of multivariate and statistical analyses in ethnobotany. People …, 1999
Community composition and tree population structure in a sub-tropical broad-leaved forest along a disturbance gradient
P Rao, SK Barik, HN Pandey, RS Tripathi
Vegetatio 88 (2), 151-162, 1990
Habitat distribution modelling for reintroduction of Ilex khasiana Purk., a critically endangered tree species of northeastern India
D Adhikari, SK Barik, K Upadhaya
Ecological Engineering 40, 37-43, 2012
Distribution pattern of aboveground biomass in natural and plantation forests of humid tropics in northeast India
R Baishya, SK Barik, K Upadhaya
Tropical ecology 50 (2), 295, 2009
Biodiversity value, status, and strategies for conservation of sacred groves of Meghalaya, India
BK Tiwari, SK Barik, RS Tripathi
Ecosystem Health 4 (1), 20-32, 1998
Microenvironmental variability and species diversity in treefall gaps in a sub-tropical broadleaved forest
SK Barik, HN Pandey, RS Tripathi, P Rao
Vegetatio 103 (1), 31-40, 1992
Tree regeneration in a subtropical humid forest: effect of cultural disturbance on seed production, dispersal and germination
SK Barik, RS Tripathi, HN Pandey, P Rao
Journal of Applied Ecology 33, 1551-1560, 1996
Sacred forests of Meghalaya: Biological and cultural diversity
BK Tiwari, RS Tripathi, SK Barik
Modelling hotspots for invasive alien plants in India
D Adhikari, R Tiwary, SK Barik
PloS one 10 (7), e0134665, 2015
Estimation of tree biomass, carbon pool and net primary production of an old-growth Pinus kesiya Royle ex. Gordon forest in north-eastern India
R Baishya, SK Barik
Annals of forest science 68 (4), 727-736, 2011
Shifting cultivation in north east India
RS Tripathi, SK Barik
Approaches for Increasing Agricultural Productivity in Hill and Mountain …, 2003
Changes in microbial biomass and activity in relation to shifting cultivation and horticultural practices in subtropical evergreen forest ecosystem of north-east India
V Ralte, HN Pandey, SK Barik, RS Tripathi, SD Prabhu
Acta Oecologica 28 (2), 163-172, 2005
Modelling the ecology and distribution of highly pathogenic avian influenza (H5N1) in the Indian subcontinent
D Adhikari, A Chettri, SK Barik
Current Science, 73-78, 2009
Tree seed germination and seedling establishment in treefall gaps and understorey in a subtropical forest of northeast India
P Rao, SK Barik, HN Pandey, RS Tripathi
Australian Journal of Ecology 22 (2), 136-145, 1997
Predicting the geographical distribution of an invasive species (Chromolaena odorata L.(King) & HE Robins) in the Indian subcontinent under climate change scenarios.
SK Barik, D Adhikari
Invasive alien plants: an ecological appraisal for the Indian subcontinent …, 2012
Dynamics of tree seedling populations in a humid subtropical forest of northeast India as related to disturbance
SK Barik, P Rao, RS Tripathi, HN Pandey
Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 1996
Application of four novel fungal strains to remove arsenic from contaminated water in batch and column modes
V Jaiswal, S Saxena, I Kaur, P Dubey, S Nand, M Naseem, SB Singh, ...
Journal of hazardous materials 356, 98-107, 2018
Selection of Bradyrhizobium or Ensifer symbionts by the native Indian caesalpinioid legume Chamaecrista pumila depends on soil pH and other edaphic and …
S Rathi, N Tak, G Bissa, B Chouhan, A Ojha, D Adhikari, SK Barik, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 94 (11), fiy180, 2018
Tree species distribution and its impact on soil properties, and nitrogen and phosphorus mineralization in a humid subtropical forest ecosystem of northeastern India
J Kamei, HN Pandey, SK Barik
Canadian journal of forest research 39 (1), 36-47, 2009
Tree diversity and biomass of tropical forests under two management regimes in Garo hills of north-eastern India
K Upadhaya, N Thapa, SK Barik
Tropical Ecology 56 (2), 257-268, 2015
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