Om Prakash Tripathi
Om Prakash Tripathi
Professor & Head, Department of Environmental Science, Mizoram University, Aizawl, Mizoram
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Effects of anthropogenic disturbance on plant diversity and community structure of a sacred grove in Meghalaya, northeast India
BP Mishra, OP Tripathi, RS Tripathi, HN Pandey
Biodiversity & Conservation 13, 421-436, 2004
Development of decadal (1985–1995–2005) land use and land cover database for India
PS Roy, A Roy, PK Joshi, MP Kale, VK Srivastava, SK Srivastava, ...
Remote sensing 7 (3), 2401-2430, 2015
New vegetation type map of India prepared using satellite remote sensing: Comparison with global vegetation maps and utilities
PS Roy, MD Behera, MSR Murthy, A Roy, S Singh, SPS Kushwaha, ...
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 39 …, 2015
Community characteristics of a climax subtropical humid forest of Meghalaya and population structure of ten important tree species
BP Mishra, OP Tripathi, RC Laloo
Tropical Ecology 46 (2), 241-252, 2005
Remote sensing based deforestation analysis in Mahanadi and Brahmaputra river basin in India since 1985
MD Behera, P Tripathi, P Das, SK Srivastava, PS Roy, C Joshi, ...
Journal of Environmental Management 206, 1192-1203, 2018
Plant diversity patterns and conservation status of eastern Himalayan forests in Arunachal Pradesh, Northeast India
P Saikia, J Deka, S Bharali, A Kumar, OP Tripathi, LB Singha, ...
Forest Ecosystems 4, 1-12, 2017
Litter production, decomposition and physico-chemical properties of soil in 3 developed agroforestry systems of Meghalaya, Northeast India
OP Tripathi, HN Pandey, RS Tripathi
African Journal of Plant Science 3 (8), 160-167, 2009
Urban growth trend analysis using Shannon Entropy approach-A case study in North-East India
J Deka, OP Tripathi, ML Khan
International Journal of Geomatics and Geosciences 2 (4), 1062-1068, 2011
Effect of disturbance on the regeneration of four dominant and economically important woody species in a broad-leaved subtropical humid forest of Meghalaya, northeast India
BP Mishra, RS Tripathi, OP Tripathi, HN Pandey
Current Science, 1449-1453, 2003
Allometric models for estimation of forest biomass in North East India
AJ Nath, BK Tiwari, GW Sileshi, UK Sahoo, B Brahma, S Deb, NB Devi, ...
Forests 10 (2), 103, 2019
Soil erosion risk assessment of hilly terrain through integrated approach of RUSLE and geospatial technology: a case study of Tirap District, Arunachal Pradesh
B Das, A Paul, R Bordoloi, OP Tripathi, PK Pandey
Modeling Earth Systems and Environment 4, 373-381, 2018
Diversity, dominance and population structure of tree species along fragment-size gradient of a subtropical humid forest of northeast India
OP Tripathi, K Upadhaya, RS Tripathi, HN Pandey
Research journal of Environmental and Earth sciences 2 (2), 97-105, 2010
High dominance of Shorea robusta Gaertn. in alluvial plain Kamrup sal forest of Assam, NE India
J Deka, OP Tripathi, ML Khan
International Journal of Ecosystem 2 (4), 67-73, 2012
Implementation of forest canopy density model to monitor tropical deforestation
J Deka, OP Tripathi, ML Khan
Journal of the indian society of remote sensing 41, 469-475, 2013
An integrated approach of GIS, RUSLE and AHP to model soil erosion in West Kameng watershed, Arunachal Pradesh
B Das, R Bordoloi, LT Thungon, A Paul, PK Pandey, M Mishra, ...
Journal of Earth System Science 129, 1-18, 2020
Traditional knowledge of eating raw plants by the Meitei of Manipur as medicine/nutrient supplement in their diet
JY Yumnam, OP Tripathi
NISCAIR-CSIR, India, 2012
Phylogenetic diversity patterns in Himalayan forests reveal evidence for environmental filtering of distinct lineages
S Shooner, TJ Davies, P Saikia, J Deka, S Bharali, OP Tripathi, L Singha, ...
Ecosphere 9 (5), e02157, 2018
A multi-temporal remote sensing approach for monitoring changes in spatial extent of freshwater lake of Deepor Beel Ramsar Site, a major wetland of Assam
J Deka, OP Tripathi, ML Khan
Journal of Wetlands Ecology 5, 40-47, 2011
Tree diversity assessment and above ground forests biomass estimation using SAR remote sensing: A case study of higher altitude vegetation of North-East Himalayas, India
A Kumar, B Kishore, P Saikia, J Deka, S Bharali, LB Singha, OP Tripathi, ...
Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Parts A/B/C 111, 53-64, 2019
Agro-diversity of East Siang-Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern Himalaya
JY Yumnam, SI Bhuyan, ML Khan, OP Tripathi
Asian Journal of Agricultural Sciences 3 (4), 317-326, 2011
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