Climate change in North East: Arunachal's Seijosa shows connect between shifting patterns, declining biodiversity
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India, Jan. 12 -- Loss in forest cover, change in rainfall patterns, human interventions may together set in motion irreversible patterns
Climate change plays out slightly different than usual - and strongly - in vulnerable areas such as a biodiversity-rich forest. The impacts may be felt for generations to come, some of which may be irreversible. They can be compounded by landscape changes due to human interventions, illegal or legal. Seijosa circle in Arunachal Pradesh's Pakke-Kessang district has been witnessing such impacts for the past decade-and-a-half.
Seijosa, one of the five administrative divisions of the district, has a population of around 4,000 across 19 villages. It lies on the eastern end of the scenic Pakke Tiger Reserve...
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