Mohd Salim, Saurabh Kumar, Pramod Kumar, M.K. Gupta
The present study was conducted in Jhilmil Jheel wetland which is situated on the left bank of river Ganga between Latitude N29°32’ to 29° 50’ and Longitude E 78o10’ to 78°15’covering an area of 3783.50 hectares. The altitude of the area varies from 200 to 250 meters above msl. This wetland is known for conservation of Cervus duvauceli duvauceli (Barasingha). It is situated between Haridwar - Najibabad highway in the natural course of the Ganges. A two-year study was conducted between the year 2012-2014 to analyse the soil physicochemical properties between different plantation sites of this magnificent wetland i.e., eucalyptus plantation, teak plantation, acacia plantation and mixed plantation.
Mohd Salim, Saurabh Kumar, Pramod Kumar, M.K. Gupta (2018); A comparative study of soil physicochemical properties between eucalyptus, teak, acacia and mixed plantation of Jhilmil Jheel wetland, Haridwar-Uttrakhand;
Int J Sci Res Publ 8(1) (ISSN: 2250-3153). http://www.ijsrp.org/research-paper-0118.php?rp=P737157