Hi, Im chetana khadka from Bardiya. Having always been in close proximity to Nature I have so much enthusiasm to learn and explore my career in Forestry. As a Forestry undergraduate, I realized that even a tiny creature in nature has immense importance in the ecosystem. Really everything is connected to everything and there's nothing like waste in nature. So value yourself, you are also a immense part of nature and leave your conservation footprint before you vanish in it.
Keystone species and umbrella species

Difference Between Keystone Species and Umbrella Species

A community is an assemblage of species living close enough together for potential interaction which differ in their species richness, species evenness, and relative abundance of different species. In an ecosystem, there are various species-specific niches either isolated or overlapped.…

Seed Dispersal

Ecological Implications of Seed Dispersal

Plants make seeds that can grow into new plants, but if the seeds just fall to the ground under the parent plant, they might not get enough sun, water, or nutrients from the soil. Because plants cannot walk around and take their…

Land quality

9 Factors That Affect The Productivity of Land

Land productivity is a measure of the amount of sustainable land use, determined as the relationship between land quality in overall productive terms and output. It can show a land’s potential to support and maintain life and can be used…


Difference Between Commensalism and Mutualism

In the natural world, no organism exists in absolute isolation. The first law of ecology states, ” everything is connected with everything”. There is a continuous interaction between and among the biotic organisms and their interaction with abiotic interaction. This…

Effects of stochasticity in animal population

Effects of stochasticity in animal population

Stochasticity is something that is randomly determined or happens by chance. Random variation or stochasticity in the environment influences Growth, Food availability, prey-predator relation, Population size, colonization, and random order of immigration/ emigration which ultimately determines the population dynamics of…


Causes & Types of Metapopulation

The concept of Metapopulation is coined by Richard Levins in 1969. Meta-population consists of a group of spatially separated populations of the same species which are linked by migration, dispersal, and extinction. Thus even if all members of one population…

Shelterwood system 1

Types of Clear-Felling System

It is a silvicultural system in which equal or equi-productive areas of mature crops are successively clear-felled in one operation to be regenerated most frequently, artificially but sometimes naturally also. The entire crop of the coupe should be felled and…

Importance of GIS in forestry

Importance of GIS: How it Helps in Forestry

GIS is an integrated system of computer hardware, software, and trained personnel linking topographic, demographic, utility, facility, image and other resource data is geographically referenced. NASA The major functions of GIS comprise: Mapping Managing spatially referenced data Design and planning…