International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 8, Part M (2015)
Wetland Restoration, A Need for Sustenance: A Case Study Chatra Beel of English bazar, District Malda, W.B, India
Sanjoy Dutta, Anuradha Sengupta
English bazar is an agrarian, semi-urban town bifurcated by river Mahananda adjoining Bangladesh. Due to this location criterion the district’s population has increased step by step fallowing different political events. As per census report, the district population has been increased 5 times since last 60 years of development. Here to give space to this growing population, the poor coordination has been observed among regional wetland management organization and development project which have encroached the wetland, becoming threat to wetland conservation. Here the authors have tried to signify the experiences and challenges on wetland preservation taking the Chatra Beel of English bazar block of district Malda as case study.
How to cite this article:
Sanjoy Dutta, Anuradha Sengupta. Wetland Restoration, A Need for Sustenance: A Case Study Chatra Beel of English bazar, District Malda, W.B, India. International Journal of Applied Research. 2015; 1(8): 810-814.