Review Paper on Forest Conservation Model and Modern Techniques for Sustainable Wilderness

Sandeep Pandey, Shaifali Jain, Roshni Gupta


Conservation of forest is a continual process that requires a well-designed strategies and approaches that fulfill the desired goal, with a scope to include new ideas within a given framework. The modifications in global greenery are a matter of great concern in front of forest managers that can be tackled with an efficient outcome in protecting forest ecosystem. The models designed for the protection of wilderness of a given region is efficient but the challenges are large enough that require retrieving and reorganizing these structures to enhance the green shades in the globe. The new scientific tools and techniques have potentiality in reclamations of the wilderness but require an extensive testing in all distinguished forest biomes and geographical regions. This research is attempted to assess various working models and modern and traditional forest conservation practices that are more relevant for a sustainable wilderness.


sustainable wilderness; conservation model; modern scientific techniques

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