cont-eng.56(2)2015

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ISSN 0564-3295
TROPICAL ECOLOGY
© International Society for Tropical Ecology
Vol. 56, No. 2
Abbreviation : Trop. Ecol.
May 2015
CONTENTS
Research Papers
S. K. Pati, M. V. Rao & M. Balaji – Spatial and temporal changes in biofouling
community structure at Visakhapatnam harbour, east coast of India
139
Glenny López-Rodríguez, David Sotomayor-Ramírez; José A. Amador & Eduardo
C. Schröder – Contribution of nitrogen from litter and soil mineralization to shade and
sun coffee (Coffea arabica L.) agroecosystems
155
D. Mohandass, Priya Davidar, S. Somasundaram, Lalitha Vijayan & Kingsly Chuo
Beng – Influence of disturbance regime on liana species composition, density and
basal area in the tropical montane evergreen forests (sholas) of the Western
Ghats, India
169
Pervaiz A. Dar, Zafar A. Reshi & Manzoor A. Shah – Roads act as corridors for the
spread of alien plant species in the mountainous regions: A case study of Kashmir
Valley, India
183
S. S. Bargali, Kiran Shukla, Lalji Singh, Lekha Ghosh & M. L. Lakhera – Leaf litter
decomposition and nutrient dynamics in four tree species of dry deciduous forest
191
Madhusudan P. Srinivasan, Saloni Bhatia & Kausalya Shenoy – Vegetationenvironment relationships in a South Asian tropical montane grassland ecosystem:
restoration implications
201
V. V. L. Padma Alekhya, G. S. Pujar, C. S. Jha & V. K. Dadhwal – Simulation of
vegetation dynamics in Himalaya using dynamic Global Vegetation Model
219
Atul Arvind Joshi, Divya Mudappa & T. R. Shankar Raman – Invasive alien species
in relation to edges and forest structure in tropical rainforest fragments of the Western
Ghats
233
Pinki Purkayastha & Susmita Gupta – Ecology of Monabeel, a floodplain ecosystem of
Cachar, Assam with special reference to aquatic insect community
245
Krishna Upadhaya, Namita Thapa & Saroj Kanta Barik – Tree diversity and biomass
of tropical forests under two management regimes in Garo hills of north-eastern India
257
Short Communication
Aliny Patricia Flauzino Pires – Plant species richness increases the spatial stability of
litter mass in Brazilian Pantanal
269
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