The photographs in the margin of plate I.C.2 show some of the major forest types currently encountered in South Asia.
A note of caution is in order with respect to the representa- tion of forested areas on plate I.C.2. Since the information portrayed was taken or adapted from highly disparate sources, we cannot be sure how much the differences in proportion of
Sources for Map
D. G. E. Hall (1964); India, National Atlas Organisation (1957); Nepal, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (1966).
Other Books and Articles
E. Cook (1951); S. F. De Silva (1954); R. R. Platt (1961); C. Rathjens (1969); O. H. K. Spate and A. T. A. Learmonth (1967).
Selected Additional Works
H. G. Champion (1936); French Institute of Pondicherry (1962–, listed under Unbound Maps); P. Legris (1963); V. M. Meher Homji (1963); G. S. Puri (1960); U. Schweinfurth (1957). See also works in the General Bibliography for sec- tion I not cited above.