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The 3rd Batch of Nature Guide and Eco-tourism Course Concluded.     Read More...
Training on Drill and Uniform Code of Conduct for the Officials of UWICE-Lamai Goempa, Bumthang .     Read More...
New Research Paper on Soil CO2 efflux from two mountain forests in the eastern Himalayas, Bhutan: components and controls .     Read More...
Research Paper on Current Distribution and Conservation Status of Bhutan Takin (Budorcas whitei).     Read More...
Training on Drill and Uniform Code of Conduct for Darla Sub-center.     Read More...

The 3rd Batch of Nature Guide and Eco-tourism Course Concluded

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The  3rd batch of Nature and Eco-tourism course successfully concluded today with awarding certificates at the Institute (13th January 2017). The certificate awarding ceremony was graced by Officiating Director Mr. Sangay Wangchuk and all the faculty members and staff of the Institute have attended the occasion. Officiating Director, on his keynote address, advised graduates to make best use of the knowledge and skills gained through this course and contribute in conservation of our nature...   [Read more]



Training on Drill and Uniform Code of Conduct for the Officials of UWICE-Lamai Goempa, Bumthang

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Training on drill and uniform code of conduct for the officials of UWICE-Lamai Goempa Bumthang successfully came to an end today (13th January 2017). Three day training was attended by 28 participants including all faculty members and the drivers of the Institute. The training is a Department of Forests and Park Services’ effort to improve uniform code of conduct and to inculcate sense of responsibility, etiquette and office decorum for the forestry personnel. Mr. Tenzin Choigey the focal person of the Institute was supported by two other TOT Mr. Yeshey Nidup and Mr. Sonam Jamtsho from WCNP and Bumthang Division offices in conducting the training. ..   [Read more]



New Research Paper on Soil CO2 efflux from two mountain forests in the eastern Himalayas, Bhutan: components and controls

The biogeochemistry of mountain forests in the Hindu Kush Himalaya range is poorly studied, although climate change is expected to disproportionally affect the region. To better understand soil C cycling of mountain forest ecosystems, Norbu Wangdi et al. studied soil respiration, its autotrophic and heterotrophic components, as well as the effects of environmental drivers such as temperature and moisture at a moderately high-altitude cool temperate mixed forest and a lower altitude cool temperate broadleaf forest in Bhutan. The study was part of the larger through fall manipulation experiment which was part of the BC-CAP project (Climate Change Adaptation Potentials of Forests in Bhutan– building human capacities and knowledge base) jointly implemented by the Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment, Department of Forests and Park Services and the BOKU University, Austria funded by Austrian Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water...   [Read more]


Invitation for Quotation

The Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for conservation and environment, DoFPS would like to invite sealed quotation for the lodge, meals and conference hall during the Bhutan Phenology Workshop from 1st – 3rd Feb 2017 at Punakha. The quotation should be submitted to the office (UWICE) on or before 20th January at 10am and the same will be opened at 2pm...   [Read more]


Invitation of Bids for Hiring Vehicle

Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment, DoFPS, MoAF would like to invite bids from interested vehicle owners for hiring of Coaster Bus and Bolero from 8th -– 28th February, 2017. ..   [Read more]


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