The article highlights the regression models to estimate the biomass of twelve shrub species commonly found in the Western Himalaya. After analysis it was found that for most of the species log linear and curvilinear prediction equation gave coefficient of determination with higher value which show the fitness of the equation to precision.

The documentation of forest wealth in the Himalayas is of great importance because biotic pressure on them. The applied system of management and conservation of forests is of immediate concern for the present and future generation. Such study is useful to know the type of plant community development through succession under single stand management system.

The present study on management of Cedrus deodara under shelter wood system is aimed at drawing attention for long sustenance of management practices. The study reflects some useful facts.