The book is expected to support Forest and Wildlife Managers in maintenance of spatial databases for forests, wildlife and allied resources in digital domain for effective and efficient planning and management. It will facilitate conversion of analogue databases of the forest department to digital domain. The need for combination of expert knowledge with databases for generating Ecological Status Models, to enhance management capability, has been emphasised. Importance of the use of new concepts of Geo-information Management and Ecological Status Models to facilitate Decision Making under certainty and orientation of politicians and policy makers has been elaborated. There are elaborations on compilation and combination of ecological information and use of modern tools and technology for development of Planning and Management Support Systems for forests and Protected Areas. The book is expected to serve as a handbook for realignment of attitude, aptitude and organisational capacity of the forest department and development of Human Resource Development Strategy, for orientation of staff towards conducive technology-use and development of its application potential in the country.