Ecology and Water security linkages for Human Wellbeing

People-nature interactions include the dependence on natural and managed ecosystems for a range of benefits. We have pioneered field-based methods and approaches for defining ecological flows from dams and reservoirs.

Sundaram B., S. Krishnan, A.J. Hiremath, G. Joseph. 2012, Ecology and impacts of the invasive species, Lantana camara, in a social-ecological system in South India: Perspectives from local knowledge, Human Ecology 40: 931-942 (doi: 10.1007/s10745-012-9532-1)
Krishnaswamy, J., M. Bonell, B. Venkatesh, B. K. Purandara, S. Lele, M. C. Kiran, V. Reddy, S. Badiger, K. N. Rakesh 2012, The rain–runoff response of tropical humid forest ecosystems to use and reforestation in the Western Ghats of India. ,
Lele, S., O. Springate-Baginski, R. Lakerveld, D. Deb and P. Dash 2012, Ecosystem services: Origins, contributions, pitfalls and alternatives.,
Nagendra, H. 2011, Assessing relatedness and redundancy of forest monitoring and change indicators., Journal of Environmental Management 95 (2012): 108-113
Nagendra, H., and E. Ostrom. 2011, The challenge of forest diagnostics., Ecology and Society 16(2): 20
He, K. S., D. Rocchini, M. Neteler and H. Nagendra. 2011, Benefits of hyperspectral remote sensing for tracking plant invasions. , Diversity and Distributions 17(3): 381-392
Reidsma, P., H. König, S. Feng, I. Bezlepkina, I. Nesheim, M. Bonin, M. Sghaier, S. Purushothaman, S. Sieber, M. K. van Ittersum and F. Brouwer. 2011, Methods and tools for integrated assessment of land use policies on sustainable development in developing countries. , Land Use Policy 28(3): 604-617
Goswami, R., and T. Ganesh. 2011, Conservation amidst political unrest: the case of Manas National Park, India, Current Science 100(4): 445-446
Vivek, R., and T. Ganesh. 2011, Birding high: Ornithological studies in the canopy., What's up? 17(2): 2-3

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