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.

Krishnaswamy, J., K. S. Bawa, K. N. Ganeshaiah and M. C. Kiran. 2009, Quantifying and mapping biodiversity and ecosystem services: Utility of a multi-season NDVI based Mahalanobis distance surrogate., Remote Sensing and Environment 113(4): 857-867
Krishnan, S. 2009, Perspectives on the Forest Rights Act., Current Conservation 2(4)
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Ghate, R., D. Mehra and H. Nagendra 2009, Local institutions as mediators of the impact of markets on non-timber forest product extraction in central India., Environmental Conservation 36(1): 51-61.
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Mehta, V.K., P. J. Sullivan, M. T. Walter, J. Krishnaswamy and S. D. DeGloria 2008, Ecosystem impacts of disturbance in a dry tropical forest in southern India. ,
Mehta, V.K., P. J. Sullivan, M. T. Walter, J. Krishnaswamy and S. D. DeGloria. 2008, Impacts of disturbance on soil properties in a dry tropical forest in Southern India.,

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