Publications

Publications

ATREE students and researchers produce a range of outputs including peer-reviewed journal articles, discussion papers, books and popular articles.

Journal Articles

Zafra-Calvo, N., P. Balvanera, U. Pascual, J. Merçon, B. Martín-López, M. van Noordwijk, T. H. Mwampamba, S. Lele,et al., 2020, Plural valuation of nature for equity and sustainability: Insights from the Global South., Global Environmental Change 63: 102115.
Sengupta, A., Binoy, V.V. & Radhakrishna, S. 2020, Human-Elephant Conflict in Kerala, India: a Rapid Appraisal Using Compensation Records, Human Ecology volume 48, pages 101–109(2020)
Sengupta, A. and Radhakrishna, S 2020, Factors Predicting Provisioning of Macaques by Humans at Tourist Sites, International Journal of Primatology (2020)
Sengupta, A., Gazagne, E., Albert‐Daviaud, A., Tsuji, Y. and Radhakrishna, S. 2020, Reliability of macaques as seed dispersers, American Journal of Primatology
David Blakeslee, Ram Fishman, Veena Srinivasan 2020, Way Down in the Hole: Adaptation to Long-Term Water Loss in Rural India, American Economic Review 2020, 110(1): 200–224.
Gopal Penny Veena Srinivasan R. Apoorva Kirubaharan Jeremiah Joshua Peschel Sierra Young Sally Thompson 2020, A process‐based approach to attribution of historical streamflow decline in a data‐scarce and human‐dominated watershed., Hydrological Processes.
Jacobs, S., N. Zafra-Calvo, D. Gonzalez-Jimenez, L. Guibrunet, K. Benessaiah, A. Berghöfer, J. Chaves-Chaparro, S. Díaz, E. Gomez-Baggethun, S. Lele, et al., 2020, Use your power for good: plural valuation of nature – the Oaxaca statement, 3, e8, 1 –7.
Gupta, D., S. Lele and G. Sahu 2020, Promoting a responsive state: The role of NGOs in decentralized forest governance in India, Forest Policy and Economics, 111: 102066.
Tejasvi Hora, Veena Srinivasan, Nandita B Basu 2019, Survivor bias and the groundwater recovery paradox in South India, AGU Fall Meeting 2019
Kutty, R., A. Kodiveri, S. Lele and R. S. Setty 2019, India's Forest Rights Act, 2006: Stuck in a Maze of Bureaucratic Interpretations?, The Indian Journal of Social Work 80 (4): 439-460.

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