Archives

2012

2011

  • Krishnakumar, K., F. G. Benno Pereira and K. V. Radhakrishnan. 2011. Puntius madhusoodani (Teleostei: Cyprinidae), a new species of barb from Manimala River, Kerala, South India. Biosystematica 5 (2). pp. 31-37
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  • Chetana, H. C., and T. Ganesh. 2011. Importance of shade trees (Gravillea robusta) in the dispersal of forest tree species in managed tea plantations of southern Western Ghats, India. Journal of Tropical Ecology 28:
    187-197
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  • Seshadri, K. S., A. Vivek Chandran and K. V. Gururaja. 2011. Anurans from wetlands of Puducherry, along the East Coast of India. Check List 8(1): 023-026
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  • Ray, A., Sumangala R. C., G. Ravikanth, Uma Shaanker R and S. Quader. 2011. Isolation and characterization of polymorphic microsatellite loci from invasive plant Lantana camara. L. Conservation Genetic Resources DOI 10.1007/s12686-011-9501-9
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  • Harisha, R. P. 2011. Livelihood and potential conservation roles of wild edible herbs. International Society of Ethnobiology Newsletter3 (2): 1-2
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  • K. S. Vinayaka, R. S. Setty and Y. L. Krishnamurthy. 2011.Utilization of lichens in the Central Western Ghats area of Karnataka, India. British Lichen Society Bulletin109: 57-62
  • P., Mohana Kumara, S. Zuehlke, Priti V., Ramesha B. T., Shweta S., G. Ravikanth, Vasudeva R., Santhoshkumar, T. R., M. Spiteller, Uma Shaanker R. 2011. Fusarium proliferatum, an endophytic fungus from Dysoxylum binectariferumHook.f, produces rohitukine, a chromane alkaloid possessing anti-cancer activity Antonievan Leeuwenhoek Journal of Microbiology DOI 10.1007/s10482-011-9638-2
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  • Purushothaman, S. and Abraham R. (2011). Scaling up and sustainability: The experience from rural India.Sustainability in Debate 2(2): 21-42
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  • V. Deepak, M. Ramesh, S. Bhupathy and K. Vasudevan. 2011. Indotestudo travancorica (Boulenger 1907) – Travancore Tortoise. Conservation Biology of Freshwater Turtles and Tortoises. Chelonian Research Monographs 5:054.1-054.6
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  • Gupta, A. and N. Kakati. 2011. Community engagement for conservation in Kaziranga National Park. The Rhino. Journal of Kaziranga Wildlife Society Vol 17
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  • Seshadri, K. S. and T. Ganesh. 2011. Faunal mortality on roads due to religious tourism across time and space in protected areas: A case study from south India. Forest Ecology and Management 262: 1713–1721
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  • Chaudhary, P., S. Rai, S. Wangdi, A. Mao, N. Rehman, S. Chettri and K. S. Bawa. 2011. Consistency of local perceptions of climate change in the Kangchenjunga Himalaya landscape. Current Science 101(4): 504-513
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  • Ravikanth, G., R. Srirama, K. N. Ganeshaiah and Uma Shaanker R. 2011. In pursuit of a universal barcode of plants: Peril of followers? Current Science 101(3):269-271
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  • Purushothaman, S., and R. Abraham. 2011. Sustainability: the experience of rural India. Sustentabilidade em Debate - Brasília, 2(2): 21-42
  • Nagendra, H. 2011. Assessing relatedness and redundancy of forest monitoring and change indicators. Journal of Environmental Management 95 (2012): 108-113
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  • Lele, S., A. Kothari, Roma, A. Saikia, R. Rebbapragada, V. Kiro and J. Ete. 2011. Misreading the issues and the landscape. Economic and Political Weekly 46(22): 107-108
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  • Shivanna, K. R. 2011. Pollen pistil interaction: A complex mating game required for fertilization in flowering plants. Journal of Palynology 46: 97-120
  • Krishnakumar, K., A. Ali, B. Pereira and R. Raghavan. 2011. Unregulated aquaculture and invasive alien species: A case study of the African catfish Clarias gariepinus in Vembanad Lake (Ramsar Wetland), Kerala, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa 3(5): 1737-1744
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  • Lele, S. 2011. Re-reading the interdisciplinary mindscape: A response to Redford. Oryx 45(3): 331-332
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  • Sharma, M. V., and K. R. Shivanna. 2011. Pollinators, pollination efficiency and fruiting success in a wild nutmeg, Myristica dactyloides. Journal of Tropical Ecology 27: 405-412
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  • Ramesha, B. T., M. D. Yetish, G. Ravikanth, K. N. Ganeshaiah, J. Gazoul and R. Uma Shaanker. 2011. Stylish lengths: Mate choice in flowers. Journal of Bioscience 36(2): 229-234
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  • Ramesha, B. T., S. Zuehlke, R. C. Vijay, V. Priti, G. Ravikanth, K. N. Ganeshaiah, M. Spiteller and R. Uma Shaanker. 2011. Sequestration of camptothecin, an anticancer alkaloid, by chrysomelid beetles. Journal of Chemical Ecology 37(5): 533-536
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  • Ramesha, B. T., J. Gertsch, G. Ravikanth, V. Priti, K. N. Ganeshaiah and R. Uma Shaanker. 2011. Biodiversity and chemodiversity: Future perspectives in bioprospecting. Current Drug Targets
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  • Lele, S., and T. Jayaraman. 2011. Equity in the context of sustainable development. Note for UN-GSP, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India, New Delhi
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  • Lele, S., and A. Kurien. 2011. Interdisciplinary analysis of the environment: Insights from tropical forest research. Environmental Conservation 38(2): 211-233
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  • Raghavan, R., et al Is the Deccan Mahseer, Tor khudree (Sykes, 1839) (Pisces:Cyprinidae )fishery in the Western Ghats Hotspot sustainable? A participatory approach to stock assessment. Fisheries Research 110(1): 29-38
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  • Nagendra, H., and E. Ostrom. 2011. The challenge of forest diagnostics. Ecology and Society 16(2): 20
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  • Molleman, L., S. Boeve, J. H. D. Wolf, J. G. B. Oostermeijer, S. Devy, and R. Ganesan. 2011. Commercial harvesting and regeneration of epiphytic macrolichen communities in the Western Ghats, India. Environmental Conservation 38(3): 1-8
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  • Southworth, J., H. Nagendra and L. Cassidy. 2011. Forest transition pathways in Asia - studies from Nepal, India, Thailand, and Cambodia. Journal of Land Use Science: 1-15.
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  • Kelsey, R. G., G. Joseph and G. M. McWilliams. 2011. Ethanol synthesis by anoxic root segments from five cedar species relates to their habitat attributes but not their known differences in vulnerability to Phytophthora lateralis root disease. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 41(6): 1202-1211
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  • 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
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  • 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
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  • Atkore, V. M., K. Sivakumar and A. J. T. Johnsingh. 2011. Patterns of diversity and conservation status of freshwater fishes in the tributaries of Ramganga river, in the Shiwaliks of the Western Himalaya. Current Science 100 (5): 731-736
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  • Goswami, R., and T. Ganesh. 2011. Conservation amidst political unrest: the case of Manas National Park, India. Current Science 100(4): 445-446
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  • Vivek, R., and T. Ganesh. 2011. Birding high: Ornithological studies in the canopy. What's up? 17(2): 2-3
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  • Purushotham, C. B., K. Dharmadhikari and R. Vivek. 2011. A comparison of hill stream anuran diversity across two habitats in Kalakad-Mundanthurai Tiger Reserve: a pilot study. Frogleg 15: 2-9
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  • Prathapan, K. D, and P. D. Rajan. 2011. Biodiversity access and benefit-sharing: weaving a rope of sand. Current Science 100(3): 290-93
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2010

  • Devi, O. S., P. Komor and D. Das. 2010. A checklist of traditional edible bio-resources from Ima markets of Imphal Valley, Manipur, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa 2(11): 1291-1296
  • Lyngdoh, N., G. Joshi, G. Ravikanth, R. Uma Shaanker and R. Vasudeva. 2010. Influence of levels of genetic diversity on fruit quality in teak (Tectona grandis L.f.). Current Science 99(5): 639-644
  • Mukherjee, S., A. Krishnan, K. Tamma, C. Home, R. Navya, S. Joseph, A. Das and U. Ramakrishnan. 2010. Ecology driving genetic variation: A comparative phylogeography of jungle cat (Felis chaus) and leopard cat (Prionailurus bengalensis) in India.” PLoS ONE 5(10): 639-644
  • Nageswara, R. M., G. Ravikanth, K. N. Ganeshaiah and R. Uma Shaanker. 2010. Role of protected area in conserving the population and genetic structure of economically important bamboo species. Bioremediation, Biodiversity and Bioavailability 4(1): 69-76
  • Shijo, J., S. Reddy, A. P. Thomas, S. K. Srivastava and V. K. Srivastava. 2010. Spatial interpolation of carbon stock: A case study from the Western Ghats biodiversity hotspot, India. International Journal of Sustainable Development & World Ecology 17(6): 1745-2627
  • Srinivasan, V., Gorelick S. M., Goulder, L. 2010.Sustainable urban water supply in south India: Desalination, efficiency improvement, or rainwater harvesting?. Water Resources Research 46(10):1-15.
  • Srinivasan, V., Gorelick S. M., Goulder, L. 2010.A hydrologic‐economic modeling approach for analysis of urban water supply dynamics in Chennai, India.Water Resources Research 46(7):1-19.
  • Manju, V. S., R. Uma Shaanker, S. R. Leather, R. Vasudeva and K. R. Shivanna. 2010. Floral resources, pollinators and fruiting in a threatened tropical deciduous tree. Journal of Plant Ecology: 1-9
  • Manju, V. S., R. Uma Shaanker, R. Vasudeva and K. R. Shivanna. 2010. Functional dioecy in Nothapodytes nimmoniana, a distylous species in the Western Ghats. Current Science 99(10): 1444-1449
  • Swamy, S., and S. Devy. 2010. Forests, heritage green spaces and neighbourhood parks: Citizens attitude and perception towards ecosystem services in Bangalore. Journal of Resources, Energy and Development 7(1)
  • Ranganathan, J., J. Krishnaswamy and M. O. Anand. 2010. Landscape level 
effects on avian species communities within human dominated ecosystems in the Western Ghats: Insights for management and conservation. Biological Conservation 143(12): 2909-2917
  • Bonell, M., B. K. Purandara, B. Venkatesh, J. Krishnaswamy, H. A. K. Acharya, U. V. Singh, R. Jayakumar and N. Chappell. 2010. The impact of forest use and reforestation on soil hydraulic conductivity in the Western Ghats of India: Implications for surface and sub-surface hydrology. Journal of Hydrology 391: 47–62
  • Ariza-Montobbio, P., S. Lele, G. Kallis and J. Martinez-Alier. 2010. The political ecology of Jatropha plantations for biodiesel in Tamil Nadu, India. Journal of Peasant Studies 37(4): 875-897
  • Patrick David, J., and V. Atkore. 2010. A note on feeding habits of fruit bats in Colaba, Urban Mumbai, India. Small Mammal Mail (Bi-Annual Newsletter of CCINSA & RISCINSA) 2(1): 9-11
  • Remadevi, O. K., T. O. Sasidharan, J. Bhattacharya, C. R. Vossbrinck and P. D. Rajan. 2010. Some pathological effects and transmission potential of a microsporidian isolate (Nosema sp.) from the teak defoliator Hyblaea puera (Lepidoptera: Hyblaeidae). International Journal of Tropical Insect Science 30(3): 138–144
  • Purushothaman, S., and S. Kashyap. 2010. Trends in land use and crop acreages in Karnataka and their repercussions. Karnataka J. Agricultural Science 23(2): 330-333
  • Nagendra, H., and D. Gopal. 2010. Tree diversity, distribution, history and change in urban parks: Studies in Bangalore, India. Urban Ecosystem 14(2): 211-223
  • Aravind, N. A., D. Rao, K. N. Ganeshaiah, R. Uma Shaanker and J. G. Poulsen. 2010. Impact of Lantana camara on bird assemblage at Malé Mahadeshwara reserve forest, South India. Tropical Ecology 51: 325-338
  • Thomas, B. K., R. Muradian, G. de Groot and A. de Ruijter. 2010. Confronting or complementing? A case study on NGO-state relations from Kerala, India. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 21(3): 358-370
  • Thomas, B. K. 2010. Participation in the knowledge society: The free and open source software (FOSS) movement compared with participatory development. Development in Practice 20(2): 270-6
  • Badiger, S., and T. V. Reshmidevi. 2010. Ecosystems and livelihoods at crossroads: Modelling land-use change impacts on water regimes and downstream users. In: ASCE - EWRI's 3rd Developing Nations Conference: India 2010. An international perspective on current and future state of water resources and the environment. Chennai. 5-7 January 2010
  • Thomas, B. K., R. Muradian, G. de Groot and A. de Ruijter. 2010. Resilient and Resourceful? A Case Study on How the Poor Cope in Kerala, India. Journal of Asian and African Studies 45(1): 29-45.
  • Hemmilä, S., M. Kumara, G. Ravikanth, S. Gustafsson, R. Vasudeva, K. N. Ganeshaiah, R. Uma Shaanker and M. Lascoux. 2010. Development of eleven microsatellite markers in the red-listed tree species Myristica malabarica. Conservation Genetic Resources 2(1): 305-307
  • Ariza-Montobbio, P., and S. Lele. 2010. Jatropha plantations for biodiesel in Tamil Nadu, India: Viability, livelihood trade-offs, and latent conflict. Ecological Economics 70(2): 189-195
  • Anitha, K., S. Joseph, R. J. Chandran, E. V. Ramasamy and S. Narendra Prasad. 2010. Tree species diversity and community composition in a human-dominated tropical forest of Western Ghats biodiversity hotspot, India. Ecological Complexity 7(2): 217-224
  • Bawa, K. S., L. P. Koh, T. M. Lee, J. Liu, P. S. Ramakrishnan, D. W. Yu, Y. Zhang, P. H. Raven. 2010. China, India, and the environment. Science 327(5972): 1457–1459
  • Gurudatt, P. S., V. Priti, S. Shweta, B. T. Ramesha, G. Ravikanth, R. Vasudeva, T. Amna, S. Deepika, K. N. Ganeshaiah, R. Uma Shaanker, S. Puri and N. Qazi. 2010. Attenuation of camptothecin production and negative relation between hyphal biomass and camptothecin content in endophytic fungal strains isolated from Nothapodytes nimmoniana Grahm (Icacinaceae). Current Science 98 (8): 1006-1009
  • Joseph, S., and P. P. Ouseph. 2010. Assessment of nutrients using multivariate statistical techniques in estuarine systems and its management implications: A case study from Cochin estuary, India. Water and Environment Journal 24(2): 126–132
  • Lele, S., P. R. Wilshusen, D. Brockington, R. Seidler and K. S. Bawa. 2010. Beyond exclusion: Alternative approaches to biodiversity conservation in the developing tropics. Current Opinions in Environmental Sustainability 2(1-2): 94-100
  • Bolin, B., M. Seetharam and B. Pompeii. Water resources, climate change, and urban vulnerability: A case study of Phoenix, Arizona. Local Environment 15(3): 261-279
  • Kelkar, N., J. Krishnaswamy, S. Choudhary, D. Sutaria. 2010. Coexistence of fisheries with river dolphin conservation. Conservation Biology 24(4): 1130-1140
  • Jain, M., G. Kuriakose and R. Balakrishnan. 2010. Evaluation of methods to estimate foliage density in the understorey of a tropical evergreen forest. Current Science 98(4): 508-515
  • Lele, S., N. K. Dubash, S. Dixit. 2010. A Structure for environment governance: A perspective. EPW 45(6): 13-16
  • Bawa, K. S. 2010. Cataloguing life in India: The taxonomic imperative. Current Science 98(2): 151-153
  • Lele, N., H. Nagendra and J. Southworth. 2010. Accessibility, demography and protection: Drivers of forest stability and change at multiple scales in the Cauvery basin, India. Remote Sensing 2: 306-332
  • Karthik, T., A. J. Hiremath and D. Jathanna. 2010. Patterns of seed rain and seedling regeneration in abandoned agricultural clearings in a seasonally dry tropical forest in India. Journal of Tropical Ecology 26: 25–33
  • Nagendra, H. and D. Gopal. 2010. Street trees in Bangalore: Density, diversity, composition and distribution. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening 9(2): 129-137
  • Bai, S. N., T. O. Sasidharan, O. K. Remadevi, P. D. Rajan and M. Balachander. 2010. Virulence of Metarhiziumisolates against the polyphagous defoliator pest, Spilarctia obliqua (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae). Journal of Tropical Forest Science 22(1): 74–80

2009

  • Balachander, M., O. K. Remadevi, T. O. Sasidharan and N. Sapna Bai. 2009. Infectivity of Metarhizium anisopliae (Deuteromycotina: Hyphomycetes) isolates to the arboreal termite Odontotermes sp. (Isoptera: Termitidae). International Journal of Tropical Insect Science 29(4): 202–207
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  • Purushothaman, S., S. Hegde, S. Patil and S. Kashyap. 2009. People’s Perception on benefits from a protected catchment: A case study of Gundal command in Karnataka. Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics 64(4): 573-584.
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  • Nagendra, H. 2009. Drivers of regrowth in South Asia's human impacted forests. Current Science 97(11):1586-1592.
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  • Nagendra, H. 2009. Society and science: Interdisciplinary exchanges. Current Science 97(11): 1513-1514.
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  • Menon, A., C. Hinnewinkel, C. Garcia, S. Guillerme, N. Rai and S. Krishnan. 2009. Competing visions: Domestic forests, politics and forest policy in the Central Western Ghats of South India. Small-Scale Forestry 8: 515-527.
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  • 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
  • Reshmidevi, T., and S. Badiger. 2009. Impact of irrigation intensification on inter-sectoral water allocation in a deficit catchment in India. In: Proceedings, Symposium JS.3 at the Joint IAHS & IAH Convention. Hyderabad, India. 6-12 September 2009
  • Selwyn, A., and R. Ganesan. 2009. Evaluating the potential role of Eucalyptus plantations in the regeneration of native trees in southern Western Ghats, India. Tropical Ecology 50; 173-189.
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  • Krishnan, S. 2009. Of land, legislation and litigation: Forest leases, agrarian reform, legal ambiguity and landscape anomaly in the Nilgiris- 1969 to 2007. Conservation and Society 7(4): 283-298.
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  • Krishnan, S. (ed). 2009. Perspectives on the Forest Rights Act. Current Conservation 2(4)
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  • Krishnan, S. 2009. What can the Forests Rights Act decentralise: Protection or conservation? In: Perspectives on the Forest Rights Act (eds. Krishnan.S). Current Conservation 2(4).
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  • Devy, M. S., S. Swamy and N. A. Aravind. 2009. Reshaping urban green spaces. Economic and Political Weekly 44(46).
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  • Ramalingam, R., and D. R. Priyadarsanan. 2009. Ground insect community responses to habitat restoration efforts in the Attappady hills, Western Ghats, India. Current Science 97(6): 935-941.
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  • Sasidaran, T. O., O. K. Remadevi, R. Usharani, Priyadarsanan Dharmarajan and N. Sapna Bai. 2009. Evaluation of cultural characteristic and pathogenicity of some isolates of Metarhizium anisopliae against teak defoliator, Hybaea puera Cramer. Uttar Pradesh Journal of Zoology 29(2): 142-148
  • Lele, S. 2009. Right direction, but long way to go. Current Conservation 2(4): 6-7.
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  • Lele, S. Watershed services of tropical forests: From hydrology to economic valuation to integrated analysis. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability. Science Direct 1(2): 148-155.
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  • Singh, S., S. Zuehlke, B. T. Ramesha, V. Priti, P. Mohana Kumar, G. Ravikanth, M. Spiteller, R. Vasudeva and R. Uma Shaanker. 2009. Endophytic fungal strains of Fusarium solani, from Apodytes dimidiata E. Mey. ex Arn (Icacinaceae) produce camptothecin, 10-hydroxycamptothecin and 9-methoxycamptothecin. Phytochemistry 71(1): 117-122.
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  • Mohana Kumara, P., N. Sreejayan, V. Priti, B. T. Ramesha, G. Ravikanth, K. N. Ganeshaiah, R. Vasudeva, J. Mohan, T. Santhoshkumar, M. P. Dutt, R. Viswakarma and R. Uma Shaanker. 2009. Dysoxylum binectariferum Hook.f (Meliaceae), a rich source of rohitukine. Fitoterapia 81(2): 145-148.
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  • Mohanty, A., B. Chrungu, N. Verma and K. R. Shivanna. 2009. Broadening the genetic base of crop brassicas by production of new intergeneric hybrid. Czech J. Genet. Plant Breed 45: 117-122.
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  • Krishnakumar, K., R. Raghavan and B. Pereira. 2009. Protected on papers, hunted in wetlands: Exploitation and trade of freshwater turtles (Melanochelys trijuga coronata and Lissemys punctata punctata) in Punnamada, Kerala, India. Tropical Conservation Science 2(3): 363-373.
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  • Krishnakumar, K., R. Raghavan, G. Prasad, A. Bijukumar, M. Sekharan, B. Pereira and A. Ali. 2009. When pets become pests - exotic aquarium fishes and biological invasions in Kerala, India. Current Science 97(4): 474-476.
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  • Priti, V., B. T. Ramesha, S. Singh, G. Ravikanth, K. N. Ganeshaiah, T. S. Suryanarayanan and R. Uma Shaanker. 2009. How promising are endophytic fungi as alternative sources of plant secondary metabolites? Current Science 97(4): 477-478.
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  • Nagendra, H., S. Pareeth, S. Paul and S. Dutt. 2009. Landscapes of protection: Forest change and fragmentation in northern West Bengal, India. Environmental Management 44(5): 853-864.
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  • Rocchini, D., H. Nagendra, R. Ghate and B. Cade. 2009. Spectral distance decay: Assessing species beta-diversity by quantile regression. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 75(10): 1225-1230.
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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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  • Ravikanth, G., M. Nageswara Rao, B. S. Deepali Singh, K. N. Ganeshaiah and R. Uma Shaanker. 2009. The tale of two important bamboo species in the central Western Ghats: Implications for in situ conservation. Journal of Bamboo and Rattan 7(1-2).
  • Thomas, B. K., R. Muradian, G. de Groot and A. de Ruijter. Multidimensional poverty and identification of poor households: A case from Kerala, India. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities 10(2): 237-57.
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  • Kuriakose, G., P. A. Sinu and K. R. Shivanna. 2009. Domestication of cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum) in Western Ghats, India: Divergence in productive traits and a shift in major pollinators. Annals of Botany 103: 727-733.
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  • Raghavendra, T. R., P. Vaidyanathan, H. K. Swathi, B. T. Ramesha, G. Ravikanth, K. N. Ganeshaiah, A. Srikrishna and R. Uma Shaanker. 2009. Prospecting for alternate sources of shikimic acid, a precursor of Tamiflu, a bird-flu drug. Current Science 96(6): 771-772
  • Sumangala, R. C., L. N. Kumar, B. T. Ramesha, R. Uma Shaanker, K. N. Ganeshaiah and G. Ravikanth. 2009. Development of micro satellite markers for a critically endangered species, Ceropegia fantastica from the Western Ghats, India. Conservation Genetics10(6): 1825-1827.
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  • Shivanna K. R. 2009. Pollination biology, breeding system and reproductive success of Adhatoda vasica, an important medicinal plant. Current Science 96(3): 408-412.
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2008

  • Aravind, N.A., K. P. Rajashekhar and N.A. Madhyastha. 2008. Micro molluscs of the Western Ghats: Distribution and Threats. Zoosymposia 1: 281-294.
  • Ramesha, B.T., R. Srirama, G. Ravikanth, K.V. Ravishankar, S. Dayanandan, N. Sreejayan, R. Vasudeva, K.N. Ganeshaiah and R. Uma Shaanker. 2008. Development of polymorphic microsatellite loci in Nothapodytes nimmoniana, a medicinally important tree from the Western Ghats, India. Molecular Ecology Resources 9(1): 365-367.
  • Ramesha, B.T., T. Amna, G. Ravikanth, Rajesh P, R Gunaga, R. Vasudeva, K.N. Ganeshaiah, R. Uma Shaanker, K. Khajuria, S.C. Puri and G.N. Qazi. 2008. Prospecting for Camptothecines from Nothapodytes nimmoniana in the Western Ghats, South India: Identification of High-Yielding Sources of Camptothecin and New Families of Camptothecines. Journal of Chromatographic Science 46: 362-368.
  • Prathapan, K.D., P. Dharma Rajan, T.C. Narendran, C.A. Viraktamath, K.A. Subramanian, N.A. Aravind and J. Poorani. 2008. Death sentence on taxonomy in India. Current Science 94(2): 170-171.
  • Oommen, M.A. and K. Shanker. 2008. Ecology and behaviour of an endemic treeshrew (Tupaia nicobarica Zelebor 1869) on Great Nicobar Island, India. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 105: 55-63.
  • Srirama, R., B.T. Ramesha, G. Ravikanth, K.N Ganeshaiah and R. Uma Shaanker. 2008. Are plants with anti-cancer activity resistant to crown gall?: a test of hypothesis. Current Science 95 (10): 1407-1408.
  • S., Savitha, N. Barve and P. Dividar. 2008. Response of ants to disturbance gradients in and around Bangalore, India. Tropical Ecology 49(2): 235-243.
  • Bai, N. S., T.O. Sasidharan, O. K. Remadevi, P. Dharmarajan and M. Balachander. 2008. Efficacy of Metarhizium isolates against the polyphagous defoliator pest, Spilarctia obliqua Walker (Lepidoptera: Arctiidae) on forestry species. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 22(1): 74–80.
  • Sasidharan, T.O., O.K. Remadevi, A. Anitha Rani, P. Dharmarajan and J. Bhattacharya. 2008. New record of a microsporidian parasite from the teak defoliator, Hyblaea puera Cramer (Lepidoptera: Hyblaeidae). Hexapoda 15: 97-101.
  • Nagendra, H. 2008. Do parks work? Impact of protected areas on land cover clearing. Ambio 37(5): 330-337.
  • Lele, N., and P.K. Joshi. 2008. Analyzing deforestation rates, spatial forest cover changes and identifying critical areas of forest cover changes in North-East India during 1972-1999. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 156(1-4): 159-170.
  • Gotor, E., A. Alercia, V. Ramanatha Rao, J. Watts and F. Caracciolo. 2008. The scientific information activity of Bioversity International: the Descriptor lists. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 55: 757-772.
  • Ravikanth, G., and N. Rao, M. Deepali Singh, B.S. Cheluvaraju, K.N. Ganeshaiah and U. Shaanker. 2008. Contrasting spatial patterns of distribution of genetic diversity in two important bamboo species in the Central Western Ghats, India. Journal of Bamboo and Rattans 7 (1-2): 41-52.
  • Setty, R. S., K. Bawa, T. Ticktin, and C. Made Gowda. 2008. Evaluation of a Participatory Resource Monitoring System for Non Timber Forest Products: the Case of Amla (Phyllanthus spp.) Fruit Harvest by Soligas in South India. Ecology and Society 13(2): 19.
  • Savitha, S., N. Barve and P. Davidar. 2008. Response of ant diversity to disturbance gradient in and around Bangalore, India. Journal of Tropical Ecology 49(2): 235-243.
  • Ramesha, B.T., T. Amna, G. Ravikanth, R. Gunaga, R. Vasudeva, K.N. Ganeshaiah, R. Uma Shaanker, R. K. Khajuria, S.C. Puri and G.N. Qazi. 2008. Prospecting for camptothecins from Nothapodytes nimmoniana in the Western Ghats, south India: Identification of high yielding sources of camptothecin and new families of camptothecins. Journal of Chromatographic Science 46(4): 362-368.
  • Gotor, E., A. Alercia, V. Ramanatha Rao, J. Watts and F. Caracciolo. 2008. The scientific information activity of Bioversity International: the descriptor lists. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution 55(5): 757-772.
  • Nagendra, H., and D. Rocchini. 2008. High resolution satellite imagery for tropical biodiversity studies: the devil is in the detail. Biodiversity Conservation 17: 3431-3442.
  • Nagendra, H., and Y. Gokhale. 2008. Management regimes, property rights, and forest biodiversity in Nepal and India. Environmental Management 41(5): 719-733.
  • Nagendra, H., S. Pareeth, B. Sharma, C.M. Schweik and K.R. Adhikari 2008. Forest fragmentation and regrowth in an Institutional mosaic of community, government and private ownership in Nepal. Landscape Ecology 23: 41-54.
  • Joseph, G. C., T. Mcdowell and N. Namboodiri. 2008. The Identity Of Gastrochaena cuneiformis Spengler, 1783, And The Evolution Of Gastrochaena, Rocellaria, And Lamychaena (Mollusca, Bivalvia, Gastrochaenoidea). Journal of Palaentology 82(1): 102-117.
  • Chaitanya, K., J. Krishnaswamy and N. Samba Kumar. 2008. Habitat factors affecting four horned antelope site occupancy and relative abundance in India. Journal of Zoology 276(1): 63-70.
  • Uma Shaanker, R., B.T. Ramesha, G. Ravikanth, R. Gunaga, R. Vasudeva and K.N. Ganeshaiah. 2008. “Chemical Profiling of Nothapodytes nimmoniana for Camptothecin, an Important Anticancer Alkaloid: Toward the Development of a Sustainable Production System.” In: Bioactive Molecules and Medicinal Plants (eds. Ramawat, K.G., J.M. Merillon). UK: Springer Publishing.
  • Sharma, M.V., G. Kuriakose and K.R. Shivanna. 2008. Reproductive strategies of Strobilanthes kunthianus, an endemic, semelparous species in southern Western Ghats, India. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society 157: 155-163.
  • 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. Ecohydrology 1(2): 149-160.
  • 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. Ecohydrology 1(2): 161-175.

2007

  • Nagendra, H. 2007. Communities and conservation. Seminar - web edition.
  • Nagendra, H., and E. Ostrom. 2007. Institutions, Collective Action and Effective Forest Management: Learning from Studies in Nepal. In: The Sage Handbook of Environment and Society (eds. Pretty, J., A.S. Ball, T. Benton, J.S. Guivant, D.R. Lee, D. Orr, M.J. Pfeffer and H. Ward). Pp 578-589.
  • Nagendra, H. 2007. Drivers of reforestation in human-dominated forests. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104(39): 15218-15223.
  • Sarma, K., R. Tandon, K.R. Shivanna and H.Y. Mohan Ram. 2007. Current Science 93(6): 826-831.
  • Rao, M.N., B.T. Ramesha, G. Ravikanth, K.N. Ganeshaiah and R. Uma Shaanker. 2007. Cross- Species amplification of coconut microsatellite markers in rattans. Silvae Genetica 56(6): 282-286.
  • Chetana, H.C., and T. Ganesh. 2007. Survey and activity patterns of nocturnal mammals in a fragmented dry deciduous forest of Karnataka. Zoos' Print Journal 22(4): 2644-2647.
  • Sinu, P.A., and K.R. Shivanna. 2007. Pollination biology of large cardamom (Amomum subulatum). Current Science 93(4): 548-552.
  • Nagendra, H., J. Southworth and D. K. Munroe. 2007. Monitoring landscape fragmentation in an inaccessible mountain area: Celaque National Park, Western Honduras. Landscape and Urban Planning 83(2-3): 154-167.
  • Lee, S., W.K. Fai, M. Zakaria, H. Ibrahim, R.Y. Othman, J. Gwag, V. Ramanatha Rao and Y. Park. 2007.Characterization of polymorphic microsatellite markers, isolated from Ginger (Zingiber officinale Rosc.). Molecular Ecology Notes 5(4): 736-738.
  • Sinu, P. A. and K. R. Shivanna. 2007. Pollination ecology of cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum) in Western Ghats, India. Journal of Tropical Ecology 23: 1-4.
  • Jha, S., and K.S. Bawa. 2007. The economic and environmental outcomes of micro finance projects: an Indian case study. Environment, Development and Sustainability 9: 229-239.
  • Bali, A., A. Kumar and J. Krishnaswamy. 2007. The mammalian communities in Coffee Plantations around a protected area in the Western Ghats, India. Biological Conservation 139: 93-102.
  • Bawa, K. S., G. Joseph, R.S. Setty. 2007. Poverty, biodiversity and institutions in forest-agriculture ecotones in the Western Ghats and Eastern Himalaya ranges of India, Agriculture. Ecosystems and Environment 121: 287-295.
  • Siddappa Setty, R., and S. Mandal, 2007. A Case Study on ATREE's Experiences in Participatory Resource Monitoring. Journal of Community Forestry in Ecology: 29-35.
  • Siddappa Setty, R., and S. Mandal. 2007. Tribal Development and Conservation in a Wildlife Sanctuary. In: Gender and Social Inclusion for Sustainable Livelihoods. Pp 7-17.
  • Aravind, K., G. Ravikanth, R. Uma Shaanker, K. Chandrashekara, A.R.V. Kumar and K.N. Ganeshaiah. 2007. DNA Barcoding: An Exercise in Futility or Utility? Current Science 92(9): 1213-1216.
  • Suhas, S., B.T. Ramesha, G. Ravikanth, P. G. Rajesh, R. Vasudeva, K.N. Ganeshaiah and R. Uma Shaanker. 2007. Chemical profiling of Nothapodytes nimmoniana populations in the Western Ghats, India for anti-cancer compound, camptothecin? Current Science 92(8): 1142-1148.
  • Ramesha, B.T, G. Ravikanth, M. Nageswara Rao, K.N. Ganeshaiah and R. Uma Shaanker. 2007. Genetic structure of rattan, Calamus thwaitesii in core, and buffer and peripheral regions of three protected areas at central Western Ghats, India: Do protected areas serve as refugia for genetic resources of economically important plants? Journal of Genetics 86(1): 9-18.
  • Aravind, N.A., B. Tambat, G. Ravikanth, R. Uma Shaanker and K.N. Ganeshaiah. 2007. Patterns of species discovery in Western Ghats. Journal of Biosciences 32(4): 781-790.
  • Tandon, R., R. Chaudhury and K. R. Shivanna. 2007. Cryopreservation of oil palm pollen. Current Science 92: 182-183.

2006

  • Southworth, J., H. Nagendra and K. D. Munroe. 2006. Introduction to the special issue: Are parks working? Exploring human-environment tradeoffs in protected area conservation. Applied Geography 26(2): 87-95.
  • Das, A., J. Krishnaswamy, K.S. Bawa, M. C. Kiran, V. Srinivas, N. S. Kumar and K. U. Karanth. 2006. Prioritisation of conservation areas in the Western Ghats, India. Biological Conservation 133: 6-31.
  • Devy, M.S., and P. Davidar. 2006. Breeding systems and pollination nodes of understorey shrubs in a medium elevation wet evergreen forest, southern Western Ghats, India. Current Science 90(6): 838-842.
  • Aravind N.A., K.P. Rajshekhar and N.A. Madhaystha. 2006. Land snails of Western Ghats: Diversity, Distribution and Endemicity. Sahyadri E News. (http://wgbis.ces.iisc.ernet.in/biodiversity/).
  • Aravind, N.A., D. Rao, G. Vanaraj, K.N. Ganeshaiah, R. Uma Shaanker and J. G. Poulsen. 2006. Impact of Lantana camara on plant communities at Malé Mahadeshwara reserve forest, South India. In: Invasive alien species and biodiversity in India (eds. Rai, L. C. and J. P. Gaur). Pp. 1-12. Banarus, India: Hindu University.
  • Irfan-Ullah, M., and S. Davande. 2006. Effectiveness of 'Genetic Algorithm for Rule-set Prediction (GARP)' based modeling in predicting Prosopis juliflora invasion - A Case Study. InL Invasive alien species and biodiversity in India (eds. Rai, L.C., and J. P. Gaur). Pp. 125-153. Varanasi, India: Department of Botany, Banarus Hindu University.
  • Shivanna, K.R. 2006. Challenges in sustainable utilization of some of our gum and gum-resin yielding species. In: Bioresource/Biotech and biotechnology in sustainable development CEMDE Delhi University Workshop Manual. Pp 26-28. 3 February 2006.
  • Joshi, P.K., N. Lele and S.P. Agarwal. 2006. Entropy as an indicator of fragmented landscape - Northeast India case study. Current Science 3(91): 276-278.
  • Sinu, P.A., M. Nasser and P.D. Rajan. 2006.Feeding Fauna and Foraging Habits of Tiger Beetles Found in Agro-ecosystems in Western Ghats, India. Biotropica 38: 500-507.
  • Prasad, S., J. Krishnaswamy, R. Chellam and S. P. Goyal. 2006. Ruminant-mediated seed dispersal of an economically valuable tree in Indian dry forests. Biotropica 38: 679-682.
  • Prathapan, K. D., P. D. Rajan, T. C. Narendran, C. A. Viraktamath, K. A. Subramanian, N.A. Aravind and J. Poorani. Biological Diversity Act 2002: Shadow of permit-raj over research. Current Science 91(8):1006-1007.
  • Sridhar, A. 2006. A shift in conservation approach from Orissa, India, July 2006.IOSEA website.
  • Sridhar, A., R. Arthur, D. Goenka, B. Jairaj, T. Mohan, S. Rodriguez and K. Shanker. 2006. Review of the Swaminathan Committee Report on the CRZ Notification, Draft submitted to UNDP, New Delhi. http://www.undp.org.in/dmweb/tsunami. Accessed on 20th May 2006.
  • Krishnaswamy, J., M. Bunyan, V.K. Mehta, N. Jain and K.U. Karanth. 2006. Impact of iron ore mining on suspended sediment response in a tropical catchment in Kudremukh, Western Ghats, India. Forest Ecology and Management 224: 187-198.
  • Narendran, T.C., K. Sudheer, P. A. Sinu and D. R. Priyadarsanan. 2006. A new genus of Chalcidae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea) from Karnataka, India. Journal of Ecobiology 18(2): 155-159.
  • Devy, M.S., and P. Davidar. 2006. Breeding systems and pollination nodes of understorey shrubs in a medium elevation wet evergreen forest, southern Western Ghats, India. Current Science 90(6): 838-842.
  • Bawa, K.S. 2006. Globally dispersed local challenges in conservation biology. Conservation Biology 20(3): 696-699.
  • Perrings, C., L. Jackson, K.S. Bawa, L. Brussaard, S. Brush, T. Gavin, R. Papa, U. Pascual and P. De Ruiter. 2006. Biodiversity in agricultural landscapes: Saving natural capital without losing interest. Conservation Biology 20(2): 263-264.
  • Shanker, K., and B.C. Choudhury. B.C. 2006. In: Sea turtles of the Indian subcontinent. Hyderabad. India: University Press.
  • Shanker, K. 2006. Taxonomic debates are important. Down to Earth 14(18): 49.
  • Shanker, K. 2006. An island away. Down to Earth 14(23): 51.
  • Shanker, K. 2006. A common environmental ethic. Down to Earth 14(21): 51.
  • Shanker, K. 2006. Small empty patches are important. Down to Earth 15(2): 50.
  • Tripathy, B., K. Shanker and B.C Choudhury. 2006. The status of sea turtles and their habitats in the Lakshadweep archipelago, India. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society.
  • Nagendra, H. 2006. Entries in Our Earth's Changing Land: An Encyclopedia of Land-Use and Land-Cover Change, Volumes 1-2 (ed. Helmut Geist). Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.
  • Madhusudhan, M.D., K. Shanker, A. Kumar, C. Mishra, A. Sinha, R. Arthur, A. Datta, M. Rangarajan, R. Chellam, G. Shahabuddin, R. Sankaran, M. Singh, U. Ramakrishnan and P.D. Rajan. 2006. Science in the wilderness: The predicament of scientific research in India's wildlife reserves. Current Science 91(8): 1015-1019.
  • Murugan, R., K.R. Shivanna and R.R. Rao. 2006. Pollination biology of Aristolochia tagala, a rare species of medicinal importance. Current Science 91(6): 795-798.
  • Nagendra, H., S. Pareeth and R. Ghate. 2006. People within parks: Forest villages and fragmentation in the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve, India. Applied Geography 26(2): 96-112.
  • Narendran, T. C., K. Sudheer, P. A. Sinu and P. D. Rajan. 2006. A new genus of Chalcididae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea) from Karnataka, India. Journal of Ecobiology 18: 155-159.
  • Perrings, C., L. Jackson, K. S. Bawa, L. Brussaard, S. Brush, T. Gavin, R. Papa, U. Pascual and P. De Ruiter. 2006. Biodiversity in agricultural landscapes: Saving natural capital without losing interest. Conservation Biology 20: 263-264.
  • Ostrom, E., and H. Nagendra. 2006. Insights on linking forests, trees and people from the air, on the ground and in the lab. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 103: 19224-19331.

2005

  • Narendran, T. C., P. G. Kumar, S. Santhosh and P. A. Sinu. 2005. On a genus and a new species of Eulophidae (Hymenptera: Chalcidoidea) from the paddy fields of Southern India. Zoo's Print Journal 20: 1915-1916.
  • Ganesh, T., and M. S. Devy. 2005. Non-flying mammal pollination systems: Case of Cullenia exarillata Robyns (Bombacaceae) a canopy tree from the wet forests of Western Ghats, India. Current Science 90(12):1674-1679.
  • Unruh, J., H. Nagendra, G.M. Green, B.J. McConnell and N. Vogt. 2005. Cross-continental comparisons: Africa and Asia. In: Seeing the Forest and the Trees: Human-Environment Interactions in Forested Ecosystems (eds. Moran, E., and E. Ostrom). Pp. 303-324. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press.
  • Nagendra, H., B. Karna and M. Karmacharya. 2005. Cutting across space and time: Examining forest co-management in Nepal. Ecology and Society 10(1): 24.
  • Nagendra, H. 2005. Book Review: The Economics of Land Use. In: The International Library of Environmental Economics and Policy (ed. Parks, P.J., and I.W. Hardie). Landscape Research 30(4): 559-571.
  • Oommen, M.A., and K. Shanker. 2005. Regional species richness patterns emerge from multiple local scale mechanisms in Himalayan plants. Ecology 86(11): 3039-3047.
  • Shanker, K., and R. Kutty. 2005. Sailing the flagship fantastic: myth and reality of sea turtle conservation in India. Maritime Studies (Special Issue) 3 (2): 213-240.
  • Shanker, K. 2005. Lessons from Norse Mythology: past diversity, ecology and evolution have significant roles in conservation. Down to Earth 14 (12): 50.
  • Shanker, K. 2005. The holy book and the sacred list: the IUCN's Red List for prioritizing species for protection is beset by serious flaws. Down to Earth 14(15): 50.
  • Shanker, K. 2005. Reconciliation: Lessons in marine ecology. Down to Earth 14(17): 49.
  • Shanker, K, A. Hiremath, and K. Bawa. 2005. Linking biodiversity conservation and livelihoods in India. PloS Biology 3(11): e394.
  • Shanker, K. and A. Sridhar. 2005. Indian Ocean Turtle Newsletter (2).
  • Hiremath, A. J., and B. Sundaram. 2005. The Fire-Lantana cycle hypothesis in Indian forests. Conservation and Society 3(1): 26-42. [Abstract][Full Text]
  • Nagendra, H., B. Karna and M. Karmacharya. 2005. Examining Institutional Change: Social conflict in Nepal's leasehold forestry programme. Conservation and Society 3(1): 72-91.
  • Prasad, S., J. Krishnaswamy, and R. Chellam. 2005. Dispersal of seeds that ruminants regurgitate: Phyllanthus emblica Linn. (Euphorbiaceae) at Rajaji National Park, India. In: Proceedings of the IV International Symposium/Workshop on Frugivores and Seed Dispersal. Pp. 101. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Saha, S., H. BassiriRad and G. Joseph. 2005. Phenology and water relations of tree sprouts and seedlings in a tropical forest of South India. Trees 19: 322-325.
  • Aravind, N.A., K.P. Rajashekhar and N.A. Madhyastha. 2005. Species diversity, endemism and distribution of land snails of the Western Ghats, India. Records of Western Australian Museum, Supplement 68: 31-38.
  • Seema, P. 2005. Land-use strategies for tribals: A socio economic analysis. Economic and Political Weekly 40: 5611-5620.
  • Shanker, K., A.J. Hiremath and K.S. Bawa. 2005. Linking biodiversity conservation and livelihoods in India. PLoS Biology 3(11): 394.
  • Ganesh, T., and P. Davidar. 2005. Fruiting phenology and pre-dispersal seed predation in a rainforest in southern Western Ghats, India. In: Tropical Fruits and Frugivores: The Search for Strong Interactors (eds. J. Lawrence Dew and Jean Philippe Boubli). Pp. 137 - 152. Springer, Netherlands.
  • Sankaran, S., A. Sridhar and B. Tripathy 2005.Orissa Marine Conservation Legislation (available in Oriya and English). ATREE, Bangalore. 20 p.
  • Sridhar A. 2005. Statement on the CRZ Notification and Post Tsunami Rehabilitation in Tamil Nadu. ATREE-UNDP. 40 p.
  • Tripathy, B. 2005. Status of the loggerhead turtle in India. Current Science 88(4): 535-536.
  • Aravind, N.A., J. Manjunath, D. Rao, K.N Ganeshaiah, R. Uma Shaanker and G. Vanaraj. 2005. Are Red Listed species threatened? - A comparative analysis of Red Listed and Non-Red Listed plant species in the Western Ghats, India. Current Science 88: 258-265.
  • Barve, N., M.C. Kiran, G. Vanaraj, N.A. Aravind, D. Rao, R. Uma Shaanker, K.N. Ganeshaiah and J.G. Poulsen. 2005. Measuring and mapping threats to a wildlife sanctuary in south India. Conservation Biology 19: 122-130.
  • Tambat, B., G. Rajanikanth, G. Ravikanth, R. Uma Shaanker, K.N. Ganeshaiah and C.G. Kushalappa. 2005. Seedling mortality in two vulnerable tree species in the sacred groves of Western Ghats, south India. Current Science 88: 350-352.

2004

  • Uma Shaanker, R., K.N Ganeshaiah, Srinivasan K., Ramanatha Rao V. and L.T Hong. 2004. 'Bamboo and Rattans of the Western Ghats: Population biology, Socio-economics and Conservation strategies', ATREE, IPGRI and UAS, Bangalore.
  • Uma Shaanker, R., K.N Ganeshaiah, M. Nageswara Rao and N.A. Aravind. 2004. Ecological consequences of forest use-from genes to ecosystem: A case study at the Biligiri Ranganswamy Temple Wildlife Sanctuary, south India. Conservation and Society 2: 347-364.
  • Uma Shaanker, R,. K.N Ganeshaiah, S. Krishnan, R. Ramya, C, Meera, N.A Aravind, A. Kumar, D. Rao, G. Vanaraj, J. Ramachandra, R. Gauthier, J. Ghazoul, N. Poole and B.V.C. Reddy. 2004. Livelihood gains and ecological costs of non timber forest product dependence: Assessing the roles of dependence, ecological knowledge and market structure in three contrasting human and ecological settings in south India. Environmental Conservation 31: 242-253.
  • Bawa, K., S.R. Seidler and P.H. Raven. 2004. Reconciling conservation paradigms. Conservation Biology 18(4): 859-860.
  • Shivanna, K.R. 2004. Pollen biotechnology for conservation and utilization of plant genetic resources. In: In Vitro Conservation and Cryopreservation of Tropical Fruit Species (eds. Chaudhury, R., R. Pandey, S.K. Malik and B. Mal). Pp 201-213. New Delhi, India: NBPGR/IPGRI Office for South Asia.
  • Verma, A., S. Balachandran, N. Chaturvedi and V. Patil. 2004. A preliminary report on the biodiversity of Mahul Creek, Mumbai, India with special reference to Avifauna. Zoo's Print Journal 19(9): 1599-1605.
  • Chaitra, M.S., K. Vasudevan and K. Shanker. 2004. The biodiversity bandwagon: the splitters have it. Current Science 86: 897-899.
  • Aggarwal, R.K., T.P. Velavan, D. Udaykumar, P.S. Hendre, K. Shanker and L. Singh. 2004. Development and characterization of novel microsatellite markers from the olive ridley sea turtle (Lepidochelys olivacea). Molecular Ecology 4: 77-79
  • Shanker, K., J. Ramadevi, B. C. Choudhury, L. Singh and R. K. Aggarwal. 2004. Phylogeography of Olive Ridley Turtles Lepidochelys olivacea on the East Coast of India: Implications for Conservation Theory. Molecular Ecology 13: 1899-1909.
  • Joseph, G. and R. G. Kelsey. 2004. Ethanol Synthesis and Aerobic Respiration in the Laboratory by Leader Segments of Douglas-Fir Seedlings from Winter and Spring. Journal Expt. Bot. 55: 1095-1103.
  • Uma Shaanker, R., N.A. Aravind and K.N. Ganeshaiah. 2004. Forest Management for Conservation. In: Encyclopedia of forest sciences, Vol. II (eds. Burley, J.J.L., J. Evans and J. A. Youngquist). Pp. 215-224, London, UK: Elsevier Science.
  • Zacharias,M., and P. D. Rajan. 2004. Discothyrea sringerensis (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) a new ant species from India. Zootaxa 484: 1-4.
  • Ravikanth, G., R. Uma Shaanker, K.N. Ganeshaiah and R. Vasudeva. 2004. Molecular Analysis of Semicarpus Kathalenkanensis (Anacardiaceae) - A newly Described Species from the Myristica Swamps of Western Ghats, India. The Indian Forester 130(1): 101-104.
  • Aravind, N.A., R. Uma Shaanker and K.N. Ganeshaiah. 2004. Croak, Croak, Croak: Are There More Frogs to be Discovered in the Western Ghats? 86: 1471-1472.
  • Dutta, S.K., K. Vasudevan, M.S. Chaitra, K. Shanker and R.K. Aggarwal. 2004. Jurassic frogs and the evolution of amphibian endemism in the Western Ghats. Current Science 86: 211-216.
  • Shanker, K., B. Pandav and B.C. Choudhury. 2004. An assessment of the olive ridley turtles (Lepidochelys olivacea) nesting population in Orissa, India. Biological Conservation 115: 149-160.

2003

  • Ganeshaiah, K.N., N. Barve, N. Nath, K. Chandrashekara, M. Swamy and R. Uma Shaanker. 2003. Predicting the potential geographical distribution of the sugacane woolly aphid using GARP and DIVA -GIS. Current Science 85(11): 1526-28.
  • Saha, S., and A.J. Hiremath. 2003. Anthropogenic fire in India: a tale of two forests. Arid Lands Newsletter 54.
  • Krishnaswamy, J., M.C. Kiran and K.N. Ganeshaiah. Tree model based eco-climatic vegetation classification and fuzzy mapping in diverse tropical deciduous ecosystems using multi-season NDVI. International Journal of Remote Sensing 25(6): 1185-1205.
  • Hiremath, A.J., G.C. Joseph and R. Uma Shaanker. 2003. Proceedings of the Conference on Policies, Management, Utilization and Conservation of Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) in the South Asia Region. ATREE and FAO.
  • Purushothaman, S., and S. Viswanath. 2003. Economics of NTFP valuation under different stakeholder scenarios in dry deciduous forest tracts of Peninsular India. In: Proceedings of the Conference on Policies Management, Utilization and Conservation of Non-timber forest products in South Asia Region (eds. Hiremath, A., G. Joseph and R.U Shaanker). Pp.53-56. Bangalore, India: ATREE and FAO.
  • Shanker, K., B.C. Choudhury and H.A. Andrews. 2003. Sea turtle conservation: Beach Management and hatchery programmes. A GOI UNDP Project Manual. Tamil Nadu, India: Centre for Herpetology/Madras Crocodile Bank Trust.
  • Tripathy, B., K. Shanker and B.C. Choudhury. 2003. Sea turtles and their nesting habitats along the Andhra coast, India: status and conservation needs. Oryx 37: 454-463.
  • Shanker, K. 2003. Battles Over Nature. In: V (eds. Saberwal and M. Rangarajan). Pp. 71-73. Seminar 530. October 2003.
  • Shanker, K. 2003. Seeking a brighter horizon. Srishti: 22-30.
  • Shanker, K. 2003. Using wildlife: farming out the problem. Down to Earth12(7): 53.
  • Shivanna, K.R. 2003. Management of honeybees for pollination services: A low-tech, eco-friendly approach to improve crop productivity. Botanica 53: 1-7.
  • Tandon, R., K.R. Shivanna and H.Y. Mohan Ram. 2003. Reproductive biology of Butea monosperma (Fabaceae). Ann Bot 92: 715-723.
  • Kelsey, R.G., and G. Joseph. 2003. Ethanol in ponderosa pine as an indicator of physiological injury from fire and its relationship to secondary beetles. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33: 870-884.
  • Narendran, T.C., and P.A. Sinu. 2003. A new genus and a new species of Eulophidae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea) from India. Zoos' Print Journal 18(3): 1031-1033.
  • Narendran, T.C., M. Hayat and P.A. Sinu. 2003. A new species and a new record of genus Australomymar Girault (Hymenoptera: Mymaridae) from the Oriental Region. Zoos' Print Journal 18(4): 1059-1060.
  • Sinha, B., P.S. Ramakrishnan, T. Bhadauria, K.G. Saxena and R.K. Maikhuri. 2003. Impact of landscape modification on earthworm diversity in Hariyali sacred landscape, Garhwal Himalaya. Pedobiologia 47(4): 357-370.
  • Kang, H., and K.S. Bawa. 2003. Effects of Successional Status, Habit, Sexual Systems, and Pollinators on Flowering Patterns in Tropical Rain Forest Trees. American Journal of Botany 90: 865-876.
  • Zacharias, M., and P. D. Rajan. 2003. Pipilika: An identification and information system for the ant fauna of South India, Building Capacity in Biodiversity information Sharing (ed. Junko Shimura). 94-98.
  • Devy, M. S., and Priya Davidar. 2003. Pollination systems of trees in Kakachi, a mid-elevation wet evergreen forest in western ghats, India. American Journal of Botany 90(4): 650-657.
  • K.S. Murali, A. Kavitha and R.P. Harish. Spatial patterns of tree and shrub species diversity in Savanadurga State Forest, Karnataka. Current science 84(6): 808-813.
  • Ganesan, R. Identification distribution and conservation of Phyllanthus indofischeri, another source of Indian gooseberry. Current Science 84: 1515-1518.

2002

  • Ravikanth, G., R. Uma Shaanker and K.N. Ganeshaiah. 2002. Identification of hot spots of species richness and genetic variability in rattans - an approach using GIS and molicular tools. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter 132: 17-21.
  • Bawa K., J. Rose, K.N. Ganeshaiah, N. Barve, M.C. Kiran, and R. Umashaanker. 2002. Assessing Biodiversity from Space: An Example from the Western Ghats, India. Conservation Ecology 6(2): article 7.
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  • Hiremath, A.J., J.J. Ewel and T.G. Cole. 2002. Productivity, nutrient retention, and nutrient use efficiency in three fast - growing tropical trees. Forest Science 48: 662-672.
  • Talukdar, B.K. 2002. Tiger Predation of Rhino Calves at Kaziranga National Park, Assam. Tiger Paper 29: 18-20.
  • Talukdar, B.K. 2002. Dedication leads to reduced rhino poaching in Assam in recent years. Pachyderm 33: 58-63.
  • Aravind, N.A., N. Barve, R. Uma Shaanker, J. Poulsen and K.N Ganeshaiah. 2002. Mapping human induced threat to a Sanctuary, India. ETFRN News 36: 41-43.
  • Bawa, K.S., J. Rose, K.N. Ganeshaiah, M.C. Kiran, N. Barve and R. Uma Shaanker. 2002. Assessing Biodiversity from Space: An example from the Western Ghats, India. Conservation Ecology 6(2): 7.
  • Chettri, N. 2002. Impact of tourism on biodiversity: A case study from the Sikkim Himalayas, India. In: South Asian Perspectives in Eco-tourism and Conservation (eds. Krishnan, A.P., P.D. Rai and J. Subba). Pp. 157-169. Gangtok, India: ECOSS.
  • Chettri, N., E. Sharma, D.C. Deb and R.C. Sundriyal. 2002. Effect of firewood extraction on tree structure, regeneration, and woody biomass productivity in a trekking corridor of the Sikkim Himalaya. Mountain Research and Development 22: 150-158.
  • Davidar, P., K. Yoganand, T. Ganesh and M.S. Devy. 2002. Distribution of forest birds and butterflies in the Andaman Islands, Bay of Bengal; nested patterns and processes. Ecography 25: 5-16.
  • Bawa, K.S. 2002. Impact of Global Changes on the Reproductive Biology of Trees in Tropical Dry Forests. In: Biodiversity Conservation in Costa Rica: Learning the Lessons in a Seasonal Dry Forest (eds. Frankie, G., B. Vinson and N. Zamora). Pp 38-47. Berkeley, California: University of California.
  • Ganeshaiah, K.N., R. Uma Shaanker, N. Barve, M.C. Kiran, K.S. Bawa and V. Ramanatha Rao. 2002. In Situ conservation of forest genetic resources at regional level: Two complementary programs using GIS approach. In: Managing Plant Genetic Diversity Engels (eds. J.M.M., Ramanatha Rao, V., A.H.D. Brown and M.T. Jackson). Pp. 413-423. Wallingford, Oxon, UK: CABI Pub.
  • Ganeshaiah, K. N., R. Uma Shaanker, N. Barve, M.C. Kiran, K.S. Bawa and V. Ramanatha Rao. 2002. In Situ conservation of forest genetic resources at regional level: Two complementary programs using GIS approach. In: Managing Plant Genetic Diversity (eds. Engels, J. M. M., V. Ramanatha Rao, A.H.D. Brown, and M.T. Jackson). Pp. 413-423. Wallingford, Oxon, UK: CABI Pub.
  • Hiremath, A.J., J.J. Ewel and T.G. Cole. 2002. Nutrient use efficiency in three fast- growing tropical trees. Forest Science 48: 662-672.
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  • Krishnaswamy, J., and D.D. Richter. 2002. Properties of advanced-weathering stage soils in Tropical Forests and Pastures. Soil Science Society of America Journal 66: 244-253.
  • Krishnaswamy, J., M. Bunyan, V.K. Mehta, N. Patil, S. Naveenkumar and K.U. Karanth. 2002. Impact of iron-ore mining in Kudremukh on the Bhadra river ecosystem. In: Hydrology and Watershed Services in the Western Ghats: Effects of Land-Cover and Land-Use Change (eds. Krishnaswamy, J., S. Lele and R. Jayakumar). New Delhi, India: Tata-McGraw-Hill.
  • Ravikanth, G., R. Uma Shaanker and K.N. Ganeshaiah. 2002. Identification of hot spots of species richness and genetic variability in rattans - an approach using GIS and molecular tools. Plant Genetic Resources Newsletter 132: 17-21.
  • Seidler, R., and K.S. Bawa. 2002. Uncertainty and biodiversity conservation. pp: 175-192 In: Precaution, Environmental Science, and Preventive Public Policy (ed. Tickner, J.). Island Press.
  • Ganeshaiah, K.N., R. Uma Shaanker, R. and K.S. Bawa (eds). Tropical Ecosystems: Structure, Diversity and Human welfare. Pp. 85-88. New Delhi, India: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
  • Sinha, A., and K.S. Bawa. 2002. Harvesting techniques, hemiparasites and fruit production in two nontimber forest tree species in south India. Forest Ecology and Management 168: 289-300.
  • Sinha, A., and K.S. Bawa. 2002. Harvesting techniques, hemiparasites and fruit production in two non timber forest tree species in south India. Forest Ecology and Management168: 289-30.
  • Talukdar, B.K. 2002. Dedication leads to reduced rhino poaching in Assam in recent years. Pachyderm 33: 58-63.
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  • Talukdar, B.K. 2002. Tiger Predation of Rhino Calves at Kaziranga National Park, Assam. Tiger Paper 29: 18-20

2001

  • Bawa, K.S., J. Rose, K.N. Ganeshaiah, M.C. Kiran, B. Narayani and R.U. Shaanker. 2001. Mapping biodiversity from the sky. In: Tropical Ecosystems: Structure, Diversity and Human Welfare (eds. Ganeshaiah, K.N., R.U. Shaanker and K.S. Bawa). Pp: 523-525. New Delhi, India: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
  • Bawa, K.S., R.U. Shaanker and K.N. Ganeshaiah. 2001. Conserving tropical forest genetic resources: Threats and mitigation strategies. In: Forest Genetic Resources: Status, Threats, and Conservation Strategies (eds. Ganeshaiah, K.N., R.U. Shaanker and K.S. Bawa). Pp: 303-307. New Delhi, India: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
  • Davidar, P., K. Yoganand and T. Ganesh. 2001. Distribution of forest birds in the Andaman Islands: importance of key habitats. Journal of Biogeography 28: 663-671.
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  • Devy, M.S., and C. Livingstone. 2001. Interactions between social bees and their food plants in a rainforest canopy of Western Ghats. In: Tropical Ecosystems: Structure, Diversity and Human welfare (eds. Ganeshaiah, K.N., R. Uma Shaanker and K.S. Bawa). Pp. 420-422. New Delhi, India: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
  • Ganesan, R., and C. Livingstone. 2001. Check list of orchids from wet evergreen forests of Kakachi and Kodayar. Zoos Print Journal 16: 445-446.
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  • Ganesh, T., and P. Davidar. 2001.Dispersal modes of tree species in the wet forests of southern Western Ghats. Current Science 80: 394-399.
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  • Ganesh, T., M.S. Devy and P. Davidar. 2001. Pollination and fruit dispersal in the wet forests of the southern Western Ghats. In: Tropical Ecosystems: Structure, Diversity and Human welfare (eds. Ganeshaiah, K.N. R. Uma Shaanker and K.S. Bawa). Pp. 363-365. New Delhi, India: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
  • Ganeshaiah, K.N., B. Shivaraj, N. Barve, M.C. Kiran and R. Uma Shaanker. 2001. Mapping forests based on their biological diversity to identify the conservation sites: a case study from Udupi and South Canara districts of Karnataka. Journal of Indian Institute of Science 80: 531-536.
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  • Ganeshaiah, K.N., R. Uma Shaanker and M.N. Rao. 2001. Genetic diversity of medicinal plant species in deciduous forest of South India: Impact of harvesting and other anthropogenic pressures. Journal of Plant Biology 28: 91-97.
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  • Ganeshaiah, K.N., R. Uma Shaanker, N. Barve, M.C. Kiran and K.S. Bawa. 2001. A regional approach for the conservation of the biological diversity of the Western Ghats. In: Tropical Ecosystems: Structure, Diversity and Human welfare (eds. Ganeshaiah, K.N., R. Uma Shaanker and K.S. Bawa). Pp. 552-556. New Delhi, India: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
  • Ganeshaiah, K.N., R. Uma Shaanker, S. Padmini and M.N. Rao. 2001. Genetic diversity of Phyllanthus emblica in tropical forests of south India: Impact of Anthropogenic Pressures. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 13: 297-310.
  • Ganeshaiah, K.N., R.U.Shaanker and K.S. Bawa. 2001. Conservation of forest genetic resources of a region: Combining species-centered and ecosystem-based approaches. In: Forest Genetic Resources: Status, Threats, and Conservation Strategies (eds. Ganeshaiah, K.N., Shaanker, R.U., K.S. Bawa). Pp: 273-281. New Delhi, India: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
  • Hiremath, A.J., and J.J. Ewel. 2001. Diversity and ecosystem functioning in managed tropical communities. In: Tropical Ecosystems: Structure, Diversity and Human welfare (eds. Ganeshaiah, K.N., R. Uma Shaanker and K.S. Bawa). Pp. 465-468. New Delhi: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
  • Krishnaswamy, J., P. Halpin and D.D. Richter. 2001. Dynamics of sediment discharge in relation to land-use and hydro-climatology in a tropical, humid watershed. Journal of Hydrology 253: 91-109.
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  • Krishnaswamy, J., D.D. Richter, P. Halpin and M. Hofmockel. 2001. Spatial Patterns of Suspended Sediment Yields in a Humid Tropical Watershed in Costa Rica. Hydrological Processes 15: 2237-2257.
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  • Lele, S., V. Srinivasan and K.S. Bawa. 2001. Returns to investment in conservation: Disaggregated benefit-cost analysis of the creation of wildlife sanctuary. In: Tropical Ecosystems: Structure, Diversity and Human welfare (eds. K.N. Ganeshaiah, R. Uma Shaanker and K.S. Bawa). Pp. 31-33. New Delhi, India: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
  • Menon, S., K.S. Bawa, K.N. Ganeshaiah and R.U. Shaanker. 2001. Land-use change and conservation priorities in the Western Ghats. In: Tropical Ecosystems: Structure, Diversity and Human Welfare (eds. Ganeshaiah, K.N., R.U. Shaanker and K.S. Bawa). Pp: 549-551. New Delhi, India: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
  • Murali, K.S. and R. Siddappa Setty. 2001. Effect of weeds lantana camara and chromelina odorata growth on the species diversity, regeneration and stem density of tree and shrub layer in BRT sanctuary. Current Science 80: 675-678.
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  • Prasad, S., R. Chellam and J. Krishnaswamy. 2001. Fruit removal patterns and dispersal of Emblica officinalis (Euphorbiaceae) at Rajaji National Park, India. In: Tropical Ecosystems: Structure, Diversity and Human welfare (eds. Ganeshaiah, K.N., R. Uma Shaanker and K.S. Bawa). Pp. 513-516. New Delhi, India: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
  • Rao Nageswara, M., M. Anuradha, K.N. Ganeshaiah and R. Uma Shaanker 2001. Protected areas as refugees for genetic resource: Are sandal genetic resources safe in our sanctuaries? In: Tropical Ecosystems: Structure, Diversity and Human welfare (eds. Ganeshaiah, K.N., R. Uma Shaanker and K.S. Bawa). Pp. 121-124. New Delhi, India: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
  • Rao, D., and G. Poyyamoli. 2001. Role of structural requirements in website selection of Cyrtophora cicatrosa Stoliczka (Araneae: Araneidae). Current Science 81: 678-680.
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  • Rastogi, A., and N. Chettri. 2001. Extended biodiversity hotspot analysis: A case of Eastern Himalayan region, India. In: Tropical Ecosystems: Structure, Diversity and Human welfare (eds. Ganeshaiah, K.N., R. Uma Shaanker and K.S. Bawa). Pp. 622-628. New Delhi, India: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
  • Seidler, R., and K.S. Bawa. 2001. Logged forests. In: Encyclopedia of Biodiversity Volume 3 (ed. Levin, S.). Pp. 747-759. New York, New York, USA: Academic Press.
  • Setty, R.S., K.S. Bawa and J. Bommaiah. 2001. Participatory research monitoring for non-timber forest products in Biligiri Rangaswamy Temple wildlife sanctuary, Karnataka, India. In: Tropical Ecosystems: Structure, Diversity and Human welfare (eds. Ganeshaiah, K.N., R. Uma Shaanker and K.S. Bawa). Pp. 85-88. New Delhi, India: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
  • Uma Shankar, R., S.D. Lama and K.S. Bawa. 2001. Ecology and Economics of Domestication of Non-Timber Forest Products: An Illustration of Broomgrass in Darjeeling Himalaya. Journal of Tropical Forest Science 13: 171-191.
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  • Sinha, A., and K.S. Bawa. 2001. Impacts of anthropogenic pressures on population dynamics, demography, and sustainable use of forest species in the Western Ghats, India. In: Tropical Ecosystems: Structure, Diversity and Human welfare (eds. Ganeshaiah, K.N., R. Uma Shaanker and K.S. Bawa). Pp. 101-103. New Delhi, India: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
  • Uma Shaanker, R., K.N. Ganeshaiah, M.N. Rao and G. Ravikanth. 2001. Forest Gene Banks: a new approach to conserving forest tree genetic resources. In: Managing Plant Genetic Diversity (eds. Engels, J.M.M., and V. Ramanatha Rao). Pp. 229-235. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: CABI publishing.
  • Vanaraj, G. 2001. Observations on debarking of trees by elephants in Biligiri Rangaswamy Temple wildlife sanctuary, Karnataka. Zoos’ Print Journal 16: 484-486.
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  • Aravind, N.A., D. Rao and P.S. Madhusudan 2001. Additions to the birds of Biligiri Rangaswamy Temple Wildlife Sanctuary, Western Ghats, India. Zoos’ Print Journal 16: 541-547.
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  • Badrinarayanan, S., J. Krishnaswamy, S. Lele and K. Chandrashekara. 2001. Consequence of forest conversion to coffee plantations on litter beetle and ant communities. In: Tropical Ecosystems: Structure, Diversity and Human welfare (eds. Ganeshaiah, K.N., R. Uma Shaanker and K.S. Bawa). Pp. 162-166. New Delhi, India: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.
  • Aravind, N. A., and D. Rao. 2001. Biodiversity: An introduction. In: Current Trends In Wildlife Conservation And Management (eds. B.B. Hosetti and M. Venkateshwaralu). Pp. 1-25. New Delhi, India: Daya Book House.
  • Rajan, P.D., K.N. Ganeshaiah, R. Uma Shaanker, T.M. Mushtak Ali, A.R.V. Kumar and K. Chandrashekara. 2001. Impact of human-induced disturbance on the diversity of dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) and ants (Hymenoptera: Formicidaae). Journal of Bombay Natural History Society 96: 106-110.
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  • Aravind, N.A. 2001. Ficus pumila L.: A new host plant of Common Indian Crow (Euploea core Cramer, Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae). Journal of Bombay Natural History Society 102: 129.
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2000

  • Ganesh, T., and S.M. Devy, S.M. 2000. Flower use by arboreal mammals and pollination of a rain forest tree in the south Western Ghats, India. Selbyana 21: 60-65.
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  • Ganeshaiah, K.N., R. Uma Shaanker and K.S. Bawa. 2000. Underlying processes governing genetic differentiation in the Western Ghats. IPGRI FGR Research highlights-July: 20-22.
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  • Ganeshaiah, K.N., R. Uma Shaanker, G. Ravikanth, D. Singh, V.R. Rao and N. Barve. 2000. Mapping the genetic resources of rattans using GIS and molecular tools: a new approach to identify genetic hot spots for in situ conservation. In: Forest Genetic Resources: Status, Threats and Conservation Strategies (eds. Uma Shaanker, R., K.N. Ganeshaiah and K.S. Bawa). Pp 99-113. New Delhi, India: Oxford-IBH.
  • Bawa, K.S., C.S. Jha and S. Dutt. 2000. Deforestation in Western Ghats, India. Current Science 79: 231-238.
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1999

  • Bawa, K. S., S. Lele, K.S. Murali and B. Ganesan. 1999. Extraction of non-timber forest products in Biligiri Rangan Hills, India: Monitoring a community-based project. In: Measuring Conservation Impact: An Interdisciplinary Approach To Project Monitoring And Evaluation. Biodiversity Support Program (eds. Saterson, K., R. Margolius and N. Salafsky). Pp. 89-102. Washington D. C., USA: World Wildlife Fund, Inc.
  • Bawa, K.S. 1999. Prescriptions for conservation. In: Biodiversity Conservation Network Final Stories from the Field. Pp. 48-55. Washington D.C., USA: Biodiversity Support Program.
  • Ganeshaiah, K.N., R. Uma Shaanker, R. Chelvaraju and K. Ravikanth. 1999. Mapping rattan species diversity in South India. IPGRI Newsletter (132).
  • Rajan, P. D. 1999. Ficus superba (Miq.) and F. fergusoni (King) Worthington (Moraceae), two new reports to India. Journal of Bombay Natural Histoty Society 96: 492-493.
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  • Ganesh, T., and P. Davidar. 1999. Fruit biomass and relative abundance of frugivores in a rain forest of southern Western Ghats. Journal of Tropical Ecology 15: 399-413.
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1998

  • Murali, K.S., R. Siddappa Setty, K.N Ganeshaiah and R. Uma Shaanker. 1998. Does forest type classification reflect spatial dynamics of vegetation? An Analysis using GIS techniques. Current Science 75: 220-227.
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1997

  • Bawa, K. S., and S. Menon. 1997. Applications of Geographic Information Systems (GIS), remote sensing, and a landscape ecology approach to biodiversity conservation in the Western Ghats. Current Science (Special issue on Western Ghats - Biodiversity and Conservation) 73: 134-145.
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  • Bawa, K.S., and S. Dayanandan. 1997. Causes of tropical deforestation and institutional constraints to conservation. In: Tropical Rain Forest, A Wider Perspective (ed Goldsmith, B.). Pp: 175-198. London, UK: Chapman and Hall.
  • Bawa, K.S. and M. Gadgil. 1997. Ecosystem services in subsistence economies and conservation. In: Natures Services: Societal Dependence on Natural Ecosystems. Pp: 295-310. Washington, D.C., USA: Island Press.
  • Ganeshaiah, K. N., R. Uma Shaanker and K.S. Bawa. 1997. Diversity of species assemblages of islands: Predictions and their test using tree species composition of shola fragments. Current Science 73: 188-194.
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  • Khoshoo, T.N. 1997. Biodiversity in the Indian Himalayas: Conservation and Utilisation in Pei Shengjie, Biodiversity in the Hindu Kush Himalayas. Pp.x-y. ICIMOD Kathmandu, Nepal.
  • Priyadarsanan, D. R. 1997. Daridryavum Vikasanavum (Poverty and Development). Journal of Quilon Public library (Swarna Jayanthy Special) 11(8&9): 59-61 & 68.
  • Uma Shaanker, R., and K.N Ganeshaiah. 1997. Impact of anthropogenic pressures on forest genetic resources in south India. FORGEN, IPGRI - December: 12
  • Bawa, K. S., R. Uma Shaanker and K.N. Ganeshaiah. 1997. Conservation of forest genetic resources: A research programme for the Western Ghants, India, FORGEN, IPGRI - December: 13-14.