Current position: Resource Person, AzimPremji University, Bangalore Emailchetan.firstname.lastname@example.org Thesis title: Assessing the ecological processes in abandoned tea plantations and its implication for Ecological Restoration in the Western Ghats, India. Degree awarded in March 2013. Publications
Chetana, H. C and T. Ganesh. 2012. Importance of shade trees (Grevillearobusta) in the dispersal of forest tree species in managed tea plantations ofthe southern Western Ghats, India. Journal of Tropical Ecology 28:187-197.
Chetana, H. C, S. Krishnan and T. Ganesh. 2012. Biodiversity regain in abandoned tea plantations. Current Science 102(8): 1089-1090.
Chetana, H. C and T. Ganesh. 2011. After tea what next?Current Conservation 5:3-40-41.
Chetana, H. C and T. Ganesh. 2007. Survey and activity patterns of nocturnal mammals in a fragmented dry deciduous forest of Karnataka. ZOO 22(4): 2644-2647.