Publications

Publications

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

Journal Articles

Sumangala R. C, Rosario S, Charles, B., Ganesh D and Ravikanth G. 2017, Identifying Conservation priority sites for Saraca asoca: An important medicinal plant using ecological Niche models. , Volume 143, Issue 6, June 2017
Chhatre, A., Lakhanpal, S., & Prasanna, S 2017, Heritage as Weapon: Contested Geographies of Conservation and Culture in the Great Himalayan National Park Conservation Area, India., Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 107(2), 456-464.
Lele S 2017, Forest Governance From Co-option and Conflict to Multilayered Governance?, Economic & Political Weekly 52(25-26): 55-58
Srirama R, Santhosh Kumar J. U, Seethapathy G. S, Newmaster S. G, Ragupathy S, Ganeshaiah K. N, Uma Shaanker R, and Ravikanth G 2017, Species Adulteration in the Herbal Trade: Causes, Consequences and Mitigation, August 2017, Volume 40, Issue 8, pp 651–661
R Venkat Ramanujam 2017, Forest Rights in Baiga Chak, Madhya Pradesh, Economic & Political Weekly, vol lIi nos 25 & 26.
Sharath, S. P., Prabhugoud I Biradar, Jagadish, M.R., Shrikant Gunaga, Shiva Prakash K. N., Vasudeva, R and Ravikanth, G 2017, Floristic diversity, threats and restoration of Myristica swamps in Central Western Ghats, Karnataka, Mainstreaming biodiversity for sustainable development, Kerala State Biodiversity Board,
Ramesh, M., Rai, ND. 2017, Trading on conservation: A marine protected area as an ecological fix, Marine Policy, Volume 8, May 2017
Home, C., Pal, R., Sharma, R.K., Suryawanshi, K.R., Bhatnagar, Y.V., and Vanak, A.T. 2017, Commensal in conflict: Livestock depredation patterns by free-ranging domestic dogs in the Upper Spiti Landscape, Himachal Pradesh, India, Ambio:1-12. doi:10.1007/s13280-016-0858-6
Ismail, S. A., Ghazoul, J., Ravikanth, G., Kushalappa, C. G., Uma Shaanker, R. and Kettle, C. J. 2017, Evaluating realized seed dispersal across fragmented tropical landscapes: a two-fold approach using parentage analysis and the neighbourhood model., New Phytologist. doi:10.1111/nph.14427

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