Sundaram B., A.J. Hiremath 2011 Lantana camara invasion in a heterogeneous landscape: patterns of spread and correlation with changes in native vegetation. Biological Invasions 14: 1127-1141 (doi: 10.1007/s10530-011-0144-2)
2013 , Invasive species in Indian protected areas: Conserving biodiversity in cultural landscapes , Contributed chapter. Pp. 241-288. In: L. Foxcroft, D.M. Richardson, P. Pysek, and P. Genovesi (eds.). Alien Plant Invasions in Protected Areas. A Global Assessment. Springer.,
Additional Professor of Environmental Studies, Krea University
- Current position: Assistant Professor, AzimPremji University, Bangalore Emailb.firstname.lastname@example.org Thesis title: Patterns and processes of Lantana camara persistence in South Indian tropical dry forests. Degree awarded in June 2011. Publications
- Sundaram, B., S. Krishnan, A.J. Hiremath, G. Joseph. 2012. Ecology and impacts of the invasive species, Lantana camara, in a social-ecological system in South India: Perspectives from local knowledge. Human Ecology 1-12. doi 10.1007/s10745-012-9532-1
- Sundaram, B., and A.J. Hiremath. 2011. Lantana camara invasion in a heterogeneous landscape: patterns of spread and correlation with changes in native vegetation. Biological Invasions 1-15 doi: 10.1007/s10530-011-0144-2
- Hiremath, A. J., B. Sundaram. 2005. The fire-lantana cycle hypothesis in Indian forests. Conservation and Society 3 (1) 26-42.
- Sundaram, B., N. Parthasarathy. 2002. Tree growth, mortality and recruitment in four tropical wet evergreen forest sites of the Kolli hills, Eastern Ghats, India. Tropical Ecology 43 (2): 275-286.