Vivek R.

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Vivek R.
In-charge, Museum and field stations facility, NCBS-TIFR
vivek667@gmail.com
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Thesis title: Effect of habitat alteration on canopy bird and small mammal communities in the wet evergreen forests of the Western Degree awarded in January 2014. Publications

    Sreekar, R., A. Mohan, S. Das, P. Agarwal, R.Vivek. 2013. Natural windbreaks sustain bird diversity in a tea-dominated landscape. PLoS ONE 8(7): e70379. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0070379
    Vivek, R. and T. Ganesh. 2013. Birds of the “canopy”: historical perspective, current trends and future directions. In:Treetops at risk - global conservation and ecology of forest canopies. (eds Lowman, M., M. S.Devy, T. Ganesh). Pp. 201-208. Verlag: Springer.
    Vivek, R. 2012. Treetop treks: ladders and beyond. In:Forest canopies of south Asia - a glimpse. (eds M. SoubadraDevy, T. Ganesh and Amrita Tripathy). Bangalore: ATREE.
    Vivek, R. and Ganesh, T. 2012. Eye-to-eye with birds and small mammals.In: Forest canopies of south Asia - a glimpse. (eds M. SoubadraDevy, T. Ganesh and Amrita Tripathy). Bangalore: ATREE.
    Krishnagopal, A. and R.Vivek. 2012. Getting 'high' in the canopies: In: Forest canopies of south Asia - a glimpse. (eds M. SoubadraDevy, T. Ganesh and Amrita Tripathy). Bangalore: ATREE.
    Vivek, R., Agarwal, P. R., Sreekar, R., 2011. Dusky striped squirrel Funambulussublineatus as a part of mixed-species bird flocks. Indian Birds 7 (2): 51.