Publications


288Kumar, A., Karanth, K. U., Jathanna, D. (2020) Tigers and leopards coexist despite similarities in space use and habitat selection. CATnews 71: 20-23. http://www.catsg.org/index.php?id=611&L=0%3Fid%3D192%3Fid%3D49%3Fid%3D31%3Fid%3D
287Pucci, R., Shankaraiah, J., Jathanna, D., Karanth, K. U., Subr, K. (2020). WhoAmI: An Automatic Tool for Visual Recognition of Tiger and Leopard Individuals in the Wild. arXiv: 2006.09962. https://arxiv.org/abs/2006.09962
286Lele, A., Arasumani, M., Vishnudas, C. K., Joshi, V., Jathanna, D., V. V. Robin. (2020) Elevation and landscape change drive the distribution of a montane, endemic grassland bird. Ecology and
Evolution. Early view version. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ece3.6500
285Srivathsa, A., Sharma, S., Singh, P., Punjabi, G.A., Oli, M.K. (in press; Mammal Review). A strategic roadmap for conserving the endangered dhole Cuon alpinus in India.
284Chawla, M.M., Srivathsa, A., Singh, P., Majgaonkar, I., Sharma, S., Punjabi, G.A., Banerjee, A. (2020) Do wildlife crimes against less charismatic species go unnoticed? A case study of Golden Jackal Canis aureus Linnaeus, 1758 poaching and trade in India. Journal of Threatened Taxa, 12(4): 15407–15413.
283Srivathsa, A., Majgaonkar, I., Sharma, S., Punjabi, G.A., Singh, P., Chawla, M.M., Banerjee, A. (2020) Opportunities for prioritizing and expanding conservation enterprise in India using a guild of carnivores as flagships. Environmental Research Letters, 15: 064009. https://doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/ab7e50
282Srivathsa, A., Sharma, S., Oli, M.K (2020) Every dog has its prey: Range-wide assessment of links between diet patterns, livestock depredation, and human interactions for an endangered carnivore. Science of the Total Environment, 714: 136798. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.136798
281Athreya V, Isvaran K, Odden M, Linnell JDC, Kshettry A, Krishnaswamy J, Karanth UK. 2020. The impact of leopards (Panthera pardus) on livestock losses and human injuries in a human-use landscape in Maharashtra, India. PeerJ 8:e8405 https://doi.org/10.7717/ peerj.8405
280Kshettry, A., Vaidyanathan, S., Sukumar, R., Athreya, V., 2020. Looking beyond protected areas: Identifying conservation compatible landscapes in agro-forest mosaics in north- eastern India. Global Ecology and Conservation. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gecco. 2020.e00905
279Lele, A., Arasumani, M., Vishnudas, C. K., Jathanna, D., Robin, V. V. (2019) Local extinction of a montane, endemic grassland bird driven by landscape change across its global distribution. BioRxiv 695536. https://www.biorxiv.org/content/10.1101/695536v1.full
278Goswami, V. R., Yadava, M. K., Vasudev, D., Prasad, P. K., Sharma, P., Jathanna, D. (2019). Towards a reliable assessment of Asian elephant population parameters: the application of
photographic spatial capture–recapture sampling in a priority floodplain ecosystem. Scientific Reports 9: 8578. https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-019-44795-y.pdf?origin=ppub
277Puri, M., Srivathsa, A., Karanth, K.K., Patel, I., Kumar, N.S. (2019) The balancing act: Maintaining leopard–wild prey equilibrium could offer economic benefits to people in a shared forest landscape of central India. Ecological Indicators, 110: 105931. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolind.2019.105931
276Singh, P., Srivathsa, A., Macdonald, D.W. (2019) Conservation status of the dhole Cuon alpinus in north-east India, with a focus on Dampa Tiger Reserve, Mizoram. Oryx, 1–5. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0030605319000255
275Srivathsa, A., Puri, M., Karanth, K.K., Patel, I., Kumar, N.S. (2019) Examining human–carnivore interactions using a socio-ecological framework: Sympatric wild canids in India as a case study. Royal Society Open Science, 6: 182008. https://doi.org/10.1098/rsos.182008
274MajgaonkarI, Vaidyanathan S, Srivathsa A, Shivakumar S, Limaye S, Athreya V. 2019 Distortion of inferences and undue exaggeration of study limitations: Response to Shrotriya et al. Conservation Science and Practice. https://doi.org/10.1111/ csp2.135
273Majgaonkar, I., Vaidyanathan, S., Srivathsa, A., Shivakumar, S., Limaye, S., Athreya, A. (2019) Land‐sharing potential of large carnivores in human‐modified landscapes of western India. (2019) Conservation Science and Practice. https://doi.org/10.1111/csp2.34
272McClanahan TR, Darling ES, Maina JM, Muthiga NA, D’agata S, Jupiter SD, Arthur R, Wilson SK, Mangubhai S, Nand Y, Ussi AM, Humphries AT, Patankar VJ, Guillaume MMM, Keith SA, Shedrwawi G, Julis P, Grimsditch G, Ndagala J, Leblond J (2019) Temperature patterns and mechanisms influencing coral bleaching during the 2016 El Niño., Nature Climate Change: 1-7. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41558-019-0576-8
271Darling ES, McClanahan TR, Maina JM, Gurney GA, Graham NAJ, Januchowski-Hartley F, Cinner JE, Mora C, Hicks CC, Maire E, Puotinen M, Skirving WJ, Adjeroud M, Ahmadia G, Arthur R, Bauman A, Beger M, Berumen M, Bigot L, Bouwmeester J, Brenier A, Bridge T, Brown E, Campbell S, Cannon S, Cauvin B, Chen C, Claudet J, Denis V, Donner S, Estradivari E, Fadli N, Feary D, Fenner D, Fox H, Franklin E, Friedlander A, Gilmour J, Goiran C, Guest J, Hobbs J, Hoey A, Houk P, Johnson S, Jupiter S, Kayal M, Kuo C, Lamb J, Lee M, Low J, Muthiga N, Muttaqin E, Nand Y, Nash K, Nedlic O, Pandolfi J, Pardede S, Patankar V, Penin L, Ribas-Deulofeu L, Richards Z, Roberts T, Rodgers K, Safuan C, Sala E, Shedrawi G, Sin T, Smallhorn-West P, Smith J, Sommer B, Steinberg P, Sutthacheep M, Tan C, Williams G, Wilson S, Yeemin T, Bruno JF, Fortin MJ, Krkosek M and D Mouillot. (2019). Social-environmental drivers inform strategic management of coral reefs in the Anthropocene. Nature Ecology and Evolution, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-019-0953-8
270Patankar, VJ (2019). Attitude, perception and awareness of stakeholders towards the protected marine species in the Andaman Islands. Ocean & Coastal Management, 179, 104830. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2019.104830
269Patankar, V., Wagh, T., Tyabji, Z. (2019) Observations on the female flowers and fruiting of Tape Grass Enhalus acoroides from South Andaman Islands, India. Journal of threatened taxa. https://doi.org/10.11609/jott.4253.11.5.13617-13621
268Patankar, V., Wagh, T., Marathe, A. N. (2019) Protected areas and benthic characteristics influencethe distribution of the Vulnerable bumpheadparrotfish Bolbometopon muricatum in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, India. Oryx. doi:10.1017/S0030605318000376
267Srivathsa, A., Karanth, K. U., Kumar, N. S., Oli, M. K. (2019) Insights from distribution dynamics inform strategies to conserve a dhole Cuon alpinus metapopulation in India. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-39293-0
266Gardner, B., Sollmann, R., Kumar, N. S., Jathanna, D., & Karanth, K. U. (2018). State space and movement specification in open population spatial capture–recapture models. Ecology and evolution, 8(20), 10336-10344.
265Thaker, M., Zambre, A., and Bhosale, H. (2018) Wind farms have cascading impacts on ecosystems across trophic levels. Nature Ecology & Evolution. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1038/s41559-018-0707-z
264Majgaonkar, I., Bowden, Christpher G., Quader, Suhel. (2018) Nesting success and nest-site selection of white-rumped vultures (Gyps bengalensis) in western Maharastra, India. Journal of Raptor Research, 52(4):431-442
263Ahrestani, F., Kumar, N.S., Vaidyanathan, S., Hiby, L., Jathanna, D., Karanth, K.U. (2018) Estimating densities of large herbivores in tropical forests: Rigorous evaluation of a dung‐based method. Ecology and Evolution. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.4227
262Athreya, V., Pimpale, S., Borkar, A., Surve, N., Chakravarty, S., Ghosalkar, M., Patwardhan, A., Linnel, j. (2018) Monsters or Gods? Narratives of large cat worship in western India. CATnews. Spring 2018
261Jumani, S., Rao, S., Kelkar, N., Machado, S., Krishnaswamy, J., & Vaidyanathan, S. (2018) Fish community responses to stream flow alternations and habit modifications by small hydropower projects in the Western Ghats biodiversity hotspot, India. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. https://doi.org/10.1002/aqc.2904
260Puri, M., Karanth, K.K., & Brijesh Thapa. (2018) Trends and pathways for cotourism research in India. Journal of Ecotourism. https://doi.org/10.1080/14724049.2018.1474885
259Kshettry, A., Vaidyanathan, S., & Athreya, V. (2018) Diet selection of leopards (Panthera pardus) in a human-use landscape in North-Eastern India. Tropical Conservation Science, Volume I: 1-9
258Karanth, K.K., & Surendhra, A. (2018) Species and Sites Matter: Understanding human-wildlife interactions from 5000 surveys in India. Conservation and Development in India: Reimagining Wilderness. Pp 61-82. Rutledge Taylor and Francis. London & New York.
257Johnson, M., Karanth, K.K., Weinthal, E. (2018) Compensation as a policy for mitigating human-wildlife conflict around four wildlife sanctuaries in Rajasthan, India. Conservation and Society.
256Chang, C. H., Karanth, K.K., Robbins, P.R. (2018) Distinct differences in biodiversity and socioeconomic values of arabica and robusta coffee plantations in India’s Western Ghats. Scientific Reports. 8:3143 DOI:10.1038/s41598-018-21401-1
255Srivathsa, A., Puri, M., Kumar, N.S., Jathanna, D., Karanth, K.U. (2018) Substituting space for time: Empirical evaluation of spatial replication as a surrogate for temporal replication in occupancy modelling. Journal of Applied Ecology. 55: 754–765 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/2041-210X.12892
254Karanth, K., Jain, S., & Weinthal, E. (2017). Human–wildlife interactions and attitudes towards wildlife and wildlife reserves in Rajasthan, India. Oryx. 1-9 doi:10.1017/S0030605317001028
253Nichols, J.D., Karanth, K.U., Gopalaswamy, A.M., Reddy, G.V. & Miquelle, D.G. (2017) Informed decision processes for tiger conservation: a vision for the future. Methods for Monitoring Tiger and Prey Populations (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp.288-303. Springer Nature, Singapore.
252Vasudev, D., Nichols, J.D., Ramakrishnan, U., Ramesh, K. & Vaidyanathan, S. (2017) Assessing landscape connectivity for tigers and prey species. Methods for Monitoring Tiger and Prey Populations (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp.255-288. Springer Nature, Singapore.
251Mondol, S., Ramakrishnan, U., Smith, O. & Jathanna, D. (2017) Concepts and practices: Assessing tiger population dynamics using genetic captures. Methods for Monitoring Tiger and Prey Populations (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp.225-246. Springer Nature, Singapore.
250Karanth, K.U., Nichols, J.D., Harihar, A., Miquelle, D.D., Kumar, N.S. & Dorazio, R.M. (2017) Field practices: Assessing tiger population dynamics using photographic captures. Methods for Monitoring Tiger and Prey Populations (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp.191-224. Springer Nature, Singapore.
249Royle, J.A., Gopalaswamy, A.M., Dorazio, R.M., Nichols, J.D., Jathanna, D., Parameshwaran, R. & Karanth, K.U. (2017) Concepts: assessing tiger population dynamics using capture-recapture sampling. Methods for Monitoring Tiger and Prey Populations (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp.163-190. Springer Nature, Singapore.
248Dorazio, R.M., Kumar, N.S., Royle, J.A. & Gopalaswamy, A.M. (2017) Concepts and practices: Estimating abundance of prey using hierarchical model-based approaches. Methods for Monitoring Tiger and Prey Populations (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp.137-162. Springer Nature, Singapore.
247Kumar, N.S., Harihar, A., O’Kelly, H.J. & Pattanavibool, A. (2017) Field practices: Estimating abundance of prey using line transect sampling. Methods for Monitoring Tiger and Prey Populations (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp.121-136. Springer Nature, Singapore.
246Strindberg, S., Kumar, N.S., Thomas, L. & Goswami, V.R. (2017) Concepts: Estimating abundance of prey using line transects sampling. Methods for Monitoring Tiger and Prey Populations (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp.89-120. Springer Nature, Singapore.
245Kumar, N.S., Puri, M., Miquelle, D.G, Pattanavibool, A., Harihar, A., Sunarto, S., Vaidyanathan, S. & Karanth, K.U. (2017) Field practices: Assessing tiger habitat occupancy dynamics. Methods for Monitoring Tiger and Prey Populations (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp.71-88. Springer Nature, Singapore.
244Nichols, J.D., Goswami, V.R., Parameshwaran, R., Dey, S. & Karanth, K.U. (2017) Concepts: assessing tiger habitat occupancy dynamics. Methods for Monitoring Tiger and Prey Populations (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp.47-70. Springer Nature, Singapore.
243Nichols, J.D., Karanth, K.U., Gopalaswamy, A.M. & Delampady, M. (2017) Animal population monitoring: A unified conceptual framework. Methods for Monitoring Tiger and Prey Populations (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp.35-46. Springer Nature, Singapore.
242Karanth, K.U., Goodrich, J.M., Miquelle, D.G., Ramesh, K., Harihar, A., Pattanavibool, A., Sunarto, S., Rayan,M.,D. & Thapa, K. (2017) Tiger ecology in relation to monitoring issues. Methods for Monitoring Tiger and Prey Populations (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp.15-34. Springer Nature, Singapore.
241Karanth, K.U., Nichols, J.D., Goodrich, J.M., Reddy, G.V., Mathur, V.B., Wibisono, H.T., Sunarto, S., Pattanavibool, A., & Gumal, M. (2017) Role of monitoring in global tiger conservation. Methods for Monitoring Tiger and Prey Populations (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp. 1-14. Springer Nature, Singapore.
240Miller, J., Linnell, J., Athreya, V., and Subharanjan Sen. (2017) Human-wildlife conflict in India. Economic and Political Weekly. 52(45): 23-25
239Ramachandran P, Devarajan K. (2017) ViXeN: An open-source package for managing multimedia data. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/2041-210X.12892
238Hathaway, S. R., Bryant, M. AE., Draheim, M. M., Vinod, P., Limaye, S., and Athreya, V. (2017) From Fear to understanding: changes in media representations of leopard incidences after media awareness workshops in Mumbai, India. Journal of Urban Ecology 3(1), 1-7
237Patankar, V., D’Souza, E. and Marathe, A. (2017) Latitude and live coral cover independently affect Chaetodontid and Pomacanthid fish community distribution in the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago, India. Marine Biodiversity. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12526-017-0790-4
236Karanth, K. K, and Kudalkar, S. (2017). History, Location, and Species Matter: Insights for Human-Wildlife Conflict Mitigation from India. Human Dimensions of Wildlife. 22: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10871209.2017.1334106
235Dorazio RM, Karanth, K.U. (2017) A hierarchical model for estimating the spatial distribution and abundance of animals detected by continuous-time recorders. PLOS ONE 12(5): e0176966.
234Kshettry. A., Vaidyanathan S, Athreya, V. (2017). Leopard in a tea-cup: A study of leopard habitat-use and human-leopard interactions in north-eastern India. PLOS ONE 12(5): e0177013.
233Siddiqui, I., and Vasudev, D. (2017). Impending recovery of a tiger population in Telangana following increased protection. Oryx. 51 (2), 203-204
232Dey, S., Delampady, M., Ravishankar, P., Kumar, S.N., Srivathsa, A., and Karanth, K.U. (2017). Bayesian Methods for Estimating Animal Abundance at Large Spatial Scales Using Data From Multiple Sources. Journal of Agricultural Biological and Environmental Statistics. doi: 10.1007/s13253-017-0276-7
231Ramachandran, R., Kumar, A., Sundar, K. S. G., & Bhalla, R. S. (2017). Hunting or habitat? Drivers of waterbird abundance and community structure in agricultural wetlands of southern India. Ambio, 1-8.
230Karanth, K.U., Srivathsa, A., Vasudev, D., Puri, M., Parameshwaran, R., and Kumar, S.N. (2017). Spatio-temporal interactions facilitate large carnivore sympatry across a resource gradient. Proceedings of the Royal Society-Biology, 284: 20161860
229Srivathsa, A., Kumar, S.N. and Karanth, K.U. (2017). Home range size of the dhole from camera-trap surveys. Canid Biology & Conservation, 20(1), 1-4
228Ripple, W.J., Chapron, G., López-Bao, J.V., Durant, S.M., Macdonald, D.W., Lindsey, P.A., Bennett, E.L., Beschta, R.L., Bruskotter, J.T., Campos-Arceiz, A., Corlett, R.T., Darimont, C.T., Dickman, A.J., Dirzo, R., Dublin, H.T., Estes, J.A., Everatt, K.T., Galetti, M., Goswami, V.R., Hayward, M.W., Hedges, S., Hoffmann, M., Hunter, L.T.B., Kerley, G.I.H., Letnic, M., Levi, T., Maisels, F., Morrison, J.C., Nelson, M.P., Newsome, T.M., Painter, L., Pringle, R.M., Sandom, C.J., Terborgh, J., Treves, A., Van Valkenburgh, B., Vucetich, J.A., Wirsing, A.J., Wallach, A.D., Wolf, C., Woodroffe, R., Young, H. & Zhang, L. (2017). Conserving the World’s Megafauna and Biodiversity: The Fierce Urgency of Now. Bioscience. 67 (3): 197-200
227Muthanna, P.M., Vasudev, D. & Karanth, K. U. (2017) Leveraging public funding to secure a protected area in the western ghats, India. Oryx, 51(1), 16-17.
226Goswami, V.R. & Vasudev, D. (2017) Triage of Conservation Needs: The Juxtaposition of Conflict Mitigation and Connectivity Considerations in
Heterogeneous, Human-Dominated Landscapes. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 4. 4:144. doi: 10.3389/fevo.2016.00144
225Athreya, V., Linnell, J. D. C., Ghosal, S. & Odden Morten. (2016) Large carnivores in Human-Dominated Landscapes of India. Tropical Conservation : Perspectives on local and global priorities (eds. Aguirre, A. A. & Sukumar, R. ), pp. 132-135. Oxford University Press, New York.
224Patankar, V., D'Souza, E., Alcoverro, T., & Arthur, R. (2016) For traditional island communities in the Nicobar archipelago, complete no-go areas are the most effective form of marine management. Ocean and Coastal Management, 133, 53-63.
223Karanth, K. K., Sankararaman, V., Dalvi, S., Srivathsa, A., Parameshwaran, R., Sharma, S., Robbins, PP. & Chhatre, A. (2016) Producing Diversity: Agroforests sustain avian richness and abundance in India’s western ghats. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 4.
222Athreya, V., Odden, M., Linnell, J.D.C., Krishnaswamy, J. & Karanth, K.U. (2016) A cat among the dogs: leopard Panthera pardus diet in a human-dominated landscape in western Maharashtra, India. Oryx, 50, 156–162.
221Duangchantrasiri, S., Umponjan, M., Simcharoen, S., Pattanavibool, A., Chaiwattana, S., Maneerat, S., Kumar, N.S., Jathanna, D., Srivathsa, A. & Karanth, K.U. (2016) Dynamics of a low-density tiger population in southeast Asia in the context of improved law enforcement. Conservation Biology, 30, 639–648.
220Fletcher, R.J., Burrell, N.S., Reichert, B.E., Vasudev, D. & Austin, J.D. (2016) Divergent perspectives on landscape connectivity reveal consistent effects from genes to communities. Current Landscape Ecology Reports.
219Karanth, K.K. (2016) Wildlife in the matrix: spatio-temporal patterns of herbivore occurrence in Karnataka, India. Environmental Management, 57, 189–206.
218Krishna, Y.C., Kumar, A. & Isvaran, K. (2016) Wild ungulate decision-making and the role of tiny refuges in human-dominated landscapes. PLoS ONE, 11, e0151748.
217Mithileshwari, C., Srivastava, T., Kumar, V., Kumar, A. & Umapathy, G. (2016) Non-invasive assessment of fecal progestagens and pregnancy detection in Himalayan musk deer (Moschus chrysogaster). Theriogenology, 85, 216 – 223.
216Muthanna, P.M. & Vasudev, D. (2016) Residents of Mudumalai Tiger Reserve secure funds for resettlement after a 25-year struggle. Oryx, 50, 205–206.
215Reddy, G.V., Karanth, K.U., Kumar, N.S., Krishnaswamy, J. & Karanth, K.K. (2016) Recovering Biodiversity in Indian Forests, 1st ed. Springer Singapore, Singapore.
214Vasudev, D. & Fletcher, R.J. (2016) Mate choice interacts with movement limitations to influence effective dispersal. Ecological Modelling, 327, 65–73.
213Athreya, V., Srivathsa, A., Puri, M., Karanth, K.K., Kumar, N.S. & Karanth, K.U. (2015) Spotted in the news: using media reports to examine leopard distribution, depredation, and management practices outside protected areas in southern India. PLoS ONE, 10, e0142647.
212Creel, S., Becker, M., Christianson, D., Droge, E., Hammerschlag, N., Hayward, M.W., Karanth, K.U., Loveridge, A., Macdonald, D.W., Matandiko, W., M’soka, J., Murray, D., Rosenblatt, E. & Schuette, P. (2015) Questionable policy for large carnivore hunting. Science, 350, 1473–1475.
211Gopalaswamy, A.M., Delampady, M., Karanth, K.U., Kumar, N.S. & Macdonald, D.W. (2015) An examination of index-calibration experiments: counting tigers at macroecological scales. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 6, 1055–1066.
210Goswami, V.R., Medhi, K., Nichols, J.D. & Oli, M.K. (2015) Mechanistic understanding of human-wildlife conflict through a novel application of dynamic occupancy models. Conservation Biology, 29, 1100–1110.
209Hayward, M.W., Boitani, L., Burrows, N.D., Funston, P.J., Karanth, K.U., MacKenzie, D.I., Pollock, K.H. & Yarnell, R.W. (2015) Ecologists need robust survey designs, sampling and analytical methods. Journal of Applied Ecology, 52, 286–290.
208Jathanna, D., Karanth, K.U., Kumar, N.S., Goswami, V.R., Vasudev, D. & Karanth, K.K. (2015) Reliable monitoring of elephant populations in the forests of India: analytical and practical considerations. Biological Conservation, 187, 212–220.
207Jathanna, D., Karanth, K.U., Kumar, N.S., Karanth, K.K. & Goswami, V.R. (2015) Patterns and determinants of habitat occupancy by the Asian elephants in the Western Ghats of Karnataka, India. PLoS ONE, 10, e0133233.
206Lakshminarayanan, N., Karanth, K.K., Goswami, V.R., Vaidyanathan, S. & Karanth, K.U. (2015) Determinants of dry season habitat use by Asian elephants in the Western Ghats of India. Journal of Zoology, 298, 169 – 177.
205Mondol, S., Kumar, N.S., Gopalaswamy, A.M., Sunagar, K., Karanth, K.U. & Ramakrishnan, U. (2015) Identifying species, sex and individual tigers and leopards in the Malenad-Mysore Tiger Landscape, Western Ghats, India. Conservation Genetics Resources, 7, 353–361.
204Mondol, S., Sridhar, V., Yadav, P., Gubbi, S. & Ramakrishnan, U. (2015) Tracing the geographic origin of traded leopard body parts in the Indian subcontinent with DNA-based assignment tests. Conservation Biology, 29, 556–564.
203Patankar, V., D’Souza, E., Alcoverro, T. & Arthur, R. (2015) Erosion of traditional marine management systems in the face of disturbances in the Nicobar Archipelago. Human Ecology, 43, 697–707.
202Puri, M., Srivathsa, A., Karanth, K.K., Kumar, N.S. & Karanth, K.U. (2015) Multiscale distribution models for conserving widespread species: the case of sloth bear Melursus ursinus in India. Diversity and Distributions, 21, 1087–1100.
201Ram, M.S., Marne, M., Gaur, A., Kumara, H.N., Singh, M., Kumar, A. & Umapathy, G. (2015) Pre-historic and recent vicariance events shape genetic structure and diversity in endangered lion-tailed macaque in the Western Ghats: implications for conservation. PLoS ONE, 10, e0142597.
200Robbins, P., Chhatre, A. & Karanth, K.K. (2015) Political ecology of commodity agroforests and tropical biodiversity. Conservation Letters, 8, 77 – 85.
199Srivathsa, A., Parameshwaran, R., Sharma, S. & Karanth, K.U. (2015) Estimating population sizes of leopard cats in the Western Ghats using camera surveys. Journal of Mammalogy, 96, 742–750.
198Varma, V., Ratnam, J., Viswanathan, V., Osuri, A.M., Biesmeijer, J.C., Madhusudan, M.D., Sankaran, M., Krishnadas, M., Barua, D., Budruk, M., Isvaran, K., Jayapal, R., Joshi, J., Karanth, K.K., Krishnaswamy, J., Kumar, R., Mukherjee, S., Nagendra, H., Niphadkar, M., Owen, N., Page, N., Prasad, S., Quader, S., Nandini, R., Robin, V. V, Sait, S.M., Shah, M.A., Somanathan, H., Srinivasan, U. & Sundaram, B. (2015) Perceptions of priority issues in the conservation of biodiversity and ecosystems in India. Biological Conservation, 187, 201–211.
197Vasudev, D. & Fletcher, R.J. (2015) Incorporating movement behavior into conservation prioritization in fragmented landscapes: an example of western hoolock gibbons in Garo Hills, India. Biological Conservation, 181, 124–132.
196Vasudev, D., Fletcher, R.J., Goswami, V.R. & Krishnadas, M. (2015) From dispersal constraints to landscape connectivity: lessons from species distribution modeling. Ecography, 38, 967–978.
195Vasudev, D., Kumar, A. & Karanth, K.U. (2015) Enhancing conservation science capacity in India: first decade of the Master’s programme in wildlife biology and conservation. Oryx, 49, 16.
194Viswanathan, A., Naniwadekar, R. & Datta, A. (2015) Seed dispersal by avian frugivores: non-random heterogeneity at fine scales. Biotropica, 47, 77–84.
193Athreya, V., Navya, R., Punjabi, G.A., Linnell, J.D.C., Odden, M., Khetarpal, S. & Karanth, K.U. (2014) Movement and activity pattern of a collared tigress in a human-dominated landscape in central India. Tropical Conservation Science, 7, 75–86.
192Kumar, R., Shahabuddin, G. & Kumar, A. (2014) Habitat determinants of woodpecker abundance and species richness in sub-Himalayan dipterocarp forests of north-west India. Acta Ornithologica, 49, 243-256.
191Goswami, V.R., Sridhara, S., Medhi, K., Williams, A.C., Chellam, R., Nichols, J.D. & Oli, M.K. (2014) Community-managed forests and wildlife-friendly agriculture play a subsidiary but not substitutive role to protected areas for the endangered Asian elephant. Biological Conservation, 177, 74–81.
190Goswami, V.R., Vasudev, D. & Oli, M.K. (2014) The importance of conflict-induced mortality for conservation planning in areas of human–elephant co-occurrence. Biological Conservation, 176, 191–198.
189Johnson, M.F., Hannah, C., Acton, L., Popovici, R., Karanth, K.K. & Weinthal, E. (2014) Network environmentalism: citizen scientists as agents for environmental advocacy. Global Environmental Change, 29, 235–245.
188Ahrestani, F.S. & Karanth, K.U. (2014) Gaur Bos gaurus. Ecology, Evolution and Behaviour of Wild Cattle: Implications for Conservation (eds M. Melletti & J. Burton), pp. 174–193. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
187Karanth, K.K., Nichols, J.D., Sauer, J.R., Hines, J.E. & Yackulic, C.B. (2014) Latitudinal gradients in North American avian species richness, turnover rates and extinction probabilities. Ecography, 37, 626–636.
186Karnad, D., Gangal, M. & Karanth, K.K. (2014) Perceptions matter: how fishermen’s perceptions affect trends of sustainability in Indian fisheries. Oryx, 48, 218–227.
185Kohli, M., Sankaran, M., Suryawanshi, K.R. & Mishra, C. (2014) A penny saved is a penny earned: lean season foraging strategy of an alpine ungulate. Animal Behaviour, 92, 93–100.
184Nayak, R.R., Vaidyanathan, S. & Krishnaswamy, J. (2014) Fire and grazing modify grass community response to environmental determinants in savannas: implications for sustainable use. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 185, 197–207.
183Odden, M., Athreya, V., Rattan, S. & Linnell, J.D.C. (2014) Adaptable neighbours: movement patterns of GPS-collared leopards in human dominated landscapes in India. PLoS ONE, 9, e112044.
182Navya, R., Athreya, V., Mudappa, D. & Raman, T.R.S. (2014) Assessing leopard occurrence in the plantation landscape of Valparai, Anamalai hills. Current Science, 107, 1381–1385.
181Srivathsa, A., Karanth, K.K., Jathanna, D., Kumar, N.S. & Karanth, K.U. (2014) On a dhole trail: examining ecological and anthropogenic correlates of dhole habitat occupancy in the Western Ghats of India. PLoS ONE, 9, e98803.
180Athreya, V., Odden, M., Linnell, J.D.C., Krishnaswamy, J. & Karanth, K.U. (2013) Big cats in our backyards: persistence of large carnivores in a human dominated landscape in India. PLoS ONE, 8, e57872.
179Bhatia, S., Athreya, V., Grenyer, R. & Macdonald, D.W. (2013) Understanding the role of representations of human-leopard conflict in mumbai through media-content analysis. Conservation Biology, 27, 588–594.
178Butler, J.R.A., Linnell, J.D.C., Morrant, D., Athreya, V., Lescureux, N. & McKeown, A. (2013) Dog eat dog, cat eat dog: social-ecological dimensions of dog predation by wild carnivores. Free-Ranging Dogs and Wildlife Conservation (ed M.E. Gompper), pp. 117–143. Oxford University Press.
177Dalvi, S., Sreenivasan, R. & Price, T. (2013) Exploitation in northeast India. Science, 339, 270–270.
176Ghosal, S., Athreya, V., Linnell, J.D.C. & Vedeld, P.O. (2013) An ontological crisis? A review of large felid conservation in India. Biodiversity and Conservation, 22, 2665–2681.
175Gopalaswamy, A.M. (2013) Spatially-explicit capture recapture methods. Encyclopedia of Environmetrics John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Chichester, UK.
174Hussain, S., Ram, M.S., Kumar, A., Shivaji, S. & Umapathy, G. (2013) Human presence increases parasitic load in endangered lion-tailed macaques (Macaca silenus) in its fragmented rainforest habitats in southern India. PLoS ONE, 8, e63685.
173Jadeja, S., Prasad, S., Quader, S. & Isvaran, K. (2013) Antelope mating strategies facilitate invasion of grasslands by a woody weed. Oikos, 122, 1441–1452.
172Jones, J.P.G., Asner, G.P., Butchart, S.H.M. & Karanth, K.U. (2013) The ‘why’, ‘what’ and ‘how’ of monitoring for conservation. Key Topics in Conservation Biology 2, First (eds D.W. Macdonald & K.J. Willis), pp. 329–343. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
171Joshi, A., Vaidyanathan, S., Mondol, S., Edgaonkar, A. & Ramakrishnan, U. (2013) Connectivity of tiger (Panthera tigris) populations in the human-influenced forest mosaic of central India. PLoS ONE, 8, e77980.
170Karanth, K.U., Gopalaswamy, A.M., Karanth, K.K., Goodrich, J., Seidensticker, J. & Robinson, J.G. (2013) Sinks as saviors: why flawed inference cannot assist tiger recovery. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 110, E110.
169Karanth, K.K., Gopalaswamy, A.M., Prasad, P.K. & Dasgupta, S. (2013) Patterns of human–wildlife conflicts and compensation: insights from Western Ghats protected areas. Biological Conservation, 166, 175–185.
168Karanth, K.K., Naughton-Treves, L., DeFries, R. & Gopalaswamy, A.M. (2013) Living with wildlife and mitigating conflicts around three Indian protected areas. Environmental Management, 52, 1320–1332.
167Mathai, J., Jathanna, D. & Duckworth, J.W. (2013) How useful are transect surveys for studying carnivores in the tropical rainforests of Borneo? Raffles Bulletin of Zoology, 28, 9–20.
166Nair, T. & Krishna, Y.C. (2013) Vertebrate fauna of the Chambal River Basin, with emphasis on the National Chambal Sanctuary, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa, 5, 3620–3641.
165Punjabi, G.A., Chellam, R. & Vanak, A.T. (2013) Importance of native grassland habitat for den-site selection of Indian foxes in a fragmented landscape. PLoS ONE, 8, e76410.
164Sridhara, S., Edgaonkar, A. & Kumar, A. (2013) Understorey structure and refuges from predators influence habitat use by a small ungulate, the Indian chevrotain (Moschiola indica) in Western Ghats, India. Ecological Research, 28, 427–433.
163Choudhary, S., Dey, S., Dey, S., Sagar, V., Nair, T. & Kelkar, N. (2012) River dolphin distribution in regulated river systems: implications for dry-season flow regimes in the Gangetic basin. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 22, 11–25.
162Gangal, M., Arthur, R. & Alcoverro, T. (2012) Structure and dynamics of southeast Indian seagrass meadows across a sediment gradient. Aquatic Botany, 98, 34–39.
161Gopalaswamy, A.M., Karanth, K.U., Kumar, N.S. & Macdonald, D.W. (2012) Estimating tropical forest ungulate densities from sign surveys using abundance models of occupancy. Animal Conservation, 15, 669–679.
160Gopalaswamy, A.M., Royle, J.A., Delampady, M., Nichols, J.D., Karanth, K.U. & Macdonald, D.W. (2012) Density estimation in tiger populations: combining information for strong inference. Ecology, 93, 1741–1751.
159Gopalaswamy, A.M., Royle, J.A., Hines, J.E., Singh, P., Jathanna, D., Kumar, N.S. & Karanth, K.U. (2012) Program SPACECAP: software for estimating animal density using spatially explicit capture–recapture models. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 3, 1067–1072.
158Goswami, V.R., Lauretta, M. V, Madhusudan, M.D. & Karanth, K.U. (2012) Optimizing individual identification and survey effort for photographic capture-recapture sampling of species with temporally variable morphological traits. Animal Conservation, 15, 174–183.
157Gubbi, S. (2012) Patterns and correlates of human–elephant conflict around a south Indian reserve. Biological Conservation, 148, 88–95.
156Hedges, S., Kumar, N.S., Nishant, M.S. & Karanth, K.U. (2012) Estimating density and abundance of elephants from sightings along line transects: field methods. Monitoring Elephant Populations and Assessing Threats: A Manual for Researchers, Managers and Conservationists (ed S. Hedges), pp. 151–161. Universities Press (India) Private Limited, Hyderabad, India.
155Karanth, K.U. (2012) Leopard. Mammals of South Asia – Volume 1 (eds A.J.T. Johnsingh & N. Manjrekar), pp. 559–573. Universities Press (India) Private Limited, Hyderabad, India.
154Karanth, K.U. (2012) Tiger. Mammals of South Asia – Volume 1 (eds A.J.T. Johnsingh & N. Manjrekar), pp. 596–614. Universities Press (India) Private Limited, Hyderabad, India.
153Karanth, K.K., DeFries, R., Srivathsa, A. & Sankaraman, V. (2012) Wildlife tourists in India’s emerging economy: potential for a conservation constituency? Oryx, 46, 382–390.
152Karanth, K.K., Gopalaswamy, A.M., DeFries, R. & Ballal, N. (2012) Assessing patterns of human-wildlife conflicts and compensation around a central Indian protected area. PLoS ONE, 7, e50433.
151Karanth, K.U., Hedges, S., Kumar, N.S. & Nichols, J.D. (2012) Estimating distribution and abundances of elephant populations from sign surveys at the landscape scale using occupancy modelling: statistical concepts. Monitoring Elephant Populations and Assessing Threats: A Manual for Researchers, Managers and Conservationists (ed S. Hedges), pp. 136–150. Universities Press (India) Private Limited, Hyderabad, India.
150Karanth, K.U. & Karanth, K.K. (2012) A tiger in the drawing room: can luxury tourism benefit wildlife? Economic & Political Weekly, 47, 38–43.
149Karanth, K.U., Kumar, N.S., Goswami, V.R., Nichols, J.D. & Hedges, S. (2012) Estimating abundance and other demographic parameters in elephant populations using capture– recapture sampling: field practices. Monitoring Elephant Populations and Assessing Threats: A Manual for Researchers, Managers and Conservationists (ed S. Hedges), pp. 214–237. Universities Press (India) Private Limited.
148Karanth, K.U., Kumar, N.S. & Nishant, M.S. (2012) Estimating distribution and abundances of elephant populations from sign surveys at landscape scale using occupancy modeling: field methods. Monitoring Elephant Populations and Assessing Threats: A Manual for Researchers, Managers and Conservationists (ed S. Hedges), pp. 249–258. Universities Press (India) Private Limited, Hyderabad, India.
147Karanth, K.K. & Nepal, S.K. (2012) Local residents perception of benefits and losses from protected areas in India and Nepal. Environmental Management, 49, 372–386.
146Karanth, K.U., Nichols, J.D. & Hedges, S. (2012) Estimating abundance and other demographic parameters in elephant populations using capture–recapture sampling: statistical concepts. Monitoring Elephant Populations and Assessing Threats: A Manual for Researchers, Managers and Conservationists (ed S. Hedges), pp. 112–135. Universities Press (India) Private Limited, Hyderabad, India.
145Kumar, A. (2012) Lion-tailed Macaque. Mammals of South Asia – Volume 1 (eds A.J.T. Johnsingh & N. Manjrekar), pp. 117–133. Universities Press (India) Private Limited, Hyderabad, India.
144Lachish, S., Gopalaswamy, A.M., Knowles, S.C.L. & Sheldon, B.C. (2012) Site-occupancy modelling as a novel framework for assessing test sensitivity and estimating wildlife disease prevalence from imperfect diagnostic tests. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 3, 339–348.
143Nair, T., Thorbjarnarson, J.B., Aust, P. & Krishnaswamy, J. (2012) Rigorous gharial population estimation in the Chambal: implications for conservation and management of a globally threatened crocodilian. Journal of Applied Ecology, 49, 1046–1054.
142Nichols, J.D. & Karanth, K.U. (2012) Wildlife population monitoring: a conceptual framework. Monitoring Elephant Populations and Assessing Threats: A Manual for Researchers, Managers and Conservationists (ed S. Hedges), pp. 1–7. Universities Press (India) Private Limited, Hyderabad, India.
141Pollock, K.H., Nichols, J.D. & Karanth, K.U. (2012) Estimating demographic parameters. Carnivore Ecology and Conservation: A Handbook of Techniques (Techniques in Ecology & Conservation) (eds L. Boitani & R.A. Powell), pp. 169–187. Oxford University Press, New York.
140Prakash, N., Mudappa, D., Raman, T.R.S. & Kumar, A. (2012) Conservation of the Asian small-clawed otter Aonyx cinereus in human-modified landscapes, Western Ghats, India. Tropical Conservation Science, 5, 67–78.
139Punjabi, G.A., Athreya, V. & Linnell, J.D.C. (2012) Using natural marks to estimate free-ranging dog Canis familiaris abundance in a MARK-RESIGHT framework in suburban Mumbai, India. Tropical Conservation Science, 5, 510–520.
138Srinivasaiah, N.M., Anand, V.D., Vaidyanathan, S. & Sinha, A. (2012) Usual populations, unusual individuals: insights into the behaviour and management of Asian elephants in fragmented landscapes. PLoS ONE, 7, e42571.
137Srinivasan, U., Raza, R.H. & Quader, S. (2012) Patterns of species participation across multiple mixed-species flock types in a tropical forest in northeastern India. Journal of Natural History, 46, 2749–2762.
136Velho, N., Isvaran, K. & Datta, A. (2012) Rodent seed predation: effects on seed survival, recruitment, abundance, and dispersion of bird-dispersed tropical trees. Oecologia, 169, 995–1004.
135Velho, N., Karanth, K.K. & Laurance, W.F. (2012) Hunting: a serious and understudied threat in India, a globally significant conservation region. Biological Conservation, 148, 210–215.
134Athreya, V., Odden, M., Linnell, J.D.C. & Karanth, K.U. (2011) Translocation as a tool for mitigating conflict with leopards in human-dominated landscapes of India. Conservation Biology, 25, 133–141.
133Karanth, K.K. (2011) Patterns of mammal species richness in India. Current Science, 100, 1824–1832.
132Karanth, K.U. (2011) India’s tiger counts: the long march to reliable science. Economic & Political Weekly, 46, 22–25.
131Karanth, K.K. & DeFries, R. (2011) Nature-based tourism in Indian protected areas: new challenges for park management. Conservation Letters, 4, 137–149.
130Karanth, K.U., Gopalaswamy, A.M., Kumar, N.S., Delampady, M., Nichols, J.D., Seidensticker, J., Noon, B.R. & Pimm, S.L. (2011) Counting India’s wild tigers reliably. Science, 332, 791–791.
129Karanth, K.U., Gopalaswamy, A.M., Kumar, N.S., Vaidyanathan, S., Nichols, J.D. & MacKenzie, D.I. (2011) Monitoring carnivore populations at the landscape scale: occupancy modelling of tigers from sign surveys. Journal of Applied Ecology, 48, 1048–1056.
128Karanth, K.U., Nichols, J.D. & Kumar, N.S. (2011) Estimating tiger abundance from camera trap data: field surveys and analytical issues. Camera Traps in Animal Ecology: Methods and Analyses (eds A.F. O’Connell, J.D. Nichols, & K.U. Karanth), pp. 97–117. Springer Japan, Tokyo.
127Karanth, K.U., Nichols, J.D., Kumar, N.S. & Jathanna, D. (2011c) Estimation of demographic parameters in a tiger population from long-term camera trap data. Camera traps in Animal ecology: Methods and Analyses (eds A.F. O’Connell, J.D. Nichols, & K.U. Karanth), pp. 145–161. Springer Japan, Tokyo.
126Krishnadas, M., Chandrasekhara, K. & Kumar, A. (2011) The response of the frugivorous lion-tailed macaque (Macaca silenus) to a period of fruit scarcity. American Journal of Primatology, 73, 1250–1260.
125Krishnadas, M., Velho, N., Sridhara, S. & Srinivasan, U. (2011) Turning the page in forest governance: science and bureaucracy. Economic & Political Weekly, 46, 10-13.
124Kumar, R., Shahabuddin, G. & Kumar, A. (2011) How good are managed forests at conserving native woodpecker communities? A study in sub-Himalayan dipterocarp forests of northwest India. Biological Conservation, 144, 1876–1884.
123Nichols, J.D., Karanth, K.U. & O’Connell, A.F. (2011) Science, conservation, and camera traps. Camera Traps in Animal Ecology: Methods and Analyses (eds A.F. O’Connell, J.D. Nichols, & K.U. Karanth), pp. 45–56. Springer Japan, Tokyo.
122Nichols, J.D., O’Connell, A.F. & Karanth, K.U. (2011) Camera traps in animal ecology and conservation: what’s next? Camera Traps in Animal Ecology: Methods and Analyses (eds A.F. O’Connell, J.D. Nichols, & K.U. Karanth), pp. 253–263. Springer Japan, Tokyo.
121O’Connell, A.F., Nichols, J.D. & Karanth, K.U. (2011) Introduction. Camera Traps in Animal Ecology: Methods and Analyses (eds A.F. O’Connell, J.D. Nichols, & K.U. Karanth), pp. 1–8. Springer Japan, Tokyo.
120Perinchery, A., Jathanna, D. & Kumar, A. (2011) Factors determining occupancy and habitat use by Asian small-clawed otters in the Western Ghats, India. Journal of Mammalogy, 92, 796–802.
119Velho, N. & Krishnadas, M. (2011) Post-logging recovery of animal-dispersed trees in a tropical forest site in northeast India. Tropical Conservation Science, 4, 405–419.
118Anand, M.O., Krishnaswamy, J., Kumar, A. & Bali, A. (2010) Sustaining biodiversity conservation in human-modified landscapes in the Western Ghats: remnant forests matter. Biological Conservation, 143, 2363–2374.
117DeFries, R., Karanth, K.K. & Pareeth, S. (2010) Interactions between protected areas and their surroundings in human-dominated tropical landscapes. Biological Conservation, 143, 2870–2880.
116Gubbi, S. (2010) Are conservation funds degrading wildlife habitats? Economic & Political Weekly, 45, 22–25.
115Karanth, K.K. & DeFries, R. (2010) Conservation and management in human-dominated landscapes: case studies from India. Biological Conservation, 143, 2865–2869.
114Karanth, K.U., Funston, P.J. & Sanderson, E. (2010) Many ways of skinning a cat: tools and techniques for studying wild felids. The Biology and Conservation of Wild Felids (eds D.W. Macdonald & A. Loveridge), pp. 197–216. Oxford University Press, New York.
113Karanth, K.U. & Nichols, J.D. (2010) Non-invasive survey methods for assessing tiger populations. Tigers of the World: The Science, Politics and Conservation of Panthera tigris, Second (eds R. Tilson & P.J. Nyhus), pp. 241–262. Academic Press.
112Karanth, K.K., Nichols, J.D. & Hines, J.E. (2010) Occurrence and distribution of Indian primates. Biological Conservation, 143, 2891–2899.
111Karanth, K.K., Nichols, J.D., Karanth, K.U., Hines, J.E. & Christensen, N.L. (2010) The shrinking ark: patterns of large mammal extinctions in India. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 277, 1971–1979.
110Kelkar, N., Krishnaswamy, J., Choudhary, S. & Sutaria, D. (2010) Coexistence of fisheries with river dolphin conservation. Conservation Biology, 24, 1130–1140.
109Singh, P., Gopalaswamy, A.M. & Karanth, K.U. (2010) Factors influencing densities of striped hyenas (Hyaena hyaena) in arid regions of India. Journal of Mammalogy, 91, 1152–1159.
108Srinivasan, U., Raza, R.H. & Quader, S. (2010) The nuclear question: rethinking species importance in multi-species animal groups. Journal of Animal Ecology, 79, 948–954.
107Suryawanshi, K.R., Bhatnagar, Y.V. & Mishra, C. (2010) Why should a grazer browse? Livestock impact on winter resource use by bharal Pseudois nayaur. Oecologia, 162, 453–462.
106Teegalapalli, K., Hiremath, A.J. & Jathanna, D. (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.
105Vaidyanathan, S., Krishnaswamy, J., Kumar, N.S., Dhanwatey, H., Dhanwatey, P. & Karanth, K.U. (2010) Patterns of tropical forest dynamics and human impacts: views from above and below the canopy. Biological Conservation, 143, 2881–2890.
104Walston, J., Robinson, J.G., Bennett, E.L., Breitenmoser, U., da Fonseca, G.A.B., Goodrich, J., Gumal, M., Hunter, L., Johnson, A., Karanth, K.U., Leader-Williams, N., MacKinnon, K., Miquelle, D.G., Pattanavibool, A., Poole, C., Rabinowitz, A., Smith, J.L.D., Stokes, E.J., Stuart, S.N., Vongkhamheng, C. & Wibisono, H. (2010) Bringing the tiger back from the brink—the six percent solution. PLoS Biology, 8, e1000485.
103Hiby, L., Lovell, P., Patil, N., Kumar, N.S., Gopalaswamy, A.M. & Karanth, K.U. (2009) A tiger cannot change its stripes: using a three-dimensional model to match images of living tigers and tiger skins. Biology Letters, 5, 383–386.
102Hines, J.E., Nichols, J.D., Royle, J.A., Mackenzie, D.I., Gopalaswamy, A.M., Kumar, N.S. & Karanth, K.U. (2010) Tigers on trails: occupancy modeling for cluster sampling. Ecological Applications, 20, 1456–1466.
101Jayapal, R., Qureshi, Q. & Chellam, R. (2009) Importance of forest structure versus floristics to composition of avian assemblages in tropical deciduous forests of Central Highlands, India. Forest Ecology and Management, 257, 2287–2295.
100Kakati, K., Raghavan, R., Chellam, R., Qureshi, Q. & Chivers, D.J. (2009) Status of western hoolock gibbon (Hoolock hoolock) populations in fragmented forests of eastern Assam. Primate Conservation, 24, 127–137.
99Karanth, K.U. & Chellam, R. (2009) Carnivore conservation at the crossroads. Oryx, 43, 1.
98Karanth, K.K., Nichols, J.D., Hines, J.E., Karanth, K.U. & Christensen, N.L. (2009) Patterns and determinants of mammal species occurrence in India. Journal of Applied Ecology, 46, 1189–1200.
97Karnad, D., Isvaran, K., Kar, C.S. & Shanker, K. (2009) Lighting the way: towards reducing misorientation of olive ridley hatchlings due to artificial lighting at Rushikulya, India. Biological Conservation, 142, 2083–2088.
96Krishna, Y.C., Clyne, P.J., Krishnaswamy, J. & Kumar, N.S. (2009) Distributional and ecological review of the four horned antelope, Tetracerus quadricornis. Mammalia, 73, 1–6.
95Mendiratta, U., Kumar, A., Mishra, C. & Sinha, A. (2009) Winter ecology of the Arunachal macaque Macaca munzala in Pangchen Valley, western Arunachal Pradesh, northeastern India. American Journal of Primatology, 71, 939–947.
94Mondol, S., Karanth, K.U. & Ramakrishnan, U. (2009) Why the Indian subcontinent holds the key to global tiger recovery. PLoS Genetics, 5, e1000585.
93Mondol, S., Karanth, K.U., Kumar, N.S., Gopalaswamy, A.M., Andheria, A. & Ramakrishnan, U. (2009) Evaluation of non-invasive genetic sampling methods for estimating tiger population size. Biological Conservation, 142, 2350–2360.
92Royle, J.A., Karanth, K.U., Gopalaswamy, A.M. & Kumar, N.S. (2009) Bayesian inference in camera trapping studies for a class of spatial capture–recapture models. Ecology, 90, 3233–3244.
91Royle, J.A., Nichols, J.D., Karanth, K.U. & Gopalaswamy, A.M. (2009) A hierarchical model for estimating density in camera-trap studies. Journal of Applied Ecology, 46, 118–127.
90Srinivasan, U., Prashanth, N.S., Lakshminarayanan, S., Varma, K., Karthikeyan, S., Vellal, S., Cavale, G., Mandanna, D., Ross, P. & Thapa, T. (2009) Occurrence of the Madras Tree Shrew Anathana ellioti (Waterhouse) (Scandentia: Tupaiidae) in the Biligirirangan Hills, Karnataka, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa, 1, 283–286.
89Swapna, N., Radhakrishna, S., Gupta, A.K. & Kumar, A. (2009) Exudativory in the Bengal slow loris (Nycticebus bengalensis) in Trishna Wildlife Sanctuary, Tripura, northeast India. American Journal of Primatology, 72, 113–121.
88Velho, N., Datta, A. & Isvaran, K. (2009) Effect of rodents on seed fate of five hornbill-dispersed tree species in a tropical forest in north-east India. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 25, 507–514.
87Abraham, D. & Davis, J. (2008) Revised trunk wash collection procedure for captive elephants in a range country setting. Gajah, 28, 53–54.
86Anand, M.O., Krishnaswamy, J. & Das, A. (2008) Proximity to forests drives bird conservation value of coffee plantations: implications for certification. Ecological Applications, 18, 1754–1763.
85Dolia, J., Devy, M.S., Aravind, N.A. & Kumar, A. (2008) Adult butterfly communities in coffee plantations around a protected area in the Western Ghats, India. Animal Conservation, 11, 26–34.
84Gubbi, S., Linkie, M. & Leader-Williams, N. (2008) Evaluating the legacy of an integrated conservation and development project around a tiger reserve in India. Environmental Conservation, 35, 331–339.
83Gubbi, S. & MacMillan, D.C. (2008) Can non-timber forest products solve livelihood problems? A case study from Periyar Tiger Reserve, India. Oryx, 42, 222–228.
82Jathanna, D., Kumar, N.S. & Karanth, K.U. (2008) Measuring Indian giant squirrel Ratufa indica abundance in southern India using distance sampling. Current Science, 95, 885–889.
81Karanth, K.K., Kramer, R.A., Qian, S.S. & Christensen, N.L. (2008) Examining conservation attitudes, perspectives, and challenges in India. Biological Conservation, 141, 2357–2367.
80Krishna, Y.C., Krishnaswamy, J. & Kumar, N.S. (2008) Habitat factors affecting site occupancy and relative abundance of four-horned antelope. Journal of Zoology, 276, 63–70.
79Marnewick, K., Funston, P.J. & Karanth, K.U. (2008) Evaluating camera trapping as a method for estimating cheetah abundance in ranching areas. South African Journal of Wildlife Research, 38, 59–65.
78Swapna, N., Gupta, A.K. & Radhakrishna, S. (2008) Distribution survey of Bengal slow loris Nycticebus bengalensis in Tripura, northeastern India. Asian Primates Journal, 1, 37–40.
77Ranganathan, J., Chan, K.M.A., Karanth, K.U. & Smith, J.L.D. (2008) Where can tigers persist in the future? A landscape-scale, density-based population model for the Indian subcontinent. Biological Conservation, 141, 67–77.
76Teegalapalli, K., Hiremath, A.J. & Jathanna, D. (2008) The role of perches in accelerating seed arrival in human-abandoned clearings within Bhadra Tiger Reserve, India. Journal of Bombay Natural History Society, 105, 317–322.
75Vanak, A.T., Irfan-Ullah, M. & Peterson, A.T. (2008) Gap analysis of Indian fox conservation using ecological niche modelling. Journal of Bombay Natural History Society, 105, 49–54.
74Vasudev, D., Kumar, A. & Sinha, A. (2008) Resource distribution and group size in the common langur Semnopithecus entellus in southern India. American Journal of Primatology, 70, 680–689.
73Andheria, A.P., Karanth, K.U. & Kumar, N.S. (2007) Diet and prey profiles of three sympatric large carnivores in Bandipur Tiger Reserve, India. Journal of Zoology, 273, 169–175.
72Bali, A., Kumar, A. & Krishnaswamy, J. (2007) The mammalian communities in coffee plantations around a protected area in the Western Ghats, India. Biological Conservation, 139, 93–102.
71Goswami, V.R., Madhusudan, M.D. & Karanth, K.U. (2007) Application of photographic capture-recapture modelling to estimate demographic parameters for male Asian elephants. Animal Conservation, 10, 391–399.
70Karanth, K.K. (2007) Making resettlement work: the case of India’s Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary. Biological Conservation, 139, 315–324.
69Karanth, K.U. & Karanth, K.K. (2007) Free to Move: conservation and voluntary resettlements in the Western Ghats of Karnataka India. WCS Working paper 29, 48–59.
68Mukherjee, N., Mondol, S., Andheria, A.P. & Ramakrishnan, U. (2007) Rapid multiplex PCR based species identification of wild tigers using non-invasive samples. Conservation Genetics, 8, 1465–1470.
67Simcharoen, S., Pattanavibool, A., Karanth, K.U., Nichols, J.D. & Kumar, N.S. (2007) How many tigers Panthera tigris are there in Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand? An estimate using photographic capture-recapture sampling. Oryx, 41, 447–453.
66Das, A., Krishnaswamy, J., Bawa, K.S., Kiran, M.C., Srinivas, V., Kumar, N.S. & Karanth, K.U. (2006) Prioritisation of conservation areas in the Western Ghats, India. Biological Conservation, 133, 16–31.
65Karanth, K.K., Curran, L.M. & Reuning-Scherer, J.D. (2006) Village size and forest disturbance in Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary, Western Ghats, India. Biological Conservation, 128, 147–157.
64Karanth, K.U., Nichols, J.D., Kumar, N.S. & Hines, J.E. (2006) Assessing tiger population dynamics using photographic capture–recapture sampling. Ecology, 87, 2925–2937.
63Karanth, K.K., Nichols, J.D., Sauer, J.R. & Hines, J.E. (2006) Comparative dynamics of avian communities across edges and interiors of North American ecoregions. Journal of Biogeography, 33, 674–682.
62Krishnaswamy, J., Bunyan, M., Mehta, V.K., Jain, N. & Karanth, K.U. (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.
61Krishnaswamy, J., Bunyan, M., Mehta, V.K., Patil, N., Naveenkumar, S. & Karanth, K.U. (2006) Impact of iron ore mining in Kudremukh on the Bhadra river ecosystem. Hydrology and watershed services in the Western Ghats: Effects of Land-cover and Land-use change (eds J. Krishnaswamy, S. Lele, & R. Jayakumar), pp. 193–211. Tata McGraw-Hill, New Delhi.
60Shahabuddin, G. & Kumar, R. (2006) Influence of anthropogenic disturbance on bird communities in a tropical dry forest: role of vegetation structure. Animal Conservation, 9, 404–413.
59Karanth, K.U. (2005) Reconciling conservation with emancipatory politics. Economic & Political Weekly, 40, 4803–4805.
58Karanth, K.K. (2005) Bhadra wildlife sanctuary: addressing relocation and livelihood concerns. Economic & Political Weekly, 40, 4809.
57Karanth, K.U. & Gopal, R. (2005) An ecology-based policy framework for human-tiger coexistence in India. People and Wildlife, Conflict or Co-existence? (eds R. Woodroffe, S. Thirgood, & A. Rabinowitz), pp. 373–387. Cambridge University Press, New York.
56Krishna, Y.C. & Sinha, A. (2005) Book review: Losing a lost tribe: native Americans, DNA and the Mormon church, authored by Simon G. Southerton. Current Science, 89, 567–568.
55Madhusudan, M.D. (2005) The global village: linkages between international coffee markets and grazing by livestock in a south Indian wildlife reserve. Conservation Biology, 19, 411–420.
54Karanth, K.U., Chundawat, R.S., Nichols, J.D. & Kumar, N.S. (2004) Estimation of tiger densities in the tropical dry forests of Panna, Central India, using photographic capture–recapture sampling. Animal Conservation, 7, 285–290.
53Karanth, K.U., Nichols, J.D. & Kumar, N.S. (2004) Photographic sampling of elusive mammals in tropical forests. Sampling Rare or Elusive Species: Concepts, Designs, and Techniques for Estimating Population Parameters, Second (ed W. Thompson), pp. 229–247. Island Press.
52Karanth, K.U., Nichols, J.D., Kumar, N.S., Link, W.A. & Hines, J.E. (2004) Tigers and their prey: predicting carnivore densities from prey abundance. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 101, 4854–4858.
51Luo, S.J., Kim, J.H., Johnson, W.E., Walt, J. van der, Martenson, J., Yuhki, N., Miquelle, D.G., Uphyrkina, O., Goodrich, J., Quigley, H.B., Tilson, R., Brady, G., Martelli, P., Subramaniam, V., McDougal, C., Hean, S., Huang, S.Q., Pan, W., Karanth, K.U., Sunquist, M.E., Smith, J.L.D. & O’Brien, S.J. (2004) Phylogeography and genetic ancestry of tigers (Panthera tigris). PLoS Biology, 2, e442.
50Madhusudan, M.D. (2004) Recovery of wild large herbivores following livestock decline in a tropical Indian wildlife reserve. Journal of Applied Ecology, 41, 858–869.
49Damania, R., Stringer, R., Karanth, K.U. & Stith, B.M. (2003) The economics of protecting tiger populations: linking household behavior to poaching and prey depletion. Land Economics, 79, 198–216.
48Datta, A., Pansa, J., Madhusudan, M.D. & Mishra, C. (2003) Discovery of the leaf deer Muntiacus putaoensis in Arunachal Pradesh: an addition to the large mammals of India. Current Science, 84, 454–458.
47Jathanna, D., Karanth, K.U. & Johnsingh, A.J.T. (2003) Estimation of large herbivore densities in the tropical forests of southern India using distance sampling. Journal of Zoology, 261, 285–290.
46Karanth, K.U. (2003) Debating conservation as if reality matters. Conservation and Society, 1, 65–68.
45Karanth, K.U. (2003) Tiger ecology and conservation in the Indian subcontinent. Journal of Bombay Natural History Society, 100, 169–189.
44Karanth, K.K. (2003) Forest use and human–wildlife conflicts in Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary, India. Tropical Resources Bulletin, 22, 48–58.
43Karanth, K.U., Nichols, J.D., Seidensticker, J., Dinerstein, E., Smith, J.L.D., McDougal, C., Johnsingh, A.J.T., Chundawat, R.S. & Thapar, V. (2003) Science deficiency in conservation practice: the monitoring of tiger populations in India. Animal Conservation, 6, 141–146.
42Treves, A. & Karanth, K.U. (2003) Special section: human-carnivore conflict: local solutions with global applications. Conservation Biology, 17, 1489–1490.
41Treves, A. & Karanth, K.U. (2003) Human-Carnivore conflict and perspectives on carnivore management worldwide. Conservation Biology, 17, 1491–1499.
40Karanth, K.U. (2002) Nagarahole: limits and opportunities in wildlife conservation. Making Parks Work: Strategies for Preserving Tropical Nature (eds J. Terborgh, C. van Schaik, L. Davenport, & M. Rao), pp. 189–202. Island Press, Washington, D.C.
39Karanth, K.U. & Chundawat, R.S. (2002) Ecology of the tiger: implications for population monitoring. Monitoring Tigers and Their Prey: A Manual for Researchers, Managers and Conservationists in Tropical Asia (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp. 9–22. Centre for Wildlife Studies, Bangalore.
38Karanth, K.U. & Kumar, N.S. (2002) Field Surveys: assessing relative abundances to tigers and prey. Monitoring Tigers and Their Prey: A Manual for Researchers, Managers and Conservationists in Tropical Asia (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp. 71–86. Centre for Wildlife Studies, Bangalore.
37Karanth, K.U., Kumar, N.S. & Chundawat, R.S. (2002) Field surveys: assessing spatial distributions of tigers and prey. Monitoring Tigers and Their Prey: A Manual for Researchers, Managers and Conservationists in Tropical Asia (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp. 39–50. Centre for Wildlife Studies, Bangalore.
36Karanth, K.U., Kumar, N.S. & Nichols, J.D. (2002) Field surveys: estimating absolute densities of tigers using capture-recapture sampling. Monitoring Tigers and Their Prey: A Manual for Researchers, Managers and Conservationists in Tropical Asia (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp. 139–152. Centre for Wildlife Studies, Bangalore.
35Karanth, K.U. & Madhusudan, M.D. (2002) Mitigating human-wildlife conflicts in southern Asia. Making Parks Work: Strategies for Preserving Tropical Nature (eds J. Terborgh, C. van Schaik, L. Davenport, & M. Rao), pp. 250–264. Island Press, Washington, D.C.
34Karanth, K.U. & Nichols, J.D. (2002) Monitoring tiger populations: why use capture-recapture sampling. Monitoring Tigers and Their Prey: A Manual for Researchers, Managers and Conservationists in Tropical Asia (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp. 153–166. Centre for Wildlife Studies, Bangalore.
33Karanth, K.U., Nichols, J.D., Sen, P.K. & Rishi, V. (2002) Monitoring tigers and prey: conservation needs and managerial constraints. Monitoring Tigers and Their Prey: A Manual for Researchers, Managers and Conservationists in Tropical Asia (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp. 1–8. Centre for Wildlife Studies, Bangalore.
32Karanth, K.U., Thomas, L. & Kumar, N.S. (2002) Field surveys: estimating absolute densities of prey species using line transect sampling. Monitoring Tigers and Their Prey: A Manual for Researchers, Managers and Conservationists in Tropical Asia (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp. 111–120. Centre for Wildlife Studies, Bangalore, India., Bangalore.
31Madhusudan, M.D. & Karanth, K.U. (2002) Local hunting and the conservation of large mammals in India. AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment, 31, 49.
30Nichols, J.D. & Karanth, K.U. (2002) Statistical concepts: indices of relative abundance. Monitoring Tigers and Their Prey: A Manual for Researchers, Managers and Conservationists in Tropical Asia (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp. 61–70. Centre for Wildlife Studies, Bangalore.
29Nichols, J.D. & Karanth, K.U. (2002) Statistical concepts: assessing spatial distributions. Monitoring Tigers and Their Prey: A Manual for Researchers, Managers and Conservationists in Tropical Asia (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp. 29–38. Centre for Wildlife Studies, Bangalore.
28Nichols, J.D. & Karanth, K.U. (2002) Population monitoring: a conceptual framework. Monitoring Tigers and Their Prey: A Manual for Researchers, Managers and Conservationists in Tropical Asia (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp. 23–28. Centre for Wildlife Studies, Bangalore.
27Nichols, J.D. & Karanth, K.U. (2002) Statistical concepts: estimating absolute densities of tigers using capture-recapture sampling. Monitoring Tigers and Their Prey: A Manual for Researchers, Managers and Conservationists in Tropical Asia (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp. 121–137. Centre for Wildlife Studies, Bangalore, Bangalore.
26Thomas, L. & Karanth, K.U. (2002) Statistical concepts: estimating absolute densities of prey species using line transect sampling. Monitoring Tigers and Their Prey: A Manual for Researchers, Managers and Conservationists in Tropical Asia (eds K.U. Karanth & J.D. Nichols), pp. 87–110. Centre for Wildlife Studies, Bangalore.
25Karanth, K.K. (2001) Land-cover and land-use change within Sisaket, Thailand from November 1990 to March 2000. Journal of Undergraduate Research, 2.
24Karanth, K.U. & Sunquist, M.E. (2000) Behavioural correlates of predation by tiger (Panthera tigris), leopard (Panthera pardus) and dhole (Cuon alpinus) in Nagarahole, India. Journal of Zoology, 250, 255–265.
23Madhusudan, M.D. & Karanth, K.U. (2000) Hunting for an answer: is local hunting compatible with large mammal conservation in India? Hunting for Sustainability in Tropical Forests (eds J.G. Robinson & E.L. Bennett) Columbia University Press, New York.
22Karanth, K.U. (1999) Counting tigers with confidence. Riding the Tiger: Tiger Conservation in Human-Dominated Landscapes (eds J. Seidensticker, S. Christie, & Peter Jackson), pp. 350–354. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
21Karanth, K.U. & Stith, B.M. (1999) Prey depletion as a critical determinant of tiger population viability. Riding the Tiger: Tiger Conservation in Human-Dominated Landscapes (eds J. Seidensticker, S. Christie, & P. Jackson), pp. 100–113. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
20Karanth, K.U., Sunquist, M.E. & Chinnappa, K.M. (1999) Long term monitoring of tigers: lessons from Nagarahole. Riding the Tiger: Tiger Conservation in Human-Dominated Landscapes (eds J. Seidensticker, S. Christie, & P. Jackson), pp. 114–122. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
19Sunquist, M.E., Karanth, K.U. & Sunquist, F. (1999) Ecology, behaviour and resilience of the tiger and its conservation needs. Riding the Tiger: Tiger Conservation in Human-Dominated Landscapes (eds J. Seidensticker, S. Christie, & P. Jackson), pp. 5–18. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
18Wentzel, J., Stephens, J.C., Johnson, W., Menotti-Raymond, M., Pecon-Slattery, J., Yuhki, N., Carrington, M., Quigley, H.B., Miquelle, D.G., Tilson, R., Manansang, J., Brady, G., Zhi, L., Wenshi, P., Huang, S.-Q., Johnston, L., Sunquist, M.E., Karanth, K.U. & O’Brien, S.J. (1999) Subspecies of tigers: molecular assessment using ‘voucher specimens’ of geographically traceable individuals. Riding the Tiger: Tiger Conservation in Human-Dominated Landscapes (eds J. Seidensticker, S. Christie, & Peter Jackson), pp. 40–49. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
17Wikramanayake, E.D., Dinerstein, E., Robinson, J.G., Karanth, K.U., Rabinowitz, A., Olson, D., Mathew, T., Hedao, P., Connor, M., Hemley, G. & Bolze, D. (1999) Where can tigers live in the future? A framework for identifying high priority areas for the conservation of tigers in the wild. Riding the Tiger: Tiger Conservation in Human-Dominated Landscapes (eds J. Seidensticker, S. Christie, & P. Jackson), pp. 255–272. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
16Karanth, K.U. & Nichols, J.D. (1998) Estimation of tiger densities in India using photographic captures and recaptures. Ecology, 79, 2852–2862.
15Wikramanayake, E.D., Dinerstein, E., Robinson, J.G., Karanth, K.U., Rabinowitz, A., Olson, D., Mathew, T., Hedao, P., Connor, M., Hemley, G. & Bolze, D. (1998) An ecology-based method for defining priorities for large mammal conservation: the tiger as case study. Conservation Biology, 12, 865–878.
14Karanth, K.U. & Madhusudan, M.D. (1997) Avoiding paper tigers and saving real tigers: response to Saberwal. Conservation Biology, 11, 818–820.
13Karanth, K.U. (1995) Estimating tiger Panthera tigris populations from camera-trap data using capture—recapture models. Biological Conservation, 71, 333–338.
12Karanth, K.U. & Sunquist, M.E. (1995) Prey selection by tiger, leopard and dhole in tropical forests. Journal of Animal Ecology, 64, 439–450.
11Link, W.A. & Karanth, K.U. (1994) Correcting for overdispersion in tests of prey selectivity. Ecology, 75, 2456–2459.
10Karanth, K.U. (1992) Conservation prospects for lion-tailed macaques in Karnataka, India. Zoo Biology, 11, 33–41.
9Karanth, K.U. & Sunquist, M.E. (1992) Population structure, density and biomass of large herbivores in the tropical forests of Nagarahole, India. Journal of Tropical Ecology, 8, 21.
8Karanth, K.U. (1991) Ecology and management of the tiger in tropical Asia. Wildlife Conservation: Present Trends and Perspectives for the 21st Century (eds N. Maruyama, B. Bobek, Y. Ono, W. Reglin, L. Bartos, & R. Ratcliffe), p. 159. Wildlife Research Center, Tokyo.
7Karanth, K.U. (1991) Line transect method of censusing elephants in Nagarhole National Park. Censusing Elephants in Forests: Proceedings of an international workshop (eds U. Ramakrishnan, J.A. Santosh, & R. Sukumar), pp. 51–53. Bangalore.
6Karanth, K.U. (1988) Analysis of predator – prey balance in Bandipur Tiger Reserve with reference to census reports. Journal of Bombay Natural History Society, 85, 1–8.
5Karanth, K.U. (1987) Tigers in India: a critical review of field censuses. Tigers of the World: The Biology, Biopolitics, Management, and Conservation of an Endangered Species (eds R.L. Tilson & U.S. Seal), pp. 118–132. Noyes Publications, Park Ridge, New Jersey.
4Karanth, K.U. (1986) Status of wildlife and habitat conservation in Karnataka. Journal of Bombay Natural History Society, 83, 166–179.
3Karanth, K.U. & Singh, M. (1986) Dry-zone afforestation and its impact on blackbuck populations. Journal of Bombay Natural History Society (Centenary proceedings), 565–570.
2Karanth, K.U. (1985) Ecological status of the lion-tailed macaque and its rainforest habitats in Karnataka, India. Primate Conservation, 6, 73–84.
1Karanth, K.U. (1982) Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary and its endangered ecosystem. Journal of Bombay Natural History Society, 79, 79–86.
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