List of studies
- Srivathsa, 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. doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/ab7e50.
- Majgaonkar, I., Vaidyanathan, V., Srivathsa, A., Shivakumar, S., Limaye, S., Athreya, V. (2019). Land-sharing potential of large carnivores in human-modified landscapes of western India. Conservation Science and Practice, 1(5): e34.
- Athreya, 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(11): e0142647.
- Puri, 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.
- Srivathsa, 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.
- Prakash, V., Pain, D. J., Cunningham, A. A., Donald, P. F., Prakash, N., Verma, A., ... & Rahmani, A. R. (2003). Catastrophic collapse of Indian white-backed Gyps bengalensis and long-billed Gyps indicus vulture populations. Biological conservation, 109(3), 381-390.
- Green, R. E., Newton, I. A. N., Shultz, S., Cunningham, A. A., Gilbert, M., Pain, D. J., & Prakash, V. (2004). Diclofenac poisoning as a cause of vulture population declines across the Indian subcontinent. Journal of Applied ecology, 41(5), 793-800.
- Cuthbert, R., Taggart, M. A., Prakash, V., Saini, M., Swarup, D., Upreti, S., ... & Green, R. E. (2011). Effectiveness of action in India to reduce exposure of Gyps vultures to the toxic veterinary drug diclofenac. PLoS One, 6(5), e19069.
- Madhusudan, M. D., Sharma, N., Raghunath, R., Baskaran, N., Bipin, C. M., Gubbi, S., ... & Sukumar, R. (2015). Distribution, relative abundance, and conservation status of Asian elephants in Karnataka, southern India. Biological Conservation, 187, 34-40.
- Karanth, K. K., & Surendra, A. (2018). Species and sites matter: Understanding human–wildlife interactions from 5,000 surveys in India. In Conservation and Development in India (pp. 61-82). Routledge.
- Goswami, 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(4), 1100-1110.
- Vasudev, D., Goswami, V. R., Srinivas, N., Syiem, B. L. N., & Sarma, A. (2021). Identifying important connectivity areas for the wide‐ranging Asian elephant across conservation landscapes of Northeast India. Diversity and Distributions, 27(12), 2510-2526.
- Dasgupta, S., & Ghosh, A. K. (2015). Elephant–railway conflict in a biodiversity hotspot: Determinants and perceptions of the conflict in Northern West Bengal, India. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 20(1), 81-94.
- Goswami, 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.
- Puri, M., Srivathsa, A., Karanth, K.K., Patel, I., Kumar, N.S. (2021). Links in a sink: Interplay between habitat structure, ecological constraints and interactions with humans can influence connectivity conservation for tigers in forest corridors. Science of the Total Environment. doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.151106.
- Srivathsa, A., Ramachandran, V., Saravanan, P., Sureshbabu, A., Ganguly, D., Ramakrishnan, U. (2023). Topcats and underdogs: Intraguild interactions among three apex carnivores across Asia’s forestscapes. Biological Reviews. doi: 10.1111/brv.12998.
- Srivathsa, A., Rodrigues, R.G., Toh, K.B., Taylor, R.W., Zachariah, A., Oli, M.K., Ramakrishnan, U. (2021). The truth about scats and dogs: Next-generation sequencing and spatial capture–recapture models offer opportunities for conservation monitoring of an endangered social canid. Biological Conservation, 256, 109028. doi: 10.1016/j.biocon.2021.109028.