Publications Library

Dr. P.S. Easa

Sole Author Publications

  1. Easa P. S. 1990. Reappearance of Common peafowl, Pavo cristatus Linn. in Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala. J. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc., 87(2): 292-293.
  2. Easa, P.S. 1987. Chemical composition of the temporal gland secretion of an Asian elephant. Elephant, 2: 67-68.
  3. Easa, P. S. 2003. Biodiversity Documentation for Kerala. Part 3. Lichens. KFRI Hand Book No. 17. Kerala Forest Research Institute, Peechi 680 653
  4. Easa, P. S. 2013. The Asian Elephant: Distribution and Conservation challenges. In: Environment & Society, The India Challenge (Ed) Anand Parthasarathy. India Tech Books and Media, Bangalore. Pp. 155-162.
  5. Easa, P. S. 2003. Biodiversity Documentation for Kerala. Part 3. Lichens. KFRI Hand Book No. 17. Kerala Forest Research Institute, Peechi 680 653
  6. Easa, P. S. 2003. Biodiversity Documentation for Kerala. Part 9. Amphibians. KFRI Hand Book No. 17. Kerala Forest Research Institute, Peechi 680 653

Multiple Author Publications

  1. Ramachandran, K. K., Nair, P. V. and Easa, P. S. 1986. Ecology of larger mammals of Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary. J. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc., 83: 505-524.
  2. Easa P. S. 1990. Reappearance of Common peafowl, Pavo cristatus Linn. in Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala. J. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc., 87(2): 292-293.
  3. Shaji, C. P. and Easa, P. S. 1995. Extension of Range of Danio (Brachydanio) rerio Hamilton Buchnan. J. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc., 92(2):274.
  4. Easa, P. S. and Balakrishnan, M. 1995. The Population, density and structure of Asian elephants in Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala, India. J. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc., 92(2): 225 – 229.
  5. Shaji, C. P., Easa, P. S. and Chand Basha, S. 1995. Fresh water fish diversity in Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala, South India. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc. 92(3): 360-363.
  6. Shaji, C. P. and Easa, P. S. 1995. Extension of range of Noemacheilus (Meso – noemacheilus) petrubanarescui (Menon). Bombay nat. Hist. Soc. 92(3): 427-428.
  7. Easa, P. S. and Shaji, C. P. 1995. Puntius melanampyx (Day) – an addition to the fish fauna of Silent Valley. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc. 92(3): 428.
  8. Shaji, C. P. and Easa, P. S. 1995. Fresh water fish diversity in Wayanad, Kerala, South India Zool. Soc. Kerala. 5(1&2):30-36.
  9. Shaji, C. P. and Easa, P. S. 1995. Homaloptera menoni – A new homalopterid fish (Pisces – Homalopteridae) from Kerala. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc. 92(3):395-397.
  10. Arun, L. K., Shaji, C. P. and Easa, P. S. 1996. A Record of new fishes from Periyar Tiger Reserve. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc. 93 (1): 103-104.
  11. Easa, P. S. and Shaji, C. P. 1996. Fresh water Fishes of Pambar River, Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc. 93(2): 304-305.
  12. Sabu Jahas, S. A., Thomas, J. and Easa, P. S. 1996. A Report on the occurrence of Saw-scaled Viper in Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala. Cobra. 25: 13.
  13. Shaji, C. P., Arun, L. K. and Easa, P. S. 1996. Garra surendranathanii – A new Cyprinid fish from the Southern Western Ghats, India. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc. 93(3): 572-575.
  14. Easa, P. S. and Thomas, J. 1996. A record clutch size of Rat snake. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc. 93(3): 591.
  15. Thomas, J. and Easa, P. S. 1997. Additions to the Reptile fauna of Silent Valley National Park. Cobra 27: 31-33.
  16. Thomas, J and Easa, P. S. 1997. Calliophis nigrescens (Guenther) (Serpentes : Elapidae). A colour variation from Silent Valley National Park. J. Bombay. nat. Hist. Soc. 94(1): 166.
  17. Thomas, J., Sabu Jahas S.A. and Easa, P. S. 1997. Status and distribution of Reptiles in Wayanad, Kerala. Cobra 28: 25-30.
  18. Thomas, J., Shaji, C. P. and Easa, P. S. 1997. Record of Leith’s softshell turtle, Aspederetes lithii (Gray) (Family: Trionychidae) from Nilambur, Kerala. Bombay nat. Hist. Soc. 94
  19. Thomas, J. and Easa, P. S. 1997. Reptile Fauna of Peechi- Vazhani Wildlife Sanctuary. Cobra 29:14-18.
  20. Thomas, J., Easa, P. S. and Sabu Jahas, S. A. 1998. Mabuya allapallensis Schmidt A New Record for Kerala. Cobra 31: 16-18.
  21. Vairavel, S. M. Shaji, C. P. and Easa, P. S. 1998. Hypselobarbus Kolus (Sykes) – An Addition to Kerala. Bombay. nat. Hist. Soc. 95(1): 130.
  22. Srinivasan, M. Ramasamy, G. and Easa, P. S. 1998. Studies on lizard diversity in selected Sacred Groves in Kerala. Cobra 34:12-15.
  23. Shaji, C. P. and Easa, P. S. 1999. A Review of Amphibian studies in Kerala State, India. Zoo’s Print Journal 14 (5):33-35
  24. Shaji, C. P. and Easa, P. S. 1999. Fish fauna of Chalakudy river in Kerala. Zool. Soc. Kerala 6&7: 87-91.
  25. Abraham, S., Easa, P. S., Joseph Thomas and Mathews A. Nixon, 1999. An inventory of reptile fauna in Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, Idukki District, Kerala. Cobra,37:24-29.
  26. Abraham S. K. and Easa, P. S. 1999. Additions to the Amphibians of Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala. Cobra 38: 12-13.
  27. Abraham S. K., Easa, P. S. Sabu Jahas, S. A. 2000. Amphibian fauna of Wayanad. Zoos’ print Journal 16 (4): 457-461
  28. Easa, P. S. and Sabu Jahas, S. A. 2002. A demographic study of elephant population in Periyar Tiger Reserve and adjacent areas in Kerala. The Indian Forester, 128(2): 217-227.
  29. Sivaperuman, C., Easa, P. S. and Swetharanyam, C. 2002. Preliminary studies on spider diversity and their webs in selected sacred groves in Kerala. Bombay. nat. Hist. Soc. 99(1):144–148.
  30. Veeramani, A., Easa, P. S. and E.A. Jayson, E. A. 2003. Sandal tree damage by Gaur (Bos Gaurus ) in Marayur Forest Range, Kerala. J. Tropical Forestry 19 (I & II): 62-67.
  31. Veeramani, A., Easa, P. S. and E.A. Jayson, E. A. 2004. Socio-economic status of cultivators and their interface with wild animals: A case study of Marayur Forest Range, Kerala. The Indian Forester 130 (5): 513-520.
  32. Abraham, Saju K., Easa, P. S. and Sivaram, M. 2006. Status and distribution of Nilgiri tahr Hemitragus hylocrius in Kerala pat of the Western Ghats Zoos’ Print 21(9): 2379-2385.
  33. Madhusoodanan, P.V., Nair, Manju C. and Easa, P. S. 2007. Diversity of Bryophytes in Eravikulam National Park, Kerala (South India). Current Trends in Bryology (Eds) Virendra Nath and A.K. Asthana pp. 255-267, Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehra Dun, India.
  34. Daniels, Ranjit R. J., Easa, P. S. and Alembath, M. 2008. Distribution and status of the endangered Nilgiri tahr. Current Science 94 (1): 10 – 11
  35. Balakrishnan, M. and Easa, P.S. 1986. Habitat Preferences of the larger mammals in the Parambikulam Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala. Conserv., 37: 191-200.
  36. Easa, P.S. 1987. Chemical composition of the temporal gland secretion of an Asian elephant. Elephant, 2: 67-68.
  37. Ramachandran, K.K., Easa, P.S. and Nair, P.V. 1987. Management of Periyar Tiger Reserve – Problems and Perspectives. Tiger Paper, XIV: 25-32.
  38. Easa, P.S., Surendranathan Asari, P.K. and Chand Basha, S. 1997. Status and Distribution of the endangered Lion- tailed macaque (Macaca silenus) in Southern Western Ghats, India. Conserv. 80: 33-37.
  39. Easa, P.S. and Shaji, C.P. 1997. Freshwater fish diversity in Kerala part of Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve. Curr. Sci. 73(2): 180-182.
  40. Shaji, C. P. and Easa, P.S. 1998. Status and Distribution of Endemic Freshwater Fishes in Kerala, Western Ghats. Tiger Paper 25(3) 21-24.
  41. Sukumar, R. and Easa, P.S. 2006. Elephant Conservation in South India:issues and recommendations. Gajah 25:71-86.
  42. Choudhury, A., D.K.L. Choudhury, A. Desai, J.W. Duckworth, P.S. Easa, A.J.T. Johnsingh, P. Fernando, S. Hedges, M. Gunawardena, F. Kurt, U. Karanth, A. Lister, V. Menon, H. Riddle, A. Rübel & E. Wikramanayake (2008). Elephas maximus. In: IUCN 2010. IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2010.2. <www.iucnredlist.org>.
  43. Yash Veer Bhatnagar, Riyaz Ahmad, Sunil Subba Kyarong, M.K. Ranjitsinh, C.M. Seth, Imtiaz Ahmed Lone, P.S. Easa, Rahul Kaul and R. Raghunath. 2009. Endangered markhor Capra falconeri in India: through war and insurgency. Oryx, 43(3): 407–411.

Book Chapters

  1. Easa, P. S. 1992. Musth in Asian Elephants. In: Elephants – Majestic Creatures of the World, Jeheskel Shoshani (Ed). Weldon Owen. Inc.
  2. Nair, K. S. S. and Easa, P. S. 1997. Animal Biodiversity in Kerala Forests. In: Biodiversity and Tropical Forests. The Kerala Scenario. K.S.S. Nair and P. Pushpangadan (Eds.) State Committee on Science Technology and Environment, Trivandrum.
  3. Easa, P. S. 1998. Life of Wild Elephants. In: Practical Elephant Management – A Handbook for Mahouts. (Ed.) Nibha Namboodiri. Published by Elephant Welfare Association, Thrissur.
  4. Radhakrishnan, C., Gopi, K. C. and Easa, P. S. 1999. Faunistic Novelties of Silent Valley. In: Manoharan, T. M., Biju, S.D., Nayar, T.S. and Easa, P.S.(Eds.) Silent Valley – Whispers of Reason. Kerala Forest Department, Thiruvananthapuram, 317-320
  5. Easa, P. S. and Shaji, C. P. 1999. The Lower Vertebrates of Silent Valley. In: Manoharan, T. M., Biju, S. D., Nayar, T. S. and Easa, P. S.(Eds.) Silent Valley – Whispers of Reason. Kerala Forest Department, Thiruvananthapuram, 345-348
  6. Easa, P. S. 2000. Animal Diversity Conservation and Challenges. In: (Eds) M. Sivadasan and K.V. Mohanan: Biodiversity and Ecology: Concepts and Facts. 38-44 pp.
  7. Easa, P. S. 2000. Faunistic Diversity. (In): Mountain Biodiversity, Land Use Dynamics, and Traditional Ecological Knowledge (Eds) P.S. Ramakrishnan, U.M. Chandrashekara, C. Elourad, C.Z. Guilmoto, R.K. Maikhuri, K.S. Rao, S. Sankar and K.G. Saxena. Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi.
  8. C. P., Easa, P.S. and Gopalakrishnan, A. 2000. Freshwater Fish Diversity of Western Ghats. In: Endemic fish diversity of Western Ghats (Eds) A.G. Ponniah and A. Gopalakrishnan. National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources, Lucknow, India. Pp. 33 – 55.
  9. C. P and Easa, P.S. 2000. Potential Endemic Freshwater fishes of Kerala. In: Endemic fish diversity of Western Ghats (Eds) A.G. Ponniah and A. Gopalakrishnan. National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources, Lucknow, India. Pp. 230 – 232.
  10. Nameer, P. O., Easa, P. S. and Ommer, P. A. 2012. Cranial anatomy as a tool in wildlife taxonomy. In: Emerging Concepts in Veterinary Anatomy (Eds.) Chungath, J. J. et al.Department of Veterinary Anatomy and Histology, College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Mannuthy, Thrissur, Kerala. Pp. 124-144.

Books published

  1. Easa, P. S. and C. P. Shaji. 2004. Biodiversity Documentation for Kerala. Part 10. Freshwater Fishes. KFRI Hand Book No. 17. Kerala Forest Research Institute, Peechi 680 653
  2. Easa, P. S. and E. A. Jayson 2004. Biodiversity Documentation for Kerala. Part 11: Birds. KFRI Hand Book No. 17. Kerala Forest Research Institute, Peechi 680 653
  3. Easa, P. S. and K. K. Ramachandran 2004. Biodiversity Documentation for Kerala. Part 10: Reptiles. KFRI Hand Book No. 17. Kerala Forest Research Institute, Peechi 680 653

Dr. N.V. Joshi

Single Author Publications

  1. Joshi, N. V. (2000) Conditions for the Trivers-Willard hypothesis to be valid: a minimal population-genetic model Journal of Genetics, 79 (1). pp. 9-15. ISSN 0022-1333
  2. Joshi, N. V. (1998). Of fine pedigree Journal of Genetics, 77 (2-3). pp. 133-134. ISSN 0022-1333
  3. Joshi, N. V. (1990) Transposable element-medicated evolution of sex: a population genetic model Journal of Genetics, 69 (3). pp. 127-139. ISSN 0022-1333
  4. Joshi, N. V. (1987) Evolution of cooperation by reciprocation within structured demes Journal of Genetics, 66 (1). pp. 69-84. ISSN 0022-1333
  5. Joshi, N. V. (1986) Evolution of sex ratios in social hymenoptera: consequences of finite brood size Journal of Genetics, 65 (1-2). pp. 55-64. ISSN 0022-1333

Multiple author publications

  1. Banerjee, Mousumi; Balaram, Hemalatha; Joshi, N. V.; Balaram, P. (2011) Engineered dimer interface mutants of triosephosphate isomerase: the role of inter-subunit interactions in enzyme function and stability Protein Engineering Design and Selection, 24 (5). pp. 463-472. ISSN 1741-012.
  2. Chaturvedi, Rajiv K. ; Gopalakrishnan, Ranjith ; Jayaraman, Mathangi ; Bala, Govindasamy; Joshi, N. V. ; Sukumar, Raman ; Ravindranath, N. H. (2011) Impact of climate change on Indian forests: a dynamic vegetation modeling approach Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 16 (2). pp. 119-142. ISSN 1573-1596
  3. Ravindranath, N. H. ; Chaturvedi, Rajiv K. ; Joshi, N. V. ; Sukumar, R. ; Sathaye, Jayant (2011) Implications of climate change on mitigation potential estimates for forest sector in India Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 16 (2). pp. 211-227. ISSN 1381-2386
  4. Iengar, Prathima ; Joshi, N. V. (2009) Identification of putative regulatory motifs in the upstream regions of co-expressed functional groups of genes in Plasmodium falciparum BMC Genomics, 10 . 18_1-18_21. ISSN 1471-216.
  5. Nath, Cheryl D.; Dattaraja, H. S. ; Suresh, H. S. ; Joshi, N. V. ; Sukumar, R. (2006) Patterns of tree growth in relation to environmental variability in the tropical dry deciduous forest at Mudumalai, southern India Journal of Biosciences, 31 (5). pp. 651-669. ISSN 0250-5991
  6. Iengar, Prathima; Joshi, N. V.; Balaram, Padmanabhan (2006) Conformational and sequence signatures in β helix proteins Structure, 14 (3). pp. 529-542. ISSN 0969-2126
  7. Ramachandra, T. V. ; Subramanian, D. K. ; Joshi, N. V. (2001) A decision support system for optimal design of hydroelectric projects in Uttara Kannada Energy for Sustainable Development, 5 (3). pp. 14-31. ISSN 0973-0826
  8. Ramachandra, T. V. ; Subramanian, D. K. ; Joshi, N. V. ; Gunaga, S. V. ; Harikantra, R. B. (2000) Domestic energy consumption patterns in Uttara Kannada District, Karnataka State, India Energy Conversion and Management, 41 (8). pp. 775-831. ISSN 0196-8904
  9. Ramachandra, T. V. ; Subramanian, D. K. ; Joshi, N. V. ; Gunaga, S. V. ; Harikantra, R. B. (2000) End use efficiencies in the domestic sector of Uttara Kannada District Energy Conversion and Management, 41 (8). pp. 833-845. ISSN 0196-8904
  10. Ramachandra, T. V. ; Subramanian, D. K. ; Joshi, N. V. (2000) Optimal design of hydroelectric projects in Uttara Kannada, India Hydrological Sciences Journal, 45 (2). pp. 299-314. ISSN 0262-6667
  11. Ramachandra, T. V. ; Subramanian, D. K. ; Joshi, N. V. (1999) Hydroelectric resource assessment in Uttara Kannada District, Karnataka State, India Journal of Cleaner Production, 7 (3). pp. 195-211. ISSN 0959-6526
  12. Utkarsh, Ghate; Joshi, N. V.; Gadgil, M. (1998) On the patterns of tree diversity in the Western Ghats of India Current Science, 75 (6). pp. 594-603. ISSN 0011-3891
  13. Pramod, P.; Ranjit Daniels, R. J.; Joshi, N. V. ; Gadgil, Madhav (1997). Evaluating bird communities of Western Ghats to plan for a biodiversity friendly development Current Science, 73 (2). pp. 156-162. ISSN 0011-3891
  14. Pramod, P. ; Joshi, N. V. ; Ghate, Utkarsh ; Gadgil, Madhav (1997) On the hospitality of Western Ghats habitats for bird communities Current Science, 73 (2). pp. 122-127. ISSN 0011-3891
  15. Ramachandra, T. V.; Subramanian, D. K. ; Joshi, N. V. (1997) Wind energy potential assessment in Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka, India Renewable Energy, 10 (4). pp. 585-611. ISSN 0960-1481
  16. Joshi, N. V. ; Gadgil, M.; Patil, S. (1996) Correlates of the desired family size among Indian communities Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 93 (13). pp. 6387-6392. ISSN 0027-8424
  17. Daniels, R. J. R. ; Gadgil, Madhav ; Joshi, N. V. (1995) Impact of human extraction on tropical humid forests in the Western Ghats Uttara Kannada, South India Journal of Applied Ecology, 32 (4). pp. 866-874. ISSN 0021-8901
  18. Gadgil, Sulochana ; Sheshagiri Rao, P. R. ; Joshi, N. V. ; Sridhar, S. (1995) Forecasting rain for groundnut farmers- How good is good enough? Current Science, 68 (3). pp. 301-309. ISSN 0011-3891
  19. Joshi, N. V.; Korde, Vivek V.; Sitaramam, V. (1993) Logic of the genetic code: conservation of long-range interactions among amino acids as a prime factor Journal of Genetics, 72 (2-3). pp. 47-58. ISSN 0022-1333
  20. Joshi, N. V.; Shankar, Uma; Ganeshaiah, K. N. (1993) The ‘neighbour effect’ and its role in shaping the positional pattern of seed development in fruits: an illustration from the pods of Erythrina suberosa Current Science, 65 (3). pp. 234-238. ISSN 0011-3891
  21. Gore, A. P. ; Paranjape, S. A. ; Rajgopalan, Geeta ; Kharshikar, A. V. ; Joshi, N. V. ; Watve, M. G. ; Gogate, M. G. (1993) Tiger census: role of quantification Current Science, 64 . pp. 711-714. ISSN 0011-3891
  22. Joshi, N. V.; Gadgil, Madhav; Patil, Suresh (1993) Exploring cultural diversity of the people of India Current Science, 64 (1). pp. 10-17. ISSN 0011-3891
  23. Gadgil, Sulochana; Yadumani; Joshi, N. V. (1993) Coherent rainfall zones of the Indian region International Journal of Climatology, 13 (5). pp. 547-566. ISSN 0899-8418
  24. Joshi, N. V. (1992) Sibling rivalry between seeds within a fruit: some population genetic models Journal of Genetics, 71 (3). pp. 105-119. ISSN 0022-1333
  25. Daniels, R. J. ; Joshi, N. V. ; Gadgil, M. (1992) On the relationship between bird and woody plant species diversity in the Uttara Kannada district of south India Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 89 (12). pp. 5311-5315. ISSN 0027-8424
  26. Sukumar, R. ; Dattaraja, H. S. ; Suresh, H. S. ; Radhakrishnan, J. ; Vasudeva, R. ; Nirmala, S. ; Joshi, N. V. (1992) Long term monitering of vegetation in a tropical deciduous forest in Mudumalai, Southern India Current Science, 62 (9). pp. 608-616. ISSN 0011-3891
  27. Daniels, R. J. Ranjit ; Hegde, Malati ; Joshi, N. V. ; Gadgil, Madhav (1991) Assigning conservation value: a case study from India Conservation Biology, 5 (4). pp. 464-475. ISSN 0888-8892
  28. Joshi, N. V.; Gadgil, Madhav (1991). On the role of refugia in promoting prudent use of biological resources Theoretical Population Biology, 40 (2). pp. 211-229. ISSN 0040-5809
  29. Ganeshaiah, K. N.; Uma Shaanker, R.; Joshi, Niranjan Vasudeo (1991) Evolution of polyembryony: consequences to the fitness of mother and offspring Journal of Genetics, 70 (2). pp. 103-127. ISSN 0022-1333
  30. Daniels, R. J. Ranjit ; Joshi, N. V. ; Gadgil, Madhav (1990) Changes in the bird fauna of Uttara Kannada, India, in relation to changes in land use over the past century Biological Conservation, 52 (1). pp. 37-48. ISSN 0006-3207
  31. Joshi, N. V. (1988) Evolution of polyandry by reduction in progeny number variance in structured populations Journal of Genetics, 67 (3). pp. 161-171. ISSN 0022-1333
  32. Sukumar, R. ; Joshi, N. V. ; Krishnamurthy, V. (1988) Growth in the Asian elephant Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences – Animal Sciences, 97 (6). pp. 561-571. ISSN 0253-4118
  33. Gadgil, Madhav ; Hegde, Malati ; Joshi, N. V. ; Gadgil, Sulochana (1985) On the communication of well-being Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences – Animal Sciences, 94 (6). pp. 575-586. ISSN 0253-4118
  34. Joshi, N. V.; Gadagkar, Raghavendra (1985) Evolution of sex ratios in social hymenoptera: kin selection, local mate competition, polyandry and kin recognition Journal of Genetics, 64 (1). pp. 41-58. ISSN 0022-1333
  35. Gadagkar, Raghavendra; Joshi, N. V. (1985) Colony fission in a social wasp Current Science, 54 (2). pp. 57-62. ISSN 0011-3891
  36. Gadagkar, Raghavendra; Joshi, N. V. (1984) Social organisation in the Indian wasp Ropalidia cyathiformis (Fab.) (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) Zeitschrift fur Tierpsychologie, 64 (1). pp. 15-32. ISSN 0044-3573
  37. Sinha, Somdatta; Joshi, N. V.; Subba Rao, J.; Mookerjee, Sivatosh (1984) A four-variable model for the pattern-forming mechanism in Hydra Biosystems, 17 (1). pp. 15-22. ISSN 0303-264.
  38. Gadgil, Madhav; Joshi, N. V.; Gadgil, Sulochana (1983). On the moulding of population viscosity by natural selection Journal of Theoretical Biology, 104 (1). pp. 21-42. ISSN 0022-5193
  39. Gadagkar, Raghavendra; Joshi, N. V. (1983) Quantitative ethology of social wasps: time-activity budgets and caste differentiation in Ropalidia marginata (Lep.) (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) Animal Behaviour, 31 (1). pp. 26-31. ISSN 0003-3472
  40. Gadgil, Sulochana; Joshi, N. V. (1983) Climatic clusters of the Indian region International Journal of Climatology, 3 (1). pp. 47-63. ISSN 0899-8418.
  41. Gadagkar, Raghavendra ; Gadgil, Madhav ; Joshi, N. V. ; Mahabal, A. S. (1982) Observations on the natural history and population ecology of the social wasp Ropalidia marginata (Lep.) from Peninsular India (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences – Animal Sciences, 91 (6). pp. 539-552. ISSN 0253-4118
  42. Gadagkar, Raghavendra ; Joshi, N. V. (1982) Behaviour of the Indian social wasp Ropalidia cyathiformis on a nest of separate combs (Hymenoptera: Vespidae) Journal of Zoology, 198 (1). pp. 27-38. ISSN 0952-8369
  43. Gadagkar, Raghavendra ; Nanjundiah, Vidyanand ; Joshi, N. V. ; Sharat Chandra, H. (1982) Dosage compensation and sex determination in Drosophila: mechanism of measurement of the X/A ratio+ Journal of Biosciences, 4 (3). pp. 377-390. ISSN 0250-5991
  44. Gadagkar, Raghavendra ; Joshi, N. V. (1982) A comparative study of social structure in colonies of Ropalidia Proceedings of the Ninth Congress of the International Union for the Study of Social Insects, Boulder, Colorado . pp. 187-191.
  45. Joshi, N. V.; Rao, V. S. R. (1982) Theoretical studies on β-lactam antibiotics. VI. Conformational analysis and structure-activity relationships of penicillin sulfoxides and cephalosporins Journal of Biosciences, 4 (2). pp. 209-218. ISSN 0250-5991
  46. Gadagkar, Raghavendra ; Nanjundiah, V. ; Joshi, N. V. ; Sharat Chandra, H. (1981) Measurement of the ratio of the number of X chromosomes to sets of autosomes in Drosophila melanogaster Current Science, 50 (18). pp. 805-807. ISSN 0011-3891
  47. Ramachandra, T. V., Chandran, M. S., Joshi, N. V., Karthick, B., & Mukri, V. D. (2015). Ecohydrology of Lotic Systems in Uttara Kannada, Central Western Ghats, India. In Environmental Management of River Basin Ecosystems (pp. 621-665). Springer International Publishing.

Dr. R.J. Ranjit Daniels

Single Author Publication

  1. Daniels, R.J.R. (1994). A landscape approach to conservation of birds, J. Biosciences 19:503-509.
  2. Daniels, R.J.R. (1996). Landscape ecology and conservation of birds in the Western Ghats, South India Ibis 138:64-69.
  3. Daniels, R.J.R. (1991). Island biogeography and the birds of the Lakshadweep Archipelago, Indian Ocean, J. Bombay Natural History Society 88: 320-328.
  4. Daniels, R.J.R. (1991) On the occurrence of the Malabar Torrent Toad (Ansonia ornate Gunther) in South Kanara, Karnataka, J. Bombay Nat. His. Soc. 88:127-128
  5. Daniels, R.J.R. (1991) The problem of conserving amphibians in the Western Ghats, India, Current Science 60:630-632.
  6. Daniels, R.J.R. (1992) Geographical range and ecology of the verrucose frog Rana keralensis (Dubois), J. Bombay Nat. His. Soc. 89:199-203.
  7. Daniels, R.J.R. (1992) Geographical distribution patterns of amphibians in the Western Ghats, India J. Biogeography 19:521-529. Daniels, R.J.R. (1992) Range extensions in some south Indian amphibians, Hamadryad 17:40-42. Daniels, R.J.R. (1992) Captive breeding of anurans, Hamadryad 17:46-48.
  8. Daniels, R.J.R. (1992) Environmental impact assessment of ecological resources: lessons from the proposed Konkan Railway Line, Energy and Environment Monitor 8:67-70.
  9. Daniels, R.J.R. (1993) The Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve and its role in preserving India’s biological diversity, Current Science 64:706-708. Sundaresan, S.R. and Daniels, R.J.R. (1994) Distribution and abundance of the common garden lizard Calotes versicolor in the Madras Crocodile Bank, J. Bombay Nat. His. Soc. 91:268-274.
  10. Daniels, R.J.R. (1996) The Vanishing aborigines of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Current Science 70:775-776.
  11. Daniels, R.J.R. (1997) Taxonomic Uncertainties and conservation assessment of the Western Ghats, Current Science 73:169-170.
  12. Daniels, R J R (2003) Impact of tea cultivation on anurans in the Western Ghats. Current Science 85(10): 1415-1422.
  13. Daniels, R J R (2004) Interlinking of rivers: ecologists wake up! Current Science 87(8): 1030-1031.
  14. Daniels, R J R (2006) The Second National Conference of the Western Ghats Forum. Current Science 80(4): 481
  15. Daniels, R J R (2006) Introduced fishes a potential threat to the native freshwater fishes of peninsular India. J. Bombay Nat Hist Soc 103(2&3): 346-348.
  16. Daniels, R J R (2008) Taxonomic vandalism: the case of the giant wrinkled frog. Current Science 94(2):
  17. Daniels, R J R (2008) Can we save the sparrow? Current Science 95 (11): 1527-28
  18. Daniels, R J R (2011) Snake abundance: the limits of occupancy-based estimates. Current Science 101(2):
  19. Daniels, R J R (2011) Common biases that plague conservation assessments in the Western Ghats. Current Science 101(10): 1271-1274
  20. Daniels, R.J.R. Tropical birds and climate change: lessons from the southern Eastern Ghats, 10 June 2015, 108 (11).

Books/Book Chapters

  1. Daniels, R.J.R. (1992). Of Feathers and Colours – Birds of Urban South India. Interline Publishing, Bangalore.
  2. Daniels, R.J.R. (1992) Of Feathers and Colours: Birds of Urban South India. Bangalore,Interline Publishers, pp72.
  3. Daniels, R.J.R. (1997) A Field Guide to the Birds of Southwestern India New Delhi, OxfordUniversity Press, pp217.
  4. Daniels, R J R (2002) India a Lifescape: Freshwater Fishes of Peninsular India.Universities Press (India) Ltd, Hyderabad, pp288*
  5. Daniels, R J R (2005) India a Lifescape: Amphibians of Peninsular India. UniversitiesPress (India) Ltd, Hyderabad, pp268.
  6. Daniels, R J R (2006) The Nilgiri Tahr: An endemic south Indian goat. Macmillan India Ltd,New Delhi, pp94.
  7. Daniels, R J R and Vencatesan, J (2008) Western Ghats: Biodiversity, People,Conservation. Rupa & Co, New Delhi, pp148*
  8.  Daniels, R J R and Krishnaswamy, J (2009) Environmental Studies. New Delhi, Wiley India Pvt Ltd, pp249.
  9. Daniels, R J R et al (2008) 200+ Plants of IIT-Madras. Chennai, IIT-M
  10. Daniels, R J R and Arivazhagan, C (2008) 150 Animals of IIT-Madras. Chennai, IIT-M.

Multiple Author Publications

  1. Daniels, R J R and Vencatesan, J (2007) Western Ghats: Biodiversity, Conservation and People. Rupa & Co, New Delhi (Best seller)
  2. Daniels, R.J.R., Joshi, N.V. and Gadgil, M. (1990) Changes in the bird fauna of Uttara Kannada, India, in relation to changes in land use over the past century, Biological Conservation 52: 37-48.
  3. Daniels, R.J.R., Hegde, M. and Gadgil, M. (1990) Birds of the man-made ecosystems: the plantations, Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. (Ani. Sci.) 99:79-89
  4. Daniels, R.J.R., Hegde, M., Joshi, N.V. and Gadgil, M. (1991) Assigning conservation value: a case study from India, Conservation Biology 5:1-12.
  5. Daniels, R.J.R., Joshi, N.V. and Gadgil, M. (1992) On the relationship between bird species richness and woody plant species diversity in Uttara Kannada district of South India, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. (USA) 89:5311-5315.
  6. Daniels, R.J.R., Subash Chandran, M.D. and Gadgil, M. (1993) A strategy for conserving the biodiversity of Uttara Kannada, a district in South India, Environmental Conservation 20(2):131-138.
  7. Daniels, R.J.R., Joshi, N.V. and Gadgil, M. (1995) Human extraction and its influence on the humid tropical forests of the Uttara Kannada district, South India, J. Applied Ecology 32:866-874.
  8. Daniels, R.J.R., Hegde, M. and Vinutha, C. (1989) Observations on the biology of the praying mantis Creobater urbana Fabr., (Orthoptera: Mantidae), J. Bombay Natural History Society 86:329-332.
  9. Sundaresan, S.R. and Daniels, R.J.R. (1994) Distribution and abundance of the common garden lizard Calotes versicolor in the Madras Crocodile Bank, J. Bombay Nat. His. Soc. 91:268-274.
  10. Daniels, R.J.R. and Patil, V. (1995) Value addition a threat to Calophyllum species, Current Science 68:493-495. Daniels, R.J.R., Anil Kumar, N. and Jayanthi, M. (1995) Endemic, rare and threatened flowering plants of South India, Current Science 68:(5):493-495.
  11. Daniels, R.J.R. and Jayanthi, M. (1996) Biology and conservation of endangered plants: The need to study breeding systems, Tropical Ecology Vol:37 No.1:39-42.
  12. Jayanthi, M. and Daniels, R.J.R. (1996) Crotalaria longipes in the Nilgiris and Kolli Hills, S.India, Plant Talk No.5:27-28.
  13. Daniels, R.J.R. and Ravichandran, M.S. (1995) The Ceylonese tree frog Polypedates cruciger Blyth a new record for India, Asiatic Herpetological Research 6:36-37.
  14. Daniels, R.J.R. and Vencatesan, J. (1995) Traditional ecological knowledge and sustainable use of natural resources, Current Science 69(07):569-570.
  15. Pramod, P., Daniels, R.J.R., Joshi, N.V. and Gadgil, M. (1997) Evaluating bird communities of Western Ghats to plan for a biodiversity friendly development, Current Science 73:156-162.
  16. Daniels, R.J.R. and Vencatesan, J. (1998) Ecosystem flips in cultural landscapes: the case of Kolli Hills in South India, Current Science 75 (4): 353-355. Daniels R.J.R. (1999) The mangroves’ last stand, Biologist 46 (1), pp 8-11. Daniels, R J R (2001) Endemic fishes of the Western Ghats and the Satpura Hypothesis. Current Science 81 (3): 240-244.
  17. Daniels, R J R, Ramachandran, V S, Vencatesan, J, Ramakantha, V and Puyravaud, J-P (2007) Dispelling the myth of tropical dry evergreen forests of India. Current Science 92(5): 586-588.
  18. Daniels, R J R, Easa, P S and Alembath, M (2008) Distribution and status of the endangered Nilgiri Tahr. Current Science 94(1):
  19. Ranganathan, J, Daniels, R J R, Subash Chandran, M D, Ehrlich, P R and Daily, G C (2008) Sustaining biodiversity in ancient tropical countryside. PNAS 105 (10): 1073-
  20. Daniels, R J R and C Arivazhagan (2008) The Indian Blackbuck recovers from the brink of extinction in Chennai, India. Oryx 42(4): 487
  21. Gadgil, M, Daniels, R J R, Ganeshaiah, K N, Prasad, S N, Murthy, M S R, Jha, C S, Ramesh, B R and Subramanian, K A (2011) Mapping ecologically sensitive, significant and salient areas of the Western Ghats: proposed protocols and methodology. Current Science 100(2): 175-182.
  22. Gore, A P, Pranjpe, S A, Joshi, C, Pramod, P, Subramanian, K A, Daniels, R J R and Gerow, K (2011) Adaptive sampling strategy for assessing avian diversity. International Journal of Statistical Sciences 11 (special issue):
  23. Bohm, M et al (2013) Conservation status of the world’s reptiles. Biological Conservation 157: 372-385
  24. Ranjit Daniels, R. J., Patrick David, J. and B. Vinoth. Forests as refuges for birds in the Eastern Ghats of Tamil Nadu, Current Science, May 2015, 108 (09).

Dr. Jayshree Vencatesan

Single Author Publications

  1. Vencatesan J (1996) Women’s Multiple Roles and Coping Strategies: Myths and Realities. Indian Journal of Gender Studies, 3:1,39-56Vencatesan, J. (2006) Key issues in the conservation of marine biodiversity. Current Science. 25 May 2006, 90 (10)  
  2. Vencatesan J (1998). Gender and Biodiversity Correlates of Food Security (in) Shaw and Wild (eds) Proceedings of the First International Human Dimensions Programme, Bonn
  3. Vencatesan, J. (2006) Science-society interface: Pugwash Conference on HIV/AIDS. Current Science25 August 2006, 91 (04)    
  4. Vencatesan, J (2006). Recent initiatives in distance education. Current Science. 10 October 2006, 91 (07)    
  5. Vencatesan, J.(2006) Seventeenth mid-year meeting of the Indian Academy of Sciences. Current Science.25 November 2006, 91 (10)
  6. Vencatesan, J.(2006) Wastelands: is it time to rethink?. Current Science. 10 December 2006, 91 (11)    
  7. Vencatesan, J (2007) Biology today. Current Science25 January 2007, 92 (02)    
  8. Vencatesan, J (2007) 72nd Annual Meeting of the Indian Academy of Sciences. Current Science10 March 2007, 92 (05)    
  9. Vencatesan, J (2007) Rediscovering Consilience. Current Science.10 April 2007, 92 (07)
  10. Vencatesan, J (2007) Of scholars without borders. Current Science.25 April 2007, 92 (08)    
  11. Vencatesan, J (2007) Alternatives to the use of animals in research, testing and education. Current Science.|  25 April 2007, 92 (08)
  12. Vencatesan, J (2007) Ignored pockets of India. Current Science.10 August 2007, 93 (03)    
  13. Vencatesan, J (2007) Protecting wetlands. Current Science.10 August 2007, 93 (03)    
  14. Vencatesan, J (2007) Perplexing ground realities. Current Science.|  10 October 2007, 93 (07)
  15. Vencatesan, J (2007) The next good meal. Current Science.|  10 January 2008, 94 (01)    
  16. Vencatesan, J (2008) Watering the desert. Current Science.  25 January 2008, 94 (02)
  17. Vencatesan, J (2008) Gender and conservation – Some issues.  Current Science.  10 May 2008, 94 (09)    
  18. Vencatesan, J (2008) Sea faring traditions of the Indian west coast. Current Science|  10 July 2008, 95 (01)

Books/Book Chapters

  1. Vencatesan J, Gender and Conservation – some issues (2009) Eco feminism – An Overview. D. Mitra and K. Basu (eds) IcFAI Books, The IcFAI University Press, Hyderabad.
  2. Vencatesan, J: Man in Biosphere: vignettes of representation from the Sangam. Anthropological Survey of India, Calcutta (in press).
  3. Vencatesan J and E Manimaran (Eds) (2008) 200+ Plants of IIT-M. Golden Jubilee Commemoration Publication, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras.
  4. Vencatesan J and E Manimaran (Eds) (2008) 150 Animals of IIT-M. Golden Jubilee Commemoration Publication, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras.

Multiple Author Publications

  1. Daniels, R.J.R and J.Vencatesan (1995) Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Sustainable Use of Natural Resources. Current Science, 69: 569-570
  2. Daniels, R.J.R, J.Vencatesan and G.Anuradha (1997). Biodiversity Indexing in Agriculture – A Training Module for the FARM/FAO/UNDP
  3. Daniels, R.J.R. and Vencatesan, J. (1997) Conservation of India’s Biodiversity for National Integration, Vivekananda Kendra Patrika (Special Issue), 156-159.
  4. Daniels, R.J.R and J.Vencatesan (1998) Ecosystem Flips in Cultural Landscapes: The Case of Kolli Hills Current Science,75:353-355
  5. Daniels, R.J.R. and Vencatesan, J. (1998). Whatever happened to India’s Conservation traditions? Proceedings of the Workshop on ‘Classical India Legal Concern in Environmental Protection’ (Sept 26-27, 1998), National Law School University, Bangalore
  6. Vencatesan J and R. J. R.Daniels (1998) Gender and Biodiversity Correlates of Food Security. Proceedings of the symposium on Gender and Technology, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok
  7. Daniels, R.J.R. and Vencatesan, J. (2000) Mountain biodiversity, land use dynamics and traditional ecological knowledge. Current Science 79(7):1020-1021.
  8. Gadgil, M et al. (2000) Participatory Local Level Assessment of Life Support Systems: A Methodology Manual. Technical Report No.78, CES, Indian Institute of Science.
  9. Daniels, R J R and Vencatesan, J (2002). Tourism, Biodiversity and Information. Current Science 83(10):1266-1267.
  10. Vencatesan, J and Daniels, R J R (2003). The last sorcerer – echoes of the rainforest. Current Science, 84(4)
  11. Daniels, R J R, Vencatesan, J and Ramachandran, V S (2005) Fragile Ecosystems and the Eastern Ghats. EPTRI-ENVIS Newsletter 11(2): 5-8.
  12. Daniels, R J R, Vencatesan, J and Moorthy, K (2005) Impact to Wildlife and their Habitats in Coastal Areas of Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Kerala as a result of the Earthquake and Tsunami of December 2004 In: The Ground Beneath the Waves: Post-tsunami impact assessment of wildlife and their habitats in India. Vol. I. Kaul, R and Menon, V (Eds) Wildlife Trust of India, New Delhi, pp10-49.
  13. Vencatesan, J, Daniels, R J R &Gadgil, M (2005) Women and Environment. In: Women of India – Colonial and Post-colonial Periods (ed) Bharati Ray, Sage Publishers, New Delhi, pp622.
  14. Drescher, A et al (2007). Risk assessment of extreme precipitation in the coastal areas of Chennai as an element of catastrophe prevention. Forum DKKV/CEDIM/ Proceedings of the workshop on Disaster reduction in climate change. Karlsruhe University.
  15. Daniels RJ, Ramachandran VS, Vencatesan J, Ramakantha V, Puyravaud JP. Dispelling the myth of tropical dry evergreen forests of India. Current Science. 2007, 92(5):586.
  16. Pfeiffer C, S Glaser, J Vencatesan, E Schliermann-Kraus, A Drescher, R Glaser (2008) Facilitating participatory multilevel decision-making by using interactive mental maps. Geospatial Health 3(1), 2008, pp. 103-112
  17. Glaser, R. Glaser, A. Drescher, C. Pfeiffer, E. Schliermann-Kraus, M. Lechner and J. Vencatesan 2008. Geo-communication for risk assessment and catastrophe prevention of flood events in the coastal areas of Chennai. In: MiquelSànchez-Marrè, Javier Béjar, Joaquim Comas, Andrea E. Rizzoli, Giorgio Guariso (Eds.)Proceedings of the iEMSs Fourth Biennial Meeting: International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software (iEMSs 2008). International Environmental Modelling and Software Society, Barcelona, Catalonia, July 2008: 1569-1577.
  18. Sandilayn, S, Thiyagesan,K,, Nagarajan R and Vencatesan, J. (2010) Salinity rise in Indian mangroves – a looming danger for coastal biodiversity. Current Science. 25 March 2010, 98 (06)    
  19. Gebhardt, H, Glaser, R, Radtke, U, Reuber, P (Ed) Physical Geography and Human Geography, Second Edition 2012, XIV, 1330. Springer Spectrum – one of the contributing authors.
  20. Bhaskar, A. and Vencatesan, J.V. (2015), Challenges of Managing Water Bodies as Bird Sanctuaries in Tamil Nadu. Current Science, (109) 3:403-404.

Dr. Subramanean

Single Author Publications

  1. J. (2001). A survey of nesting olive ridley sea turtle in Chennai coast.Cobra.44:1-4.
  2. J. (2001).Observations on snakes in the suburbs of Chennai.Cobra.46:33-35.
  3. J. (2002).Kovilapakkam- a lake ecosystem.Cobra.49:10-12
  4. Subramanean J. (2003).The Green pond frog (Rana hexadactyla) in a village pond in Kancheepuram district, Tamil Nadu. Cobra 54:11-13
  5. J. (2003).Notes on an event in a village pond.Cobra.54:.14
  6. J. (2004). The plight of the ridley. Cobra.58:1-4
  7. J. (2005). Nesting and adult mortality of the olive ridley sea turtle along Mamallapuram coast, Tamil Nadu, South India. Herpinstance.2 (2): 5-7
  8. J. (2005). Post tsunami observations on nesting activity of olive ridley sea  turtle ( Lepidochelys olivacea) along Chennai coast. Herpinstance. 2 (2): 7
  9. J. (2007). Lizards of the east coast. Herpinstance 4(2)
  10. J (2009). Morphometrics of Fan throated lizard Sitana ponticeriana Cuvier in a scrubland habitat near Chennai- Cobra. 3(4):21-23
  11. J (2012). Lizard fauna of Kancheepuram District, North Eastern Tamil Nadu, Southern India, Cobra VI (1):12-22

Multiple Author Publications

  1. J. & Davidar P. (2004).Changes in avifauna over a sixteen year period in the Pondicherry university campus. Newsletter for Ornithologists. 1(4):50-52.
  2. Bhupathy, S., M.Vijay, A.M.A. Nixon, J.Subramanean, R. Kuranakaran and Gokulakrishnan (2006). The status of sea turtle population along the Tamil Nadu and      Kerala coast. In. Towards integrated and collaborative sea turtle conservation programme in India: a UNEP/ CMS- IOSEA Project report (eds. K.Shanker & H.V.Andrews). Centre for Herpetology/ Madras Crocodile Bank Trust, Post Bag 4, Mammalapuram, Tamil Nadu.
  3. Bhupathy .S, J.Subramanean. & M.Vijay. (2007). Nesting of Lepidochelys olivacea      along the South Chennai coast, with emphasis on habitat characteristics. Hamadryad.31 (2):274-280
  4. J and M.Vikram Reddy. (2008). Impact of Land Use Change on Fan Throated Lizard (Sitana ponticeriana) Population. Wildlife Biodiversity Conservation.Ed. Mallapureddi Vikram Reddy. Daya Publishing House. 157-161
  5. Subramanean J and M. Vikram Reddy (2010). Effect of casuarina (Casuarina equisetifolia) plantation on the sand skink (Eutropis bibronii Gray 1839) population.   Current science.98 (5):604
  6. Subramanean J and M. Vikram Reddy (2010).Seasonal variations in population densities of three lizard species   along the Coromandel coast, India. Hamadryad. 35 (1):  37-45
  7. Subramanean J and M. Vikram Reddy (2012) Monitor lizards and geckoes used in traditional medicine face extinction and need protection. Current science 102(9):1248-
  8. Subramanean J and M. Vikram Reddy (2012) .Diurnal variation in lizard densities of three species of lizards – Sitana ponticeriana, Calotes versicolor and Eutropis bibronii in relation to temperatures and relative humidity across different seasons in Coromandel coast near Chennai (India) . Russian Journal of Herpetology. 19 (4):277-283

Dr. Avantika Bhaskar

Multiple Author Publications

  1. Bhaskar, A. and Muthu Karthick, N. (2015), Riparian Forests for healthy rivers. Current Science, 108(10): 1788-1789.
  2. Bhaskar, A. and Vencatesan, J.V. (2015), Challenges of Managing Water Bodies as Bird Sanctuaries in Tamil Nadu. Current Science, (109) 3:403-404.
  3. Ray, S., Dansana, P. K., Bhaskar, A., Giri, J., Kapoor, S., Khurana, J. P., & Tyagi, A. K. (2009). Emerging trends in functional genomics for stress tolerance in crop plants. Plant stress biology: from genomics to systems biology, 37-63.

N. Muthu Karthick

Multiple Author Publications

  1. Bhaskar, A. and Muthu Karthick, N. (2015), Riparian Forests for healthy rivers. Current Science, 108(10): 1788-1789.
  2. Angiosperms of Nanmangalam Reserve Forest, an urban forest in metropolitan Chennai, India (Feb 2012) — Check List 8(1): 057-076, 2012  http://www.checklist.org.br/getpdf?SL103-11
  3. Distribution, Abundance and Management of Bonnet Macaque in the Campus of Indian Institute of Technology Madras (Jul 2011) http://www.iitm.ac.in/sites/default/files/uploads/monkeys.pdf
  4. 150 Animals of IIT-Madras (Sep 2008) — Contributed by photographing Civet cats, Bats and Birds, published by Indian Institute of Technology Madras and Care Earth; ISBN 978-81-904235-5-7
  5. 200+ Plants of IIT-Madras (Jul 2008) — Co-authored plant descriptions, published by Indian Institute of Technology Madras and Care Earth; ISBN 978-81-904235-4-0

K. Narasimmarajan

Multiple Author Publications

  1. Narasimmarajan, K. & Subhasis Mahato. (2013). First record of Lined Supple Skink (Ligosoma lineata) from Melghat tiger Reserve, Maharashtra. Reptile Rap. 15: 9-10
  2. Narasimmarajan, K. & C. Raghunathan. (2012). Status of Long Tailed Macaque (Macaca fascicularis umbrosa) and conservation of the recovery population in Great Nicobar Island, India. Wildlife Biology in practice. 8 (2), 1-8.
  3. Narasimmarajan, K. Lalthan Puia and Bidyut. B. Barman, (2012). Population density, Group size and abundance of hanuman langur (Semnopithecus entellus) in Melghat Tiger Reserve Maharashtra, central India. NeBIO– 3 (1) 84 – 88.
  4. Ramesh, T. Sridaran, N. Sankar, K. Qureshi, Q. Selvan, M. K. Gokulakanan, N. Francis, P. Narasimmarajan, K. Y.V. Jhala & Rajesh Gopal. (2012). Status of large carnivores and their prey in tropical rainforests of South western Ghats, India. Tropical Ecology 53 (2):137-148
  5. Narasimmarajan, K. Bidyut. B. Barman and Lalthan Puia. (2012). Population density and Group size of Grey Jungle fowl (Gallus sonneratti) in Melghat Tiger Reserve central India. Journal of Threatened Taxa. 4 (7): 2723-2726.
  6. Harish Kumar., Narasimmarajan, K and Nitika Sharma. (2012). Socio-economic profiles and corridor mapping of two bottleneck regions lying between Rajaji and Corbett national parks, Uttarakhand, North India. Journal of Zoology. 1 (1): 18-36.
  7. Narasimmarajan, K. Nagarajan, R. and Kumaraguru, A. (2011). Some observations on Demography and edible plants of Lion tailed macaques (Macaca silenus) in the rainforest fragmented habitats of Anamalai Hills, Western Ghats. Research in Biology, 5: 352-362.
  8. Narasimmarajan, K. Aniruddh. k. Vasava, Subhasis Mahato and Abinash parida. “Butterflies of Gugamal division in Melghat Tiger Reserve” Maharashtra, Central India. Journal of Threatened Taxa– under review (Ms # o2768).
  9. Narasimmarjan, K. and Subhasis Mahato. “Noteworthy record of the Critically Endangered Forest Owlet (Athene blewitti) in Amravati District, Maharashtra, Central India”, Journal of Threatened Taxa– under review (Ms # o2820).
  10. Narasimmarajan, K. Manimozhi, A. Srinivas, G. Reproductive biology of captive lion tailed macaque (Macaca silenus) in Aringar Anna Zoological Park, Tamil Nadu, Southern India. Journal of Tropical Ecology– under review (MSE# 3160).
  11. Narasimmarajan, K and Nagarajan, R. Habitat isolation and Resource availability Effects on Demography of Lion tailed macaques (Macaca silenus) in the rainforest fragmented habitats of Anamalai Tiger Reserve, Western Ghats, Southern India. Hystrix It Journal of mammalogy, under review (ms # 441 378)