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Bikram Shrestha

Implications of snow leopard distribution, population dynamics and habitat and prey preference for its conservation in Nepal; wildlife ecology; conservation biology; landscape ecology; human-wildlife conflict


Recent publications:

Dhendup T, Shrestha B, et al. (2019) Distribution and Status of Manul in the Himalayas and China. CatNews 13:31–36

Pallas’s cat global action planning group (including Bikram Shrestha) (2019) Conservation Strategy for Pallas’s cat Otocolobus manul. CatNews 13:55–63

Shrestha B, Aihartza J, Kindlmann P (2018) Diet and prey selection by snow leopards in the Nepalese Himalayas. PLoS ONE 13(12): e0206310. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0206310, IF= 2.776 (2018)

Khusi N, Manandhar P, Samundra AB, Thapa K, Thapa K, Shrestha B, et al. (2018) Shadowed by the ghost: the Eurasian lynx in Nepal. CatNews 68:16-19

Timsina B, Rokaya MB, Munzbergova Z, Kindlmann P, Shrestha B, Bhattarai B, Raskoti BB (2016) Diversity, distribution and host-species associations of epiphytic orchids in Nepal. Diversity and distribution 25:2803-2819, IF: 4.092 (2018)

Ale SB, Shrestha B, Jackson R (2014) On the status of Snow Leopard Panthera uncia (Schreber, 1775) in Annapurna, Nepal. Journal of Threatened Taxa 6(3):5534–5543; http://dx.doi.org/10.11609/JoTT.o3635.5534-43

Shrestha B, Ale S et al. (2014) Nepal’s first Pallas’s cat. CatNews 60

Shrestha B, Kindlmann P, Jnawali SR (2012) Interactions between the Himalayan tahr, livestock and snow leopards in the Sagarmatha National Park.  In: Himalayan Biodiversity in the Changing World (Kindlmann P Ed). Springer, Dordrecht. PP 115–145

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