Research Articles [2010 - 2022]

  • Thinley, P., Norbu, T., Rajaratnam, R., Vernes, K., Wangchuk, K., Choki, K., Tenzin, J., Tenzin, S., Kinley, Dorji, S., Wangchuk, T., Cheda, K., Gempa (2019). Population abundance and distribution of the endangered golden langur (Trachypithecus geei, Khajuria 1956) in Bhutan. Primates:1-12
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  • Norbu, L., Thinley, P., Phurpa, Dechen, U., Tshering, P. (2019). Diversity and seasonal abundance of small mammals in Bumdeling Ramsar Site, Trashiyangtse, Eastern Bhutan. Journal of Biodiversity and Environmental Sciences,15(3):36-45
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  • Speer J.H., Shah S.K., Truettner C., Pacheco A., Bekker M.F., Dukpa D., Cook E.R., Tenzin K. (2019). Flood History and River Flow Variability Recorded in Tree Rings on the Dhur River, Bhutan. Dendrochronologia:1-18
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  • Wangchuk, J., Dorji, K. (2018). Stream macro-invertebrate diversity of the Phobjikha Valley, Bhutan. Journal of Threatened Taxa,10(1):11126–11
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  • Thinley et al (2018). The ecological benefit of tigers (Panthera tigris) to farmers in reducing crop and livestock losses in the eastern Himalayas: Implications for conservation of large apex predators. Biological Conservation:119-125
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  • Simon et al (2018). Soil carbon stocks along elevational gradients in Eastern Himalayan mountain forests. Geoderma Regional,12:28-38
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  • Wangdi, S., Norbu, N. (2018). Good fences are key to sustainable pasture management and harmonious pastoral society of Merak and Sakteng in Bhutan. Pastoralism: Research, Policy and Practice,8(4):1-11
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  • Dorji, T., Baral, H., Brookes, J., Facelli, J., Sears, R., Norbu, T., Dorji, K. (2018). Community values and perceptions of ecosystem services of high-altitude oldgrowth oak forests of Bhutan Himalayas. Working Paper:1 - 28
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  • Tenzin. J., Tenzin. K., & Hasenauer. H. (2017). Individual Tree Basal Area Increment Models for Broadleaved Forests in Bhutan. Forestry: an International of Forest Research:1-14
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  • Thinley, P. et al (2017). High relative abundance of wild ungulates near agricultural croplands in a livestock-dominated landscape in Western Bhutan: Implications for crop damage and protection. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment:88-95
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