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12017High relative abundance of wild ungulates near agricultural croplands in a livestock-dominated landscape in Western Bhutan: Implications for crop damage and protectionThinley, Pema; Lassoie, James P; Morreale, Stephen J; Curtis, Paul D; Rajaratnam, Rajanathan ; Vernes, Karl A ; Leki, Leki; Phuntsho, Sonam; Dorji, Tshering; Dorji, Pema18-Oct-2017
22018The ecological benefit of tigers (Panthera tigris) to farmers in reducing crop and livestock losses in the eastern Himalayas: Implications for conservation of large apex predatorsThinley, Phuntso; Rajaratnam, Rajanathan ; Lassoie, James; Morreale, Stephen; Curtis, Paul; Vernes, Karl A ; Leki, Leki; Phuntsho, Sonam; Dorji, Tshering; Dorji, Pema6-Mar-2018
32012The Vulnerable red panda 'Ailurus fulgens' in Bhutan: distribution, conservation status and management recommendationsDorji, Sangay; Rajaratnam, Rajanathan ; Vernes, Karl A 9-Apr-2013
42018Identifying conservation priorities for threatened Eastern Himalayan mammalsDorji, Sangay; Rajaratnam, Rajanathan ; Lorena Falconi ; Williams, Stephen E; Sinha, Priyakant ; Vernes, Karl 27-Nov-2018
52015Social interaction and co-occurrence of colour morphs of the Asiatic golden cat, BhutanVernes, Karl A ; Sangay, Tiger; Rajaratnam, Rajanathan ; Singye, Rinchen18-Aug-2015
62016Current Distribution and Conservation Status of Bhutan Takin 'Budorcas Whitei' Lydekker, 1907 (Artiodactyla: Bovidae)Sangay, Tiger; Rajaratnam, Rajanathan ; Vernes, Karl A 23-Jan-2017
72011Habitat Correlates of the Red Panda in the Temperate Forests of BhutanDorji, Sangay; Vernes, Karl A ; Rajaratnam, Rajanathan 9-Nov-2011
8-Local knowledge and attitude towards the Vulnerable Bhutan takin Budorcas whitei among residents living within its seasonal rangeSangay, Tiger; Rajaratnam, Rajanathan ; Vernes, Karl ; Tighe, Matthew 28-Mar-2019