As a part of my work as an ecologist, I work on a variety of projects, ranging from landscape ecology and habitat management, to human-wildlife conflict, and now to wetland ecosystem services in the Western Ghats of India. Writing research publications is an important part of a career as an ecologist, albeit a lengthy process! Below is an updated list of my scientific publications and links to access them online.
My CV can be downloaded here:
Ranganathan, P., Ravikanth, G., & Aravind, N. A. (2021). A review of research and conservation of Myristica swamps, a threatened freshwater swamp of the Western Ghats, India. Wetlands Ecology and Management, 1-19.
Karanth, K.K. & Ranganathan, P. (2018). Assessing human-wildlife interactions in a forest settlement in Sathyamangalam and Mudumalai Tiger Reserves. Tropical Conservation Science, 11, 1940082918802758. — Access HERE
Ranganathan, P. (2017). The Effects of Land Use Change on Sympatric Carnivore Use of Wildlife Corridors in Ranthambhore Tiger Reserve, Rajasthan – M.Sc. Thesis, Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke University — Access HERE