Soumya Prasad
Soumya Prasad
Research Associate
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Seed dispersal in changing landscapes
KR McConkey, S Prasad, RT Corlett, A Campos-Arceiz, JF Brodie, ...
Biological Conservation 146 (1), 1-13, 2012
Assessing ecological sustainability of non-timber forest produce extraction: the Indian scenario
G Shahabuddin, S Prasad
Conservation and Society, 235-250, 2004
Conservation status of tiger and associated species in the Terai Arc Landscape, India
AJT Johnsingh, K Ramesh, Q Qureshi, A David, SP Goyal, GS Rawat, ...
Wildlife Institute of India, 2004
Loss of frugivore seed dispersal services under climate change
K Mokany, S Prasad, DA Westcott
Nature Communications 5 (1), 1-7, 2014
Context‐dependency of a complex fruit–frugivore mutualism: temporal variation in crop size and neighborhood effects
S Prasad, R Sukumar
Oikos 119 (3), 514-523, 2010
Who really ate the fruit? A novel approach to camera trapping for quantifying frugivory by ruminants
S Prasad, A Pittet, R Sukumar
Ecological research 25 (1), 225-231, 2010
Ruminant‐mediated Seed Dispersal of an Economically Valuable Tree in Indian Dry Forests1
S Prasad, J Krishnaswamy, R Chellam, SP Goyal
Biotropica 38 (5), 679-682, 2006
Identifying Priority Areas for Conservation and Management in Diverse Tropical Forests
K Mokany, DA Westcott, S Prasad, AJ Ford, DJ Metcalfe
PLOS ONE 9 (2), e89084, 2014
Frugivory of Phyllanthus emblica at Rajaji National Park, northwest India
S Prasad, R Chellam, J Krishnaswamy, SP Goyal
Current Science 87 (9), 1188-1190, 2004
Antelope mating strategies facilitate invasion of grasslands by a woody weed
S Jadeja, S Prasad, S Quader, K Isvaran
Oikos 122 (10), 1441-1452, 2013
Frugivory and Seed Dispersal by Large Herbivores of Asia
S Sridhara, K McConkey, S Prasad, RT Corlett
The Ecology of Large Herbivores in South and Southeast Asia, 121-150, 2016
Perceptions of priority issues in the conservation of biodiversity and ecosystems in India
V Varma, J Ratnam, V Viswanathan, AM Osuri, JC Biesmeijer, ...
Biological Conservation 187, 201-211, 2015
Dispersal by generalist frugivores affects management of an invasive plant
G Ramaswami, M Kaushik, S Prasad, D Westcott, R Sukumar
Biotropica, DOI: 10.1111/btp.12343, 2016
Impacts of climate change and management responses in tropical forests depend on complex frugivore‐mediated seed dispersal
K Mokany, S Prasad, D Westcott
Global Ecology and Biogeography, 2015
Fruit removal patterns and dispersal of Emblica officinalis (Euphorbiaceae) at Rajaji National Park, India
S Prasad, R Chellam, J Krishnaswamy
Tropical Ecosystems: Structure, Diversity & Human Welfare, 513-516, 2001
Fruit Removal, Seed Dispersal & Demography of Emblica officinalis at Rajaji National Park, Uttaranchal
S Prasad
Saurashtra University, Rajkot, India, 2001
The tangled causes of population decline in two harvested plant species: a comment on Ticktin et al.(2012)
S Prasad, M Krishnadas, KR McConkey, A Datta
Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (3), 642-647, 2014
Addressing the management of a long-established invasive shrub: the case of Lantana camara in Indian forests
G Ramaswami, S Prasad, D Westcott, SP Subuddhi, R Sukumar
Indian For 140 (2), 129-136, 2014
The ecological cost of continued use of endocrine-disrupting chemicals
L Jaacks, S Prasad
The Lancet: Diabetes & Endocrinology 5 (1), 14-15, 2016
Seed dispersal in the tropical dry forests of Mudumalai, southern India
S Prasad
Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, 2010
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