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SANDEEP SHARMA
SANDEEP SHARMA
Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute
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Connecting the dots: mapping habitat connectivity for tigers in central India
T Dutta, S Sharma, BH McRae, PS Roy, R DeFries
Regional Environmental Change, 2015
1672015
Forest corridors maintain historical gene flow in a tiger metapopulation in the highlands of central India
S Sharma, T Dutta, JE Maldonado, TC Wood, HS Panwar, J Seidensticker
Proceedings of the Royal Society- B, 2013
1292013
Identification of individual tigers (Panthera tigris) from their pugmarks
S Sharma, Y Jhala, VB Sawarkar
Journal of Zoology 267 (1), 9-18, 2005
922005
COVID-19 highlights the need for more effective wildlife trade legislation
A Borzée, J McNeely, K Magellan, JRB Miller, L Porter, T Dutta, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 35 (12), 1052-1055, 2020
862020
Spatial genetic analysis reveals high connectivity of tiger (Panthera tigris) populations in the Satpura–Maikal landscape of Central India
S Sharma, T Dutta, JE Maldonado, TC Wood, HS Panwar, J Seidensticker
Ecology and Evolution 3 (1), 48-60, 2013
762013
Fine‐scale population genetic structure in a wide‐ranging carnivore, the leopard (Panthera pardus fusca) in central India
T Dutta, S Sharma, JE Maldonado, TC Wood, HS Panwar, J Seidensticker
Diversity and Distributions 19 (7), 760-771, 2013
722013
Gene flow and demographic history of leopards (Panthera pardus) in the central Indian highlands
T Dutta, S Sharma, JE Maldonado, J Wood, T, HS Panwar, ...
Evolutionary Applications., 2013
442013
Anthropogenic resistance: accounting for human behavior in wildlife connectivity planning
A Ghoddousi, EK Buchholtz, AM Dietsch, MA Williamson, S Sharma, ...
One Earth 4 (1), 39-48, 2021
422021
Genetic Variation, Structure, and Gene Flow in a Sloth Bear (Melursus ursinus) Meta-Population in the Satpura-Maikal Landscape of Central India
T Dutta, S Sharma, JE Maldonado, HS Panwar, J Seidensticker
PLoS One 10 (5), e0123384, 2015
412015
Bears of the world: Ecology, conservation and management
V Penteriani, M Melletti
Cambridge University Press, 2020
402020
Comparison of methods for estimating density and population trends for low-density Asian bears
DJ Morin, J Boulanger, R Bischof, DC Lee, D Ngoprasert, AK Fuller, ...
Global Ecology and Conservation 35, e02058, 2022
302022
Gender discrimination of tigers by using their pugmarks
S Sharma, Y Jhala, VB Sawarkar
Wildlife Society Bulletin, 258-264, 2003
302003
Targeting restoration sites to improve connectivity in a tiger conservation landscape in India
T Dutta, S Sharma, R DeFries
PeerJ, 2018
292018
Changes in kit fox defecation patterns during the reproductive season: implications for noninvasive surveys
K Ralls, S Sharma, DA Smith, S BREMNER‐HARRISON, BL Cypher, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 74 (7), 1457-1462, 2010
272010
A reliable method for individual identification and gender determination of wild leopards (Panthera pardus fusca) using non-invasive samples
T Dutta, S Sharma, JE Maldonado, TC Wood, J Seidensticker
Conservation Genetics Resources, 1-3, 2012
172012
Evaluation of pugmark census technique
S Sharma
Wildlife Institute of India, 2001
142001
A landscape approach to conservation and development in the Central Indian Highlands
TD Ruth S. Defries, Sandeep Sharma
Regional Environmental Change 16 (1), 1-3, 2016
122016
Selection of microsatellite loci for genetic monitoring of sloth bears
S Sharma, T Dutta, JE Maldonado, TC Wood, HS Panwar, J Seidensticker
Ursus, 164-169, 2013
122013
The Snow leopard in Himalaya: A step towards conservation by studying their distribution, marking habitat selection, coexistence with other predators, and wild prey-livestock …
S Sharma, K Thapa, MK Chalise, T Dutta, YV Bhatnagar, TM McCarthy
Conservation Biology in Asia, 184-196, 2006
122006
Review of field methods for monitoring Asian bears
MF Proctor, DL Garshelis, P Thatte, R Steinmetz, B Crudge, BN McLellan, ...
Global Ecology and Conservation 35, e02080, 2022
112022
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