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The Science of Saving Tigers

K Ullas Karanth (Author)

The Science of Saving Tigers puts together twenty significant articles on topics ranging from tiger ecology to critiques of government policy from a selection of over seventy that have appeared in various national and international journals, spanning Dr Karanth’s work over two decades. It is essential reading for serious students of conservation biology and will serve as a vital information resource for tiger conservationists in particular.

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About the author

K Ullas Karanth

K. Ullas Karanth is a Senior Conservation Scientist with the New York based Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) and the Director of its India programme. He is a Scientific Fellow of the Zoological Society of London and serves on the boards of WWF-India and the Ranthambhore Foundation. Karanth has researched tigers and other predators in the Western Ghats, as well as at a dozen other wildlife reserves across India. His areas of expertise include radio-telemetry of big cats, animal population sampling methodologies, and the mitigation of human-wildlife conflicts. His research findings have been published in reputed journals such as Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA), Ecology, Journals of Animals Ecology, Journals of Zoology (London), Journals of Tropical Ecology, Conservation Biology, and Biological Conservation, as well as in several scientific books.

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Bibliographic information

Title The Science of Saving Tigers
Format Softcover
Date published: 19.04.2011
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788173716096
length 340p.,