FERAL: Foundation for Ecological Research, Advocacy and Learning

Foundation for Ecological Research, Advocacy and Learning

Srinivas Vaidyanathan

Senior Fellow
About

Srinivas is a wildlife biologist with particular interest in understanding changes in landscape level processes and structure and how the same affect large mammal populations and distributions. He is a guest faculty at the M.Sc course in Wildlife Biology and Conservation at National Centre for Biological Sciences, where he has been co-guiding students for their Master's thesis. Srinivas's expertise is varied, ranging from using a spatial approach to understanding various ecological and environmental questions to finding innovative and practical solutions to conservation problems.

Publications

Journal Article

Book Chapter

N. Kumar, Samba, Mahi Puri, Dale G Miquelle, Anak Pattanavibool, Abishek Harihar, Sunarto Sunarto, Srinivas Vaidyanathan, and Ullas K. Karanth. 2017. Field Practices: Assessing Tiger Habitat Occupancy Dynamics. In Methods For Monitoring Tiger And Prey Populations, 71–87. Methods For Monitoring Tiger And Prey Populations. Singapore: Springer Singapore. doi:10.1007/978-981-10-5436-5_5. http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-981-10-5436-5_5.
Vasudev, Divya, James D Nichols, Uma Ramakrishnan, Krishnamurthy Ramesh, and Srinivas Vaidyanathan. 2017. Assessing Landscape Connectivity For Tigers And Prey Species: Concepts And Practice. In Methods For Monitoring Tiger And Prey Populations, 255–288. Methods For Monitoring Tiger And Prey Populations. Singapore: Springer Singapore. doi:10.1007/978-981-10-5436-5_13. http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-981-10-5436-5_13.

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