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Publications of The Rainforest Initiative

The Rainforest Initiative periodically publishes reports and peer-reviewed journal articles for the research community and various stake-holders with whom we interact. These publications are freely available for download from this page.

Technical Report

adobe readerKrishnamani, R., Manimekalan, A., Mainkar, K. and Deka, S. (2005). Rapid Assessment and Veterinary Aid as an Immediate Response to the Tsunami. In: The Ground Beneath the Waves: Post-tsunami impact assessment of wildlife and their habitats in India. Vol I. Kaul, R. and Menon, V. (Eds.).Wildlife Trust of India, New Delhi. Pp 81-91.
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Scientific Papers

adobe readerMahaney, W. C., J. Voros, R. Krishnamani, R. G. V. Hancock, S. Aufreiter, M. W. Milner and C. C. R. Allen. (2016). Physico-geochemical and mineral composition of Neem tree soils and relation to organic properties. GEOGRAFISKA ANNALER: SERIES A, PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY, 98(2): 143–154.
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adobe readerKrishnamani, R., A. Kumar and J. Harte. (2004). Estimating species richness at large spatial scales using data from small discrete plots. ECOGRAPHY, 27(5): 637-642.
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adobe readerMahaney, W. C. and R. Krishnamani. (2003). Understanding geophagy in animals: Standard procedures for sampling soils. JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ECOLOGY, 29(7): 1503-1523.
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adobe readerVoros, J., W. C. Mahaney, M. W. Milner, R. Krishnamani, S. Aufreiter and R. G. V. Hancock. (2001). Geophagy by the bonnet macaques (Macaca radiata) of southern India: a preliminary analysis. PRIMATES, 42(4): 327-344.
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adobe readerKrishnamani, R. and W. C. Mahaney. (2000). Geophagy among primates: Adaptive significance and ecological consequences. ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR, 59(5): 899-915.
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adobe readerKrishnamani, R. and A. Kumar. (2000). Phyto-ecology of lion-tailed macaque (Macaca silenus) habitats in Karnataka, India: Floristic structure and density of food-trees. PRIMATE REPORT, 58: 27-56.
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adobe readerKrishnamani, R. (1994). Diet composition of the bonnet macaque (Macaca radiata) in a tropical dry evergreen forest of southern India. TROPICAL BIODIVERSITY, 2(2): 285-302.
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