toggle visibility Search & Display Options

Select All    Deselect All
 | 
Citations
 | 
   print
(1978). Miraki Reservation, Chatkal Reservation.
toggle visibility
Ale, S. B., Yonzon, P., & Thapa, K. (2007). Recovery of snow leopard Uncia uncia in Sagarmatha (Mount Everest) National Park, Nepal (Vol. 41).
toggle visibility
Alibekov L.A. (1978). Fauna.
toggle visibility
Allen, P., & Macray, D. (2002). Snow Leopard Enterprises Description and Summarized Business Plan.. Seattle: Islt.
toggle visibility
Bagchi, S., Sharma, R. K., Bhatnagar, Y.V. (2020). Change in snow leopard predation on livestock after revival of wild prey in the Trans-Himalaya. Wildlife Biology, , 1–11.
toggle visibility
Changxi, X., Bai, D., Lambert, J. P., Li, Y., Cering, L., Gong, Z., Riordan, P., Shi, K. (2022). How Snow Leopards Share the Same Landscape with Tibetan Agro-pastoral Communities in the Chinese Himalayas. Journal of Resources and Ecology, 13(3), 483–500.
toggle visibility
Chetri, M., Odden, M., Sharma, K., Flagstad, O., Wegge, P. (2019). Estimating snow leopard density using fecal DNA in a large landscape in north-central Nepal. Global Ecology and Conservation, (17), 1–8.
toggle visibility
Farrington, J. (2005). A Report on Protected Areas, Biodiversity, and Conservation in the Kyrgyzstan Tian Shan with Brief Notes on the Kyrgyzstan Pamir-Alai and the Tian Shan Mountains of Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and China. Ph.D. thesis, , Kyrgyzstan.
toggle visibility
Filla, M., Lama, R. P., Filla, T., Heurich, M., Balkenhol, N., Waltert, M., Khorozyan, I. (2022). Patterns of livestock depredation by snow leopards and effects of intervention strategies: lessons from the Nepalese Himalaya. Wildlife Research, .
toggle visibility
Fox, J., Nurbu, C., Bhatt, S., & Chandola, A. (1994). Wildlife conservation and land-use changes in the Transhimalayan region of Ladakh, India (Vol. 14).
toggle visibility
Fox, J. L., & Nurbu, C. (1990). Hemis, a national park for snow leopards in India's Trans-Himalaya. Int.Pedigree Book of Snow Leopards, 6, 71–84.
toggle visibility
Freeman, H. (1979). Phantom cat. Puget Soundings, , 8–13.
toggle visibility
Freeman, H. (1980). Breeding and behavior of the snow leopard.
toggle visibility
Hochstrasser, K., Wachter, E., Reisinger, P. W., Greim, M., Albrecht, G. J., & Gebhard, W. (1993). Amino acid sequences of mammalian kazal-type proteinase inhibitors from salivary glands. Comp Biochem Physiol B, 106(1), 103–108.
toggle visibility
International Snow Leopard Trust. (2000). Snow Leopard News Summer 2000. Seattle, WA: Islt.
toggle visibility
International Snow Leopard Trust. (2001). Snow Leopard News Fall 2001. Seattle, WA: Islt.
toggle visibility
International Snow Leopard Trust. (2001). Snow Leopard News Spring 2001. Seattle, WA: Islt.
toggle visibility
International Snow Leopard Trust. (2001). Snow Leopard News Summer 2001. Seattle, WA: Islt.
toggle visibility
International Snow Leopard Trust. (2002). Snow Leopard News, Spring 2002. Seattle, Washington: Islt.
toggle visibility
Izold, J. (2008). Snow Leopard Enterprise: a conservation project that saves an endangered species and supports needy families. Anim.Keepers' Forum, 9(5), 359–364.
toggle visibility
Jackson, R., & Ahlborn, G. (1990). The role of protected areas in Nepal in maintaining viable populations of snow leopards. Int.Ped.Book of Snow Leopards, 6, 51–69.
toggle visibility
Jafri, R. H., & Shah, F. (1994). The role of education and research in the conservation of snow leopard and its habitat in Northern Pakistan. In J.L.Fox, & D.Jizeng (Eds.), (pp. 273–277). Usa: Islt.
toggle visibility
Johansson, O., Rauset, G. R., Samelius, G., McCarthy, T., Andren, H., Tumursukh, L., Mishra, C. (2016). Land sharing is essential for snow leopard conservation. Biological Conservation, (203), 1–7.
toggle visibility
Johnsingh, A. J. T. (2006). A roadmap for conservation in Uttaranchal.
toggle visibility
Kachel, S., Bayrakcismith, R., Kubanychbekov, Z., Kulenbekov, R., McCarthy, T., Weckworth, B., Wirsing, A. (2022). Ungulate spatiotemporal responses to contrasting predation risk from wolves and snow leopards. Journal of Animal Ecology, , 1–16.
toggle visibility
Select All    Deselect All
 | 
Citations
 | 
   print