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Alexander, J. S., Gopalswamy, A. M., Shi, K., Riordan, P. Face Value: Towards Robust Estimates of Snow Leopard Densities 2015 Plos One
Alexander, J. S., Shi, K., Tallents, L. A., Riordan, P. On the high trail: examining determinants of site use by the Endangered snow leopard Panthera uncia in Qilianshan, China 2015 Oryx 1-8
Alexander, S., A., Zhang, C., Shi, K., Riordan, P. A granular view of a snow leopard population using camera traps in Central China 2016 Biological Conservation 27-31
Augugliaro, C., Paniccia, C., Janchivlamdan, C., Monti, I. E., Boldbaatar, T., Munkhtsog, B. Mammal inventory in the Mongolian Gobi, with the southeasternmost documented record of the Snow Leopard, Panthera uncia (Schreber, 1775), in the country 2019 Check List 15 575-578
Durbach, I., Borchers, D., Sutherland, C., Sharma, K. Fast, flexible alternatives to regular grid designs for spatial capture–recapture. 2020 Methods in Ecology and Evolution 1-13
Henschel, P.; Ray, J. Leopards in African Rainforests: Survey and Monitoring Techniques 2003
Jackson, R.; Roe, J.; Wangchuk, R.; Hunter, D. Estimating Snow Leopard Population Abundance Using Photography and Capture-Recapture Techniques 2006 Wildlife Society Bulletin 34 772-781
Jackson, R.; Roe, J.; Wangchuk, R.; Hunter, D. Surveying Snow Leopard Populations with Emphasis on Camera Trapping: A Handbook 2005 1-73
Jackson, R.; Roe, J.; Wangchuk, R.; Hunter, D. Surveying Snow Leopard Populations with Emphasis on Camera Trapping: A Handbook 2005 1-73
Jackson, R.; Roe, J.; Wangchuk, R.; Hunter, D. Camera-Trapping of Snow Leopards 2005 Cat News 42 19-21