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Biological diversity conservation. National strategy and action plan of the Republic of Uzbekistan 1998 34-35
Ale, S.; Brown, J. The contingencies of group size and vigilance 2007 Evolutionary Ecology Research, 9 1263-1276
Anonymous Snow leopard in Mongolia 2001 Pamphlet. 1-27
Augugliaro, C., Christe, P., Janchivlamdan, C., Baymanday, H., Zimmermann, F. Patterns of human interaction with snow leopard and co-predators in the Mongolian western Altai: Current issues and perspectives 2020 Global Ecology and Conservation 24 1-21
De Groot, H.; Van Swieten, P.; Aalberse, R.C. Evidence for a Fel d I-like molecule in the “big cats” (Felidae species) 1990 J Allergy Clin Immunol 86 107-116
Ferretti, F., Lovari, S. Predation may counteract climatic change as a driving force for movements of mountain ungulates 2016 Behavioural-Processes 101-104
Fox, J.L.; Sinya, S.P.; Chundawat, R.S.; Das, P.K. A Survey of Snow Leopard and Associated Species in the Himalaya of Northwestern India, Project Completion Report 1986
Gurung, Gand T.K. Snow Leopard (Uncia uncia) and Human Interaction in Phoo Village in the Annapurna Conservation Area, Nepal 2004
Jackson, R. Snow Leopards, Local People and Livestock Losses: Finding solutions using Appreciative Participatory Planning and Action (APPA) in the Markha Valley of Hemis National Park, Ladakh, October 6-26, 1999 1999 Cat News 31 22-23
Jackson, R., Ahlborn, G.G. Appendix: Snow leopard managment recommendations provided to HMG in: Himalayan Snow Leopard Project: Final Progress Report, Phase I. Report: 1-7. Himalayan 1986 1-7