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Johansson, O., Ausilio, G., Low, M., Lkhagvajav, P., Weckworth, B., Sharma, K. The timing of breeding and independence for snow leopard females and their cubs. 2020 Mammalian Biology
Gronberg, E. Movement patterns of snow leopard (Panthera uncia) around kills based on GPS location clusters 2011
Subbotin, A.E.; Istomov, S.V. The population status of snow leopards Uncia uncia (Felidae, Carnivora) in the western Sayan Mountain Ridge 2009 Doklady Biologicl Sciences 425 183-186
Ale, S.B., Brown, J.S. Prey behavior leads to predator: a case study of the Himalayan tahr and the snow leopard in Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) National Park, Nepal 2009 Israel Journal of Ecology & Evolution 55 315-327
Burgener, N.; Gusset, M.; Schmid, H. Frustrated appetitive foraging behavior, stereotypic pacing, and fecal glucocorticoid levels in snow leopards (Uncia uncia) in the Zurich Zoo 2008 Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science 11 74-83
McCarthy, T.; Khan, J.; Ud-Din, J.; McCarthy, K. First study of snow leopards using GPS-satellite collars underway in Pakistan 2007 Cat News 46 22-23
Ming, M. Camera trapping on snow leopards in the Muzat Valley, Reserve, Xinjiang, P.R. China (October-December 2005) 2006 1-5
Ming, M.; Chundawat R.S.; Jumabay, K.; Wu, Y.; Aizeizi, Q.; Zhu, M.H. Camera trapping of snow leopards for the photo capture rate and population size in the Muzat Valley of Tianshan Mountains 2006 Acta Theriologica Sinica 52 788-793
Jackson, R.; Roe, J.; Wangchuk, R.; Hunter, D. Camera-Trapping of Snow Leopards 2005 Cat News 42 19-21
Bykova E.A. Method of questionnaire design used for the collecting of primary data on threatened species with the example of snow leopard 2004 208-214