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Ale S. Have snow leopards made a comeback to the Everest region of Nepal? 2005 1-21
Ale, S.; Brown, J. The contingencies of group size and vigilance 2007 Evolutionary Ecology Research, 9 1263-1276
Ale, S.; Whelan, C. Reappraisal of the role of big, fierce predators 2008 Biodiversity Conservation 685-690
Ale, S.B. Snow Leopard in Remote Districts of Nepal 1994 xii
Alexander, J., Chen, P., Damerell, P., Youkui, W., Hughes, J., Shi, K., Riordan, P. Human wildlife conflict involving large carnivores in Qilianshan, China and the minimal paw-print of snow leopards 2015 Biological Conservation 187 1-9
Allen, P. Irbis Enterprises: A Project of the International Snow Leopard Trust 2001 6 1-3
Aromov B. The Biology of the Snow Leopard in the Hissar Nature Reserve 1995 108-109
Chen, P., Gao, Y., Lee, A. T. L., Cering, L., Shi, K., Clark, S. G. Human–carnivore coexistence in Qomolangma (Mt. Everest) Nature Reserve, China: Patterns and compensation 2016 Biological Conservation 18-26
Dang, H. The snow leopard and its prey 1967 The Cheetal 11 47-58
Din, J. U., Ali, H., Ali, A., Younus, M., Mehmood,, T., Rashid, Y. N., Nawaz, M. A. Pastoralist-predator interaction at the roof of the world: Conflict dynamics and implications for conservation 2017 Ecology and Society 22