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Ale, S.B., Boesi, R. Snow Leopard Sightings on the Top of the World 2005 Cat News 19-20
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
Ale, S.B.; Karky, B.S. Observations on Conservation of Snow Leopards in Nepal 2002
Ale, S.B.; Yonzon, P.; Thapa, K. Recovery of snow leopard Uncia uncia in Sagarmatha (Mount Everest) National Park, Nepal 2007 Oryx 41 89-92
Alexander, D. Report from a troubled land: The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan crushed oe of the most promising conservation programs in the Third World 1980
Alexander, J. S., Cusack, J. J., Pengju, C, Kun, S., Riordan, P. Conservation of snow leopards: spill-over benefits for other carnivores? 2015 Oryx 1-5
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, J. S., Zhang, C., Shi, K., Riordan, P. A spotlight on snow leopard conservation in China 2016 Integrative Zoology
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