Nachiket Kelkar, Ph.D.
Nachiket Kelkar, Ph.D.
Program Lead, Riverine Ecosystems And Livelihoods, Wildlife Conservation Trust, India
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Seagrasses in the age of sea turtle conservation and shark overfishing
MR Heithaus, T Alcoverro, R Arthur, DA Burkholder, KA Coates, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 1, 28, 2014
Coexistence of fisheries with river dolphin conservation
N Kelkar, J Krishnaswamy, S Choudhary, D Sutaria
Conservation Biology 24 (4), 1130-1140, 2010
Greener pastures? High‐density feeding aggregations of green turtles precipitate species shifts in seagrass meadows
N Kelkar, R Arthur, N Marbā, T Alcoverro
Journal of Ecology 101 (5), 1158-1168, 2013
Green turtle herbivory dominates the fate of seagrass primary production in the Lakshadweep islands (Indian Ocean)
N Kelkar, R Arthur, N Marba, T Alcoverro
Marine Ecology Progress Series 485, 235-243, 2013
River dolphin distribution in regulated river systems: Implications for dry‐season flow regimes in the Gangetic basin
S Choudhary, S Dey, S Dey, V Sagar, T Nair, N Kelkar
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 22 (1), 11-25, 2012
Do terrestrial protected areas conserve freshwater fish diversity? Results from the Western Ghats of India
RK Abraham, N Kelkar
Oryx 46 (4), 544-553, 2012
Complex ecological pathways underlie perceptions of conflict between green turtles and fishers in the Lakshadweep Islands
R Arthur, N Kelkar, T Alcoverro, MD Madhusudan
Biological conservation 167, 25-34, 2013
Long-term occupancy trends in a data-poor dugong population in the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago
E D’Souza, V Patankar, R Arthur, T Alcoverro, N Kelkar
PLoS One 8 (10), e76181, 2013
Irrigation demands aggravate fishing threats to river dolphins in Nepal
G Khanal, K Suryawanshi, KD Awasthi, M Dhakal, N Subedi, D Nath, ...
Biological Conservation, 2016
Long-lived groupers require structurally stable reefs in the face of repeated climate change disturbances
R Karkarey, N Kelkar, AS Lobo, T Alcoverro, R Arthur
Coral Reefs 33 (2), 289-302, 2014
Cutaneous nodules in Irrawaddy dolphins: an emerging disease in vulnerable populations
MF Van Bressem, G Minton, D Sutaria, N Kelkar, C Peter, M Zulkarnaen, ...
Diseases of aquatic organisms 107 (3), 181-189, 2014
Freshwater fish fauna of the Ashambu Hills landscape, southern Western Ghats, India, with notes on some range extensions
RK Abraham, N Kelkar, AB Kumar
Journal of Threatened Taxa 3 (3), 1585-1593, 2011
Interacting effects of vessel noise and shallow river depth elevate metabolic stress in Ganges river dolphins
M Dey, J Krishnaswamy, T Morisaka, N Kelkar
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-13, 2019
Foraging and feeding ecology of Platanista: an integrative review
N Kelkar, S Dey, K Deshpande, SK Choudhary, S Dey, T Morisaka
Mammal Review 48 (3), 194-208, 2018
Acoustic identification of Otomops wroughtoni and other free-tailed bat species (Chiroptera: Molossidae) from India
K Deshpande, N Kelkar
Acta Chiropterologica 17 (2), 419-428, 2015
Positive and neutral effects of forest cover on dry‐season stream flow in Costa Rica identified from Bayesian regression models with informative prior distributions
J Krishnaswamy, N Kelkar, C Birkel
Hydrological Processes 32 (24), 3604-3614, 2018
Fish community responses to stream flow alterations and habitat modifications by small hydropower projects in the Western Ghats biodiversity hotspot, India
S Jumani, S Rao, N Kelkar, S Machado, J Krishnaswamy, S Vaidyanathan
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 28 (4), 979-993, 2018
How do fruit bat seed shadows benefit agroforestry? Insights from local perceptions in Kerala, India
K Deshpande, N Kelkar
Biotropica 47 (6), 654-659, 2015
Marine mammal conservation: over the horizon
SE Nelms, J Alfaro-Shigueto, JPY Arnould, IC Avila, SB Nash, E Campbell, ...
Endangered Species Research 44, 291-325, 2021
A river dolphin’s ear-view of India’s waterways development plans
N Kelkar
Sanctuary Asia 37 (4), 58-61, 2017
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