Rohit Raj Jha
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Characterizing damages caused by wildlife: Learning from Bardia national park, Nepal
K Shahi, G Khanal, RR Jha, AK Joshi, P Bhusal, T Silwal
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 27 (2), 173-182, 2022
Distribution status of smooth coated otters (Lutrogale perscipillata) and anthropogenic factors: A case study from Karnali corridor, Nepal
RR Jha
Bachelor of Science Thesis, Tribhuvan University, 2018
What drives local communities' attitudes toward the protected area? Insights from Bardia National Park, Nepal
K Shahi, G Khanal, RR Jha, P Bhusal, T Silwal
Conservation Science and Practice 5 (2), e12883, 2023
Status of otters in Nepal: a link with ancient waterways and people
RR Jha, T Silwal, GM Yoxon, K Shahi, H Nepali, AK Joshi
Hindu Kush-Himalaya watersheds downhill: landscape ecology and conservation …, 2020
Antelope space‐use and behavior indicate multilevel responses to varying anthropogenic influences in a highly human‐dominated landscape
RR Jha, K Isvaran
Ecology and Evolution 12 (10), e9372, 2022
Grouping dynamics of the northernmost population of blackbuck (Antilope cervicapra) in Krishnasaar Conservation Area, Nepal
RR Jha, K Isvaran
Nepalese Journal of Zoology 7 (2), 16-22, 2023
Factors affecting crop field use by Blackbuck in Krishnasaar Conservation Area, Nepal.
RR Jha, G Khanal, K Isvaran
agriRxiv, 20210479111, 2021
Antelope space-use and behavioural responses to varying anthropogenic influences may permit long-term persistence in a highly human-dominated landscape
RR Jha, K Isvaran
bioRxiv, 2021.09. 15.459901, 2021
World Otter Day: Why Nepal needs to conserve otters
RR Jha, 2021
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