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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
142022
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
82018
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
72023
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
42020
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
32022
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
2023
Factors affecting crop field use by Blackbuck in Krishnasaar Conservation Area, Nepal.
RR Jha, G Khanal, K Isvaran
agriRxiv, 20210479111, 2021
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
2021
World Otter Day: Why Nepal needs to conserve otters
RR Jha
https://english.onlinekhabar.com/world-otter-day-cites-otters-and-nepal.html, 2021
2021
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