Srivathsa A, Vasudev D, Nair T, Chakrabarti S, Chanchani P, DeFries R, Deomurari A, Dutta S, Ghose D, Goswami VR et al.. 2023. Prioritizing India's landscapes for biodiversity, ecosystem services and human well-being. NATURE SUSTAINABILITY .
Puri M, Srivathsa A, Karanth KK, Patel I, N. Kumar S. 2023. Safe space in the woods: Mechanistic spatial models for predicting risks of human-bear conflicts in India. BIOTROPICA . 55(2):504-516.
Srivathsa A, Ramachandran V, Saravanan P, Sureshbabu A, Ganguly D, Ramakrishnan U. 2023. Topcats and underdogs: intraguild interactions among three apex carnivores across Asia's forestscapes.. Biol Rev Camb Philos Soc.
Srivathsa A, Banerjee A, Banerjee S, Chawla MMathew, Das A, Ganguly D, Rodrigues RG, Adhya T, Bhatia S, Kshettry A et al.. 2022. Chasms in charismatic species research: Seventy years of carnivore science and its implications for conservation and policy in India. BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION . 273(109694)
Srivathsa A, Rodrigues RG, Ben Toh K, Zachariah A, Taylor RW, Oli MK, Ramakrishnan U. 2021. The truth about scats and dogs: Next-generation sequencing and spatial capture-recapture models offer opportunities for conservation monitoring of an endangered social canid. BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION. (109028)
Singh P, Srivathsa A, Macdonald DW. 2020. Conservation status of the dhole Cuon alpinus in north-east India, with a focus on Dampa Tiger Reserve, Mizoram. ORYX. 54(6):873-877.
Srivathsa A, Sharma S, Oli MK. 2020. Every dog has its prey: Range-wide assessment of links between diet patterns, livestock depredation and human interactions for an endangered carnivore.. Sci Total Environ. 714:136798.
Dey S, Delampady M, Parameshwaran R, N Kumar S, Srivathsa A, Karanth U. 2017. Bayesian Methods for Estimating Animal Abundance at Large Spatial Scales Using Data from Multiple Sources. Journal of Agricultural, Biological and Environmental Statistics. 22(2):111–139.
Panthi S, Khanal G, Acharya KPrasad, Aryal A, Srivathsa A. 2017. Large anthropogenic impacts on a charismatic small carnivore: Insights from distribution surveys of red panda Ailurus fulgens in Nepal.. PLoS One. 12(7):e0180978.