Pooja Choksi publishes on restoration in Central India
Current Conservation on tiger connectivity
PhD student Jay Schoen publishes popular science article on tiger connectivity in central India.
DeFries Science policy forum
DeFries and colleagues publish policy forum on the land sector in the carbon market
tiger connectivity in central India
Michael Levin paper
PhD student Michael Levin was first-author on a paper “Using publicly available data to conduct rapid assessments of extinction risk” published in Conservation Science and Practice.
Sarika paper on tiger trade
Sarika Khanwilkar was first author on a paper “Patterns of illegal and legal tiger parts entering the United States over a decade (2003-2012)” in Conservation Science and Practice. Media coverage is here, here, here, and here.
Pooja Nat Geo grant
Phd student Pooja Choksi, along with Krishna Anujan, Sarika Khanwilkar, Vijay Ramesh, and Pooja Gupta won the Meridian Collaborative Grant from National Geographic for the project “Soundscapes and stories: a locally replicable model for conservation using a biocultural approach” to be conducted in central India and the Western Ghats
Pooja on podcast
PhD student Pooja Choksi spoke to the host of the podcast, The Subverse, Susan Mathews about what ecological restoration means to different people and how to measure it using novel tools like acoustics in central India.