Ranjini Murali

Research Associate, High Altitudes

MSc, University of St Andrews; PhD, Manipal University

Ranjini's current role involves offering conservation and research support across the snow leopard range. Her PhD focused on understanding how people use, value, and manage ecosystem services from snow leopard landscapes.

Blog

Projects

Publications

Journal Article

2019

Changing use of ecosystem services along a rural-urban continuum in the Indian Trans-Himalayas

Conference Proceedings

2018

Snow leopard and prey: Landscape-level distribution modeling & impacts of migratory livestock grazing in Symposium Assimilated Knowledges: an integrated approach to conservation in snow leopard landscapes

Report

2017

Valuation of Ecosystem Services in Snow Leopard Landscapes of Asia

Popular Article

2017

The fascinating world of fungi

Journal Article

2017

The value of ecosystem services in the high altitude Spiti Valley, Indian Trans-Himalaya

Popular Article

2015

Nono: king of the mountains

Poster

2014

Fungi of the Western Ghats

Popular Article

2013

Strange fish in familiar waters

Popular Article

2013

Lantana I.A.S. (Invasive Alien Species)

Popular Article

2013

A morning with ‘Bloated Stomach’

Popular Article

2012

The land of the fungus

Popular Article

2012

Friendly fungi

Popular Article

2012

Attack of the killer fungus

Journal Article

2012

Streamside amphibian communities in plantations and a rainforest fragment in the Anamalai hills, India

Book

2012

Fungus among us: An exploration of fungi in the Anamalai hills.

Report

2011

Wildlife in the Havukal – Warwick estates, Nilgiris: a field survey and inventory report.