Kavita Isvaran

Adjunct Faculty, Other Initiatives

Ph.D. in Ecology, University of Florida at Gainesville M.Sc in Wildlife Sciences, Wildlife Institute of India

Kavita Isvaran

Kavita is Assistant Professor at the Centre for Ecological Sciences in the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.

She is interested in the ecology and evolution of behaviour and life histories, particularly in social and reproductive traits and in sexual selection. She is also interested in the consequences of evolved decisions for populations and communities; and in applying behavioural and evolutionary principles towards the conservation of species.

Publications

Journal Article

2017

Alternative reproductive tactics and inverse size-assortment in a high-density fish spawning aggregation

Journal Article

2015

Reduced hornbill abundance associated with low seed arrival and altered recruitment in a hunted and logged tropical forest

Journal Article

2015

Looking beyond parks: the conservation value of unprotected areas for hornbills in Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern Himalaya

Dataset

2015

Data of a study investigating impacts of hunting and logging on abundance of hornbills, dispersed seeds and recuits in north-east India

Journal Article

2015

Perceptions of priority issues in the conservation of biodiversity and ecosystems in India

Journal Article

2013

Antelope mating strategies facilitate invasion of grasslands by a woody weed.

Journal Article

2009

Effects of rodents on seed fates of hornbill-dispersed tree species in a tropical forest in north-east India.

Journal Article

2004

Nonlinear relationships and phylogenetically independent contrasts

Journal Article

2000

Energetic dynamics and anuran breeding phenology: insights from a dynamic game