Abishek Harihar

Adjunct Faculty, Adjunct Faculty

• PhD in Biodiversity Management, Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (DICE), University of Kent, Canterbury, UK • MSc in Wildlife Sciences, Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun

Abishek is a population ecologist with Panthera’s Tiger program. He is broadly interested in population ecology, law enforcement monitoring, measuring conservation effectiveness, and conservation decision making. Currently, his work involves developing metrics for measuring short-term impacts of conservation actions in tiger conservation landscapes. Email: aharihar[at]panthera.org, aharihar[at]ncf-india.org

Publications

Global patterns of armed conflicts, armed conflicts are relatively more extensive within terrestrial biomes and Species exposure to armed conflict can range in spatial extent from absent or localized to widespread, and in temporal persistence from absent or infrequent to frequent

Journal Article

2021

Mammal and bird species ranges overlap with armed conflicts and associated conservation threats

Population density modelling of mixed polymorphic phenotypes: an application of spatial mark‐resight models

Journal Article

2021

Population density modelling of mixed polymorphic phenotypes: an application of spatial mark‐resight models

Inferring patterns of sympatry among large carnivores in Manas National Park – a prey‐rich habitat influenced by anthropogenic disturbances

Journal Article

2020

Inferring patterns of sympatry among large carnivores in Manas National Park – a prey‐rich habitat influenced by anthropogenic disturbances

Estimating the density of a globally important tiger (Panthera tigris) population: Using simulations to evaluate survey design in Eastern Thailand

Journal Article

2020

Estimating the density of a globally important tiger (Panthera tigris) population: Using simulations to evaluate survey design in Eastern Thailand

Responses of a wild ungulate assemblage to anthropogenic influences in Manas National Park, India

Journal Article

2020

Responses of a wild ungulate assemblage to anthropogenic influences in Manas National Park, India

Demographic and ecological correlates of a recovering tiger (Panthera tigris) population: Lessons learnt from 13-years of monitoring

Journal Article

2020

Demographic and ecological correlates of a recovering tiger (Panthera tigris) population: Lessons learnt from 13-years of monitoring

Protected areas and biodiversity conservation in India

Journal Article

2019

Protected areas and biodiversity conservation in India

Dataset

2019

Camera trap database of Tiger from Rajaji National Park, Uttarakhand

Journal Article

2018

Losing time for the tiger Panthera tigris: delayed action puts a globally threatened species at risk of local extinction

Journal Article

2018

Asia's economic growth and its impact on Indonesia's tigers

Journal Article

2018

Camera-trapping survey to assess diversity, distribution and photographic capture rate of terrestrial mammals in the aftermath of the ethnopolitical conflict in Manas National Park, Assam, India

Recovery planning towards doubling wild tiger Panthera tigris numbers: Detailing 18 recovery sites from across the range

Journal Article

2018

Recovery planning towards doubling wild tiger Panthera tigris numbers: Detailing 18 recovery sites from across the range

Journal Article

2018

Tolerating tigers: Gaining local and spiritual perspectives on human-tiger interactions in Sumatra through rural community interviews

Book Chapter

2017

Tiger Ecology in Relation to Monitoring Issues

Book Chapter

2017

Field Practices: Assessing Tiger Population Dynamics Using Photographic Captures

Book Chapter

2017

Field Practices: Estimating Abundance of Prey Species Using Line Transect Sampling

Book Chapter

2017

Field Practices: Assessing Tiger Habitat Occupancy Dynamics

Journal Article

2017

Defensible Inference: Questioning Global Trends in Tiger Populations

Journal Article

2016

Initiating conservation of a newly discovered population of the Endangered hog deer Axis porcinus in Myanmar

Journal Article

2016

Examining the shifting patterns of poaching from a long-term law enforcement intervention in Sumatra