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  2018 Holt, C. D. S., Nevin, O. T., Smith, D., Convery, I. Environmental niche overlap between snow leopard and four prey species in Kazakhstan Elsevier
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  2018 Johansson, O., Koehler, G., Rauset, G. R.< Samelius, G., Andren, H., Mishra, C., Lhagvarsuren, P., McCarthy, T., Low, M. Sex specific seasonal variation in puma and snow leopard home range utilization Ecosphere
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  2018 Lama, R. P., Ghale, T. R., Suwal, M. K., Ranabhat, R., Regmi, G. R. First photographic evidence of Snow Leopard Panthera uncia (Mammalia: Carnivora: Felidae) outside current protected areas network in Nepal Himalaya Journal of Threatened Taxa
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  2018 Maheshwari, A., Niraj, S. K Monitoring illegal trade in snow leopards: 2003e2014 Elsevier
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  2018 Mei, S., Alexander, J. S., Zhao, X., Cheng, C., Lu, Z. Common leopard and snow leopard co-existence in Sanjiangyuan,Qinghai, China Cat News
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  2018 Mijiddorj, T. N., Alexander, J. S., Samelius, G. Livestock depredation by large carnivores in the South Gobi, Mongolia Wildlife Research
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  2018 Rovero, F., Augugliaro, C., Havmoller, R. W., Groff, C., Zimmerman, F., Oberosler, V., Tenan, S. Co-occurrence of snow leopard Panthera uncia, Siberian ibex Capra sibirica and livestock: potential relationships and effects Oryx
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  2018 Schutgens, M. G., Hanson, J. H., Baral, N., Ale, S. B. Visitors willingness to pay for snow leopard Panthera uncia conservation in the Annapurna Conservation Area, Nepal Oryx
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  2017 Bocci, A., Lovari, S., Khan, M. Z., Mori, E. Sympatric snow leopards and Tibetan wolves: coexistence of large carnivores with human-driven potential competition European Journal of Wildlife Research
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  2017 Chetri, M., Odden, M., Wegge, P. Snow Leopard and Himalayan Wolf: Food Habits and Prey Selection in the Central Himalayas, Nepal Plos
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  2017 Din, J. U., Ali, H., Ali, A., Younus, M., Mehmood,, T., Rashid, Y. N., Nawaz, M. A. Pastoralist-predator interaction at the roof of the world: Conflict dynamics and implications for conservation Ecology and Society
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  2017 Ghoshal, A. Snow Leopard Ecology and Conservation Issues in India Resonance
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  2017 Ghoshal, A., Bhatnagar, Y. V., Pandav, B., Sharma, K., Mshra, C. Assessing changes in distribution of the Endangered snow leopard Panthera uncia and its wild prey over 2 decades in the Indian Himalaya through interviewbased occupancy surveys Oryx
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  2017 Kashkarov, E. THE SNOW LEOPARD OF KIRGIZIA: NATIONAL SHAME OR NATIONAL PRIDE
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  2017 Kashkarov, E. ZOOGEOGRAPHICAL DISCOVERIES IN WESTERN BERINGIA
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  2017 Khatoon, R., Hussain, I., Anwar, M., Nawaz, M. A. Diet selection of snow leopard (Panthera uncia) in Chitral, Pakistan Turkish Journal of Zoology
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  2017 Mallon, D. P., Jackson, R. M. A downlist is not a demotion: Red List status and reality Oryx
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  2017 Mishra, C., Young, J. C., Fiechter, M., Rutherford, B., Redpath, S. M. Building partnerships with communities for biodiversity conservation: lessons from Asian mountains Journal of Applied Ecology
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  2017 Murali, R., Lkhagvajav, P., Saeed, U., Kizi, V. A., Nawaz, M. A., Bhatnagar, Y. V., Sharma, K., Mishra, C. VALUATION OF ECOSYSTEM SERVICES IN SNOW LEOPARD LANDSCAPES OF ASIA
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  2017 Murali, R., Redpath, S., Mishra, C. The value of ecosystem services in the high altitude Spiti Valley, Indian Trans-Himalaya Elsevier
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  2017 Sivolobov, R. ENDANGERED SPECIES OF KORYAKIA AND CHUKOTKA: IRBIS, TIGER AND THE IRKUYEM-BEAR
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