The full list of our papers can be found here:
Priya Davidar, FAAAS, on ResearchGate
Jean-Philippe Puyravaud on ResearchGate

List of scientific articles mentioned in newspapers (to our knowledge):

  • Puyravaud, J.Ph., S.A. Cushman, P.A. Reddy, Boominathan D., R. Sharma, Arumugam N., Selvan K.M., Mohanraj N., S. Arulmozhi, A. Rahim, T. Kalam, R. De, S. Udayraj, A. Luis, M.U.I. Najar, K. Raman, Krishnakumar B.M., S.P. Goyal and P. Davidar 2022. Fencing can alter gene flow of Asian elephant populations within protected areas. Conservation 2(4), 709-725; Reviewed here in The Hindu (6 January 2023).
  • De R., R. Sarma, P. Davidar & al. 2021. Pan-India population genetics signifies the importance of habitat connectivity for wild Asian elephant conservation. Gobal Ecology and Conservation, 32, e01888. Available here and reviewed here in Mongabay (9 May 22).
  • Puyravaud, J.-Ph., S. Gubbi, H.C. Poornesha and P. Davidar, 2019. Deforestation increases frequency
    of incidents with elephants (Elephas maximus). Tropical Conservation Science 12:1-11. Available here. Reviewed in the Hindu (7 Aug. 19), Times of India (3 Sept. 19), India Times (4 Sept. 19) the Hindu (6 Sept. 2019), Pioneer (7 Sept. 19), Saevus (22 Sept. 19) and Deccan Herald (18 Dec. 22).
  • Kanagaraj, Rajapandian, M. B. Araújo, R. Barman, P. Davidar, R. De, D. K. Digal, G. V. Gopi, et al. n.d., 2019 Predicting Range Shifts of Asian Elephants under Global Change. Diversity and Distributions 25 (5): 822-838. Reviewed in Research Matters (11 Mar. 19).
  • Puyravaud, J.P., S.E. Puyravaud and P. Davidar, 2016. Can a wild Asian elephant change its interaction patterns with humans? Gajah 44: 30-32. Available on the Gajah website or here. Cited in the Hindu (18 March 2021).

Prior to 1990:

  • Aman, A., F. Lavenu, A. Podaire, G. Saint, J.-C. Menaut, J.-Ph. Puyravaud, G. Mersadier, G. Serpantié, L. Tezenas du Montcel, 1989. Etude de la production primaire de différentes savanes : apport des images à haute résolution SPOT XS et Landsat TM. Société Française de Photogrammétrie et de télédétection, Bulletin 114: 40-44.
  • Davidar, P., M. L. Wilson and J. M. C. Ribeiro 1989. Differential distribution of immature Ixodes dammini on rodent hosts. J. of Parasitology 75: 898-904.
  • Davidar, P. 1987. Fruit structure in mistletoes and its consequences for seed dispersal. Biotropica 19:137 – 139.
  • Davidar, P. and E.S. Morton 1986. On the relationship between fruit crop size and fruit removal by birds. Ecology 76: 262 – 265.
  • Davidar, P. 1985. Ecological interactions between mistletoes and their avian flower pollinators in southern India. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. 82: 45 – 60.
  • Davidar. P. 1985. Feeding territories of the small sunbird (Nectarinia minima Sykes). J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. 82: 204 – 206.
  • McDade, L. A. and P. Davidar 1984. Determinants of fruit and seed set in Pavonia dasypetala. Oecologia 64: 61-67.
  • Davidar, P. 1983. Birds and neotropical mistletoes: effects on seedling recruitment. Oecologia 60: 271 – 273.
  • Davidar, P. 1983. Similarity between flowers and fruits in some flowerpecker pollinated mistletoes. Biotropica 15: 32 – 37.
  • Davidar, P. 1980. Notes on the host plants of the Loranthaceae in the Nilgiris. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. 75:1246 – 1253.
  • Davidar, P. 1980. Dispersal in some Loranthaceae of the Nilgiris. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. 75: 943 – 945.
  • Davidar, E.R.C., 1978. Distribution and status of the Nilgiri tahr (Hemitragus hylocrius) — 1975-78. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. 75:815-844.
  • Davidar, E.R.C., 1976. Census of the Nilgiri tahr in the Nilgiris, Tamil Nadu. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. 73:142-148.
  • Davidar, E.R.C., 1971. A note on the status of the Nilgiri tahr (Hemitragus hylocrius) on the Grass Hills in the Anamallais. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. 68:347-354.
  • Davidar, E.R.C., 1963. Census of the Nilgiri tahr Hemitragushylocrius (Ogilby) in the Nilgiris. J. Bombay Nat. Hist. Soc. 60:251-252.