References about Tigers

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  1. Damania R, Seidensticker J, Whitten T, Sethi G, MacKinnon K, et al. (2008) A future for wild tigers. Washington, D.C.: World Bank and Smithsonian's National Zoological Park. 36 p.
  2. Wikramanayake E, Dinerstein E, Forrest J, Loucks C, Seidensticker J, et al. (2010) Road to recovery or catastrophic loss: How will the next decade end for wild tigers? In: Tilson R. L, Nyhus P. J, editors. Tigers of the World: The science, politics and conservation of Panthera tigris. London: Academic Press. pp. 493–506.
  3. Chundawat R. S, Habib B, Karanth K. U, Kawanashi K, Ahmad Khan J, et al. (2010) Panthera tigris. IUCN 2010, IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Version 2010.2. Available:http://www.iucnredlist.org. Accessed 14 July 2010.
  4. Sanderson E, Forrest J, Loucks C, Ginsberg J, Dinerstein E, et al. (2006) Setting priorities for the conservation and recovery of wild tigers 2005–2015. A technical report. New York and Washington, D.C.: Wildlife Conservation Society, World Wildlife Fund, Smithsonian, and National Fish and Wildlife Foundation–Save the Tiger Fund. 206 p.
  5. Karanth K. U, Goodrich J. M, Vaidyanathan S, Reddy G. V (2010) Landscape scale, ecology-based management of wild tiger populations. Washington, D.C.: Global Tiger Initiative, World Bank, and Wildlife Conservation Society.
  6. Karanth K. U, Stith B. M (1999) Prey depletion as a critical determinant of tiger population viability. In: Seidensticker J, Christie S, Jackson P, editors. Riding the Tiger: Tiger conservation in human-dominated landscapes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 100–113.
  7. Jhala Y. V, Gopal R, Quereshi Q (2008) Status of tigers, co-predators and prey in India. New Delhi and Dehradun, India: National Tiger Conservation Authority and Wildlife Institute of India. 152 p.
  8. Linkie M, Chapron G, Martyr D, Holden J, Leader-Williams N (2006) Assessing the viability of tiger subpopulations in a fragmented landscape. J Appl Ecol 43: 576–586. FIND THIS ARTICLE ONLINE
  9. Wikramanayake E. D, Dinerstein E, Robinson J. G, Karanth K. U, Rabinowitz A, et al. (1998) An ecology-based method for defining priorities for large mammal conservation: The tiger as case study. Cons Biol 12: 865–868. FIND THIS ARTICLE ONLINE
  10. Wikramanayake E. D, Dinerstein E, Robinson J. G, Karanth K. U, Rabinowitz A, et al. (1999) Where can tigers live in the future? A framework for identifying high-priority areas for the conservation of tigers in the wild. In: Seidensticker J, Christie S, Jackson P, editors. Riding the Tiger: Tiger conservation in human-dominated landscapes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 255–272.
  11. Christie SSanderson E, et al. (2006) NGO investment in tiger conservation units, 1998–2003. Setting priorities for the conservation and recovery of wild tigers 2005–2015: A technical report New York and Washington, D.C.: Wildlife Conservation Society, World Wildlife Fund, Smithsonian, and National Fish and Wildlife Foundation–Save the Tiger Fund. 116–119. FIND THIS ARTICLE ONLINE
  12. Nowell K, Xu Ling (2007) Taming the tiger trade: China's markets for wild and captive tiger products since the 1993 domestic trade ban. Hong Kong: TRAFFIC East Asia. 75 p.
  13. Walston J, Karanth K. U, Stokes E (2010) Avoiding the Unthinkable: What will it cost to prevent tigers becoming extinct in the wild?. Washington, D.C.: Global Tiger Initiative, World Bank, and Wildlife Conservation Society. 126 p.
  14. Milner-Gulland E. J, Leader-Williams N (1992) A model of incentives for the illegal exploitation of black rhinos and elephants: poaching pays in Luangwa Valley, Zambia. J Appl Ecol 29: 388–401.FIND THIS ARTICLE ONLINE
  15. Leader-Williams N, Albon S. D (1988) Allocation of resources for conservation. Nature 336: 533–535. FIND THIS ARTICLE ONLINE
  16. Panwar H. S (1987) Project Tiger: the reserves, the tigers and their future. In: Tilson R. L, Seal U. S, editors. Tigers of the world: The biology, biopolitics, management and conservation of an endangered species. New Jersey: Noyes Publications. pp. 110–117.
  17. Karanth K. U, Sunquist M, Chinnapa K. M (1999) Long-term monitoring of tigers: lessons from Nagarahole. In: Seidensticker J, Christie S, Jackson P, editors. Riding the Tiger: Tiger conservation in human-dominated landscapes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 114–122.
  18. Karanth K. U (2002) Nagarahole: Limits and opportunities in wildlife conservation. In: Terborgh J, Van Schaik C, Davenport L, Rao M, editors. Making parks work: Strategies for preserving tropical nature. Washington, D.C.: Island Press. pp. 189–202.
  19. Karanth K. U, Nichols J. D, Kumar N. S, Hines J. E (2006) Assessing tiger population dynamics using photographic capture-recapture sampling. Ecology 87: 2925–2937. FIND THIS ARTICLE ONLINE
  20. Karanth K. U, Nichols J. D, Kumar N. S, Link W. A, Hines J. E (2004) Tigers and their prey: Predicting carnivore densities from prey abundance. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 101: 4854–4858.FIND THIS ARTICLE ONLINE
  21. Tigers ForeverJoint program of Panthera and Wildlife Conservation Society. Available:http://www.panthera.org/tigers_forever.h​tml , Accessed 17 August 2010.
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  23.  WCS Russia (16 October 2009) Danger signals for the Siberian tiger. Available:http://www.wcsrussia.org/aboutus/NewsArc​hive/tabid/2041,aspx .
  24. Miquelle D. G, Yu M, Dunishenko D. A, Zvyaginstsev D. A, Darensky A. A, et al. (2009) A monitoring program for the Amur tiger. Twelfth Year Report, 1998–2009. 54 p.
  25. Karki J. B, Jnawali S. R, Shestha R, Pandey M. B, Gurung G, et al. (2009) Tigers and their prey base abundance in Terai Arc landscape, Nepal. Kathmandu: Government of Nepal, Ministry of Forests and Soil Conservation, Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation, and Department of Forests. 12 p.
  26. Balmford A, Gaston K. J, Blyth S, James A, Kapos V (2003) Global variation in terrestrial conservation costs, conservation benefits, and unmet conservation needs. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 100: 1046–1050. FIND THIS ARTICLE ONLINE
  27. Mills J. A, Jackson P (1994) Killed for a cure: a review of the worldwide trade in tiger bone. Cambridge, UK: TRAFFIC International. 64 p.
  28. Wasser R. M, Jiao P. B (2010) Understanding the motivations: the first step toward influencing China's unsustainable wildlife consumption. Hong Kong: TRAFFIC East Asia. 56 p.

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