Book chapters

Biswas, D. and L. Venkatachalam. Economic Analysis of Irrigation Institutions: A Case Study. in Environment and Development Essays in Honour of Dr U. Sankar, Publisher: Sage, Editors: K. R. Shanmugam, K. S. Kavi Kumar. Sage.

Thomas, B.K. 2014. 'Monetary and Multidimensional Poverty in Kerala: A Review of Recent Evidence', in Kurian V. M & R. John (eds) Kerala Economy and its Emerging Issues, Kottayam: SPCS, 238-51

Thomas, B.K., P. Jamwal, S. Lele & V. Srinivasan, 2014, 'Thinking About Urban Resilience: The Case of Water Scarcity and Wastewater Reuse in Bengaluru', Urban Resilience: Proceedings of the Colloquium, Bengaluru: Public Affairs Centre, ISBN 9788188816378

Lele, S. 2014. What is wrong with Joint Forest Management? In: Democratizing Forest Governance in India (eds. Lele, S. and A. Menon). Pp. 25-62. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Lele, S. and A. Menon. 2014. Epilogue. In: Democratizing Forest Governance in India (eds. Lele, S. and A. Menon). Pp. 402-414. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Lele, S. and A. Menon. 2014. Introduction: Forest Governance beyond Joint Forest Management, Godavarman, and Tigers. In: Democratizing Forest Governance in India (eds. Lele, S. and A. Menon). Pp. 1-22. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Menon, A., V. Lobo and S. Lele. 2014. The Commons and Rural Livelihoods: Shifting dependencies and supra-local pressures. In: Democratizing Forest Governance in India (eds. Lele, S. and A. Menon). Pp. 376-401. New Delhi: Oxford University Press.

Swamy, S. and M. SoubadraDevy. 2014. Reshaping neighborhood parks for biodiversity and people: a case of unsung socio-ecological systems in Bangalore, India . In: Social–ecological systems in transition, Global Environmental Studies (Eds. S. Sakai and C. Umetsu). Japan: Springer.

Unnikrishnan, H. and H.Nagendra. 2014. Unruly commons: contestations around Sampangi Lake in Bangalore. Nehru Memorial Museum and Library Occasional Paper.Perspectives in Indian development.New series 39.

Jamwal, P., B.K. Thomas, S. Lele and V. Srinivasan.(2014). Addressing water stress through wastewater reuse: complexities and challenges in Bangalore, India.In: 5th Global Forum on Urban Resilience & Adaptation. Organised by ICLEI. Bonn. Germany. 29-31 May 2014.

Hiremath, A. J. and B. Sundaram. 2013. Invasive plant species in Indian Protected Areas: conserving biodiversity in cultural landscapes. In: Plant invasions in protected areas. Patterns, problems and challenges (edsFoxcroft, L.C.; P. Pyšek, D. M. Richardson, P. Genovesi) Invading Nature - Springer Series in Invasion Ecology Volume 7 pp 241-266. Springer.

Ramesh, M. and R. Sankaran. 2013. Natural history observations on the Indian spiny-tailed lizard Uromastyxhardwickii in the Thar Desert. In: Faunal heritage of Rajasthan, India. (eds Sharma, B. K.,S. Kulshreshtha and A. R. Rahmani).Vol1.pp 295-310.New York: Springer.

Shivanna, K. R. 2014. Biotic pollination: How plants achieve conflicting demands of attraction and restriction of potential pollinators. In: Reproductive biology of plants (edsRamawat, K. G., J. M. Merillon and K. R. Shivanna). pp 218-267. Boca Raton, FL, USA: CRC Press.

Lele, S., Seema, P., Sham, K (2013). Livelihood Strategies in Southern India; Conservation and Poverty Reduction in Forest Fringes,. Village Commons, Livelihoods and Governance: An Assessment of Karnataka’s Experience.(eds Seema Purushothaman, Rosa Abraham). Springer New Delhi, Pp.135-156.

Hiremath, A. J. and B. Sundaram. 2013. Invasive plant species in Indian Protected Areas: conserving biodiversity in cultural landscapes. In: Plant invasions in protected areas. Patterns, problems and challenges (eds Foxcroft, L.C.; P. Pyšek, D. M. Richardson, P. Genovesi) Invading Nature - Springer Series in Invasion Ecology Volume 7 Pp 241-266. Springer.

Elmqvist, T., M. Fragkias, J. Goodness, B. Guneralp, R. McDonald, P. Marcotullio, R. I. McDonald, S. Parnell, M. Schewenius, M. Sandstad, K. C. Seto, C. Wilkinson, with: M. Alberti, C. Folke, N. Frantzeskaki, D. Haase, M. Katti, H. Nagendra, J. Niemelä, S. T. A. Pickett, C.L. Redman, K. Tidball, 2013. Stewardship of the biosphere in the urban era. In: Urbanization, biodiversity, and ecosystem services: challenges and opportunities (ed T. Elmqvist.) Pp. 719-746. Springer.

Nagendra, H., H. S. Sudhira, M. Katti and M. Schewenius. 2013. Sub-regional assessment of India: Effects of urbanization on land use, biodiversity and ecosystem services. In: Urbanization, biodiversity, and ecosystem services: challenges and opportunities (ed T. Elmqvist) Pp. 65-74. Springer.

Sudhira, H. S. and H. Nagendra. Local assessment of Bangalore: Graying and greening in Bangalore - Impacts of urbanization on ecosystems, ecosystem services and biodiversity. Pp. 75-91. Springer.

Purushothaman S., Abraham R. and S. Patil. 2013. Tropical farms as socio-ecological systems – Tools and assessment. In: Cultivating Diversity! A handbook of transdisciplinary approaches to agrobiodiversity research (eds Christinck A. and M. Padmanabhan). Germany: Margraf Publishers.

Vanak, A. T., C. R. Dickman, E. A. Silva-Rodriguez, and J. R. A. Butler. 2013. Top-dogs and under-dogs: Competition between dogs and sympatric predators. In: Free-ranging dogs and wildlife conservation (ed Gompper, M.). UK: Oxford University Press.

Ritchie, E. G., C. R. Dickman, M. Letnic, and A. T. Vanak. 2013. Dogs as predators and trophic regulators. In: Free-ranging dogs and wildlife conservation (ed Gompper, M.). UK: Oxford University Press.

Lele, S. 2013. Environmentalisms, justices, and the limits of Ecosystems Services Frameworks. In: The justices and injustices of ecosystems services (ed T. Sikor). Pp.119 -139. Oxon, UK: Earthscan/Routledge.

Bawa K., Ingty, T., 2012. Climate change studies in Sikkim an introduction. In Arrawatia, M. L., Tambe, S. (Eds), Climate Change in Sikkim Patterns, Impacts and Initiatives. Information and Public Relations Department, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.

Ingty, T., Bawa, K. S., 2012. Climate change and indigenous peoples. In Arrawatia, M.L., Tambe, S. (Eds), Climate Change in Sikkim Patterns, Impacts and Initiatives. Information and Public Relations Department, Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.

Patil, R. K. and N. A. Aravind. 2012. Perturbation in the pattern of land snail diversity due to anthropogenic disturbance to wet evergreen forests of the Western Ghats, India. In: Invertebrate diversity and conservation in the Western Ghats. (eds. Priyadarsanan, D. R., M. S. Devy, K. A. Subramanian, N. A. Aravind and Seena N.). Bangalore: ATREE (In press)

Killada, N. V., S. Badiger and B. K. Thomas. 2012. Flood in Krishna basin: Institutional responses to flood regulation. In Agony of floods: Flood induced water conflicts in India (eds Prasad, E., K. J. Joy, S. Paranjape and S. Vispute) Pp 101-112. Pune: Forum for Policy Dialogue on Water Conflicts in India

Lele, S. 2012. Economic incentives for forest management. In: Deeper roots of historical injustice. (eds Anonymous). pp.101-124. Washington, D.C.: Rights and Resources Initiative

Acharya, B. B., A. J. T. Johnsingh, et al. 2010. Dhole telemetry studies in Pench Tiger Reserve, Central India. In: Telemetry in wildlife science – ENVIS Bulletin: Wildlife & Protected Areas. 13(1): 69–79. (eds) K. Sivakumar and B. Habib. Dehradun: Wildlife Institute of India

P. D. Rajan. 2011. Hiding amidst the canopy. In: Forest canopies of South Asia- a glimpse. (eds.) M. S. Devy, T. Ganesh and A. Tripathy. pp. 36–37. Bengaluru: ATREE.

Ganesan, R. 2011. In search of epiphytes- Did access to canopy matter? In: Forest canopies of south Asia – a glimpse. (eds) M. S. Devy, T. Ganesh and A. Tripathy. Bengaluru: ATREE.

Kuriakose, G., R. Ganesan and M. Soubadra Devy. 2011. Mistletoes in the wet forests canopies: Friends or foes. In: Forest canopies of south Asia– a glimpse. (eds) M. S. Devy, T. Ganesh and A. Tripathy. Bengaluru: ATREE.

Molleman, L., S. Boeve, J. Wolf, G. Oostermeijer, M. S. Devy and R. Ganesan. 2011. The spice from the forest canopies. In: Forest canopies of south Asia–a glimpse. (eds) M. S. Devy, T. Ganesh and A. Tripathy. Bengaluru: ATREE.

Mrugank V. Prabhu, R. Ganesan, P. D. Rajan and M. Soubadra Devy. 2011. Epiphytic root mats: The insect adobe. In: Forest canopies of south Asia– a glimpse. (eds) M. S. Devy, T. Ganesh and A. Tripathy. pp. 41–42. Bengaluru: ATREE.

Muriel, B., Coudel, E., Cisse, Y., Feng, S., Ounalli, N., Purushothaman, S., Rodrigues Filho, S., Sghaier, M., Tonneau, J. P. and Xiaoping, S. 2012. Comparing land use policies in emerging and developing countries. In: Land Use Policies for Sustainable Development: Exploring integrated assessment tools. (eds) Floor, B., McNeill,D. and Nishiem, I. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Purushothaman, S., Patil, S., and Kashyap, S. 2012. Agrarian crisis and policy links: A framework for Karnataka, India. In: Land Use Policies for Sustainable Development: Exploring integrated assessment tools. (eds) Floor, B, Mc Neil, D and Nishiem, I. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Ravikanth. G, Srirama R, Senthilkumar U, Ganeshaiah K. N. and Uma Shaanker R. 2011. Genetic resources of Phyllanthus in Southern India–Identification of geographic and genetic hot-spots and its implication for conservation
In: Phyllanthus species: scientific evaluation and medicinal applications. (eds) Ramadasan Kuttan and K .B. Harikumar. pp: 97–118. Florida: CRC Press, Taylor & Francis

Seshadri K .S., R. Ganesan and M. Soubadra Devy. Little plants and their treetop toeholds. In: Forest canopies of south Asia– a glimpse. (eds) M. S. Devy, T. Ganesh and A. Tripathy. Bengaluru: ATREE.

R. Vivek. 2011. Treetop treks: Ladders and beyond. In: Forest canopies of south Asia– a glimpse. (eds) M. S. Devy, T. Ganesh and A. Tripathy. Bengaluru: ATREE.

R. Vivek and Ganesh, T. 2012. Eye-to-eye with birds and small mammals. In: Forest canopies of south Asia– a glimpse. (eds) M. S. Devy, T. Ganesh and A. Tripathy. Bengaluru: ATREE.

Krishnagopal, A. and R. Vivek.2012. Getting `high’ in the canopies. In: Forest canopies of south Asia– a glimpse. (eds) M. S. Devy, T. Ganesh and A. Tripathy. Bengaluru: ATREE

Lele, S. 2011. Climate change and the Indian environmental movement. In: A Handbook of Climate Change and India. Navroz Dubash (ed). Oxford University Press, Delhi. pp. 208-217

Lele, S., I. Patil, S. Badiger, A. Menon and R. Kumar. 2011. Forests, Hydrological Services, and Agricultural Income: A Case Study from Mysore district of the Western Ghats of India. In: Environmental Valuation in South Asia (eds. Haque, A.K.E., M.N. Murty and P. Shyamsundar). Pp.141-169. Cambridge, U.K: Cambridge University Press.

Lele, S. 2011. Rethinking forest governance: Towards a perspective beyond JFM, the Godavarman case and FRA. In The Hindu Survey of the Environment 2011. (eds. Anonymous). Pp. 95– 103. Chennai: The Hindu.

Lele, S. Dynamic Sustainabilities: Technology, Environment, Social Justice. Journal of Integrative Environmental Sciences. 8(2): pp.140-143. June 2011

Elmqvist, T., M. Tuvendal, J. Krishnaswamy and K. Hylander. Ecosystem services: managing trade-offs between provisioning and regulating services. Pages 24 to 39. In: Valuation of regulating services of ecosystems: methodology and applications (ed. Pushpam Kumar Mike Wood. ed(s) (Forthcoming). Routledge, London, 2010.

Davidar, P., V. Palavai, K. Yoganand, T . Ganesh and M. S. Devy 2010 . Distributional patterns of some faunal groups in the Andaman islands : conservation Implications. 2010. In: Recent trends in biodiversity of Andaman and Nicobar islands, Ed Ramakrishna, Raghunathan, C. and Sivaperuman, C. 1-542 (published by the Director, Zoological Survey of India, kolkata).

S.Lele, Manoj Pattanaik and Nitin Rai. 2010. NTFPs in India: Rhetoric and reality. In: Wild Product Governance: Finding Policies that Work for Non-Timber Forest Products. (eds.) Sarah A. Laird, Robert McLain and Rachel P. Wynberg. Earthscan, London. 2010, pp.85-112.

G. Ravikanth, Vasudeva R, Ganeshaiah K. N and Uma Shaanker R, 2010. Garcinia Forest Gene Banks: an alternative approach for the conservation of Garcinia Genetic Resources of the Western Ghats. Pp. 80-86. In Proceedings of the National Symposium on Garcinia Genetic Resources: Linking Diversity, Livelihood and Management. Vasudeva R, Janagoudar B.S, Reddy B.M.C, Sthapit Bhuwon and Singh H.P (eds), Published by College of Forestry , Sirsi, India.

Rajesh Tandon, K.R. Shivanna and H.Y. Mohan Ram 2010. Reproductive biology of some gum producing Indian desert plants. In: Desert Plants: Biology and Biotechnology, Ramawat K.G. (Ed), Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, pp 178-195.

Kiran, M. C., and J. Krishnaswamy. 2009. Western Ghats, India: A potential serial Natural World Heritage Site. In: Nominations and Management of Serial Natural World Heritage Properties – Present Situation, Challenges and Opportunities (eds. B. Engels, B. Ohnesorge, A. Burmester). Isle of Vilm, Germany: BfN.

Uma Shaanker, R., Gladwin Joseph, N.A. Aravind, Ramesh Kannan, and K.N. Ganeshaiah. Invasive Plants in Tropical Human-Dominated Landscapes: Need for an Inclusive Management Strategy 2009. In: Bioinvasions and Globalization Ecology, Economics, Management, and Policy. (eds. Charles Perrings, Harold Mooney, and Mark Williamson). OUP.

Gadgil, A. and S. Lele, 2009. India: Special Role and Responses. In: Climate Change Science and Policy. S. H. Schneider, A. Rosencranz, M. D. Mastrandrea and K. Kuntz-Duriseti (Eds). Island Press, Washington, D.C. 2010, pp.323-331.

Lele, S. Reflections on Interdisciplinarity in Environmental Economics in India. 2009. In: Handbook of Environmental Economics in India. Kanchan Chopra and Vikram Dayal (Eds), Oxford University Press, pp.305-325

Joy, K. J., A. Shah, S. Paranjape, S. Badiger and S. Lele, 2009, ‘Re-visioning the Watershed Development Programme in India’, in G. K. Kadekodi and B. Viswanathan (Eds.), Agricultural Development, Rural Institutions, and Economic Policy: Essays for A.Vaidyanathan, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, pp.152-175.

Lele, S., I. Patil, S. Badiger, A. Menon and R. Kumar, 2009, ‘Forests, Hydrological Services, and Agricultural Income: A Case Study from Mysore district of the Western Ghats of India’, in M. N. Murty, P. Shyamsundar and E. Haq (Eds.), Valuing the Invaluable - The Practice of Environmental Economics in South Asia, Oxford University Press, Oxford, U.K., p.(in press).

Ravikanth, G., Nageswara Rao M., Ganeshaiah K.N.,. and Uma Shaanker.R., 2009. Genetic diversity of NTFP species: issues and implications. Pp.53-64 In: Non-Timber Forest Products Conservation, Management and Policies. R. Uma Shaanker, Ankila J. Hiremath, Gladwin C. Joseph and Nitin Rai(Eds). Published by Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and Environment, Bangalore and Forestry Research Support Program for Asia and the Pacific, Food and Agriculture Organisation, Bangkok.

Patil, R.K. and N.A. Aravind. Perturbation in the pattern of land snail diversity due to anthropogenic disturbance to wet evergreen forests of the Western Ghats, India. In: Priyadarsanan, D.R., M.S. Devy, K.A. Subramanian and N.A. Aravind (eds), Invertebrate diversity and conservation in the Western Ghats. ATREE, Bangalore. (Accepted).

Aravind Kumar, N.A. Aravind, R. Uma Shanker, K.N Ganeshaih, Seema Purushothaman and Sham Kashyap. 2008. Herbal Exports from India – Trends And Implications. In: Non Timber Forest Product Species: Conservation, Management and Policies. (eds. R. Uma Shaanker, Gladwin Joseph, Ankila Hiremath and Nithin Rai). ATREE Bangalore

Uma Shaanker, R., Gladwin Joseph, N.A. Aravind, Ramesh Kannan and K.N. Ganeshaiah. 2008. Invasive plants in tropical human dominated landscapes: need for a paradigm shift in their management. In: Perrings, C., H. Mooney and M. Williamson (eds), Bioinvasions and Globalization: Ecology, Economics, Management, and Policy. Oxford University Press, London. (Accepted).

R. Uma Shaanker, B.T. Ramesha, Ravikanth G., R. Gunaga, R. Vasudeva and K.N. Ganeshaiah, 2008. Chemical Profiling of Nothapodytes nimmoniana for Camptothecin, an Important Anticancer Alkaloid: Toward the Development of a Sustainable Production System. Pp 197-213. In Bioactive Molecules and Medicinal Plants. Ramawat KG, Merillon JM (eds.) Springer Publishing, UK

Shanker, K. 2007. A quarter century of sea turtle conservation in India. In: Making Conservation Work (eds G. Shahabuddin and M. Rangarajan). Permanent Black, Delhi, India.

Aravind, N.A., Rao, D., Vanaraj, G., Poulsen, J., Uma Shaanker, R. and Ganeshaiah, K.N. (2001). ‘Anthropogenic pressures in a tropical forest ecosystem in Western Ghats, India: Are they sustainable?’, in K.N. Ganeshaiah, R. Uma Shaanker and K.S. Bawa (eds), Tropical Ecosystems: Structure, Diversity and Human welfare, pp. 125-128, New Delhi: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. Pvt. Ltd.

Uma Shaanker, R., and K.N Ganeshaiah. 1998. Conservation of Plant Genetic Resources. In BiligiriRangaswamy Temple Wildlife Santuary: Natural History, Biodiversity and Conservation (eds. K.N Ganeshaiah and R Uma Shaanker). ATREE-VGKK, Bangalore.