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Publications

International Peer-reviewed Journals

*Joint first author

5) Mittal D, Chakrabarti S*, Khambda SB, Bump JK. (2020). Spots and manes: the curious case of foster care between two competing felids. Ecosphere11(2).

4) Jhala YV, Banerjee K, Chakrabarti S, Basu P, Singh K, Dave C, Gogoi K. 2019. Asiatic lion: Ecology, Economics and Politics of Conservation. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution7, 312. https://doi.org/10.3389/fevo.2019.00312.

3)  Chakrabarti  S,  Jhala  YV.  2019. Battle of the Sexes: a multi-male mating strategy helps lionesses win the gender war of fitness. Behavioral Ecology. https://doi.org/10.1093/beheco/arz048

2) Chakrabarti  S,  Jhala  YV.  2017.  Selfish  Partners:  resource  partitioning  in  male  coalitions  of  Asiatic  lions. Behavioral Ecology arx118, https://doi.org/10.1093/beheco/arx118.

1) Chakrabarti S, Jhala YV, Dutta S, Qureshi Q, Kadivar RF, Rana VJ. 2016. Adding constraints to predation through allometric relation of scats to consumption. Journal of Animal Ecology 85:660-670.

Popular Science Articles

8. Chakrabarti S. It takes two to tango for lions. SAEVUS. 2020

7. Chakrabarti S. A cat out of the bag: lions in a human-landscape. Hornbill, Bombay Natural History Society, April-June 2019

6. Chakrabarti S, Dutt A, Sadhu A, Mathur VB. Campus Canines: managing stray dogs in WII campus. 2018. SAEVUS. Vol 7 Issue 4; Dec 18 – Feb 19

5. Research Advisor to Saving Asia’s Pride: Cover Story of SAEVUS, Vol 8 Issue 1, June-Aug 20185.

4. Chakrabarti S. 2018. Tailing the last lions of Asia. Science Outside, American Blog of Science https://scienceoutside.com/portfolio/tailing-the-last-lions-of-asia/

3. Chakrabarti S. 2018. Of Men & Manes. SAEVUS, Vol 7 Issue 1, March-May 2018

2. Chakrabarti S. 2017. Belling the cat: using telemetry to study lions in people’s backyards. Sanctuary Asia, Vol. XXXVII No.12 December Issue http://www.sanctuaryasia.com/magazines/conservation/10754-belling-the-cat--using-telemetry-to-study-lions-in-peoples-backyards.html

1. Chakrabarti S. 2011. A walk on the wild side. WII Newsletter 18(3) (pp) 2. Wildlife Institute of India

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Wildlife Institute of India

Award Date: Oct 9 2018

MS, Wildlife Institute of India

Jun 27 2011Jul 5 2013

Award Date: Jul 5 2013

Research interests

  • Animal Behaviour
  • Carnivore Ecology
  • Animal Physiology
  • Human-Carnivore conflict
  • conservation biology