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1. Gadgil, M. 1967

On some aspects of the biology of Coilia dussumieri (Cuv. and Val.)

Journal of Bombay Natural History Society, 63 : 55‑69.


2. Gadgil, M. and Bossert, W.H. 1970

Life historical consequences of natural selection

The American Naturalist, 104 : 1‑24.
3. Gadgil, M. 1971

Dispersal : population consequences and evolution



Ecology, 52 : 253‑261.
4. Gadgil, M. and Solbrig, O.T. 1972

The concept of r‑ and k‑ selection : evidence from wild flowers and some theoretical considerations

The American Naturalist, 106 : 14‑31.
5. Gadgil, M. 1972

The function of communal roosts : relevance of mixed roosts



Ibis, 114 : 531‑533.
6. Gadgil, M. 1972

Male dimorphism as a consequence of sexual selection

The American Naturalist, 106 : 574‑580.
7. Abrahamson, W.G. and Gadgil, M. 1973

Growth form and reproductive effort in goldenrods (Solidago, Compositae)

The American Naturalist, 107 : 651‑661.
8. Sarukhan, J. and Gadgil, M. 1974

Studies on plant demography; Ranunculus repens L., R. bulbosus L. and R. acris L III.A mathematical model incorporating multiple modes of reproduction



Journal of Ecology, 62 : 921‑936.
9. Arjunwakkar, A.V. and Gadgil, M. 1974

Burrowing habits of the greatest bandicoot rat (Bandicota indica)

Journal of Bombay Natural History Society, 71 : 137‑140.
10. Gadgil, M. and Mahabal, A.S. 1974

Caste differentiation in the paper wasp, Ropalidia marginata (Lep.)



Current Science, 43 : 482.
11. Gadgil, S. and Gadgil, M. 1975

Can a single resource support many consumer species ?



Journal of Genetics, 62 : 33‑47.
12. Schaffer, W.M. and Gadgil, M. 1975

Selection of optimal life histories for plants

In : M. Cody and J. Diamond ed. Ecology and Evolution of Communities,

Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass. pp. 142‑ 157.


13. Gadgil, M. 1975

Evolution of social behaviour through interpopulation selection

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA), 73 : 1199‑ 1201.
14. Gadgil, M. and Vartak, V.D. 1975

Sacred groves of India : A plea for continued conservation

Journal of Bombay Natural History Society, 72 : 314‑320.
15. Mukunda, N., Sharat Chandra, H., Sudarshan, E.C.G., and Gadgil, M. 1976

On the dynamics of activation of mammalian X‑chromosomes



Genet. Res., 28 : 147‑162.
16. Sharat Chandra, H.C. and Gadgil, M. 1976

A year of Bandipur

Journal of Bombay Natural History Society, 73 : 623‑647.

17. Gadgil, M. and Taylor, C.E. 1976

Plausible models of sexual selection and polymorphism

The American Naturalist, 109 : 470‑472.
18. Gadgil, M. and Ali, S. 1976

Communal roosting habits of Indian birds

Journal of Bombay Natural History Society, 72 : 716‑727.
19. Gadgil, M. and Vartak, V.D. 1976

Sacred groves of Western Ghats of India



Economic Botany, 30 : 152‑160.

Also published in Ramachandra Guha (ed.) Social Ecology, Oxford in India Readings in Sociology and Social Anthropology, Oxford University Press, Delhi, pp. 82‑89,


20. Gadgil, M. and Vartak, V.D. 1977

Growth of forest trees of Mahabaleshwar

J. Univ. Poona Sci. Tech., 50 : 1‑7.
21. Gadgil, M. and Parthasarathy, M.A. 1977

Trees of Bangalore



Indian Farming, 26 : 64‑68
22. Sathischandran Nair, S., Nair, P.V.K., Sharatchandra, H.C. and Gadgil, M. 1977

An ecological reconnaissance of the proposed Jawahar National Park

Journal of Bombay Natural History Society, 74(3) : 401‑435.
23. Prasad, S.N. and Gadgil, M. 1978

Vanishing bamboo stocks



Commerce, 1000‑1004 24.
24. Gadgil, M. and Gadgil, S. 1979

Adaptive significance of the relation between root and shoot growth

Journal of Indian Institute of Science, 61(C) : 25‑40.

25. Gadgil, M and Malhotra, K.C. 1979

Role of deities in symbolizing conflicts of dispersing human groups

Indian Anthropologist, 9 : 83‑92.


26. Prasad, S.N., Nair, P.V.K., Sharatchandra, H.C., Gadgil, M. 1979

On factors governing the distribution of wild mammals in Karnataka

Journal of Bombay Natural History Society, 75(3) : 718‑742.
27. Gadgil, M. 1979

Hills, dams and forests : some field observations from Karnataka Western Ghats

Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences, 2(3) : 291‑303.
28. Gadgil, S., Nanjundaiah, V. and Gadgil, M. 1980

On the evolutionarily stable compositions of populations of interacting genotypes

Journal of Theoretical Biology, 84 : 737‑759.
29. Nair, P.V.K. and Gadgil, M. 1980

The status and distribution of elephant populations of Karnataka

Journal of Bombay Natural History Society, 75 (Suppl.) : 1000‑1016.
30. Sharatchandra, H.C. and Gadgil, M. 1980

On the time budget of different life history stages of chital (Axis axis )

Journal of Bombay Natural History Society, 75 (Suppl.) : 940‑960.
31. Gadgil, M. 1980

Wildlife resources as food

Keynote address at Symposium on Wildlife Resources in Rural Development, Hyderabad, mimeo. p.17.
32. Gadgil, M. 1980

Wildlife resources of India

In : U.S. Srivastava ed. National Academy of Sciences Golden Jubilee Volume, Allahabad, pp. 219‑246.

33. Gadgil, M. and Malhotra, K.C. 1980

A people's view of ecodevelopment

Environmental Services Group, WWF, India, pp.26.


34. Gadgil, M. 1980

Salim Ali, Naturalist extraordinary : a historical perspective

Journal of Bombay Natural History Society, 75 (Suppl.), i‑v
35. Gadgil, M. 1981

Introduction to the symposium on evolution of reproductive strategies

In : G.G.E. Scudder and J.L. Reveal ed. Evolution Today Proceeddings of the II International Congress on Systematics and Evolutionary Biology, pp. 91‑92.
36. Mohnot, S.M., Gadgil, M. and Makwana, S.C. 1981

On the dynamics of the Hanuman langur populations of Jodhpur (Rajasthan) India



Primates, 22(2) : 182‑191.
37. Gadgil, M., Nair, P.V.K. and Sukumar, R. 1981

The elephant in South India : a review.

In : J.C. Daniel ed. The status of the Asian elephant in the Indian subcontinent, Asian Elephant Group, SSC, IUCN, pp.9‑20.
38. Gadgil, M. and Vartak, V.D. 1981

Sacred groves of Maharashtra : an inventory

In : S.K. Jain ed. Glimpses of Ethnobotany, Oxford University Press, Bombay, pp.279‑294.
39. Vartak, V.D. and Gadgil, M. 1981

Studies on sacred groves along the Western Ghats from Maharashtra and Goa : role of beliefs and folklores

In : S.K. Jain ed. Glimpses of Ethnobotany, Oxford University Press, Bombay, pp. 272‑278.

40. Malhotra, K.C. and Gadgil, M. 1981

The ecological basis of the geographical distribution of the Dhangars : a pastoral caste‑clusters of Maharashtra

South Asian Anthropologist, 2(2) : 49‑59.


41. Gadagkar, R., Gadgil, M., Joshi, N.V., Mahabal, A.S. 1982

Observations on the natural history and population ecology of social wasp, Ropalidia marginata(Lep.)

Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences (Animal Sci.), 91 (6) : 539‑552.
42. Gadgil, M. and Malhotra, K.C. 1982

Ecology of a pastoral caste : Gavli Dhangars of peninsular India



Human Ecology, 10 : 107‑143.
43. Gadgil, M. 1982

Changes with age in the strategy of social behaviour

In : P.P.C. Bateson and P.H. Klopfer ed. Perspectives in Ethology, vol. 5, Plenum Press,

pp. 439‑501.


44. Gadgil, M. 1982

Society and environmental resources

Society and Science, 5 : 1‑6.


45. Gadgil, M. 1982

Conservation of plant resources through biosphere reserves



Current Science, 51 : 547‑550.
46. Gadgil, M. 1982

Wildlife

In : The state of India's environment : a citizen's report, Centre for Science and Environment, New Delhi, pp. 164‑173.
47. Gadgil, M., Joshi, N.V. and Gadgil, S. 1983

On the moulding of population viscosity by natural selection

Journal of Theoretical Biology, 104 : 21‑42.
48. Gadgil, M. and Malhotra, K.C. 1983

Adaptive significance of the Indian caste system : an ecological perspective

Annals of Human Biology, 10 : 465‑478

Also published in Ramachandra Guha (ed.) Social Ecology, Oxford in India

Readings in Sociology and Social Anthropology, Oxford University Press, Delhi,

pp. 27‑41.


49. Gadgil, M and Malhotra, K.C. 1983

Questioning Bedthi hydel project : an experiment in people's participation

In : Kuldeep Mathur and Harsh Sethi ed. Action Research for Development,

Indian Institute of Public Administration, New Delhi, pp. 25‑30.


50. Malhotra, K.C., Khomne, S.B. and Gadgil, M. 1983

Hunting strategies among three non‑pastoral nomadic groups of Maharashtra



Man in India, 63 : 21‑39.
51. Gadgil, M., Prasad, S.N. and Rauf Ali 1983

Forest management in India : a critical review



Social Action, 33 : 127‑155.
52. Gadgil, M. 1983

Forestry with a social purpose

In : W. Fernandes and S. Kulkarni Ed. People's rights and environmental needs

Indian Social Institute, New Delhi.


53. Gadgil, M. 1983

Conserving biological diversity : the Indian experience

In : F.W.G. Baker and M.Hadley ed. Ecology in practice, Part I : Ecosystem Management, Tycooly International Publishing Limited, Dublin, pp. 485‑491.
54. Gadgil, M. and Prasad, S.N. 1984

Ecological determinants of life history evolution of two Indian bamboo species



Biotropica, 16 : 161‑171.

55. Gadgil, M. and Nair, P.V.K. 1984

Observations on the social behaviour of free ranging groups of tame Asiatic elephant (Elephas maximus Linn.)

Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences (Animal Sci.), 93 : 225‑233.


56. Gadgil, M. 1984

An approach to ecodevelopment of Western Ghats



The Administrator, XXIX : 339‑379.
57. Gadgil, M. 1984

Ecodevelopment of Western Ghats in Karnataka

In : C.J. Saldanha ed. Karnataka State of the Environment Report 1983‑84,

Centre for Taxonomic Studies, Bangalore, pp. 138‑148.


58. Gadgil, M. 1985

This week's citation classic



Current Contents (Agriculture, Biology and Environmental Sciences), 16 : 18.
59. Gadgil, M. and Meher‑Homji, V.M. 1985

Land use and productive potential of Indian savannas

In : J.C. Tothill and J.J. Mott (ed.) Ecology and Management of the World's Savannas.

The Australian Academy of Sciences, Canberra, pp. 107‑113.


60. Gadgil, M. and Sinha, M. 1985

The biomass budget of Karnataka

In : C.J. Saldanha ed. Karnataka State of the Environment Report ‑ 1984‑85,

Centre for Taxonomic Studies, Bangalore, pp. 19‑30.


61. Gadgil, M. 1985

The status of wild mammals in Karnataka

In : C.J. Saldanha ed. Karnataka State of the Environment Report ‑ 1984‑85,

Centre for Taxonomic Studies, Bangalore, pp. 22‑34.


62. Gadgil, M., Hegde, M., Joshi, N.V. and Gadgil, S. 1985

On the communication of well being

Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences (Animal Sci.), 94(6) : 575‑586.


63. Gadgil, M. 1985

Social restraints on resource utilization : the Indian experience

In : J.A. McNeely and D. Pitt ed. Culture and Conservation : The Human Dimension

in Environmental Planning, Croom Helm, pp. 135‑ 154.


64. Gadgil, M. and Malhotra, K.C. 1985

Ecology is for the people

South Asian Anthropologist, 6(1) : 1‑14.


65. Gadgil, M. 1985

The Indian caste system as a historical adaptation : an ecological perspective



New Quest, III : 279‑283.
66. Gadgil, M. 1985

Cultural evolution of ecological prudence



Landscape Planning, 12 : 285‑299.
67. Gadgil, M and Malhotra, K.C. 1985

Pastoral caste ecology : case studies from Karnataka and Maharashtra uplands

In : Tejvir Singh and Jagdish Kaur ed. Himalayas, Mountains and Man , Print House, Lucknow, pp. 197‑204.
68. Prasad, S.N. and Gadgil, M. 1985

Bamboo in the rural life of hill tracts of the Western Ghats

Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy, B51 : 128‑133.
69. Prasad, S.N., Hegde, M.S., Gadgil, M., Hegde, K.M. 1985

An experiment in ecodevelopment in Uttara Kannada district of Karnataka

South Asian Anthropologist, 69(1) : 73‑83.

70. Misra, B.K., Gadgil, M. and Hegde, K.M. 1985

Bhairumbe ‑ an experiment in ecodevelopment

In : C.J. Saldanha ed. Karnataka state of environment report‑1985‑86,

Centre for Taxonomic Studies, Bangalore, pp. 155‑172.
71. Gore, A.P., Paranjpe, S., Rajarshi, M.B. and Gadgil, M. 1986

Some methods for summarizing survivorship data in non‑standard situations



Biometrical Journal, 28(5) : 577‑586.
72. Gadgil, M. 1986

On biomass budgets

Journal of Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics, XXXVIII : 3, 225‑268.
73. Gadgil, M. 1986

Towards an ecological history of India



Economic and Political Weekly, XX (45, 46, 47), 1909‑1918.
74. Gadgil, M. and Meher‑Homji, V.M. 1986

Localities of great significance to conservation of India's biological diversity

Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences, Animal / Plant Sciences Supplement,

pp. 165‑180


75. Gadgil, M. and Meher‑Homji, V.M. 1986

Role of protected areas in conservation

In : V.L. Chopra and T.N. Khoshoo ed. Conservation of Productive Agriculture,

Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi. pp. 143‑159
76. Gadgil, M., Hegde, K.M. and Bhoja Shetty, K.A. 1986

Uttara Kannada : a case study in hill area development

In : C.J. Saldanha ed. Karnataka state of environment report ‑1985‑86,

Centre for Taxonomic Studies, Bangalore, pp. 155‑170.


77. Gadgil, M. 1987

Diversity : cultural and biological

Trends in Ecology and Evolution 2 (12), 369‑373
78. Gadgil, M. 1987

Depleting renewable resources : a case study from Karnataka Western Ghats

Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 42 (3) : 376‑387.
79. Gadgil, M. 1987

Culture, perception and attitudes to the environment

In : P.Jacobs and D.A. Munro (eds.) Conservation with Equity :

Strategies for Sustainable Development

International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources, Cambridge, U.K.,

pp. 85‑94. (NA)


80. Sukumar, R. and Gadgil, M. 1988

Male‑female differences in foraging on crops by Asian elephants



Animal behaviour, 36(4) : 1233‑1235.
81. Malhotra, K.C. and Gadgil, M. 1988

Coping with uncertainty in food supply : case studies among the pastoral and

non‑pastoral nomads of Western India

In : I. deGarine and G.A. Harrison ed. Coping with uncertainty in food supply,

Clarendon Press, Oxford pp. 379‑404.
82. Gadgil, M. 1989

Husbanding India's natural resources : the tradition and the prospects

In : Carla M. Borden ed. Contemporary Indian Tradition, Smithsonian

Institute Press, Washington and London, pp. 323‑332.


83. Gadgil, M. and Subhashchandran, M.D. 1989

On the history of Uttara Kannada forests

In : J. Dargavel, K. Dixon and N. Semple (eds.) Changing Tropical Forests,

Australian National University, Canberra, pp. 47‑58.

84. Guha, R. and Gadgil, M. 1989


State forestry and social conflict in British India : a study in the ecological bases of

agrarian protest



Past and Present, No. 123, 141‑177.
85. Guha, R., Prasad, S.N. and Gadgil, M. 1989

Deforestation and degradation of natural plant resources in India

Journal of the Indian Anthropological Society, 19(3).
86. Gadgil, M. 1989

Population, Resources and Environment : the Indian Dilemma

In : Population Issues, Applied Population Research Trust

Bangalore, pp. 29‑42.

87. Gadgil, M. 1989

Deforestation : Problems and Prospects



Wastelands News, Supplement to SPWD Newsletter, IV (4), May‑ July.
87a. Gadgil, M. 1989

Deforestation : Problems and Prospects



Social Action, 39 (4), 357‑383, 1989
87b. Gadgil, M. 1989

Deforestation : Problems and Prospects



Indian Journal of Public Administrator, XXXV (3), 752‑ 801, July‑Sept. 1989

87c. Gadgil, M. 1989

Deforestation : Problems and Prospects

Energy Environment Monitor, 5(2), 3‑47, 1989

88. Gadgil, M. 1989

Forest exploitation : patterns and processes



Biovigyanam, 15(1), 1‑2.
89. Gadgil, M. 1989

The Indian heritage of a conservation ethic

In : B. Allchin, E.R. Allchin and B.K. Thapar ed. Conservation of the Indian

Heritage, Cosmo Publications, New Delhi, pp. 13‑22.
90. Gadgil, M. and Guha, R. 1989

Greening the Commons



Mainstream, pp. 9,10,30. January.
91. Gadgil, M. and Iyer, P. 1989

On the diversification of common property resource use by the Indian society

In : F. Berkes (ed.) Common Property Resources : Ecology and Community

based Sustainable Development, pp. 240‑255. Belhaven Press, London.

also translated into spanish :‑

Gadgil M. y Iyer.P., La diversificacion en el uso de los recursos de propiedad comun en

la sociedad de la India

in : Cultura y Manejo sustentable de los recursos naturales Volumen segundo, pp.551‑571. Enrique leff Julia carabias (coordinadores).
92. Gadgil, M. 1989

Management of renewable resources : A S and T Programme

Journal of Education and Social Change, II(4), 73‑86.
92.01 Kumar, P., Pirta, R.S., Gadgil, M. 1989

Population survey and conservation of macaques and langurs in Himachal Pradesh



Proc. Nat.Symp.Anim.Behav, In B.H. Patel (ed.) The Behaviour, Sir P.P. Institute of Science, Bhavnagar, pp. 185‑191.

93. Gadgil, M. and Thapar, R. 1990

Human Ecology in India : Some historical perspectives

Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 15(3), 209‑223.

94. Gadgil, M. and Meher‑Homji, V.M. 1990

Ecological diversity

In : J.C. Daniel and J.S Serrao ed. Conservation in Developing Countries : Problems and Prospects. Proceedings of the Centenary Seminar of the Bombay Natural History Society. pp. 175‑198. Bombay Natural History Society and Oxford University Press, Bombay.
95. Daniels, R.J.R. Hegde, M. and Gadgil, M. 1990

Birds of the man‑made ecosystems : the plantations

Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. (Anim. Sci.), 99 (1), 79‑89.
96. Daniels, R.J.R., Joshi, N.V. and Gadgil, M. 1990

Changes in the bird fauna of Uttara Kannada, India, in relation to changes in landuse over

the past entury

Biological Conservation, 52, 37‑48.


97. Gadgil, M. 1990

Population, resources and environment



Seminar, 365, 52‑56. January.
97.01 Pirta, R.S., Kumar, P. and Gadgil, M. 1990

Conservation and management of non‑human primates in Western Himalayas



Natcon Publication ‑ 3, 89‑102.

98. Gadgil, M. 1991

India's deforestation : Patterns and Processes

Society and Natural Resources, 3(2), 131‑143


99. Gadgil, M. 1991

Restoring India's forest cover : the human context



Nature and Resources, 27(2), 12‑20.
100. Gadgil, M. 1991

Conserving India's biodiversity : the human context

In : T.N. Khoshoo and M. Sharma (ed.) Sustainable Management of Natural

Resources pp. 243‑255. Malhotra Publishing House, New Delhi.
101. Gadgil, M. 1991

Conserving India's biodiversity : the societal context

Evolutionary Trends in Plants, 5(1), 3‑8.

102. Daniels, R.J.R., Hegde, M., Joshi, N.V. and Gadgil, M. 1991

Assigning Conservation Value : A case study from India

Conservation Biology, 5(4), 464‑475
103. Gadgil, M. and Berkes, F. 1991

Traditional Resource Management Systems

Resource Management and Optimization, 18 (3‑4), 127‑141
104. Gadgil, M. 1991

Ecological Organization of the Indian Society



I.C.S.S.R. Newsletter, XXI (4), pp. 1‑9. Jan.‑Mar.
105. Joshi, N.V. and Gadgil, M. 1991

On the role of refugia in promoting prudent use of biological resources

Theoretical Population Biology, 40 (2), 211‑229.

106. Ravindranath, N.H., Shailaja, R. and Gadgil, M. 1991

An approach to environment awareness and education programmes

Productivity, 31(4), 557‑561.
107. Gadgil, M. 1992

Conserving biodiversity as if people matter : A case study from India.



Ambio, 21(3), 266‑270.
108. Daniels, R.J.R., Joshi, N.V. and Gadgil, M. 1992

On the relationship between bird and woody plant species diversity in the Uttara Kannada district of south India.



Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 89(12), 5311‑5315.
109. Gadgil, M. and Subash Chandran, M.D. 1992

Sacred Groves

In G. Sen (ed.) Indigenous Vision. People of India. Attitudes to the Environment

pp. 183‑187. Sage Publications, New Delhi and India International Centre, New Delhi.


110. Gadgil, M. 1992

Science and Natural Resource Management



Seminar, Annual 389, India. pp. 81‑84.
111. Gadgil, M. 1992

Environmentalism at the cross‑roads

In : S.N. Chari and V. Vyasulu (ed.) Managing India's Planning. pp. 225‑239.

Printwell, Jaipur


112. Gadgil, M. 1992

Indian forestry ‑ The socio‑economic context.

In : Status of Indian Forestry : Problems and Perspectives.

Indian Society of Tree Scientists, Solan. (NA)

113. Bhat, P.R., Bhat, D.M., Ravindranath, N.H. and Gadgil, M. 1992

Microlevel planning for sustainable development of two village ecosystems in Uttara Kannada district

International Journal of Sustainable Development, 1(3), 69‑78.
114. Gadgil, M. 1992

Conserving India's biodiversity : The Societal Context.

International Journal of Sustainable Development. Earth Summit Special. May.

115. Gadgil, M. 1992

State subsidies and forest use in a dual society.

In : A.Agarwal (ed.) The Price of Forests. Centre for Science and Environment. New Delhi pp. 132‑137.


116. Gadgil, M. 1993

Restoring the productivity of Indian savannas

In : M. D. Young and O.T. Solbrig (ed.)The World's Savannas : Economic Driving Forces, Ecological Constraints to and Policy Options for Sustainable Savanna Landuse. pp. 221‑235.

MAB Series Volume 12. Parthenon Publishing, London.


117. Joshi, N.V., Gadgil, M. and Patil, S. 1993

Exploring cultural diversity of the people of India



Current Science, 64(1), 10‑17.
118. Gadgil, M. 1993

"Forestry Principles" : What should the Indian response be ?



Wastelands News, VIII (2), 13‑18, Nov.92‑Jan.93.
119. Gadgil, M. 1993

Biodiversity and India's degraded lands



Ambio, XXII (2‑3), 163‑172.
120. Gadgil, M., Berkes, F. and Folke, C. 1993

Indigenous knowledge for biodiversity conservation



Ambio, XXII (2‑3), 151‑156.

also published as Beijer reprint Series No. 15, Beijer International Institute of Ecological Economics, 1993. The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. Box 50005, S‑104 05 Stockholm, Sweden.


121. Subash Chandran, M.D. and Gadgil, M. 1993

State Forestry and the Decline in Food Resources in the Tropical Forests of Uttara Kannada, Southern India

In : Tropical forests, people and food : Biocultural interactions and applications to development ‑ Vol. 15, in Man and the Biosphere series ‑ Edited by : C.M. Hladik, A. Hladik, O.F. Linares, H. Pagezy, A. Semple and M. Hadley (Paris : UNESCO/Parthenon Publishing Group, pp. 733‑744.
122. Gadgil, M. 1993

Why we must empower people to conserve biodiversity



Environment Update, No. 1, 13‑17.
123. Gadgil, M. 1993

Of Life and Artifacts

In S. Kellert and E.O. Wilson (ed.) The Biophilia Hypothesis pp. 365‑377, Island Press, Washington D.C.
124. Daniels, R.J.R., Subash Chandran, M.D. and Gadgil, M. 1993

A strategy for conserving the biodiversity of Uttara Kannada : A district in south India

Environmental Conservation, 20(2), 131‑138.
125. Gadgil, M. 1993

Tropical Forestry and Conservation of Biodiversity

Norway /UNEP Experts Conference on Biodiveristy Trondheim, Norway, 24 May 1993.
126. Gadgil, M. 1993

Significance of Biodiversity for ecosystems and human existence.

Norway /UNEP Experts Conference on Biodiveristy Trondheim, Keynote Session 24 May 1993.
127. Gadgil, M. and Shambu Prasad, U.V. 1993

Peopling of India



Symposia Papers 6, Indian History Congress, 54th Session thematic symposium "Man and Environment in Indian History".
128. Subash Chandran, M.D. and Gadgil, M. 1993

Resource use systems and maintenance of biodiversity in pre‑ and post‑colonial India

Int. J. Sustainable Development, 1 (4), 41‑50.
129. Gadgil, M. and Guha, R. 1994

Ecological Conflicts and the Environmental Movement in India.



Development and Change Vol. 25 (1) pp. 101‑ 136.
130. Gadgil, M. 1994

Inventorying, monitoring and conserving India's biological diversity



Current Science, 66(6), 401‑406, 25 March.

131. Bhat, D.M. and Gadgil, M. 1993

"Soppina bettas" ‑ Forests in support of Horticulture

Proceedings at IUFRO Forest History Group meeting on Peasant Forestry, Freiburg, Germany. Nr. 40, pp. 37 ‑ 43.


132. Subash Chandran, M.D. and Gadgil, M. 1993

Kans ‑ safety forests of Uttara Kannada.

Proceedings at IUFRO Forest History Group meeting on Peasant

Forestry, Freiburg, Germany. Nr. 40, pp. 49 ‑57.

133. Gadgil, M. 1993

"Folk traditions in the management of biological resources" Proceedings of the Congress

on Traditional Sciences and Technologies of India, Institute of Technology, Bombay,

28 Nov ‑ 3 Dec.

133(a) Bhattacharyya, S. and Gadgil, M. 1993

The habitat diversity and patterns in the use of local natural resource bases by the rural populations of north‑west Karnataka

J.Indian Anthrop.Soc., 28, 189‑212.


134. Gadgil, M. and Rao, P.R.S. 1994

A system of positive incentives to conserve biodiversity



Economic and Political Weekly, Aug. 6, pp. 2103‑2107.
135. Gadgil, M. 1994

Western Ghats : managing the forest cover

In Beyond Shifting Sands : The Environment in India and Pakistan, IUCN‑ The World Conservation Union, Pakistan. pp.23‑29.
136. Gadgil, M. 1995

Watching birds : A historical perspective

In : Verghese, A., Sridhar, S. and Chakravarthy, A.K. (eds) Bird Diversity & Conservation. Thrusts for the Nineties and Beyond, pp. 10‑18, Ornithological Society

of India.


137. Mountain, J.L., Hebert, J.M., Bhattacharyya, S., Underhill, P.A.,Ottolenghi, C.,

Gadgil, M. and Cavalli‑Sforza, L.L. 1995

Demographic history of India and mtDNA‑sequence diversity

Am. J. Hum. Genet., 56, 979‑992

138. Berkes, F., Folke,C., Gadgil,M. 1995.

Traditional ecological knowledge, biodiversity, resilience and sustainability

In C.A.Perrings, K.‑G.Maler, C.Folke, C.S.Holling, and

B.‑O.Jansson (eds.) Biodiversity Conservation : Problems and Policies, Kluwer Academic Publishers Group.
139. Gadgil, M. 1995

Prudence and profligacy : A human ecological perspective

In T.M. Swanson ed. The Economics and Ecology of Biodiversity Decline, pp. 99‑110. Cambridge University Press.
140. Prabhakar, R. and Gadgil, M. 1994

Maps as markers of ecological change. A case study of the Nilgiri hills of southern India. Chapter V. pp. 152‑184.



In David Arnold and Ramachandra Guha ed. Nature, Culture, Imperialism : Essays in

the Environmental History of South India Oxford University Press, New Delhi.


141. Gadgil, M. 1995

Role of tribal and rural families in conservation of PGR

In M.S. Swaminathan (ed.) Farmers' Rights and Plant Genetic Resources. Recognition

& Reward: A Dialogue. pp.96‑102. Macmillan India Limited, Madras.
142. Gadgil, M. 1995

Traditional conservation practices

In William A. Nierenberg (ed.) Encyclopedia of Environmental Biology, Volume 3,

pp. 423‑425, Academic Press.


143. Gadgil, M. 1995

Reckoning with life

The Administrator, Special issue on economic reforms, Vol. XL (1), 93‑101, January‑March.

144. Gadgil, M. and Devasia, P. 1995

Intellectual property rights and biological resources : specifying geographical origins and prior knowledge of uses

Current Science, 69(8), 637-639
145. Rao, P.R.S. and Gadgil, M. 1995

People's bill on nature, health and education



Economic and Political Weekly, pp. 2501‑2512, October 7.

146. Gadgil, M. and Rao, P.R.S. 1995

Designing incentives to conserve India's biodiversity

In : Susan Hanna and Mohan Munasinghe (eds) Property Rights in a Social and Ecological Context. The Beijer International Institute of Ecological Economics and

The World Bank, pp. 53‑62. Washington D.C. pp. 206
147. Daniels, R.J.R., Gadgil, M. and Joshi, N.V. 1995

Impact of human extraction on tropical humid forests in the Western Ghats in Uttara Kannada, South India

Journal of Applied Ecology, 32, 866‑874.
148. Bhat, D.M., Ravindranath, N.H. and Gadgil, M. 1995

Effect of lopping intensity in tree growth and stand productivity and stand productivity in tropical forests

Journal of Tropical Forest Science, 8(1), 15‑23.
149. McNeely, J.A., Gadgil, M., Leveque, C., Padoch, C., and Redford, K. 1995

Human influences on biodiversity

In : V.H. Heywood ed. Global Biodiversity Assessment, pp. 711‑822, United Nations Environment Programme, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. pp. 1140.


150. Barbier, E.B., Brown, G., Dalmazzone, S., Folke, C., Gadgil, M., Hanley, N., Holling, C.S., Lesser, W.H., Maler, K‑G, Masaon, P., Panayotou, T., Perrings, C., Turner, R.K. and Wells, M. 1995

The Economic Value of Biodiversity

In : V.H. Heywood ed. Global Biodiversity Assessment, United Nations Environment Programme, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. pp. 1140.
150 (a) Gadgil, M. 1995

Patenting life



Artha Vijnana, Journal of the Gokhale of Politics and Economics, XXXVII (4), 307‑321.
151. Gadgil, M 1996

Documenting diversity : An experiment



Current Science, 70(1), 36‑44, 10 January.
152. Gadgil, M. 1996

Genes, Memes and Artefacts

In : F. di Castri and T. Younes (eds.) Biodiversity, Science and Development.

Towards a New Partnership, pp. 80‑90.

CAB International, UK and International Union of Biological Sciences, Paris. 646 pp.
153. Ravindranath, N.H., Gadgil, M. and Campbell, J. 1996

Ecological stabilization and community needs : managing India's forest by objective

In : M. Poffenberger and B. McGean (ed.) Village Voices, Forest Choices :

Joint Forest Management in India, pp. 287‑323.

Oxford University Press, Delhi.
154. Shri Niwas Singh and Gadgil, M. 1996

Ecology of Amorphophallus species in Uttara Kannada district of the Karnataka State,

India : Implications for conservation

Aroideana, 18, 5‑20

155. Gadgil, M. 1996

Managing biodiversity

In K.J. Gaston (ed.) Biodiversity : A Biology of Numbers and Difference,

pp.345‑365, Blackwell Science Ltd., Oxford.
156. Negi, H.R. and Gadgil, M. 1996

Genus level diversity in lichens of Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve, India

In : P.K. Jha, G.P.S. Ghimire, S.B. Karmacharya, S.R. Baral and P. Lacoul (eds.) and Biodiversity : In the context of South Asia, pp. 192‑202, Ecological Society, Kathmandu.
157. Gadgil, M. 1996

Western Ghats : A Lifescape

Journal of Indian Institute of Science, 76, 495‑504
158. Boyce, M.S., Gadgil, M. and Nanjundiah, V. 1996.


Nonlinear forecasting of spatially structured populations

In "Ecologists/Biologists as problem solvers" ‑ 1996 Annual combined meeting Program

and Abstracts : Part 2 ‑ Abstracts. Supplement to the Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America, 77 (3), 48, July.
159. Joshi, N.V., Gadgil, M. and Patil, S. 1996

Correlates of the desired family size among Indian communities

Proc.Natl.Acad.Sci.USA, 93, 6387‑6392.
160. Gadgil, M. 1996

Deploying student power to monitor India's lifescape



Current Science, 71(9), 688‑697, 10 November
160a. Gadgil, M. 1996

Salim Ali (12 November 1896‑20 June 1987)



Current Science, 71(9), 685‑686, 10 November

161. Negi, H.S. and Gadgil, M. 1996

Patterns of distribution of macrolichens in Western parts of Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve

Current Science, 71(7), 568‑575
162. Gadgil, M. 1996

In the dominion of artefacts

Environment and Development Economics, 1(3), 356‑359.
163. Bawa, K.S. and Gadgil, M. 1997

Ecosystem services in subsistence economies and conservation of biodiversity.

In G.C. Daily (ed.) Nature's Services. Societal dependence on natural ecosystems.

pp. 295‑310.


164. Ravindranath, N.H., Somashekhar, B.S. and Gadgil, M. 1997

Carbon flow in Indian forests



Climatic Change, 35, 297‑320
165. Singh, S.N. and Gadgil, M. 1996

Some suggestions for in situ conservation of wild rices

International Rice Research Notes, 21(2‑3), 6‑7.
166. Nagendra, H. and Gadgil, M. 1997

Remote sensing as a tool for estimating biodiversity

Journal of Spacecraft Technology, 7(2), 1‑9.

167. Negi, H.S. and Gadgil, M. 1997

Conserving livestock genetic resources : A case study of Kinnaur in Himachal Pradesh

In : K.C. Mahanta (ed.) People of the Himalayas. Ecology, Culture, Development and Change,

pp. 317‑324. Kamla‑Raj Enterprises, Delhi.
168. Pramod, P., Joshi, N.V., Utkarsh, G. and Gadgil, M. 1997

On the hospitality of Western Ghats habitats for bird communities

Current Science, 73(2), 122‑127.
169. Pramod, P., Daniels, R.J.R., Joshi, N.V. and Gadgil, M. 1997

Evaluating bird communities of Western Ghats to plan for a biodiversity friendly development



Current Science, 73(2), 156‑162.
170. Gadgil, M. 1997

A framework for managing India's biodiversity resources in the context of CBD and GATT

RIS Biotechnology and Development Review, I (1), 1‑14, October.
171. Gadgil, M., Hemam, N.S., and Reddy, B.M. 1997

People, refugia and resilience, pp. 30-47

In : C. Folke and F. Berkes (ed.) Linking Social and Ecological System,

Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.


172. Negi, H.S. and Gadgil, M. 1997

Species diversity and community ecology of mosses: A case study from Garhwal Himalaya

International Journal of Ecology and Environmental Sciences, 23: 445-462.
173. Gadgil, M., Shambu Prasad, U.V., Manoharan, S, Patil, S. and Joshi, N.V. 1997

Peopling of India D. Balasubramanian and N. Appaji Rao (eds.) The Indian Human Heritage, pp.100‑129. Universities Press, Hyderabad.


174. Hegde, V., Chandran, M.D.S. and Gadgil, M. 1998.

Variation in bark thickness in a tropical forest community of Western Ghats in India.



Functional Ecology, 12, 313-318.
175. Nagendra, H. and Gadgil, M. 1998

Linking regional and landscape scales for assessing biodiversity:

A case study from Western Ghats

Current Science, 75 (3), 264-271

176. Chandran, M.D.S., Gadgil, M. and Hughes, J.D. 1998

Sacred groves of the Western Ghats of India

In : P.S. Ramakrishnan, K.G. Saxena and U.M. Chandrashekara (eds.) Conserving the Sacred For Biodiversity Management, pp. 211-231. Oxford and

IBH Publishing Co Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, pp.480.


177. Gokhale, Y., Velankar, R., Chandran, M.D.S. and Gadgil, M. 1998

Sacred woods, grasslands and watervodies as self-organized systems of conservation.

In : P.S. Ramakrishnan, K.G. Saxena and U.M. Chandrashekara (eds.)

Conserving the Sacred For Biodiversity Management, pp. 366-396.

Oxford and IBH Publishing Co Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, pp.480.
178. Gadgil, M. 1998

Grassroots conservation practices: revitalizing the traditions

In A.Kothari, N. Pathak, R.V. Anuradha and B. Taneja (eds.) Communities and Conservation: Natural resource management in South and Central Asia, pp. 219-238, Sage Publications, New Delhi.
179. Utkarsh, G., Joshi, N.V. and Gadgil, M. 1998

On the patterns of tree diversity in the Western Ghats of India



Current Science, 75(6), 594-603
180. Berkes, F., Kislalioglu, M., Folke, C. and Gadgil, M. 1998

Exploring the basic ecological unit: Ecosystem-like concepts in traditional societies

Ecosystems, 1, 409-415.
180 (a) Gadgil, M. 1998

Traditional Resource management systems

In : Life Style and Ecology (ed.) Baidyanath Saraswathi, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the

Arts, New Delhi. Pp. 5-26


181. Nagendra, H. and Gadgil, M. 1999

Biodiversity assessment at multiple scales: Linking remotely sensed data with field information

Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences, USA, 96, 9154-9158.
182. Nagendra, H. and Gadgil, M. 1999

Ecological analysis and modelling : issues and challenges



International Archives of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Volume XXXII, Part 7-W9, Environmental modelling using remote sensing and GIS for sustainable development, ISPRS Working Group VII/2 on Application of Remote Sensing and GIS for Sustainable Development, pp. 8-14.
183. Nagendra, H. and Gadgil, M. 1999

Satellite imagery as a tol for mnitoring species diversity : an assessment

Journal of Applied Ecology, 36, 388-397.
184. Ayensu, E., Claasen, D.R., Collins, M., Dearing, A., Fresco, L., Gadgil, M., Gitay, H., Glaser, G., Juma, C., Krebs, J., Lenton, R., Lubchenco, J., McNeely, J.A., Mooney, H.A., Pinstrup-Anderson, P., Ramos, M., Raven, P., Reid, W.V., Samper, C., Sarukhan, J., Schei, P., Tundisi, J.G., Watson, R.T., Xu, G., Zakri, A.H. 1999.

International Ecosystem Assessment, Science, 286, 685-686.


185. Gadgil, M. and Ghate, U. 1999

Intellectual property rights and agricultural technology: linking the micro- and the macro- scales



Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, 54(3), 327-341. Conference Number, July-September

Also published in Raj Kapila and Uma Kapila eds. Economic Developments in India. Pp. 41-64. Academic Foundation, New Delhi. Pp.320.


186. Ghate, U. and Gadgil, M. 1999

Intellectual property rights on biological resources : benefiting from biodiversity and people's knowledge



Current Science, 77(11), 1418-1425
187. Gadgil, M. 1999

Promoting adaptive participatory management

In : P.J. Schei, O.T. Sandlund and R. Strand eds. Proceedings of the Norway/UN Conference on the Ecosystem Approach for Sustainable Use of Biological Diversity. September 1999, Trondheim.
188. Gadgil, M. 2000

Recognizing and rewarding common pool knowledge resources

In : Dinesh Kumar Marothia ed. Institutionalizing Common Pool Resources,

pp. 439-451.

Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi.
189. Vyasulu, V. and Gadgil, M. 2000

Subsidies, controls and the use of natural capital in India

In : S.N. Chary and V.Vyasulu (eds.) Environmental Management : An Indian Perspective.pp. 221-233. Macmilan India Limited, Delhi. pp. 358
190. Gadgil, M. 2000

Poverty and Biodiversity

Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, Vol. 4, 7263-7287

Academic Press


191. Gadgil, M. 2000

Defining biodiversity resources



Current Science, 79 (3), 101-103
192. Gadgil, M. 2000

Comments on “Genetically modified crops : risks and promise” by Gordon Conway



Conservation Ecology, 4(1) : 9. [online]
193. Gadgil, M. 2000

Forging an alliance between formal and folk ecological knowledge

In : World Conference on Science. Science for the Twenty first Century – A New Commitment.

UNESCO, 94-97.


194. Gadgil, M., Rao, P.R.S., Utkarsh, G., Chhatre, A. and members of the People’s Biodiversity Initiative, 2000

New meanings for old knowledge : the people’s biodiversity registers programme



Ecological Applications. 10 (5) : 1307-1317. 2000
195. Mock, G. and Vanasselt, W. (Eds.), Contributing writers : Nayak, P. (Vasundhara, India), Neera, M. (Vasundhara, India), Mock, G. (WRI), Bhattacharyya, S. (Vivekananda College, India), Gadgil, M. (Centre for Ecological Sciences, Indian Institute of Science, India) and Mishra, T. (Raja Narendralal Khan Women’s College, India). Reviewers : Gadgil, M. and Ganguly, A. (Centre for Ecological Sciences, Indian Institute of Science, India). Additional contributions : Chandran, M.D.S. (Dr. A.V. Baliga College of Arts and Science, India), Chatterjee, K. (Development Alternatives, India), Negi, N. (Seva Mandir, India), Shekar, U. (Centre for Science and Environment, India) and Vardhan, M. (Seva Mandir, India), Maps : Thompson, K (WRI).
Up from the roots : regenerating Dhani forest through community action. In : World Resources 2000-2001 : People and Ecosystems. The Fraying Web of Life. World Resources Institute, Washington D.C. pp. 181-192.
196. Gadgil. M. Utkarsh, G., Chhatre, A., Ganguly, A., Rao, P.R.S., Gokhale, Y. and Pramod, P. 2000

People’s Biodiversity Register. The Indian Experience.

Worldwide Fund for Nature – India. Pp. 51
197. Pramod, P. and Gadgil, M. 2000

What to conserve? An objective and participatory method

In : Singh, S., Sastry, A.R.K., Mehta, R. and Uppal, V. (eds.) Setting Biodiversity Conservation Priorities for India. Volume II. Pp. 426-444. World Wide Fund for Nature-India, New Delhi.
198. Gadgil, M. and RANWA 2000.

Biosphere reserves of India

In : Singh, S., Sastry, A.R.K., Mehta, R. and Uppal, V. (eds.) Setting Biodiversity Conservation Priorities for India. Volume II. Pp. 680-690. World Wide Fund for Nature-India, New Delhi.
199. Gadgil, M. and Gokhale, Y. 2000

Sacred elements of nature in India

In : Singh, S., Sastry, A.R.K., Mehta, R. and Uppal, V. (eds.) Setting Biodiversity Conservation Priorities for India. Volume II. Pp. 691-.707 World Wide Fund for Nature-India, New Delhi.
200. Gadgil, M. 2001

Transforming science. In : A Scientist and Revolutionary Crusader J.D. Bernal. Bharat Gyan Vigyan Samithi, Bangalore, pp. 72-108.


201. Gadgil, M. 2001.

People’s biodiversity registers : lessons learnt

In : A. Begossi and L. Hens (ed) Environment, Development and Sustainability. A Multidisciplinary Approach to the Theory and Practice of Sustainable Development – Special Issue – Local Knowledge in the Tropics: Relevance to Conservation and Management. pp. 323-332

Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands.


202. Negi, H.S. and Gadgil, M. 2002

Cross-taxon surrogacy of biodiversity in the Indian Garhwal Himalaya

Biological Conservation, 105, 143-155.

203. Perrings, C. and Gadgil, M. 2002 Pour une protection efficace et equitable de la biodiversite

Les seminaries, iDDRi, pp. 45

204. Gadgil, M., Olsson, P., Berkes, F., and Folke C. 2003 Exploring the role of local ecological knowledge in ecosystem management: three case studies. In : Fikret Berkes, Johan Colding and Carl Folke (ed) Navigating Social-Ecological Systems. Building Resilience for Complexity and Change. pp.189-209 Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K.


205. Perrings, C. and Gadgil, M. 2003 Reconciling Local and Global Public Benefits. In : Inge Kaul, Pedro Conceicao, Katell Le Goulven and Ronald U Mendoza (ed) Providing Global Public Goods. Managing Globalization pp. 532-555 United Nations Development Programme. Oxford University Press, New York.
206. Gadgil, M. 2003 India’s biological diversity Act 2002 : An act for the new millennium – Commentary. Journal of Biosciences, 28(2), 145-147.
207. Nayaka, S., Upreti, D.K., Gadgil, M. and Pandey, V. 2003. Distribution pattern and heavy metal accumulation in lichens of Bangalore city with special reference to Lalbagh garden. Current Science, 84 (5), 674-680.
208. Gadgil, M. 2003. Ecology: modern science and traditional wisdom. In: Michael Tobias, Teun Timmers and Gill Wright (ed.) A Parliament of Science. Science for the 21st Century. Pp. 42-50. State University of New York Press.
209. Ganguly, A., Gokhale, Y and Gadgil, M. 2003. Developing response indicators for the Indian biosphere reserve programme. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 100 (2&3), 214-225, August-December, 2003
210. Subramanian, K.A., Gore, A., Paranjpe, S.a., Madikunt, S., Pramod, P. and Gadgil, M. 2004

On causes of endangerment of bird species of India.

Perspectives on Biosystematics and Biodiversity. T.C.N. Com. Vol. March 2004, 11-40
211. Gadgil, M. 2004. GEF and The Scientific, Engineering and Technological Community – Engineering Global Ecosystems Sustainability. In : G.P. Lal (Ed.) Engineering and the Environment. WFEO/FMOI, The World Federation of Engineering Organizations, Committee on Engineering and Environment, pp. 39-41.
212. Gadgil, M. and Guha, R. 2003. Cultures in Conflict (1993) in Michael Gottlob (ed.) Hitorical Thinking in South Asia. A Handbook of Sources from Colonial Times to the Present. Pp. 283-284. Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
213. Xu, C., Boyce, M.S., Gadgil, M., Nanjundiah, V. 2005

Forecasting spatially structured populations: the role of dispersal and scale

Journal of Theoretical Biology, 233, 177-189.

214. Negi, H.S. and Gadgil, M. 2002

Cross-taxon surrogacy of biodiversity in the Indian Garhwal Himalaya

Biological Conservation, 105, 143-155.

215. Perrings, C. and Gadgil, M. 2002 Pour une protection efficace et equitable de la biodiversite

Les seminaries, iDDRi, pp. 45

216. Gadgil, M., Olsson, P., Berkes, F., and Folke C. 2003 Exploring the role of local ecological knowledge in ecosystem management: three case studies. In : Fikret Berkes, Johan Colding and Carl Folke (ed) Navigating Social-Ecological Systems. Building Resilience for Complexity and Change. pp.189-209 Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, U.K.
217. Perrings, C. and Gadgil, M. 2003 Reconciling Local and Global Public Benefits. In : Inge Kaul, Pedro Conceicao, Katell Le Goulven and Ronald U Mendoza (ed) Providing Global Public Goods. Managing Globalization pp. 532-555 United Nations Development Programme. Oxford University Press, New York.
218. Gadgil, M. 2003 India’s biological diversity Act 2002 : An act for the new millennium – Commentary. Journal of Biosciences, 28(2), 145-147.
219. Nayaka, S., Upreti, D.K., Gadgil, M. and Pandey, V. 2003. Distribution pattern and heavy metal accumulation in lichens of Bangalore city with special reference to Lalbagh garden. Current Science, 84 (5), 674-680.
220. Gadgil, M. 2003. Ecology: modern science and traditional wisdom. In: Michael Tobias, Teun Timmers and Gill Wright (ed.) A Parliament of Science. Science for the 21st Century. Pp. 42-50. State University of New York Press.
221. Ganguly, A., Gokhale, Y and Gadgil, M. 2003. Developing response indicators for the Indian biosphere reserve programme. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 100 (2&3), 214-225, August-December, 2003
222. Subramanian, K.A., Gore, A., Paranjpe, S.a., Madikunt, S., Pramod, P. and Gadgil, M. 2004

On causes of endangerment of bird species of India.

Perspectives on Biosystematics and Biodiversity. T.C.N. Com. Vol. March 2004, 11-40
223. Gadgil, M. 2004. GEF and The Scientific, Engineering and Technological Community – Engineering Global Ecosystems Sustainability. In : G.P. Lal (Ed.) Engineering and the Environment. WFEO/FMOI, The World Federation of Engineering Organizations, Committee on Engineering and Environment, pp. 39-41.
224. Gadgil, M. and Guha, R. 2003. Cultures in Conflict (1993) in Michael Gottlob (ed.) Historical Thinking in South Asia. A Handbook of Sources from Colonial Times to the Present. Pp. 283-284. Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
225. Xu, C., Boyce, M.S., Gadgil, M., Nanjundiah, V. 2005

Forecasting spatially structured populations: the role of dispersal and scale

Journal of Theoretical Biology, 233, 177-189.
226. Gadgil, M. 2005.

Practical Ecological Knowledge and Conservation Practices

In Jean-Patrick Le Duc (ed.) Proceedings of the International Conference – Biodiversity Science and Governance, January 24-28, 2005. pp. 148-153. Museum national d’Histoire naturelle, Paris.
227. Venkatesan, J., Daniels, R.J.R. and Gadgil, M. 2005

Women and Environment. In : Bharati Ray (ed.) Women of India: Colonial and Post-Colonial Periods. Pp 236-255, Sage Publications, New Delhi. Pp. 622


228. Gadgil, M. 2006.

Science and the Right to Information

Economic and Political Weekly, Vol XLI, No. 19, pp. 1895-1902, May 13
229. Gokhale, Yogesh, Gadgil, Madhav, Gupta, A., Sinha, R., Achar, K.P. 2006. Managing people’s knowledge: an Indian case study of building bridges from local to global and from oral to scientific knowledge. In W.V.Reid , F. Berkes, T. Wilbanks and D. Capistrano (ed) Bridging Scales and Knowledge Systems: Concepts and Applications in Ecosystem Assessment. Island Press, Washington. 241-254.
230. Gadgil, M. 2007. Empowering gramsabhas to manage biodiversity: the science agenda. Economic and Political Weekly, June 2, 2007: 2067-2071 




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