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Sahas Barve
Sahas Barve
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
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IUCN greatly underestimates threat levels of endemic birds in the Western Ghats
V Ramesh, T Gopalakrishna, S Barve, DJ Melnick
Biological Conservation 210, 205-221, 2017
562017
Life-history characteristics influence physiological strategies to cope with hypoxia in Himalayan birds
S Barve, AA Dhondt, VB Mathur, ZA Cheviron
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1843), 20162201, 2016
342016
A preliminary study on translocation of “rescued” King Cobras (Ophiophagus hannah)
S Barve, D Bhaisare, A Giri, PG Shankar, R Whitaker, M Goode
Hamadryad 36 (6), 80-86, 2013
222013
Do avian blood parasites influence hypoxia physiology in a high elevation environment?
F Ishtiaq, S Barve
BMC Ecology 18 (15), 2018
202018
Bird diversity of the Amrutganga Valley, Kedarnath, Uttarakhand, India with an emphasis on the elevational distribution of species
S Dixit, V Joshi, S Barve
Check List 12 (2), 1874-1874, 2016
182016
Habitat saturation results in joint-nesting female coalitions in a social bird
S Barve, WD Koenig, J Haydock, EL Walters
American Naturalist, 2018
162018
Interspecific competition affects evolutionary links between cavity nesting, migration and clutch size in O ld W orld flycatchers (M uscicapdae)
S Barve, NA Mason
Ibis 157 (2), 299-311, 2015
152015
Elevation and body size drive convergent variation in thermo-insulative feather structure of Himalayan birds
S Barve, V Ramesh, TM Dotterer, CJ Dove
Ecography, 2021
142021
Elevational replacement of two Himalayan titmice: interspecific competition or habitat preference?
S Barve, AA Dhondt
Journal of Avian Biology 48, 1189-1194, 2017
142017
Wandering woodpeckers: foray behavior in a social bird
S Barve, NDG Hagemeyer, RE Winter, SD Chamberlain, WD Koenig, ...
Ecology 101 (2), e02943, 2020
132020
Peculiar choice of nesting of Red-wattled Lapwing Vanellus indicus in an urban area in Mumbai, Maharashtra
A Muralidhar, S Barve
Indian Birds 8 (1), 6-9, 2013
122013
Tracking the warriors and spectators of acorn woodpecker wars
S Barve, AS Lahey, RM Brunner, WD Koenig, EL Walters
Current Biology 30 (17), PR982-PR983, 2020
102020
Does helping-at-the-nest help? The case of the acorn woodpecker
WD Koenig, EL Walters, S Barve
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 272, 2019
92019
Fruiting Season Length Restricts Global Distribution of Female-Only Parental Care in Frugivorous Passerine Birds
S Barve, F La Sorte
PLOS ONE 11 (5), 11(5): e0154871, 2016
82016
Constructing social networks from automated telemetry data: a worked example using within‐and across‐group associations in cooperatively breeding birds
D Shizuka, S Barve, AE Johnson, EL Walters
Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 2021
62021
Bird diversity of Sharavathy landscape, Karnataka
S Barve, R Warrier
Indian Birds 8 (3), 57-61, 2013
52013
When and how to study the nesting biology of Indian birds: Research needs, ethical considerations, and best practices
S Barve, TR Shankar Raman, A Datta, G Jathar
Indian Birds 16 (1), 1-9, 2020
42020
Sri Lankan Frogmouth Batrachostomus moniliger of Kogar: filling in the ‘gaps’
S Barve
Indian Birds 5 (6), 179, 2010
42010
Workflow for constructing social networks from automated telemetry systems
D Shizuka, S Barve, AE Johnson, E Walters
EcoEvoRxiv, 2020
32020
Lifetime reproductive benefits of cooperative polygamy vary for males and females in the acorn woodpecker (Melanerpes formicivorus)
S Barve, C Riehl, EL Walters, J Haydock, HL Dugdale, WD Koenig
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1957), 20210579, 2021
22021
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