Amarjeet KaurWildlife Institute of India | WII · department of endangered species management
Master of Science
Pursuing Ph.D. from the Wildlife Institute of India, Dehradun
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Citations since 2017
1 Research Item
Land use/land cover change dealing with the alteration of the land surface and its biotic cover is an important aspect of human-induced global environmental change. The purpose of this study is to monitor long-term changes in LU/LC in Odisha with special emphasis to the forest cover change. LU/LC maps prepared through visual interpretation, indicat...
To create baseline information on a common migratory avian aerial insectivore from India, which has been reported to be declining in other parts of the world. Challenges being faced by the species are changing land-use practices and climate change. My goal of the research is to find out the barn swallow distribution in India, understanding its breeding and wintering range. Also, understanding nesting ecology in its breeding range in Uttarakhand Himalaya and determine genetic variation between populations in the Himalayan range.