Pariva Dobriyal

Pariva Dobriyal
Wildlife Institute of India | WII · Ecosystem Services and Human Well-being

PhD

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Introduction
Pariva Dobriyal currently working as Project Scientist with Wildlife Institute of India. Pariva does research on Ecosystem Services and Human Well-being, Environmental Economics, Community based conservation, Human Development Theory and Human Resources. Their current project is 'Biodiversity Conservation and Ganga Rejuvenation.'
Additional affiliations
November 2008 - present
Wildlife Institute of India
Position
  • An integrated approach to reduce the vulnerability of local communities to environmental degradation in Western Himalayas, India
Education
January 2011 - January 2013

Publications

Publications (14)
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The wellbeing of mountain communities is determined by the availability and accessibility of ecosystem goods and services. We assessed the relationship between forest quality and wellbeing of local communities of Nanda Devi Biosphere Reserve (NDBR) in the Upper Ganga River Basin, Western Himalayas, India. We used 14 relevant Sustainable Development...
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Escalation of human–wildlife conflict (HWC) is a barrier to the conservation of ecological corridors across the globe. The existing mechanisms to counter HWC are either economically and socially taxing, or ineffective for long-term management. We assessed HWC in the corridor linking the Rajaji and Corbett Tiger Reserves in Uttarakhand, India, and i...
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Tourism has the potential to advance biodiversity conservation through the creation of societal constituency by providing alternative livelihood to resource-dependent communities. Institutional arrangements play a crucial role in ensuring equitable benefit sharing of tourism gains among different stakeholders. We examined this role of institutional...
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The Terai Arc Landscape in the foothills of the Himalaya is a critical tiger conservation unit straddling India and Nepal. The Nandhaur Wildlife Sanctuary (NWS) located in the eastern part of this landscape, is an important corridor for the movement of large mammalian species. This landscape is under tremendous pressure due to increased human popul...
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Monitoring of streamflow may help to determine the optimum levels of its use for sustainable water management in the face of climate change. We reviewed available methods for monitoring streamflow on the basis of six criteria viz. their applicability across different terrains and size of the streams, operational ease, time effectiveness, accuracy,...
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We examined existing policy instruments of the Indian forest, wildlife, and environment sectors for the period 1927-2008 to (a) assess their strengths and weaknesses in addressing information, market and policy failures in ecosystem service provision in the Indian Himalayan region and (b) determine if they were informatory or regulatory in nature a...

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