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Many of the publications are from our member’s scholarly work in scientific journals and high profile magazines. Some papers you can access directly as portable document format (PDF) by simply clicking the citation of the paper. If you are specifically looking for paper that you cannot get hold of from our list of citations then all you need to is know how to ask.

Ashraf, M. 2016. It’s all in the geese! Unpublished Essay

Ashraf, M. 2015. Wildlife Ecology: Animal Population Sampling & Estimation: Brief Introduction. Unpublished Essay

Ashraf, M. 2014. World Wetland Day : Wetland ecosystems, its benefits and science based conservation management practice. Unpublished article.

Ashraf, M., Habjoka, N. 2013. Tropical Mangroves; Biologically Most Diverse ‘The Global 200’ Ecosystem: Megachiroptera as Key Ecological and Conservation Tool, E-Newsletter (Issue 315) of Mangrove Action Project (MAP), May 2013

Ashraf, M. 2012. Conservation prioritization for the wild tigers in the Bangladesh Sundarbans. Tigerpaper: United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization’s (UN-FAO) Regional Asia Pacific (RAP) Journal. Vol. 39:2.

Ashraf, M. 2012. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for conserving wild tigers in Bangladesh. Conservation Review, Vol. 3:1

Ashraf, M. 2010. The eco-political perspective: Tiger conservation in Bangladesh as case study. Tigerpaper: United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization’s (UN-FAO) Regional Asia Pacific (RAP) Journal. Vol. 37:4.

Ashraf, M. 2007. Biogeographical distribution and natural groupings among five sympatric wild cats in tropical South Asia, Biodiversity: Journal of Life on Earth/ Tropical Conservancy, Vol. 8:4, Pages 15-20

Ashraf, M. 2006. Island biogeography: The forest birds of Andaman Island as case study. Tigerpaper: United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization’s (UN-FAO) Regional Asia Pacific (RAP) Journal. Vol. 33:1.

Ashraf, M. 2006. The extirpation of Bali and Javan tiger: lessons from the past. Tigerpaper: United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization’s (UN-FAO) Regional Asia Pacific (RAP) Journal. Vol. 33:3.

Ashraf, M. 2005. Biogeographic distribution of pythons. Tigerpaper: United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization’s (UN-FAO) Regional Asia Pacific (RAP) Journal. Vol. 32:2

Ashraf, M. 2005. Sundarbans mangrove ecosystem and its keystone species (Mini Article). Society for Conservation Biology Newsletter, Vol. 12: 3.

Ashraf, M. 2005. Sundarbans mangrove ecosystem and its keystone species (Full Article & Unpublished)

Ashraf, M. 2005. Conserving the wild tiger: A need for ecological studies. British ecological society bulletin, Vol. 36:2.

Ashraf, M. 2004. Wild tiger ecology & conservation in the Indian subcontinent eco-region. Tigerpaper: United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization’s (UN-FAO) Regional Asia Pacific (RAP) Journal. Vol. 31:4.

Ashraf, M. 2004. Mangrove forest and wild tiger ecology: Conservation implications. In Practice Bulletin, Institute for Ecological and Environmental Management (IEEM), UK. No 45.

Ashraf, M. 2000. Country report: The mangrove forest of Bangladesh. Proceedings of the 1st regional workshop, Institute for Environment and Development Studies (IEDS), Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Ashraf, M. 2000. Protect world’s largest mangrove forest/Bangladesh, Global Response action number 5/00, USA

Ashraf, M. 2000. Let the 450 Bengal tigers survive. Link, quarterly magazine of Friends of the Earth International (FoEI), The Netherlands, Issue 95.

Ashraf, M. 2000. Quoted on article titled : Shell drilling deal threatens tiger reserve : British Sunday Times. August 20, 2000 (Copied from British Sunday Times Newspaper)

Ashraf, M. 2000. Quoted on article titled : Shell drilling deal threatens tiger reserve : British Sunday Times. August 20, 2000 (Republished with Environment News)

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