Parvathi K Prasad is a Research Affiliate at Conservation Initiatives and PhD student at Deakin University. She began her journey into this field through a human-animal interactions project in the Western Ghats with the Centre for Wildlife Studies, following which, she found her way to the dynamic ecosystems of Assam in Northeast India. After being introduced to Kaziranga and its megaherbivores, she chose to stay put and study its elephants for her PhD.
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1. Patterns of human–wildlife conflicts and compensation: Insights from Western Ghats protected areas
2. Towards a reliable assessment of Asian elephant population parameters: the application of photographic spatial capture–recapture sampling in a priority floodplain ecosystem
3. Conservation opportunities and challenges emerge from assessing nuanced stakeholder attitudes towards the Asian elephant in tea estates of Assam, Northeast India