Ram Devi Tachamo Shah, PhD
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Key to the larval stages of common Odonata of Hindu Kush Himalaya, with short notes on habitats and ecology
H Nesemann, RDT Shah, DN Shah
Journal of threatened Taxa, 2045-2060, 2011
Metacommunity structuring in Himalayan streams over large elevational gradients: The role of dispersal routes and niche characteristics
JD Tonkin, RD Tachamo Shah, DN Shah, F Hoppeler, SC Jähnig, ...
Journal of biogeography 44 (1), 62-74, 2017
The climate sensitive zone along an altitudinal gradient in central Himalayan rivers: a useful concept to monitor climate change impacts in mountain regions
RDT Shah, S Sharma, P Haase, SC Jähnig, SU Pauls
Climatic Change 132 (2), 265-278, 2015
Development of a macroinvertebrate-based Nepal Lake Biotic Index (NLBI): an applied method for assessing the ecological quality of lakes and reservoirs in Nepal
RDT Shah, DN Shah, H Nesemann
International Journal of Hydrology Science and Technology 1 (1-2), 125-146, 2011
Range shifts of a relict Himalayan dragonfly in the Hindu Kush Himalayan region under climate change scenarios
RDT Shah, D Narayan Shah, S Domisch
International Journal of Odonatology 15 (3), 209-222, 2012
Evaluation of benthic macroinvertebrate assemblage for disturbance zonation in urban rivers using multivariate analysis: Implications for river management
RDT Shah, DN Shah
Journal of earth system science 122 (4), 1125-1139, 2013
Quantifying the connections—linkages between land-use and water in the Kathmandu Valley, Nepal
JC Davids, MM Rutten, RDT Shah, DN Shah, N Devkota, P Izeboud, ...
Environmental monitoring and assessment 190 (5), 1-17, 2018
Performance of different biotic indices assessing the ecological status of rivers in the Central Himalaya
RDT Shah, DN Shah
Ecological indicators 23, 447-452, 2012
Aquatic invertebrates of the Ganga river system: Volume 1: Mollusca, Annelida, Crustacea (in part)
RDT H Nesemann, S Sharma, G Sharma, SN Khanal, B Pradhan, DN Shah
Hasko Nesemann, 2007
Biodiversity of Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve: a post flood assessment
TB Khatri, DN Shah, RDT Shah, N Mishra
Journal of Wetlands Ecology 4, 69-82, 2010
Phylogeographic analysis elucidates the influence of the ice ages on the disjunct distribution of relict dragonflies in Asia
S Büsse, P von Grumbkow, S Hummel, DN Shah, RD Tachamo Shah, J Li, ...
Plos One 7 (5), e38132, 2012
Elevational shifts of freshwater communities cannot catch up climate warming in the Himalaya
F Li, DN Shah, SU Pauls, X Qu, Q Cai, RD Tachamo Shah
Water 8 (8), 327, 2016
Environmental and spatial characterisation of an unknown fauna using DNA sequencing–an example with Himalayan Hydropsychidae (Insecta: Trichoptera)
F Hoppeler, RD Tachamo Shah, DN Shah, SC Jähnig, JD Tonkin, ...
Freshwater Biology 61 (11), 1905-1920, 2016
Water diversion induced changes in aquatic biodiversity in monsoon-dominated rivers of Western Himalayas in Nepal: Implications for environmental flows
RDT Shah, S Sharma, L Bharati
Ecological Indicators 108, 105735, 2020
Morphological characters of Epiophlebia laidlawi tillyard larvae, with notes on the habitat and distribution of the species in Nepal
HF Nesemann, DN Shah, RD Tachamo Shah, S Sharma
Odonatologica 40 (3), 191-202, 2011
Diversity and Community Assemblage of Littoral Zone Benthic Macroinvertebrates in Jagadishpur Reservoir
DN Shah, RDT Shah, BK Pradhan
Nepal Journal of Science and Technology 12, 211-219, 2011
Aquatic Invertebrates of the Ganga River System (Mollusca, Annelida, Crustacea [in part]), vol. 1
H Nesemann, S Sharma, G Sharma, SN Khanal, B Pradhan, DN Shah, ...
Kathmandu.[12], 2007
A Global Agenda for Advancing Freshwater Biodiversity Research
Ecology Letter, 2021
Connecting flow and ecology in Nepal: current state of knowledge for the Koshi Basin
TM Doody, SM Cuddy, LD Bhatta
Sustainable Development Investment Portfolio (SDIP) project. CSIRO …, 2016
Aquatic Invertebrates of the Ganga River System: Mollusca, Annelida, Crustacea
H Nesemann, S Sharma, G Sharma, SN Khanal, B Pradhan, DN Shah, ...
H. Nesemann, Kathmandu, Nepal, 2007
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