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Sailesh Ranjitkar
Sailesh Ranjitkar
Independent researcher
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei n-gene.org
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Herbarium specimens show contrasting phenological responses to Himalayan climate
R Hart, J Salick, S Ranjitkar, J Xu
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (29), 10615-10619, 2014
1272014
Chilling and heat requirements for flowering in temperate fruit trees
L Guo, J Dai, S Ranjitkar, H Yu, J Xu, E Luedeling
International journal of biometeorology 58 (6), 1195-1206, 2014
982014
Pushing the limits: The pattern and dynamics of rubber monoculture expansion in Xishuangbanna, SW China
H Chen, ZF Yi, D Schmidt-Vogt, A Ahrends, P Beckschäfer, C Kleinn, ...
PloS one 11 (2), e0150062, 2016
972016
Response of chestnut phenology in China to climate variation and change
L Guo, J Dai, S Ranjitkar, J Xu, E Luedeling
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 180, 164-172, 2013
782013
Flowering phenology of tree rhododendron along an elevation gradient in two sites in the Eastern Himalayas
S Ranjitkar, E Luedeling, KK Shrestha, K Guan, J Xu
International journal of biometeorology 57 (2), 225–240, 2013
762013
Farmers' perceptions of and adaptations to changing climate in the Melamchi valley of Nepal
NM Sujakhu, S Ranjitkar, RR Niraula, BK Pokharel, D Schmidt-Vogt, J Xu
Mountain Research and Development 36 (1), 15-30, 2016
672016
Traditional knowledge and its transmission of wild edibles used by the Naxi in Baidi Village, northwest Yunnan province
Y Geng, Y Zhang, S Ranjitkar, H Huai, Y Wang
Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine 12 (1), 1-21, 2016
652016
Suitability analysis and projected climate change impact on banana and coffee production zones in Nepal
S Ranjitkar, NM Sujakhu, J Merz, R Kindt, J Xu, MA Matin, M Ali, RJ Zomer
PloS one 11 (9), e0163916, 2016
642016
Selection of native tree species for subtropical forest restoration in Southwest China
Y Lu, S Ranjitkar, RD Harrison, J Xu, X Ou, X Ma, J He
PloS one 12 (1), e0170418, 2017
632017
Climate modelling for agroforestry species selection in Yunnan Province, China
S Ranjitkar, NM Sujakhu, Y Lu, Q Wang, M Wang, J He, PE Mortimer, J Xu, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 75, 263-272, 2016
552016
Ensemble forecast of climate suitability for the Trans-Himalayan Nyctaginaceae species
S Ranjitkar, J Xu, KK Shrestha, R Kindt
Ecological Modelling 282, 18-24, 2014
552014
Determinants of livelihood vulnerability in farming communities in two sites in the Asian Highlands
NM Sujakhu, S Ranjitkar, RR Niraula, MA Salim, A Nizami, ...
Water International 43 (2), 165-182, 2018
512018
Assessing the livelihood vulnerability of rural indigenous households to climate changes in Central Nepal, Himalaya
NM Sujakhu, S Ranjitkar, J He, D Schmidt-Vogt, Y Su, J Xu
Sustainability 11 (10), 2977, 2019
502019
Separation of the bioclimatic spaces of Himalayan tree rhododendron species predicted by ensemble suitability models
S Ranjitkar, R Kindt, NM Sujakhu, R Hart, W Guo, X Yang, KK Shrestha, ...
Global Ecology and Conservation 1, 2-12, 2014
492014
Predicting the impact of climate change on the distribution of two threatened Himalayan medicinal plants of Liliaceae in Nepal
SK Rana, HK Rana, SK Ghimire, KK Shrestha, S Ranjitkar
Journal of Mountain Science 14 (3), 558–570, 2017
472017
Indications for Three Independent Domestication Events for the Tea Plant (Camellia sinensis (L.) O. Kuntze) and New Insights into the Origin of Tea Germplasm in China and India …
MK Meegahakumbura, MC Wambulwa, KK Thapa, MM Li, M Möller, ...
PLOS ONE 11 (5), e0155369(5), 2016
472016
Insights into the genetic relationships and breeding patterns of the African tea germplasm based on nSSR markers and cpDNA sequences
MC Wambulwa, MK Meegahakumbura, S Kamunya, A Muchugi, M Möller, ...
Frontiers in plant Science 7, 1244, 2016
422016
Response to climate change of montane herbaceous plants in the genus Rhodiola predicted by ecological niche modelling
J You, X Qin, S Ranjitkar, SC Lougheed, M Wang, W Zhou, D Ouyang, ...
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 1-12, 2018
382018
Regional trade of medicinal plants has facilitated the retention of traditional knowledge: case study in Gilgit-Baltistan Pakistan
MA Salim, S Ranjitkar, R Hart, T Khan, S Ali, C Kiran, A Parveen, Z Batool, ...
Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine 15 (1), 1-33, 2019
262019
Prioritizing fodder species based on traditional knowledge: a case study of mithun (Bos frontalis) in Dulongjiang area, Yunnan Province, Southwest China
Y Geng, G Hu, S Ranjitkar, Y Wang, D Bu, S Pei, X Ou, Y Lu, X Ma, J Xu
Journal of ethnobiology and ethnomedicine 13 (1), 1-15, 2017
242017
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