|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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
|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