Bharat Babu Shrestha
Bharat Babu Shrestha
Professor of Botany, Institute of Science and Technology, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu
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Projecting future expansion of invasive species: comparing and improving methodologies for species distribution modeling
KP Mainali, DL Warren, K Dhileepan, A McConnachie, L Strathie, ...
Global change biology 21 (12), 4464-4480, 2015
Facing north or south: Does slope aspect impact forest stand characteristics and soil properties in a semiarid trans-Himalayan valley?
IE Mĺren, S Karki, C Prajapati, RK Yadav, BB Shrestha
Journal of Arid Environments 121, 112-123, 2015
Allelopathic effects of aqueous extract of leaves of Parthenium hysterophorus L. on seed germination and seedling growth of some cultivated and wild herbaceous species
S Maharjan, BB Shrestha, PK Jha
Scientific World 5 (5), 33-39, 2007
Regeneration of treeline birch (Betula utilis D. Don) forest in a trans-Himalayan dry valley in central Nepal
BB Shrestha, B Ghimire, HD Lekhak, PK Jha
Mountain Research and Development 27 (3), 259-267, 2007
Understanding the dynamics in distribution of invasive alien plant species under predicted climate change in Western Himalaya
S Thapa, V Chitale, SJ Rijal, N Bisht, BB Shrestha
PloS one 13 (4), e0195752, 2018
Impact of Parthenium hysterophorus L. invasion on plant species composition and soil properties of grassland communities in Nepal
B Timsina, BB Shrestha, MB Rokaya, Z Münzbergová
Flora-Morphology, Distribution, Functional Ecology of Plants 206 (3), 233-240, 2011
Biodiversity conservation in community forests of Nepal: Rhetoric and reality
UB Shrestha, BB Shrestha, S Shrestha
International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation 2 (5), 98-104, 2010
Potential impact of climate change on the distribution of six invasive alien plants in Nepal
UB Shrestha, KP Sharma, A Devkota, M Siwakoti, BB Shrestha
Ecological Indicators 95, 99-107, 2018
Community perception and prioritization of invasive alien plants in Chitwan-Annapurna Landscape, Nepal
BB Shrestha, UB Shrestha, KP Sharma, RB Thapa-Parajuli, A Devkota, ...
Journal of environmental management 229, 38-47, 2019
Solid waste and water quality management models for Sagarmatha National Park and Buffer Zone, Nepal
EC Manfredi, B Flury, G Viviano, S Thakuri, SN Khanal, PK Jha, ...
Mountain Research and Development 30 (2), 127-142, 2010
Parthenium hysterophorus in Nepal: a review of its weed status and possibilities for management
BB Shrestha, A Shabbir, SW Adkins
Weed Research 55 (2), 132-144, 2015
COVID-19 highlights the need for more effective wildlife trade legislation
A Borzée, J McNeely, K Magellan, JRB Miller, L Porter, T Dutta, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution, 2020
Quercus semecarpifolia Sm. in the Himalayan region: Ecology, exploitation and threats
BB Shrestha
Himalayan Journal of Sciences 1 (2), 126-128, 2003
Invasive alien plant species in Nepal
BB Shrestha
Frontiers of Botany, 269-284, 2016
Climate change amplifies plant invasion hotspots in Nepal
UB Shrestha, BB Shrestha
Diversity and Distributions 25 (10), 1599-1612, 2019
Biology and management of the invasive weed Ageratina adenophora (Asteraceae): current state of knowledge and future research needs
AS Poudel, PK Jha, BB Shrestha, R Muniappan
Weed Research 59 (2), 79-92, 2019
New flavonoid glycosides from Aconitum naviculare (Brühl) Stapf, a medicinal herb from the trans-Himalayan region of Nepal
BB Shrestha, S Dall’Acqua, MB Gewali, PK Jha, G Innocenti
Carbohydrate research 341 (12), 2161-2165, 2006
Carbon Stock in Community Managed Hill Sal (Shorea robusta) Forests of Central Nepal
KB Thapa-Magar, BB Shrestha
Journal of Sustainable forestry 34 (5), 483-501, 2015
The Impact of Climate Change on Biodiversity in Nepal: Current Knowledge, Lacunae, and Opportunities
A Bhattacharjee, JD Anadón, DJ Lohman, T Doleck, T Lakhankar, ...
Climate 5 (4), 80, 2017
Fuelwood harvest, management and regeneration of two community forests in Central Nepal
BB Shrestha
Himalayan Journal of Sciences 3 (5), 75-80, 2005
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