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Profile: Professor Shonil Bhagwat

Professor Shonil Bhagwat

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Shonil Bhagwat is an environmental geographer with broad research interests at the cross-section between natural and social sciences. At the most fundamental level, he is interested in understanding people's interaction with their natural environment. This broad intellectual project is undertaken, conceptually and empirically, by examining how humans can live in their natural environment with non-human species in a world that is highly human-dominated.

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Professor Shonil Bhagwat's research

Lydia E. S. Cole, Шонил А. (Shonil A.) Бхагават (Bhagwat) and Katherine J. Willis (2019-08) Fire in the Swamp Forest: Palaeoecological Insights Into Natural and Human-Induced Burning in Intact Tropical Peatlands, In Frontiers in Forests and Global Change(2)

Mary Ngendo and Шонил А. (Shonil A.) Бхагават (Bhagwat) (2019-06-03) The role of biodiversity in agroforestry and other types of smallholder farming, Burleigh Dodds

Christopher M. Coghlan and Шонил А. (Shonil A.) Бхагават (Bhagwat) (2019) Going beyond hunger: Linking food supplies to global malnutrition, In Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift - Norwegian Journal of Geography 2(73)

Шонил А. (Shonil A.) Бхагават (Bhagwat) (2019) [Book Review] Cultural and Spiritual Significance of Nature in Protected Areas: Governance, Management and Policy by B.Verschuuren and S.Brown, In Conservation and Society 3(17)

Michele Jeanette Sanders et al. (2019) Practitioner insights as a means of setting a context for conservation, In Conservation Biology

Michele Jeanette Sanders et al. (2019) Practitioner insights as a means of setting a context for conservation, In Conservation Biology

Thomas F. Thornton et al. (2019) Human adaptation to biodiversity change: An adaptation process approach applied to a case study from southern India, In Ambio

Emma Shepheard-Walwyn and Шонил А. (Shonil A.) Бхагават (Bhagwat) (2018-04) Maintaining standing stones benefits biodiversity in lowland heathland, In Oryx 2(52)

Шонил А. (Shonil A.) Бхагават (Bhagwat) (2018-03-26) Non-Native Invasive Species: Nature, Society and the Management of Novel Nature in the Anthropocene, Sage

Mary Ng'endo, Шонил А. (Shonil A.) Бхагават (Bhagwat) and Gudrun B Keding (2018-03-01) Contribution of Nutrient Diversity and Food Perceptions to Food and Nutrition Security Among Smallholder Farming Households in Western Kenya: A Case Study, In Food and nutrition bulletin 1(39)

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