Payal Bal
Payal Bal
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, University of Melbourne
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Being smart about SMART environmental targets
SL Maxwell, EJ Milner-Gulland, JPG Jones, AT Knight, N Bunnefeld, ...
Science 347 (6226), 1075-1076, 2015
Elephants also like coffee: trends and drivers of human–elephant conflicts in coffee agroforestry landscapes of Kodagu, Western Ghats, India
P Bal, CD Nath, KM Nanaya, CG Kushalappa, C Garcia
Environmental Management 47 (5), 789-801, 2011
Increase anti‐poaching law‐enforcement or reduce demand for wildlife products? A framework to guide strategic conservation investments
MH Holden, D Biggs, H Brink, P Bal, J Rhodes, E McDonald‐Madden
Conservation Letters 12 (3), e12618, 2019
Conservation leadership must account for cultural differences
TM Straka, P Bal, C Corrigan, MMI Di Fonzo, N Butt
Journal for Nature Conservation 43, 111-116, 2018
Selecting indicator species for biodiversity management
P Bal, AIT Tulloch, PFE Addison, E McDonald‐Madden, JR Rhodes
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 2018
Quantifying the value of monitoring species in multi‐species, multi‐threat systems
P Bal, AIT Tulloch, I Chadès, J Carwardine, E McDonald‐Madden, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 (7), 1706-1717, 2018
Drivers of human elephant interactions in coffee agro-forestery landscapes in Kodagu (Western Ghats), India: An approch to understand the human-elephant conflict
P Bal, CD Nath, CA Garcia
IFP, 2008
Effective monitoring for biodiversity conservation
P Bal
The University of Queensland, 2017
Sustainability: root targets in consensus
S Maxwell, JR Rhodes, P Bal, N Bunnefeld, S Earle, JPG Jones, ...
Nature 514, 434-434, 2014
Estimating Gopher tortoise abundance through Design-based and Model-based Methods
P Bal
The University of St Andrews, 2010
The wicked elephant of the east: Coping with human elephant conflicts in coffee agroforestry landscapes in Kodagu (India)
P Bal, CD Nath, CG Kushalappa, CA Garcia
2nd World Congress of Agroforestry, 23-28 August 2009, Nairobi, Kenya …, 2009
Supplementary information to: Sustainability: root targets in consensus
S Maxwell, JR Rhodes, P Bal, N Bunnefeld, S Earle, AT Knight, ...
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