Publications

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS  (2000 to present)

 

Ahearn, S.C., S. Dodge, A. Simcharoen, G. Xavier, J.L.D.Smith. 2016. A context-sensitive correlated random walk: a new simulation model for movement. International Journal of Geographical Information Science. 1-17.

Wang, T. L. Feng, H. Yang, B. Han, Y. Zhao, L. Juan, X. Ju, L. Zou, Tong Li, W. Xiao, P. Mou, J.L.D.Smith and J. Ge. 2016. A Science-based approach to guide Amur leopard recovery in China. Biological Conservation.

Wang, T.M., Feng, L.M., Mou, P., Wu, J.G., Smith, J.L.D., Xiao, W.H., Yang, H.T., Dou, H.L., Zhao, X.D., Cheng, Y.C., Zhou, B., Wu, H.Y., Zhang, L., Tian, Y., Guo, Q.X., Kou, X.J., Han, X.M., Miguelle, D.G., Oliver, C.D., Xu, R.M., Ge, J.P., 2016. Amur tigers and leopards returning to China: direct evidence and a landscape conservation plan. Landscape Ecol. 31: 491-503.

Wang, T.M., Feng, L.M., Mou, P., Ge, J.P., Li, C., Smith, J.L.D., 2015b. Long-distance dispersal of an Amur tiger indicates potential to restore the North-east China/Russian Tiger Landscape. Oryx 49, 578-579.

Luo, S.J., Y. Zhang, W.E. Johnson, L. Miao, P. Martelli, A. Antunes, J.L.D. Smith, S.J. O’Brien. 2014. Sympatric Asian felid phylogeography reveals a major Indochinese-Sundaic divergence. Molecular Ecology 23: 2072-2092.

Simcharoen, A., T. Savini, G.Gale, E. Roche, V. Chaimchome, and J.L.D. Smith. 2014. Ecological factors that influence sambar (Rusa unicolor) distribution and abundance in western Thailand: implications for tiger conservation. Raffles 62: 100-106.

Simcharoen, A., S. Simcharoen, S. Duangchantrasiri, S. Pakpien, G. Gale, T. Savini, J.L.D. Smith. 2014. Female tiger home range size and prey abundance: important management metrics. Oryx.

Feng, L., L. Wang, B. Wang, J.L.D. Smith and L. Zanf. 2013. Population status of the Indochinese tiger (Panthera tigris corbeti) and the density of the three primary ungulate prey species in Shangyung Nature Reeseerve, Xishuangbanna, China. Acta Theologica Sinica 33: 308-313.

Barlow, A.C.D., J.L.D. Smith, I.U. Ahmad, A.N.M. Hossain, M. Rahman and A. Howlader. 2011. Female tiger, Panthera tigris, home range size in the Bangladesh Sundarbans: the value of this ecosystem for species conservation. Oryx 45: 125-128.

Smith, J.L.D., C. McDougal, B. Gurung, N. Shrestha, M. Shrestha, T. Allendorf, A. Joshi, and N. Dhakal. 2010. Securing the Future for Nepal's Tigers: Lessons from the Past and Present. In Ronald Tilson and Philip J. Nyhus (eds.), Tigers of the World (2nd ed.), Elsevier Press.

Luo, Shujin, W.E. Johnson, J.L.D. Smith and S.J. O’Brien. 2010. What is a Tiger? Genetics and Phylogeography. In Ronald Tilson and Philip J. Nyhus (eds.), Tigers of the World (2nd ed.) Elsevier. 

Barlow, A.C.D., C.J. Greenwood, I.U. Ahmad, and J.L.D. Smith. 2010. Use of an action–selection framework for human–carnivore conflict in the Bangladesh Sundarbans. Conservation Biology. 24:1338-1347.

Ahmad, I. U., C.J. Greenwood, A.C.D. Barlow, M.A. Islam, A.N.M. Hossain, M.M.H. Khan, J.L.D. Smith.  2009. Bangladesh Tiger Action Plan 2009-2017. Bangladesh Forest Department, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

Allendorf, T., Gurung, B., and Smith, J.L.D.  2009. Community-based monitoring of tigers in Nepal. Himalaya 29(1-2): 57-64.

Barlow, A.C.D., C. McDougal, J.L.D. Smith, B. Gurung, S.R. Bhatta, S. Kumal, B. Mahatoand D.B. Tamang. 2009 Temporal variation in tiger (Panthera tigris) populations and its implications for monitoring. J. Mammal. 90: 472-478.

Gurung, B., J.L.D. Smith, C. McDougal, J. Karki, & A. Barlow. 2008. Factors associated with man-eating tigers in Chitwan National Park. Biological Conservation 141: 3069-3078.

Barlow, A.C.D., I.U. Ahmed, M. Rahman, A. Howlader, A.C. Smith & J.L.D. Smith. 2008. Linking monitoring and intervention for improved management of tigers in the Sundarbans of Bangladesh. Biological Conservation 141: 2032-2040.

Ranganathan, J., K.M.A. Chan, K. Ullas Karanth, and J.L.D. Smith. 2008. Where can tigers persist in the future? A landscape-scale, density-based population model for the Indian Subcontinent. Biological Conservation 141: 67-77.

Simchereon, S., A.C.D. Barlow, A. Simchareion & J.L.D. Smith. 2008. Home range size and daytime habitat selection of leopards in Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand. Biological Conservation. 141:2242-2250

Luo, S.J., W.E. Johnson, V.A. David, M. Menotti-Raymond, R. Stanyon, Q.X. Cai, T.Beck, N. Yuhki, J. Pecon-Slattery, J.L. D. Smith, and S.J. O”Brien. 2007. Development of Y chromosome intraspecific polymorphic markers in the Felidae. J. of Heredity 98(5): 400-413.

Gurung, B., J.L.D. Smith, and M. Shrestha. 2006. Using a “Bagh Heralu” network to map the metapopulation structure of tigers in Nepal. In: Conservation Biology in Asia, (Eds: J. McNeely et al.), Resources Himalaya Foundation, Nepal. Chapt. 14: 214-230.

Ahearn, S. and J.L.D. Smith. 2005. Modeling the interaction between humans and animals in multiple-use forests: Case study of Panthera tigris. In: GIS, Spatial Analysis and Modeling. Eds. D. Maguire, M. Goodchild, and M. Batty. ESRI, Redlands, CA.

Luo, S.J., J.H. Kim, W.E. Johnson, J. Wait, J. Martenson, N.Yuhki, D.G. Miquelle, O. Uphyrkina, J.M Goodrich, H.B. Quigley, R. Tilson, G. Brady, P. Martelli, V. Subramaniam, C. McDougal, S. Hean, S. Huang, W. Pan, U.K. Karanth, M. Sunquist, J.L.D. Smith, S.J. O’Brien. 2004. Phylogeography and genetic ancestry of tigers. PLoS Biol. 2(12): 442.

Ahearn, S.C., J.L.D. Smith, A.R. Joshi and J. Ding. 2001. TIGMOD: an individual-based spatially explicit model for simulating tiger/human interaction in multiple use forests. Ecological Modeling 140:81-97.

 

CLAWS Reports

CLAWS and Khao Nang Rum Wildlife Research Station. 2006. A Report on the Thailand / China Tiger Conservation Workshop, March 2006. (.pdf)

CLAWS and Khao Pratubchang Wildlife Breeding and Research Station. 2007. A Report on the Animal Capture, Immobilization, and Handling Training Course, January, 2007. (.pdf)

Journal Articles

Ahearn, S. C., J. L. D. Smith, A. R. Joshi, and J. Ding. 2001. TIGMOD: An individual-based spatially explicit model for simulating tiger/human interaction in multiple use forests. Ecological Modelling 140:81-97.

Joshi, A., J. L. D. Smith, and D. L. Garshelis. 1999. Sociobiology of the myrmecophagous sloth bear in Nepal. Canadian Journal of Zoology 77:1630-1704.

Karanth, K.U., J.D. Nichols, J. Seidensticker, E. Dinerstein, J.L.D. Smith, C. McDougal, A.J.T. Johnsingh, R.S. Chundawat, and V. Thapar. 2003. Science deficiency in conservation practice: the monitoring of tiger populations in India. Animal Conservation 6: 1-10.

Kenny, J. S., J. L. D. Smith, A. M. Starfield, and C. W. McDougal. 1995. The long-term effects of tiger poaching on population viability. Conservation Biology 9:1127-1133.

Luo, S.-J., W. E. Johnson, J. Martenson, A. Antunes, P. Martelli, O. Uphyrkina, K. Traylor-Holzer, J. L. D. Smith, and S. J. O'Brien. 2008. Subspecies Genetic Assignments of Worldwide Captive Tigers Increase Conservation Value of Captive Populations. Current Biology 18:592-596.

Luo S.J., J.H. Kim, W.E. Johnson, J. Walt, J.Martenson, N.Yuhki, D.G. Miquelle, O.. Uphyrkina, J.M.Goodrich, H.B. Quigley, R. Tilson, G. Brady, P. Martelli, V. Subramaniam, C. McDougal, S. Hean, S.Huang, W. Pan, U. K. Karanth, M. Sunquist, J. L. D. Smith, S. J. O'Brien. 2004. Phylogeography and Genetic Ancestry of Tigers (Panthera tigris). PLoS Biol 2: 442.

Ranganathan, J., K. M. A. Chan, K. U. Karanth, and J. L. D. Smith. 2008. Where can tigers persist in the future? A landscape-scale, density-based population model for the Indian subcontinent. Biological Conservation 141:67-77.

Smith, J. L. D., C. W. McDougal and D. Miquelle. 1998. Chemical communication in free ranging tigers (Panthera tigris). Animal Behaviour 37:1-10.

Smith, J. L. D., S. C. Ahearn, and C. McDougal. 1998. Landscape analysis of tiger distribution and habitat quality in Nepal. Conservation Biology 12:1338-1346.

Wikramanayake, E., Mcknight, M., Dinerstein, E., Joshi, A., Gurung, B. and D. Smith. 2004. Designing a conservation landscape for tigers in human-dominated environments. Conservation Biology 18: 839-844.

Books and Book Chapters

Ahearn, S. and J. L. D. Smith. 2005. Modeling the interaction between humans and animals in multiple-use forests: Case study of Panthera tigris. In GIS, Spatial Analysis and Modeling, eds. David Maguire, Michael Goodchild, and Michael Batty, ESRI, Redlands, California.

Cutter, P. G., and S. Hean. In Press. Costs and Benefits of Sustaining Wild Tigers in Cambodia: A Strategic Economic Perspective in R. L. Tilson , and P. Nyhus, editors. Tigers of the World: The Biology, Politics and Conservation of Panthera tigris. William Andrew, Norwich, NY.

Cutter, P. G., A. Maxwell, Conservation International-Cambodia, H. Weiler, J. Heffernan, Ministry of Environment, WCS-Cambodia Program, WildAid-Cambodia Program, and WildAid-Thailand Program. 2006. Cambodia Tiger Conservation Status Assessment Appendix 6 in E. Sanderson, J. Forrest, C. Loucks, J. Ginsberg, E. Dinerstein, J. Seidensticker, P. Leimgruber, M. Songer, A. Heydlauff, T. O'Brien, G. Bryja, S. Klenzendorf, and E. Wikramanayake, editors. Setting Priorities for the Conservation and Recovery of Wild Tigers: 2005-2015. The Technical Assessment. WCS, WWF, Smithsonian, and NFWF-STF, New York - Washington, D.C. (.pdf)

Gurung, B., J.L.D. Smith and M. Shrestha. 2006. Using a "Bagh Heralu" network to map the metapopulation structure of tigers in Nepal. In: conservation Biology in Asia, (Eds: J. McNeely et al.), Resources Himalaya Foundation, Nepal. Chap. 14: 214-230.

Smith, J. L. D., S. Tunhikorn, S. Tanhan, S. Simcharoen, and B. Kanchanasaka. 1999. Metapopulation Structure of Tigers in Thailand. Pages 166-175 in J. Seidensticker, S. Christie, and P. Jackson, editors. Riding the Tiger: Tiger conservation in human-dominated landscapes. University Press, Cambridge.

Smith, J. L. D., C. McDougal, S. C. Ahearn, A. Joshi, and K. Conforti. 1999. Metapopulation Structure of Tigers in Nepal. Pages 176-189 in J. Seidensticker, S. Christie, and P. Jackson, editors. Riding the Tiger: Tiger conservation in human-dominated landscapes. University Press, Cambridge.

Tunhikorn, S., J. L. D. Smith, T. Prayurasiddhi, M. Graham, P. Jackson, and P. Cutter, editors. 2004. Saving Thailand's tigers: An action plan. Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment--Department of National Parks, Wildlife, and Plant Conservation, Bangkok.