Publication

Manuscript publication

  1. Thinley, U., Banterng, P., Katawatin, R. and Gonkhamdee, S. (2020). Spatial Surveillance of Invasion by Alien Species in a Heterogeneous Ecological Landscape. International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research 11 (2), 1-17.
  2. Choidup, K &Dendup, T. (2020). Avoidance Factors in Seeking Counselling Help by High School Students in Bhutan. Journal of Community Development Research (Humanities and Social Sciences), 13(1): 46-54.
  3. Tenzin, J., Boonkum, W., &Chankitisakul, V. (2020). Potential genetic markers and their association with production traits in Thai Pradu Hang Dam and Chee native chickens. KhonKaen Agriculture Journal, 48(1), 211 – 220.
  4. Tenzin, J., Chankitisakul, V., &Boonkum, W. (2020). Association of polymorphisms of physiological candidate genes with phenotype and estimated breeding values of reproductive and growth traits in Thai indigenous chickens. Genetics and Molecular Research, 19(1).
  5. Tshering, S., Gurung, D.B., Sherub, K., Dookia, S., Dorji, K. and Choephyel, P. (2020). Bat (Mammalia: Chiroptera) diversity, dominance, and richness in the southwestern region of Bhutan with three new records for the country. Journal of Threatened Taxa, 12(1): 15114–15128.
  6. Dorji, U., Tenzin, U. M., Dorji, P., Wangchuk, , Tshering, G., Dorji, C. and Shon, H. (2019).Wastewater management in urban Bhutan: Assessing the current practices and challenges. Process Safety and Environmental Protection 132, 82-93.
  7. Thinley, U., Bantering, P., Gonkhamdee, S. and Katawatin, R. (2019). Distributions of Alien Invasive Weeds under Climate Change Scenarios in Mountainous Bhutan. Agronomy 9 (8), 442.
  8. Gurung, D.B., Gyeltshen, N., Tobgay, K., Dalström, S., Wangdi, J., Ghalley, B.B., Chaida, L., Phuntsho, Gyeltshen, N., Dawa, K., Wangchuk, T., Pradhan, R., Hoijer, T., and Gyeltshen, C. (2019). Distribution and habitats of PaphiopedilumPfitzer (Orchidaceae) known to occur in Bhutan. Journal of Threatened Taxa, 11(9): 14101–14111.
  9. Gensits, B. and Chhetri, R. (2019). Determinants of Risk-Dependent Agricultural Field Behaviours in Bhutan. International Journal of Agricultural Economics 4 (3), 109.
  10. Yangchen, T., Tenzin, T. Tenzin, S. Lhamo, K., Gurung, R.B., Dukpa K. and Gyeltshen, T. (2019), Comparison of anitbody responses after vaccination with two inactivated rabies vaccines in dogs in Thimphu, Bhutan.  Bhutan Journal of Animal Science, 3(1): 79-87.
  11. Dorji, T., Linke, S., & Sheldon, F. (2019). Half century of protected area dynamism in the country of Gross National Happiness, Bhutan. Conservation Science and Practice, 1, e46. https://doi.org/10.1111/csp2.46
  12. SonamWangmo and SushilaRai (2019).Study of Ichthyofaunal diversity along Jomori River, Jomotsangkha Wildlife Sanctuary, SamdrupJongkhar, Bhutan. Nebio-An International Journal of Environment and Biodiversity.  10(4) ISSN 2278-2281(Online)/ ISSN 0976-3597(Print) page no.194-200
  13. NidupZangmo and SushilaRai. (2019).Comparative study of Butterfly Diversity in different types of habitat in Phuentsholing, Chhukha, Bhutan. Nebio-An International Journal of Environment and Biodiversity. 10(3), ISSN 2278-2281(Online)I ISSN 0976-3597; 143-151
  14. Tshering S. (2019). Rapid assessment of two sympatric hornbill species populations and their nesting behaviour in Zhemgang district, Bhutan. BirdingASIA. 54-58:31. Current Journal of Applied Science and Technology. 1-8: 32(2)
  15. Tshering, S. (2019). Importance Value Index and Assessment of Carbon Stocks in Western Bhutan Himalaya (Thimphu). 18-21; 31(1).
  16. Wangmo, S. and Boonthai, C. (2019). People’s perception on ecosystem services in organic agroecosystem at Gasa, Bhutan. KhonKaen Agriculture Journal. 47 (6) : 1287-1300
  17. Pratt, S. Sunitikul, W. and Dorji, U (2018). Economic sustainability? Examining the linkages and leakages between agriculture and hotels in Bhutan. International Journal of Tourism Research 20 (5), 626-636
  18. Dorji, u., Olesen, J. E. and Seidenkrantz, M. S. (2016). Water balance in the complex mountainous terrain of Bhutan and linkages to land use. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 7, 55-68.
  19. SangayDorjee and SushilaRai. (2018). The population structure, habitat preference & conservation threats of Ringshu bamboo (Neomicrocalamusandropogonifolius) at Remung under Samdrupjongkhar.   Nebio-An International Journal of Environment and Biodiversity. 9(3), ISSN 2278-2281(Online)/ ISSN 0976-3597(Print), page no.236-244.
  20. Wangmo, S. and Boonthai, C. (2018). Performance of Organic Agriculture based on Emergent Properties of Agriculture System in Gasa, Bhutan. KhonKaen Agriculture Journal, 46.
  21. Wangmo, S. and Boonthai, C. (2018). Contribution of Organic Agriculture to Gross NationalHappiness (GNH): Bhutan. International Journal of Environmental and Rural Development. 9-2: 64-69.
  22. Jamtsho, Y. and Katel, O. (2018). Livestock depredation by snow leopardand Tibetan wolf: Implications for herders’livelihoods in WangchuckCentennialNational Park, Bhutan, Pastoralism: Research, Policy and Practice 9, 1-10
  23. Zangmo, P., Gurung, D.B., Letro, L., and Wangmo, S. (2018). Distribution, Abundance and Occupancy of Gaur (Bosgaurus Smith) in the Royal Manas National Park, Bhutan. BJNRD, 5(1), 1-12.
  24. Thoni, R.J., and Gurung, D.B. (2018). Morphological and molecular study of the torrent catfishes (Sisoridae: Glyptosterninae) of Bhutan including the description of five new species. Zootaxa, 4476 (1): 040–068.
  25. Rai, R., Sharma, S., Gurung, D.B., Sitaula, B.K. (2018). Heavy metal contamination in sediments from vehicle washing: a case study of OlarongChhu Stream and PaaChhu River, Bhutan. International Journal of Environmental Studies, 1-19.
  26. Suberi, B., Tiwari, K.R., Gurung, D.B. Bajracharya, R.M., and Sitaula, B.K. (2018). Effect of Harvesting and Non-Harvested Forest Management on Carbon Stocks, International Journal of Environment and Climate Change, 8(3): 152-164,
  27. Rai, R., Sharma, S., Gurung, D.B., Sitaula, B.K., and Raut, N. (2018). Assessment of environmental impacts of vehicle wash centres at Olakha, Thimphu Bhutan. International Research Journal of Environmental Sciences, 7(1), 1-10.
  28. Suberi, B., Tiwari, K.R., Gurung, D.B. Bajracharya, R.M., and Sitaula, B.K. (2018). People’s perception of climate change impacts and their adaptation practices in Khotokha valley, Wangdue, Bhutan. Indian journal of traditional knowledge, 17(1):97-105.
  29. Dendup, T. (2018). Agricultural transformation in Bhutan: From peasants to entrepreneurial farmers. Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics & Sociology, 23(3): 1-8.
  30. Dendup, T., Dorj, P., Gyeltshen, T., &Penjor, L. (2018). Relationship between Entrepreneurial Factors and Small Agro-enterprises’ Success: Evidence from Bhutan. Journal of Economics, Management and Trade, 21(4): 1-9.
  31. Dendup, T., Prasad, B., Acharja, I. L., &Zangpo, S. (2018). Review on the Role of Agriculture Cooperatives in Optimising Gross National Happiness. Journal of Economics, Management and Trade, 21(9): 1-8.
  32. Dendup, T., Gyeltshen, T., Penjor, L., &Dorji, P. (2017). The Factors Affecting Success of Small Agro-Enterprises in Bhutan. Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension, Economics & Sociology, 21(1), 1-11.
  33. Dendup, T., &Acharja, I. L. (2017). Effect of individual factor on entrepreneurship intention among undergraduate students in Bhutan. World Journal of Business and Management, 3(2): 1-12.
  34. Dahal, Y. (2017). A Review on Management of Freshwater Resources. Bhutan Journal of Research and Development. Vol 6. No.2, pp. 89-104.
  35. Tshering, P. and Katel, O. (2017). Youth Perception of Agriculture and potential for employment in the context of rural development in Bhutan, Development, Environment and Foresight 3 (2), 92-106
  36. Speer, J.H., Bräuning,A., Zhang, Q.B.,  Pourtahmasi, K., Gaire, N.P., Dawadi, B., Gurung, D.B. (2017). Pinusroxburghii stand dynamics at a heavily impacted site in Nepal: Research through an educational fieldweek, Dendrochronologia, 41, 2-9
  37. Dorji, T., and Gurung, D.B. (2017). Grassland Communities, Graminoid Composition, and their Diversity Pattern on the Eastern Mountain Slope of Dochula, Bhutan, BJNRD, 4(2): 10-28.
  38. Suberi, B., Tiwari, K.R., Gurung, D.B., and Sitaula, B.K. (2017). Forest Resource Management in the Context of Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation in Bhutan, BJNRD, 3(2):1-11.
  39. Tshering, S., Chhetri, R. and Dorji, K. (2017). Changes in land use pattern due to hazelnut project in NgatsangGewog, Mongar, Bhutan. International Journal of Information Movement 2 (7), 217-225.
  40. Namgay, N. and Thinley, U. (2017). Habitat Use and Conservation Threats of Satyr Tragopan in JigmeDorji National Park. Bhutan Journal of Natural Resources and Development 4 (1), 22-29.
  41. Kobayashi, M. Chhetri, R. Fukumachi, K. and Shibata, S. (2017). Transitions in Seed Sovereignty in Western Bhutan. Journal of Environmental Information Science 45, 21-30
  42. Dorji, u., Olesen, J. E. Bøcher, P. K. and Seidenkrantz, M. S. (2016). Spatial variation of temperature and precipitation in Bhutan and links to vegetation and land cover. Mountain Research and Development 36 (1), 66-79.
  43. Dorji, U., Olesen, J. E. and Seidenkantz, M. S. (2016). Testing the reconstruction of past climate conditions of Bhutan using stable carbon isotope and ring width from Chir and Fir trees. Dendrochronologia.
  44. Rai, R., Sharma, S., Gurung, D.B., and Sitaula, B.K. (2016). Potential impacts of discharging vehicle wash wastewater in rivers: a case study of Thimphu and Paro, Bhutan – a review. Bhutan Journal of Research and Development, 5(2), 36-53.
  45. Thoni, R., Gurung D.B. and Mayden, R. (2016). A review of the genus Garra Hamilton 1822 of Bhutan, including the descriptions of two new species and three additional records (Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae). Zootaxa, 4169 (1): 115-132.
  46. Koirala, B.K., Gurung, D.B., and Lhendup, P. (2016). Species diversity and spatial distribution of snakes in JigmeDorji National Park and adjoining areas, western Bhutan, Journal of Threatened Taxa, 8(12).
  47. Gurung, D.B., Dalstrom, S., Höijer, T., Gyeltshen, , Gyeltshen, N., Wangdi, D., (2016). Orchid Explorers on the Trail of Gaurs and Elephants. Orchid. AOS, 2016.
  48. Wangchuk and Gurung, D.B. (2016). Effect of Different Grazing Regimes on the Growth of Quercussemecarpifolia Sm. Regeneration in Western Bhutan Himalaya (Thimphu). BJNRD, 3(1): pp.32-38.
  49. Dendup, T. (2016). Alcohol consumption and academic performance among higher secondary students in Thimphu, Bhutan. Bhutan Health Journal, 2(2), 1-5.
  50. Dorji N, Jamtsho T, Rabgay K. and Wangchuk S. (2015). Evaluate growth performance, age of sexual maturity and egg weight of Bhutanese indigenous chicken under deep litter management. Khon Kean Agricultural Journal 43 (suppl 2): 142-145.
  51. Dorji N. and Dorji P. (2015). A country report: Indigenous chicken farming in Bhutan. Khon Kean Agricultural Journal 43 (suppl 2): 31-33.
  52. A Hoy, O Katel, P Thapa, N Dendup, J Matschullat (2015), Climatic changes and their impact on socio-economic sectors in the Bhutan Himalayas: an implementation strategy, Regional Environmental Change 16 (5), 1401-1415.
  53. Katel,O., Pradhan,S., Schmidt-Vogt, D. (2014), A survey of livestock losses caused by Asiatic wild dogs, leopards and tigers, and of the impact of predation on the livelihood of farmers in Bhutan, Wildlife Research 41 (4), 300-310.
  54. Katel, O., and Schmidt-Vogt, D., (2012). Use of Forest Resources by Residents of JigmeSingyeWangchuck National Park, Bhutan. Mountain Research and Development 31 (4), 325-333.
  55. Katel, O., Schmidt-Vogt, D. and Dendup, N. (2014). Transboundary water resources management in the context of global environmental change: The case of Bhutan Himalaya. Springer Publications India.
  56. DalStröm, S., Gurung, D.B., Gyeltshen, C., and Gyeltshen, N. (2015). Orchids of Bhutan, The Genus Phaius. Orchids. AOS, pp.484-491.
  57. Dalstrom, S., Gurung, D.B., Gyeltshen, C., &Gyeltshen, N. (2015). Orchids of Bhutan: The Genus Vanda. Orchids, AOS, pp.34-39.
  58. Dorji, T. (2015). New distribution records of EpiophlebialaidlawiTillyard, 1921 (Insecta: Odonata) in Bhutan. Journal of Threatened Taxa, 7, 7668–7675.
  59. Nidup, T., Dorji, T., &Tshering, U. (2014). Taxon diversity of butterflies in different habitat types in Royal Manas National Park. Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies, 2(6), 292-298.
  60. Gurung, P. B. &Dorji, T. (2014). Macroinvertebrate diversity and relationship with environmental variables in the headwater streams of Toebirongchhu sub-watershed, Bhutan. NeBIO: An international journal of environment and biodiversity, 5 (3), 4-10.
  61. Dorji, T. (2014). New records of dragonflies (Odonata) from Toebirongchhu sub-watershed in Punakha District, Western Bhutan. Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies, 2 (4): 51-57.
  62. Dorji, T., Thinley, K., &Jamtsho, S. (2014). Macroinvertebrate diversity in Threlpang and Kawajangsa freshwater streams in Bhutan. NeBIO: An international journal of environment and biodiversity, 5 (1), 1-5.
  63. Kaka, Gurung, D.B., Khandu, Y., Katel, O., Chhetri, P.B., &Wangda, P. (2014).  Population Structure of Cupressustortulosa Griffith along the Altitudinal Gradients of Tsendenanag Ridge in Punakha, Bhutan. Bhutan Journal of Natural Resources and Development, pp-24-31.
  64. Thoni, R. &Gurung, D.B. (2014). Parachiloglanisbhutanensis, a new species of torrent catfish (Siluriformes: Sisuridae) from Bhutan. Zootaxa, 3869 (3): 306-312.
  65. Dalstrom, S. &Gurung, D.B. (2013). Orchids of Bhutan III: The Genus Epigenium in Bhutan. Orchids, AOS, pp.735-739.
  66. Gurung, D.B., Dorji, S., Wangyal, J.T. &Tshering, U. (2013). An Annotated Checklist of Fishes of Bhutan. Journal of Threatened Taxa, 5 (12), pp.4880-4886.
  67. Wangyal, J.T. & and Gurung D.B. (2012). The Distribution of Himalayan Newts, Tylototritonverrucosus in Punakha-Wangdue Valley, Bhutan. Journal of Threatened Taxa, 4(13), pp.3218-3222.
  68. Wangyal, J.T. &Gurung, D.B. (2012). Amphibians of Punakha-Wangdue Valley, Bhutan. Frog leg, ANSA, 18.
  69. Mukhia, P.K., Wangyal, J.T. &Gurung, D.B. (2011). Floristic composition and species diversity of the chirpine forest ecosystem, Lobesa, Western Bhutan. Forestrynepal.
  70. Gurung, D.B. &Seeland, K. (2009). Ecotourism benefits and livelihood improvement for sustainable development in the nature conservation areas of Bhutan. Sustainable Development. DOI: 10.1002/sd.443
  71. Gurung, D.B. &Scholz, R. (2008). Community-based ecotourism in Bhutan: expert evaluation of stakeholder-based scenarios. Journal of Sustainable Development and World Ecology, Vol. 15, pp.397-411.
  72. Gurung, D.B. &Seeland, K. (2008). Ecotourism in Bhutan: Extending its Benefits to Rural Communities. Annals of Tourism Research, Vol. 35, pp.489-508.
  73. Noltie, H. &Gurung, D.B. (2002). Three Monocotyledons New to the Flora of Bhutan. The Plantsman, UK. 1, 228-235.
  74. Gyeltshen, T., Udo, H.J.M., Steenstra, F. and Viets, T.C. (2013). Computer Simulation- A Useful Tool for Decision Making in Village Poultry Rearing Options. Journal of Renewable Natural Resources of Bhutan. 9 (1): 158-169.
  75. Gyeltshen, T., Udo, H.J.M.,  Steenstra, F. and Viets, T.C. (2013). Characteristics of village chicken production: why indigenous chickens? Journal of Renewable Natural Resources of Bhutan. 8 (1): 127-138.
  76. Dorji, N. and Gyeltshen, T. (2012). Characterization of family poultry production in Haa and Mongar districts of Bhutan. Livestock Research for Rural Development.12 (9).  Available at http://www.lrrd.org/lrrd24/9/dorj24155.htm.
  77. PhubTshering and SushilaRai(2011). A Case study on anthropometric survey at KanglungThubtenChoekhorlingShedra. Sherubdoenme, the Research Journal of Sherubtse College, vol. 2(1 and 2).
  78. Gyeltsehen T. and Dorji N. (2014). Evaluation of milk yield and composition in nomadic yak (Bosgrunniens) and yak crosses. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 84(12):1332–1333.
  79. Dorji N. and Phurba K. (2014). Evaluation of egg quality parameters in Bhutanese indigenous chickens vis-a-vis exotic chicken. Indian J. Anim. Sci. 84 (8): 884–890.
  80. Dorji N. (2014). Assessment of storage and temperature on egg physical qualities for peak production in Hyline chicken. Iranian J. Applied Anim. Sci. 4(1):173-178.
  81. Tashi T. and Dorji N. (2014). Variation in qualitative traits in Bhutanese indigenous chickens. Animal Genetic Resources/Ressourcesgénétiquesanimales/Recursosgenéticosanimales 54: 73-77. Doi: 10.1017/S2078633614000071.
  82. Dorji N. (2013). Comparative study on the physical egg quality of Bhutanese indigenous strains reared under different production systems. Bang. J. Anim. Sci. 42 (2): 175-178.
  83. Tshering G. and Dorji N. (2013). Prevalence of gastrointestinal parasites in free-range cattle; a case study in Haa district. Anim. Healt. Prod. 1(4): 36-37.
  84. Dorji N. and Gyeltshen T. (2012). Characterisation of family poultry production in Haa and Mongar districts of Bhutan. Livestock Research for Rural Development. 24 (155).
  85. Dorji N, Duangjinda M. and Phasuk Y. (2012). Genetic characterization of Bhutanese native chickens based on an analysis of Red Junglefowl (Gallus gallusgallus and Gallus gallusspadecieus), domestic Southeast Asian and commercial chicken lines (Gallus gallusdomesticus). Mol. Biol. 35 (3): 603-609. DOI: 10.1590/S1415-47572012005000039.
  86. Gurung, T., Techawongstien, S., Suriharn, B. and Techawongstien, S. (2011). Impact of Environments on the Accumulation of Capsaicinoids in Capsicum spp. HortScience 46 (12), 1576-1581.
  87. Gurung, T., Techawongstien, S., Suriharn, B. and Techawongstien, S. (2012). Stability analysis of yield and capsaicinoids content in chili (Capsicum spp.) grown across six environments. Euphytica 187 (1), 11-18.
  88. Sonam, T. and Martwanna, N. (2012). Performance of smallholder dairy farmers’ groups in the East and West central regions of Bhutan: members’ perspective. Journal of Agricultural Extension and Rural Development 4 (1), 23-29.
  89. Sonam, T. and Martwanna, N. (2011). Smallholder dairy farmers’ group development in Bhutan: strengthening rural communities through group mobilization. JPAIR Multidisciplinary Journal 8 (1), 1-1.
  90. Gurung, T., Techawongstien, S., Suriharn, B. and Techawongstien, S. (2011). Growth, yield and capsaicinoid contents of 14 cultivars of hot pepper (Capsicum spp.) at two elevations of Thailand. Sabrao J. Breed Genet 43, 130-143.
  91. Dorji N, Duangjinda M. and Phasuk Y. (2011). Genetic characterization of Thai indigenous chickens compared with commercial lines. Tropical Animal Health and Production 43 (4): 779 – 785 (7). Doi: 10.1007/s11250-010-9763-3.
  92. Dorji N, Duangjinda M. and Phasuk Y. (2010). Analysis of Bhutanese native chickens genetic diversity by microsatellite markers. KhonKaen Agri. J. (Supp. 38): 76-80.
  93. Chhetri, R., Toomsan, B., Kaewpradit, W. and Limpimmtana, V. (2012). Mass loss, nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium release patterns and non-additive interactions in a decomposition study of chir pine (Pinusroxburghii) and Oak (Quercusgriffithii). Int J Agric Res 7, 332-344.

 

Books/Book Chapters & Thesis

  1. Tshomo, U., Dorji, C., Dahal, Y. (2020). Integrated Waste Management in Bhutan. In Ghosh S. (eds) Circular Economy: Global Perspective.Springer. pp.67-86
  2. Hoy, A. and katel, O. (2018). Status of Climate Change and Implications to Ecology and Community Livelihoods in the Bhutan in (Eds) Environmental Change in the Himalayan region, 23-45.
  3. ChogyelWangmo and SushilaRai(2017). Impact of environment and climate change on biodiversity. In D.B. Gurung& O.N. Katel (Eds.), An introduction to the biodiversity of Bhutan in the context of climate change and economic development.(pp.119-133). Lobesa: The College of Natural Resources, The Centre for rural development studies. ISBN:978-99936-994-0-8
  4. Dorji, U. and Gurung, D.B. (2017). Aquatic biodiversity of Bhutan. In D.B. Gurung and Om Katel (Eds.) in An Introduction to the Biodiversity of Bhutan in the context of climate change and economic development. CRDS publication, Lobesa Bhutan.
  5. Gurung, D.B. and Katel, O. (2017). Development activities and biodiversity. In D.B. Gurung and Om Katel (Eds.) in An Introduction to the Biodiversity of Bhutan in the context of climate change and economic development. CRDS publication, Lobesa Bhutan.
  6. Dorji, C. and Gurung, D.B. (2017). Terrestrial Biodiversity in the Context of Climate Change. In D.B. Gurung and Om Katel (Eds.) in An Introduction to the Biodiversity of Bhutan in the context of climate change and economic development. CRDS publication, Lobesa Bhutan.
  7. Wangyal, J. T., and Gurung, D.B. (2017). The current status of Herpetofauna in Bhutan. In D.B. Gurung and Om Katel (Eds.) in An Introduction to the Biodiversity of Bhutan in the context of climate change and economic development. CRDS publication, Lobesa Bhutan.
  8. Katel, O. and Schmidt, D. (2015). Bhutan: Forest Resources Management and Conservation in and outside Protected Areas in (eds). Multilevel Forest Governance in Asia. Sage Publication.
  9. Gurung, D.B. &Thoni, R.T. (2015). Fishes of Bhutan: A preliminary checklist. CRDS Publication, Bhutan.
  10. Gurung, D.B. (2008). Benefits of Ecotourism to the Local Rural Communities Living Inside the Protected Areas of Bhutan, DISS. ETH No. 17633, Zurich, Switzerland.
  11. Gurung, D.B. (2006). A Field Guide to the Orchids of Bhutan. DSB Publication, Printed in Kolkata (Calcutta), India.