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Peer-reviewed journal articles

ROY P.S., BEHERA M.D., MURTHY M.S.R., RAMESH B.R. and [et al.], 2015. New vegetation type map of India prepared using satellite remote sensing: Comparison with global vegetation maps and utilities, International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 39 : 142-159. [Publisher link]
GADGIL M., RANJIT DANIELS R.J., GANESHAIAH K.N., PRASAD S.N., MURTHY M.S.R., RAMESH B.R. and SUBRAMANIAN K.A., 2011. Mapping ecologically sensitive, significant and salient areas of Western Ghats: proposed protocols and methodology, Current Science, 100 (2) : 175-182. [Publisher link]
GIRIRAJ A., MURTHY M.S.R., RAMESH B.R. and DUTT C.B.S., 2009. A method for assessing evergreen habitats using phytodiversity and geospatial techniques in tropical rain forests of Southern Western Ghats (India), Ecological Research, 24 (4) : 749-760. [Publisher link]
IFRAN-ULLAH M., RAMESH B.R., KARUNAKARAN P.V., JENTSCH A. and MURTHY M.S.R., 2008. Mapping the potential distribution of Rhododendron arboreum Sm. ssp. nilagiricum (Zenker) Tagg (Ericaceae), an endemic plant using ecological modeling, Current Science, 94 (12) : 1605-1612. [Publisher link]
GIRIRAJ A., MURTHY M.S.R. and RAMESH B.R., 2008. Vegetation composition, structure and diversity pattern: a case study from Tropical Wet Evergreen Forests of Western Ghats, India, Edinburgh Journal of Botany, 65 (3) : 1-22. [Publisher link]
MURTHY M.S.R., PUJAR G.S. and GIRIRAJ A., 2006. Geoinformatics-based management of biodiversity from landscape to species scale- An Indian perspective, Current Science, 91 (11) : 1477-1485. [Publisher link]


GIRIRAJ A., KARUNAKARAN P.V., JENTSCH A., RAMESH B.R. and MURTHY M.S.R., 2007. Mapping the distribution of Rhododendron arboreum ssp. nilagiricum (Zenkar) Tagg, using Ecological Niche Modeling and Conservation Action Plan, Institut Français de Pondichéry, Pondicherry, 35 p..
MURTHY M.S.R., RAMESH B.R., GIRIRAJ A., PATIL S. V. and [et al.], 2003. Habitate analysis of endemics and conservation zoning in wet evergreen forest of Tirunelveli hills (Tamil Nadu, India) using remote sensing and GIS, National Remote Sensing Agency, Hyderabad, 38 p..