Select Publications


RAMESH B.R., AYYAPPAN N., GRARD P., PROSPERI J., ARAVAJY S. and PASCAL J.-P., 2010. BIOTIK : Biodiversity Informatics and co-Operation in Taxonomy for Interactive Shared Knowledge Base. Western Ghats v.1.0. A multimedia identification system of evergreen tree species of the Western Ghats, India [DVD & Online Application], Collection Ecologie; 46, Institut Français de Pondichéry, Pondicherry, ISBN: 978-81-8470-168-5. [Publisher link]


DE FRANCESCHI D., RAMESH B.R. and PASCAL J.-P., 2002. Forest Map of South India. 5. Coimbatore-Thrissur [Map], Institut Français de Pondichéry, Pondicherry, ISBN: 978-81-8470-109-8, Scale: 1: 250,000. [Publisher link]

Book chapters

PASCAL J.-P., 2001. Floristic composition and distribution of evergreen forest in the Western Ghats, India, In: Gunnell Y., Radhakrishna B.P. (ed), Sahyadri: the great escarpment of the Indian subscontinent (Patterns of Landscape Development in the Western Ghats). Memoir, Memoir; 47(2), Geological Society of India, Bangalore, p. 961-971, ISBN: 81-85867-46-1. [Publisher link]

Peer-reviewed journal articles

PÉLISSIER R., PASCAL J.-P., AYYAPPAN N., RAMESH B.R., ARAVAJY S. and RAMALINGAM S., 2011. Twenty years of tree demography in an undisturbed dipterocarp Permanent Sample Plot at Uppangala, Western Ghats of India, Ecology, 92 (6) : 1376. Data Paper: Ecological Archives E092-115. [Publisher link]
ZOBI I.C., PASCAL J.-P., COUTERON P. and KOUADIO K.B., 2008. Improving the Precision of Forestry Experimentation with Covariance, Journal of Applied Sciences, 8 (5) : 866-870, DOI : 10.3923/jas.2008.866.870. [Publisher link]
GARCIA C., PASCAL J.-P. and KUSHALAPPA C.G., 2006. Les forêts sacrées du Kodagu en Inde : écologie et religion, Bois et Forêts des Tropiques, 288 (2) : 5-23. [Publisher link]
PASCAL J.-P., RAMESH B.R. and DE FRANCESCHI D., 2004. Wet evergreen forest types of Southern Western Ghats, India, Tropical Ecology, 45 (2) : 281-292. [Publisher link]
PUYRAVAUD J.-P., DAVIDAR P., PASCAL J.-P. and RAMESH B.R., 2003. Analysis of threatened endemic trees of the Western Ghats of India sheds new light on the Red Data Book of Indian Plants, Biodiversity and Conservation, 12 (10) : 2091-2106. [Publisher link]