This page contains the publications of the IFP that are freely downloadable online. It includes the CSH-IFP Working Paper Series as well as some older publications that have gone out of print.
Hierarchical hidden Markov structure for dynamic correlations: the hierarchical RSDC model (revised version)
Managing catastrophe risks: the case of seisms
Data Paper – High Resolution Vegetation Cover Data for the Southern Western Ghats of India. (IFP_ECODATA_VEGETATION)
Analyzing Canopy Heterogeneity of the Tropical Forests by Texture Analysis of Very-High Resolution Images - A Case Study in the Western Ghats of India [E-paper]
Assessment and Conservation of Forest Biodiversity in the Western Ghats of Karnataka, India. 2. Assessment of Tree Biodiversity, Logging Impact and General Discussion. [E-paper]
Assessment and Conservation of Forest Biodiversity in the Western Ghats of Karnataka, India. 1. General Introduction and Forest Land Cover and Land Use Changes (1977-1997) [E-paper]
Data Paper – High-Resolution Topographic and Bioclimatic Data for the Southern Western Ghats of India (IFP_ECODATA_BIOCLIM) [E-paper]
Assessment of forest biological diversity. A FAO training course. 2. Case study in India.
Assessment of forest biological diversity. A FAO training course. 1. Lecture notes.
Dynamics of the dense moist evergreen forests. Long term monitoring of an experimental station in Kodagu district (Karnataka, India).
Modelling tree architecture and forest dynamics. A research project in the dense moist evergreen forests of the Western Ghats (South India).
Architecture and growth strategy of two evergreen species of the Estern Ghats (South India): Knema attenuata (J. Hk. & Thw.) Warb (Myristicaceæ) and Vateria indica L. (Dipterocarpaceæ).
SAARC. Economic and political atlas.
To give or not to give… From brideprice to dowry in Maharashtra (Pune District).
The making of democratic inequality. Caste, class, lobbies and politics in contemporary India (1880-1995).
Pollen of wet evergreen forests of the Western Ghats, India.
Anthropic action on the vegetation in the Western Ghats of India (Shimoga District, Karnataka). A study using agrarian systems analysis.
Socio-economic impact of the Green Revolution on Tamil rural society. The example of the Pondicherry area.
British forestry in the Western Ghats (India) and French forestry in Indochina. A comparison.
To migrate or to stay in the Maidan. A survey in two rural systems in South Karnataka.