Population Ecology Laboratory Department of Wildlife Ecology and Conservation


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Oli, M. K., and B. Zinner. 2001. Partial life cycle analysis: a model for pre-breeding census data. Oikos, 93:376-387. pdf


Oli, M. K., and F. S. Dobson. 2001. Population cycles in small mammals: the α hypothesis. Journal of Mammalogy, 82:573-581. pdf


Oli, M. K., N. H. Holler, and M. C. Wooten. 2001. Viability analysis of Gulf Coast beach mice (Peromyscus polionotus) populations. Biological Conservation, 97:107-118. pdf


Howard G, V. J. Howard, C. R. Katholi, M. K. Oli, and S. Houston 2001. The decline in stroke mortality: an analysis of temporal patterns by sex, race and geographic region. Stroke, 32:2213-2220. pdf


Oli, M. K. 1999. The Chitty effect: A consequence of dynamic energy allocation in a fluctuating environment. Theoretical Population Biology, 56:293-300. pdf


Oli, M. K., and F. S. Dobson. 1999. Population cycles in small mammals: the role of age at sexual maturity. Oikos, 86:557-565. pdf


Oli, M. K. 1997. Winter home range of snow leopards in Nepal. Mammalia, 61:355-360.


Oli, M. K., H. A. Jacobson, and B. D. Leopold. 1997. Denning ecology of black bears at White River National Wildlife Refuge, Arkansas. Journal of Wildlife Management, 61:700-706.


Oli, M. K. 1996. Seasonal patterns in the habitat use of blue sheep Pseudois nayaur (Artiodactyla, Bovidae) in Nepal. Mammalia, 60:187-193.


White, T. H., M. K. Oli, B. D. Leopold, and H. A. Jacobson. 1996. Field evaluation of Telazol and Ketamine-Xylazine for immobilizing black bears. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 24:521-527.


Oli, M. K., and M. E. Rogers. 1996. Group size and population composition of blue sheep in Nepal. Journal of Wildlife Management, 60:797-801.


Oli, M. K., and H. A. Jacobson. 1995. Vocalization of barking deer (Muntiacus muntjak) in Nepal. Mammalia 59:179-86.


Oli, M. K. 1994. Snow leopards and blue sheep in Nepal: Densities and predator-prey ratio. Journal of Mammalogy 75:998-1004.


Oli, M. K., I. R. Taylor, and M. E. Rogers. 1994. Snow leopard (Panthera uncia) predation of livestock: an assessment of local perceptions in the Annapurna Conservation Area, Nepal. Biological Conservation 68:63-68.


Oli, M. K., I. R. Taylor, and M. E. Rogers. 1993. Diet of the snow leopard (Panthera uncia) in the Annapurna Conservation Area, Nepal. Journal of Zoology (London) 231:367-370.


Oli, M. K. 1993. A key for the identification of the hair of mammals of a snow leopard (Panthera uncia) habitat in Nepal. Journal of Zoology (London) 231:71-93.




Dobson, F. S. and M. K. Oli. 2007. Fast and slow life histories of rodents. In: Rodent societies (J. Wolff and P. Sherman, eds.), pp. 99-105. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Il. pdf.


Oli, M. K.1997. Battered bruins. Wildlife Conservation, 100(6):22-29.


Wegge, P., and M. K. Oli. 1997. Country report for Nepal. Pages 231-239, in: D. Shackleton (Editor and compiler), Status survey and conservation action plan for Caprinae: Wild sheep and goats and their relatives. International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN), Gland, Switzerland.


Oli, M. K. 1995. The snow leopard dilemma: will they persist? Pages 433-442, In: Regional conference proceedings, 1995. American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums.


Oli, M. K. 1994. Snow leopards and a local human population in a protected area - a case study from the Nepalese Himalaya. p. 51-64, in: J. L. Fox and J. Du (Eds.), Proceedings of the Seventh International Snow Leopard Symposium (Xining, Qinghai, China, July 25-30, 1992). International Snow Leopard Trust, Seattle, and the Chicago Zoological Society, Chicago, IL.


Oli, M. K. 1994. Ghost in the snow. BBC Wildlife 12:30-35. This article was also published in German as: Phantom aus dem Schnee. BBC Wildlife, Das internationale Tier- Magazin, 12:8-13.


Oli, M. K. 1993. Snow cats. Wildlife Conservation, 96:38-43. This article was also published in Chinese as: Snow cats. Studio Classroom 2:28-30 (English), 2:48-50.


Oli, M. K. 1988. Catalog of behaviors and diurnal activity pattern of captive muntjaks (Muntiacus muntjak). Pp. 304-308, in: Proceedings of the First National Conference on Science and Technology. Royal Nepal Academy of Science and Technology, Kathmandu, Nepal.

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