Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences - Geography Department



  • Kalam, T., T.A. Puttaveerasawamy, R.K. Srivastava, J.P. Puyravaud & P. Davidar (2020). Spatial aggregation and specificity of incidents with wildlife make tea plantations in southern India potential buffers with protected areas. Journal of Threatened Taxa 12(11) (PDF)
  • Kalam, T., Baishya, H.K., & Smith, D. (2018). Lethal Fence Electrocution: A Major Threat to Asian Elephants In Assam, India, Tropical Conservation Science (8), 1-8 (PDF)
  • Diengdoh, B.H., & Kalam, T. (2018). Climate Change Mitigation and the Sacred: Can REDD+ Renew Interest of Local Khasi Communities in Conserving Sacred Groves in Meghalaya? Culture and Sustainability: A Value-based Approach to Development. Synergy Books, New Delhi.
  • Bennathaniel H.D., Lasara, L.M.L. & Kalam, T. (2018). “Can Redd+ and Ecotourism Coexist? Integrating Redd+ and Ecotourism in Meghalaya: Potential and Implications” in Climate Change and the Developing Countries, Cambridge Scholar’s Publishing, UK (PDF)
  • Kalam, T. (2016) “Trailing elephants in Assam: The journey of a South Indian” The Fine Print, Tezpur Central University, Assam (PDF)
  • Bhaskar, A. & Kalam, T. (2016) “Tropical mountain wetlands” Current Science, 1446-1447 (PDF)