Gharial Conservation Alliance

Notes from the Field

Gharial Spatial Database

Gharial Spatial Database has been constructed to serve as a freely accessible platform for monitoring gharial population and their conservation threats, inside and outside protected areas. This database will help us assess the status of gharial across the range in India and develop a prioritization mechanism to determine the most important areas for gharial conservation, […]

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Status Assessment of Gharial – Project Update

Project Title: Status assessment of Gharial (Gavialis gangeticus) in four southern tributaries (Betwa, Ken, Tons &¬†Son) of the Yamuna – Ganga Drainage. The Critically Endangered Gharial (Gavialis gangeticus, Gmelin, 1789) is endemic to the Indian subcontinent. Historically, the species occurred across the Indus, Ganges, Brahmaputra, Mahanadi and Irrawaddy drainages. However, they are now restricted to […]

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Gharial and Chambal Information Databases

These databases are a collection of literature on Gharial and Chambal River. These were developed by Tarun Nair, Y. Chaitanya Krishna and Shakthi Sritharan to help conservationists, students, researchers, field staff, resource managers and anybody interested in ¬†Gharial and Chambal.   Gharial Information Database. Chambal Information Database.

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