About Mohammed Ashraf
Mohammed Ashraf is wildlife ecologist whose academic interest broadly focused on estimating the distribution and population parameters of vertebrate species that are facing extinction crisis in tropical ecosystems. In this regard, Ashraf is particularly interested in mathematical model building to answer key demographic and spatial ecological questions in the context of species distribution and abundance. He is the founder of Species Ecology (www.speciesecology.wordpress.com)
Wildlife Ecology, Conservation Management, Vertebrate Species, Mathematical Modeling, Population Ecology, Species Distribution Model (SDM), Statistical Model, Linux based Mathematical Programming, Python Programming, R Programming Environment, LaTeX Implementation, Website Construction and Design, WordPress
Honors and Awards
- Higher National Diploma, Ecology & Conservation Management, UK
- Bachelor of Science with Honors in Wildlife Biology, UK
Wildlife Science (2)
Wildlife Conservation (2)
Tiger Conservation (13)
Conservation prioritization for the wild tigers in the Bangladesh Sundarbans
Tigerpaper: United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization's (UN-FAO) Regional Asia Pacific (RAP) Journal. (2012)
Tiger- the charismatic mega-carnivore is a globally endangered species despite the concerted international conservation initiatives over the past several decades ...
The eco-political perspective: Tiger conservation in Bangladesh as case study
Tigerpaper: United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization's (UN-FAO) Regional Asia Pacific (RAP) Journal (2010)
Tigers evolved from the genus Panthera approximately two million years ago during the Cenozoic era and were widely distributed in ...
The extirpation of Bali and Javan tiger: lessons from the ...
Tigerpaper: United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization's (UN-FAO) Regional Asia Pacific (RAP) Journal (2006)
This article provide background information pertaining to the disappearance of two sub-species of tigers from South East Asia. These wild ...
Mangrove forest and wild tiger ecology: Conservation implications
Institute for Ecological and Environmental Management (IEEM-UK) - In Practice Magazine UK (2004)
Sundarbans mangrove ecosystem in bangladesh is unique due to its high socio-ecological and ecosystem significance. This ecosystem is the only ...
Species Ecology (2)
Tropical Mangroves; Biologically Most Diverse 'The Global 200' Ecosystem: Megachiroptera ...
E-Newsletter (Issue 315) of Mangrove Action Project (MAP), Washington, USA (2013)
Mangrove forests are comprised of unique plant species that form the critical interface between terrestrial, estuarine, and near-shore marine ecosystems ...