Dipto Sarkar
Dipto Sarkar
Carleton University, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies
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Recovery of tree and mammal communities during large‐scale forest regeneration in Kibale National Park, Uganda
PA Omeja, MJ Lawes, A Corriveau, K Valenta, D Sarkar, FP Paim, ...
Biotropica 48 (6), 770-779, 2016
262016
How do primates survive among humans? Mechanisms employed by vervet monkeys at Lake Nabugabo, Uganda
CA Chapman, D Twinomugisha, JA Teichroeb, K Valenta, R Sengupta, ...
Ethnoprimatology, 77-94, 2016
262016
Social Behaviours and Networks of Vervet Monkeys Are Influenced by Gastrointestinal Parasites
Colin A. Chapman , Sagan Friant, Kathleen Godfrey, Cynthia Liu, Dipto Sakar ...
PLoS ONE 11 (8), 2016
242016
A case-study on teaching undergraduate-level software engineering course using inverted-classroom, large-group, real-client and studio-based instruction model
A Sureka, M Gupta, D Sarkar, V Chaudhary
arXiv preprint arXiv:1309.0714, 2013
192013
Corporate editors in the evolving landscape of OpenStreetMap
J Anderson, D Sarkar, L Palen
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 8 (5), 232, 2019
152019
Metrics for characterizing network structure and node importance in Spatial Social Networks
D Sarkar, C Andris, CA Chapman, R Sengupta
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 33 (5), 1017-1039, 2019
122019
GIScience considerations in spatial social networks
D Sarkar, R Sieber, R Sengupta
The Annual International Conference on Geographic Information Science, 85-98, 2016
112016
Countering elephant raiding with Short Message Service: Challenges of deploying public participation‐based systems in a setting with sparse Information Communication …
D Sarkar, CA Chapman, W Kagoro, R Sengupta
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 60 (4), 493-504, 2016
72016
Recovery of the animal and plant communities across large scales in Kibale National Park, Uganda
PA Omeja, MJ Lawes, A Corriveau, K Valenta, FP Paim, CA Chapman
Biotropica 48 (6), 770-729, 2016
72016
Analyzing animal movement characteristics from location data
D Sarkar, CA Chapman, L Griffin, R Sengupta
Transactions in GIS 19 (4), 516-534, 2015
72015
A cloud computing-based approach to mapping mangrove erosion and progradation: Case studies from the Sundarbans and French Guiana
R Bhargava, D Sarkar, DA Friess
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 248, 106798, 2021
52021
Primates can be a rallying symbol to promote tropical forest restoration
CA Chapman, JC Bicca-Marques, AE Dunham, P Fan, PJ Fashing, ...
Folia Primatologica 91 (6), 669-687, 2020
42020
A tiered analysis of community benefits and conservation engagement from the Makerere University Biological Field Station, Uganda
D Sarkar, CA Chapman, K Valenta, SC Angom, W Kagoro, R Sengupta
The Professional Geographer 71 (3), 422-436, 2019
42019
Curious Cases of Corporations in OpenStreetMap
J Anderson, D Sarkar
Proceedings of the Academic Track at the State of the Map 2020 Online Conference, 2020
22020
Corporate Editors in the Evolving Landscape of OpenStreetMap: A Close Investigation of the Impact to the Map & Community
J Anderson, D Sarkar, L Palen
Editors, 17, 2019
22019
Automated extraction of movement rationales for building agent-based models: example of a red Colobus monkey group
R Sengupta, CC Chapman, D Sarkar, S Bortolamiol
Agent-Based Models and Complexity Science in the Age of Geospatial Big Data …, 2018
22018
Traffic Prediction Framework for OpenStreetMap using Deep Learning based Complex Event Processing and Open Traffic Cameras
P Yadav, D Sarkar, D Salwala, E Curry
arXiv preprint arXiv:2008.00928, 2020
12020
Methods for the Geographic Representation of Interpersonal Relationships and Social Life
C Andris, D Sarkar
Abstracts of the ICA 1, NA-NA, 2019
12019
森林有蹄类动物种群的长期动态变化: 公园的建立增加了个体数量, 但偷猎仍是一个持续的威胁
R Hou, R Reyna-Hurtado, P Omeja, C Tumwesigye, D Sarkar, ...
Zoological Research 42 (2), 207-211, 2021
2021
Long-term trends in a forest ungulate community: park establishment increases numbers, but poaching is a constant threat
R Hou, R Reyna-Hurtado, P Omeja, C Tumwesigye, D Sarkar, ...
Zoological research 42 (2), 207, 2021
2021
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