Dr Upamanyu Hore

Asst. Professor (Grade-I)

Amity Institute of Forestry and Wildlife
 
  • Qualifications

    Graduation : B.Sc(Zoology)-2001,University of Calcutta

    Post Graduation : M.Sc(Environmental Science)-2003,University of Kalyani

    Doctorate : Ph.D(Wildlife Science)-2010,Saurashtra University

    NET : NET,-

  • Experience

    14 Jul 2010 - Present
    Asst. Professor (Grade-I),
    Amity Institute of Forestry and Wildlife

    01 Dec 2009 - 30 Jun 2010
    Project Fellow,
    Rufford Foundation,
    -

    01 Jan 2004 - 30 Nov 2009
    Research Fellow,
    Wildlife Institute of India,
    -

  • Current Courses Taught

    Natural Resource & Management

    Professional Ethics and Social Responsibility

    Science Communication

  • Publications

    Studies on the Spider Fauna in Mixed Sal Forest Area of Chandrabani, Dehra Dun ,
    Indian Forester

    Spider Assemblage in the Heterogeneous Landscape of Terai Conservation Area, India ,
    Grupo Ibérico de Aracnología

    Diversity and composition of spider assemblages in five vegetation types of the Terai Conservation Area, India ,
    The Journal of Arachnology

    Effect of prescribed burning on spider assemblage in Terai Grasslands, India ,
    Turkish Journal of Arachnology

    The use of spiders (Araneae) as indicator for monitoring of habitat conditions in Terai Conservation Area, India. ,
    Indian Forester

    Influence of space, vegetation structure, and microclimate on spider (Araneae) species composition in Terai Conservation Area, India ,
    Natural History Museum, Bern

    Butterfly Abundance & Diversity patterns in urban habitats of Kolkata & adjoining suburban areas ,
    Daya Publication

    Higher taxa surrogacy and efficiency in spider conservation: A case study from Terai Conservation Area, India ,
    WII ENVIS

    Higher taxa surrogacy and efficiency in spider conservation: A case study from Terai Conservation Area, India ,
    WII ENVIS

  • Projects

    Study on “Effects of Habitat Fragmentation on Capped Langur in Assam(Ministry of Environment and Forests)
    Research Project on Primatesby (Ministry of Environment and Forests)

    Study on Golden Langur, Trachypithecus geei threatened by habitat fragmentation in Assam, India(AIGWES)
    Primate Conservation Projectby (MOEFCC)

  • Activities

    Chaturvedi Prize award by Indian Forester for Best Research Paper in Wildlife 2008 Exemplary contribution to Human Rights by IPAC Foundation 2015

  • Conferences attended

    National Congress for Entomology
    Organized By :Punjabi University, Patiala

    Biodiversity among Mountainous states of India
    Organized By :Gurukul Kangri University

    Climate Change and Response Measures
    Organized By :TERI

    Wildlife Crime Prevention: Training for trainers
    Organized By :Wildlife Trust of India

    Impact of Natural Disasters on Wildlife and Mitigation Strategies
    Organized By :Amity Institute of Wildlife Sciences

    Interact Conclave on Waste Management
    Organized By :Amity International School Mayur Vihar

  • Scholary Activities

    Wildlife Crime Prevention: Training for trainers
    Organized By :Wildlife Trust of India