(complete manuscripts can be provided upon request)
D’souza, E. & Patankar, V. (2008) First underwater sighting and preliminary behavioural observations of Dugongs in the wild from Indian waters, Andaman Islands. (In press)
D’souza, E., Raveendran, E.K., Rajan, P.T., Patankar, V. (In Press) Dugong dugon (Müller) in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands – Stranding, Accidental catch, Mortality Database and Traditional Hunting by Aboriginal Tribes. Book Chapter. Recent trends in Biodiversity of Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
D’souza, E. & Patankar, V. (2008). Out of the Blue. Sanctuary Asia Vol. XXVIII No.1
Patankar, V. (2007) First Post-tsunami Sighting of the Coconut Crab in the Nicobar Islands. Oryx, 41(3) 1-2.
Edward, J.K.P., Kulkarni, S., Jayabaskaran, R., Lazarus, S., Mary, A., Venkataraman, K., Das, S.P., Tamelander, J., Rajasuriya, A., Jayakumar, K., Kumaraguru, K.A., Marimuthu, N., Sluka N. & Wilson, J. (2006) The effects of the 2004 Tsunami on mainland India and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. pp. 85-97. Status of Coral Reefs in Tsunami affected countries: 2005. (Eds.) C. Wilkinson, D. Souter and J.Goldberg. GCRMN, Ausralian Institute of Marine Science. pp. 154.
Kulkarni, S., Patankar, V. & D’souza, E. (2005) Tsunami Impact Assessment of Coral Reefs in the Andaman and Nicobar, Final Report submitted to CORDIO, Sweden.
Nambath, S. (2005) Reefs at a relook The Hindu Magazine Sunday, Apr 17, 2005.
Menon, M., D’souza, E., Laghate, M. & Patankar, V. (2005) Coastal Environment of Mumbai City and Suburbs, Technical Report, Reef Watch Marine Conservation, Mumbai.
Chandi, M. (2005) Tribes of the Andaman & Nicobar Islands, Technical Report Submitted to Reef Watch Marine Conservation, Mumbai.
Chandi, M. (2005) Coastal Ecology of Great Nicobar after the Tsunami of December 26th 2004, Technical Report Submitted to Reef Watch Marine Conservation, Mumbai.
Arthur, R. (2005) Patterns and processes of reef recovery and human resource use in the Lakshadweep Islands, Indian Ocean. PhD thesis, James Cook University, Queensland, Australia.
Kulkarni, S. (2003) Spatio-Temporal Changes in Coral Community Structure in M.G. Marine National Park, Andaman Islands Ph. D. thesis, Pune University, India.
Kulkarni, S. & Chandi, M. (2002) Note on breeding of Andaman Teal (Anas gibberiferons) in South Andaman Islands, India J. Bombay Nat. History Soc. Vol 100,(1), pp.112-113.
Kulkarni, S. (2002) Rapid Assessment of Existing Status and Opportunities in Eco-tourism in Sindhudurg, Maharashtra, 2002, pp 21.
Kulkarni, S. (2002) Feasibility Survey for the Ecological Studies of Whale Sharks along the Coast of Gujarat, Technical report, Reef Watch Marine Conservation, pp17.
Rodriguez, S. (2004) Comprehensive and Long-Term Strategy for Whale Shark Conservation, Preliminary Assessment Report, Reef Watch Marine Conservation, Mumbai. pp 56.
Kulkarni, S. & Hanfee, F. (2002) Feasibility Survey for the conservation of Whale Sharks in the Gulf of Kutcch: Issues, Problems and Directions, Interim Report submitted to Shark Research Institute. USA.
Kulkarni, S. & Saxena, A. (2002) The Conservation Status of Coral Reefs of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. pp. 103-113 Coral Reef Degradation in the Indian Ocean2002. (eds.) Olof Lind.n, David Souter, Dan Wilhelmsson & David. CORDIO/GCRMN Status Report. pp283.
Sippy, S. & Nath, P. (2000) Mission Malvan Sanctuary Asia Vol. XX No.1, February.