Publications and Presentations
Ingty T, Erb A, Zhang X, Schaaf C, Bawa KS (2021) Reconciling indigenous peoples’ perceptions with meteorological data, and observations from space to document climate change in the Himalaya. AMBIO. [Under Review]
Ingty T, Erb A, Zhang X, Schaaf, C, Bawa, K.S (2021) Climate change is leading to rapid shifts in seasonality in the Himalaya. Scientific Reports. [Submitted]
Ingty, T (2021). Pastoralism in the highest peaks: Role of the traditional grazing systems in maintaining biodiversity and ecosystem function in the alpine Himalaya. PLOS ONE, 16(1), e0245221.
Bawa KS, Ingty T, Revell LJ, Shivaprakash KN (2019). Correlated evolution of flower size and seed number in flowering plants (monocotyledons). Annals of Botany, 123(1), 181–190.
Ingty T (2017) High mountain communities and climate change: adaptation, traditional ecological knowledge, and institutions. Climatic Change, 145(1–2), 41–55.
Aryal A, Shrestha UB, Ji W, Ale SB, Shrestha S, Ingty T, Maraseni T, Cockfield G, Raubenheimer D (2016). Predicting the distributions of predator (snow leopard) and prey (blue sheep) under climate change in the Himalaya. Ecology and Evolution, 6(12), 4065–4075.
Ingty T (2011) Changing with the Seasons. Current Conservation, 5(3), 24–31.
Bawa KS, Ingty T (2021). Role of pollinators in driving structure and composition of tropical forests. In preparation.
Book and Book Chapters
Ingty T, Subba B, Momin S, Lamsal D (2015) Framed Himalaya: Lachen Valley. Ashoka Trust for Research in Ecology and the Environment (ATREE), Bangalore, India.
Ingty T, Bawa KS (2015) Climate change in Sikkim: Synthesis and a Case Study from Lachen Valley, North Sikkim. In S. Hazarika & R. Banerjee (Eds.), Climate Change in the Eastern Himalaya: Impact on Livelihood, Growth and Poverty. Academic Publications, Delhi.
Ingty T, Bawa KS (2012) Climate change and indigenous people. In M. L. Arrawatia & S. Tambe (Eds.), Climate Change in Sikkim Patterns, Impacts and Initiatives. (pp. 275–290). Information and Public Relations Department,Government of Sikkim, Gangtok
Bawa KS, Ingty T(2012) Climate Change in Sikkim: A Synthesis. In M. L. Arrawatia & S. Tambe (Eds.), Climate Change in Sikkim Patterns, Impacts and Initiatives. (pp. 413–424). Information and Public Relations Department,Government of Sikkim, Gangtok.
Ingty,T. 2014 Response of agro-pastoral communities to climate change in the Eastern Himalayas. Student Conference on Conservation Science - American Museum of Natural History. New York.
Ingty,T. 2014. Impacts of climate change on patterns of natural resource use of agro-pastoral communities and their response based on traditional ecological knowledge. 14th Congress of the International Society of Ethnobiology (Bhutan).
Ingty,T., Bawa,K.S. 2013. Climate Change in Sikkim a Synthesis and perceptions Case Study in Lachen Valley. International Conference on ‘The Eastern Himalaya: Climate Change, Livelihoods and Poverty’. Centre for North East Studies and Policy Research. Jamia Millia Islamia. Delhi.
Ingty,T.2012. Perceptions of agro-pastoral indigenous communities to the cascading effects of climate change- studies form Sikkim, Eastern Himalaya. International Conference on Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation for Food and Environmental Security. SEARCA, Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines.
Ingty,T. 2012. Impacts of climate change on patterns of natural resource use by agro-pastoral communities in the Eastern Hilmalayas.3rd National Research Conference on Climate Change. Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.
Ingty,T. 2012. Indigenous people and climate change: impacts and response from the Eastern Himalaya. Society of Conservation Biology (SCB) Asia conference, Bangalore.
Ingty,T. 2011.Changing with the seasons: indigenous peoples perceptions on climate change. Young Ecologists Talk and Interact (YETI), Guwahati.
Ingty,T. 2011. Impacts of climate change on the patterns of natural resources utilization by agro-pastoral communities in the alpine Eastern Himalayas and their response based on their traditional ecological knowledge. ATREE-NORAGRIC small grants programme workshop.
Ingty,T. 2019. Climate change in the highest peaks: Impacts and responses of indigenous people to changing climatic conditions in the Easter Himalaya. Guest Lecture Biology 112 course. University of Massachusetts Boston. Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Ingty,T. 2019.ATREE @20: Two decades of sustainability sciences for India. Dimensions of Sustainability. University of Massachusetts Boston. Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Ingty,T. 2018. Impacts of Climate Change on High Altitude Pastoral Farming Communities and Adaptation Strategies. State Level Round Table Meeting-Chintan Bhawan (State Legislative house).Gangtok, Sikkim, India.
Ingty,T. 2015.Going global to local: challenges of urbanization, migration and climate change in the developing world. General Biology II (Biology 112), University of Massachusetts Boston. Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Ingty,T. 2010. The melting third pole: climate change in the Himalaya. HSBC Climate Partnership workshop sponsored by the Earthwatch Institute and ATREE, Bangalore, India.
Ingty,T. 2015.Response of socio-ecological systems to climate change in alpine ecosystems of the Himalaya. University of Massachusetts Boston Biology Department Fall 2015, Seminar Series. Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Ingty,T. 2018. Reconciling indigenous peoples’ perceptions with climate change data: A case study of high mountain communities in the Himalaya. College of Science and Mathematics Showcase Poster session- University of Massachusetts Boston. Boston, Massachusetts, USA.