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Dr. Kaleem Ahmed
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Dr. Kaleem Ahmed is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Wildlife Sciences Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, and actively engaged in wildlife for the last ten years. Before joining Aligarh Muslim University. Dr. Kaleem worked as Guest Faculty, Department of Zoology, BGSB, University Rajouri. He handled a plethora of projects from endangered barasingha in terai forest to biodiversity conservation of Kumaon Himalayas. 

Dr. Kaleem engaged in providing a basic training facility to the forest staff of Dudhwa Tiger Reserve during Project Tiger and Afghan delegates in Corbett Tiger Reserve for Protected Area Management sponsored by WCS and Snow Leopard Trust. Dr. Kaleem also worked as a consultant to prepare the Biodiversity Conservation plan of Kaimoor Wildlife Sanctuary. He also worked as a consultant to assess the Biodiversity of Jasrota Wildlife Sanctuary, Kathua with Wildlife Protection Department, Govt. of Jammu and Kashmir. 

Dr. Kaleem teaches Animal Behaviour, Ornithology,  Biodiversity Conservation, and Wildlife Conservation at the Department of Wildlife Sciences at the postgraduate level. Dr. Kaleem is a member of various international bodies like IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas, IUCN Commission on Education and Communication (CEC), GEOBON: Biodiversity Observations Network, Germany, World Academy of Science: Scientific and Technical Committee & Editorial Review Board Member, Dubai, etc. Dr. Kaleem is also presently working as Warden in Sir Ziuadin Hall, AMU, Aligarh. 

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WLM2002: fitness consequences of inbreeding in natural populations and their implications for species conservation
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WLM2002: Evidence for local outbreeding depression
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WLM2002: Endemism
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WLM2002: Methods for Quantifying Wildlife Habitat in Large Landscapes
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WLM2002: Demographic Stochasticity
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WLM2002: INBREEDING AND OUTBREEDING
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WLM2002: Population Viability Analysis
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WLM2002: Conservation Genetics
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WLM2002: POPULATIONS, SPECIES, AND CONSERVATION GENETICS
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WLM2002: Application of Population Viability Analysis to Landscape Conservation Planning
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WLM2002: Conservation Biology
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WLM3002 Study Material: Costs of dispersal
17/02/2021
WLM3002 Study Material: Effects of seasonal migration on the latitudinal distribution of west Palaearctic bird species
17/02/2021
WLM3002 Study Material: Fitness Costs and Benefits Associated with Dispersal in Northern Bobwhites
17/02/2021
WLM3002 Study Material: Patterns of animal migration
17/02/2021
WLM3002 Study Material: Methods of Studying Animal Behavior Altman 1974
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WLM3002 Study Material: Imprinting
17/02/2021
WLM3002 Study Material: Do Animals Have Insight
17/02/2021
WLM3002 Study Material: Natural selection and speciation
17/02/2021
WLM3002 Study Material: ON THE SURVIVAL OF MALLARD DUCKS AFTER "HABITUATION"
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WLM2002: Inbreeding effects in wild populations
12/10/2021
WLM2002: inbreeding depression in an endangered bird
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