Ram P. Sharma, PhD
Ram P. Sharma, PhD
Institute of Forestry, Tribhuwan University
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Modelling dominant height growth from national forest inventory individual tree data with short time series and large age errors
RP Sharma, A Brunner, T Eid, BH Øyen
Forest Ecology and Management 262 (12), 2162-2175, 2011
Site index prediction from site and climate variables for Norway spruce and Scots pine in Norway
RP Sharma, A Brunner, T Eid
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 27 (7), 619-636, 2012
Nonlinear mixed-effects crown width models for individual trees of Chinese fir (Cunninghamia lanceolata) in south-central China
L Fu, H Sun, RP Sharma, Y Lei, H Zhang, S Tang
Forest Ecology and Management 302, 210-220, 2013
Individual tree crown width models for Norway spruce and European beech in Czech Republic
RP Sharma, Z Vacek, S Vacek
Forest Ecology and Management 366, 208-220, 2016
Using linear mixed model and dummy variable model approaches to construct compatible single-tree biomass equations at different scales–A case study for Masson pine in Southern …
LY Fu, WS Zeng, SZ Tang, RP Sharma, HK Li
Journal of Forest Science 58 (3), 101-115, 2012
Modeling height-diameter relationships for Norway spruce, Scots pine, and downy birch using Norwegian national forest inventory data
RP Sharma, J Breidenbach
Forest Science and Technology 11 (1), 44-53, 2015
A generalized interregional nonlinear mixed-effects crown width model for Prince Rupprecht larch in northern China
L Fu, RP Sharma, K Hao, S Tang
Forest Ecology and Management 389, 364-373, 2017
Modelling height-diameter relationship for Chir pine trees
RP Sharma
Banko Janakari 19 (2), 3-9, 2009
A generalized nonlinear mixed-effects height to crown base model for Mongolian oak in northeast China
L Fu, H Zhang, RP Sharma, L Pang, G Wang
Forest ecology and management 384, 34-43, 2017
Dynamics of Nitrogen fractions with long-term addition of Lantana camara biomass in rice–wheat cropping sequence
RP Sharma, TS Verma
Journal of the Indian society of Soil Science 49 (3), 407-412, 2001
Modelling crown width–diameter relationship for Scots pine in the central Europe
RP Sharma, L Bílek, Z Vacek, S Vacek
Trees, 1-15, 2017
Soil and vegetation carbon pools in two community forests of Palpa district, Nepal
Y Khanal, RP Sharma, CP Upadhyaya
Banko Janakari 20 (2), 34-40, 2010
Nonlinear mixed effect height-diameter model for mixed species forests in the central part of the Czech Republic
RP Sharma, Z Vacek, S Vacek
Jounal of Forest Science 62 (10), 470-484, 2016
Modeling individual tree height to diameter ratio for Norway spruce and European beech in Czech Republic
RP Sharma, Z Vacek, S Vacek
Trees -Structure and Functions, 1-14, 2016
Allometric biomass models for bark of Cinnamomum tamala in mid-hill of Nepal
MR Subedi, RP Sharma
biomass and bioenergy 47, 44-49, 2012
When, where and whom: assessing wildlife attacks on people in Chitwan National Park, Nepal
T Silwal, J Kolejka, BP Bhatta, S Rayamajhi, RP Sharma, BS Poudel
Oryx 51 (2), 370-377, 2017
Allometric models for total-tree and component-tree biomass of Alnus nepalensis D. Don in Nepal.
RP Sharma
Indian Forester 137 (12), 1386-1390, 2011
Modelling individual tree height to crown base of Norway spruce (Picea abies (L.) Karst.) and European beech (Fagus sylvatica L.)
RP Sharma, Z Vacek, S Vacek, V Podrazsky, V Jansa
PLoS ONE, 2017
Modelling a system of nonlinear additive crown width models applying seemingly unrelated regression for Prince Rupprecht larch in northern China
L Fu, RP Sharma, W Guangxing, S Tang
Forest Ecology and Management 386 (2017), 71-80, 2017
An assessment of the effect of vegetation size and type, and altitude on above ground plant biomass and carbon
B Neupane, RP Sharma
Journal of Agricultural and Crop research 2 (3), 44-50, 2014
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