Dr. Muhammad  Ali Nawaz

Dr. Muhammad Ali Nawaz

Assistant Professor
Quaid-i-Azam University, Pakistan


Highest Degree
PostDoc Fellow in Ecology from University Joseph Fourier, France

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Area of Interest:

Biomedical Sciences
100%
Ecology
62%
Oncology
90%
Animal Immunization
75%
Molecualar Biology
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Khatoon, R., I. Hussain, M. Anwar and M.A. Nawaz, 2017. Diet selection of snow leopard (Panthera uncial) in Chitral, Pakistan. Turk. J. Zool., 41: 914-923.
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  2. Kabir, M., S. Hameed, H. Ali, L. Bosso and J.U. Din et al., 2017. Habitat suitability and movement corridors of grey wolf (Canis lupus) in Northern Pakistan. Plos One, Vol. 12. 10.1371/journal.pone.0187027.
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  3. Hameed, K., C.F. Riaz, M.A. Nawaz, S.M.S. Naqvi and Y. Graser et al., 2017. Trichophyton verrucosum infection in livestock in the Chitral district of Pakistan. J. Infect. Dev. Countries, 11: 326-333.
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  4. Din, J.U., H. Ali, A. Ali, M. Younus, T. Mehmood, Y. Norma-Rashid and M.A. Nawaz, 2017. Pastoralist-predator interaction at the roof of the world: Conflict dynamics and implications for conservation. Ecol. Soc., Vol. 22. .
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  5. Ali, H., M. Younus, J.U. Din, R. Bischof and M.A. Nawaz, 2017. Do Marco Polo argali Ovis ammon polii persist in Pakistan? Oryx, 10.1017/S0030605317000229.
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  6. Zakharenka, A., K. Sharma, C. Kochorov, B. Rutherford and K. Varma et al., 2016. The Global Snow Leopard and Ecosystem Protection Program. In: Snow Leopards, McCarthy, T. and D. Mallon (Eds.)., Academic Press, London, pp: 559-573.
  7. Nawaz, M.A., Jaffar ud Din and H Buzdar, 2016. The Ecosystem Health Program: A Tool to Promote the Coexistence of Livestock Owners and Snow Leopards. In: Snow Leopards, McCarthy, T. and D. Mallon (Eds.)., Academic Press, London, pp: 188-195.
  8. Nawaz, M.A., Jaffar Ud Din, S.A. Shah and A.A. Khan, 2016. The Trophy Hunting Program: Enhancing Snow Leopard Prey Populations Through Community Participation. In: Snow Leopards, McCarthy, T. and D. Mallon (Eds.)., Academic Press, London, pp: 220-229.
  9. Nawaz, M.A. and C. Mishra, 2016. Setting Up Community Based Livestock Vaccination Initiatives for Wildlife Conservation: A Case Study of Ecosystem Health Program. In: The Partners Principles for Community-Based Conservation, Snow Leopard, Mishra, C. (Ed.)., Trust, Seattle, USA., pp: 149-162.
  10. Jaffar ud Din, H. Ali and M.A. Nawaz, 2016. The Current State of Snow Leopard Conservation in Pakistan. In: Snow Leopards, McCarthy, T. and D. Mallon (Eds.)., Academic Press, London, pp: 486-491.
  11. Hameed, K., S. Angelone-Alasaad, J.U. Din, M.A. Nawaz and L. Rossi, 2016. The threatening but unpredictable Sarcoptes scabiei: First deadly outbreak in the Himalayan lynx, Lynx lynx isabellinus, from Pakistan. Parasit. Vect., Vol. 9. 10.1186/s13071-016-1685-0.
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  12. Awan, M.N., A.A. Karamanlidis, M.S. Awan, M.A. Nawaz and M. Kabir, 2016. Preleminary survey on asiatic black bear in Kashmira Himalaya, Pakistan: Implications for preservation. Int. J. Conserv. Sci., 7: 719-724.
  13. Ahmad, S., S. Hameed, H. Ali, T.U. Khan, T. Mehmood and M.A. Nawaz, 2016. Carnivores' diversity and conflicts with humans in Musk Deer National Park, Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Pakistan. Eur. J. Wildlife Res., 62: 565-576.
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  14. Shehzad, W., M.A. Nawaz, F. Pompanon, E. Coissac, T. Riaz, S.A. Shah and P. Taberlet, 2015. Forest without prey: Livestock sustain a leopard Panthera pardus population in Pakistan. Oryx, 49: 248-253.
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  15. Raza, G., S.N. Mirza, M. Anwar, I. Hussain and S.W. Khan et al., 2015. Population and distribution of Himalayan Ibex, Capra ibex sibrica, in Hushe valley, Central Karakoram national park, Pakistan. Pak. J. Zool., 47: 1025-1030.
  16. Ali, H., M.A. Nawaz, M. Anwar and H. Ali, 2015. Population density and habitat use of Himalayn ibex (Capra siberica) in Nagar valley, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakitsan. Int. J. Conserv. Sci., 6: 707-714.
  17. Nawaz, M.A., J. Martin and J.E. Swenson, 2014. Identifying key habitats to conserve the threatened brown bear in the Himalaya. Biol. Conserv., 170: 198-206.
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  18. Khan, B., A. Ablimit, M.A. Nawaz, R. Ali, M.Z. Khan and R.K. Jaffaruddin, 2014. Pastoralist experience and tolerance of snow leopard, wolf and lynx predation in Karakoram Pamir Mountains. J. Bio. Environ. Sci., 5: 214-229.
  19. Bischof, R., S. Hameed, H. Ali, M. Kabir and M. Younas et al., 2014. Using time‐to‐event analysis to complement hierarchical methods when assessing determinants of photographic detectability during camera trapping. Meth. Ecol. Evolut., 5: 44-53.
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  20. Bischof, R., H. Ali, M. Kabir, S. Hameed and M.A. Nawaz, 2014. Being the underdog: An elusive small carnivore uses space with prey and time without enemies. J. Zool., 293: 40-48.
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  21. Ashraf, N., M. Anwar, I. Hussain and M.A. Nawaz, 2014. Competition for food between the markhor and domestic goat in Chitral, Pakistan. Turk. J. Zool., 38: 191-198.
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  22. Shabbir, S., M. Anwar, I. Hussain and M.A. Nawaz, 2013. Food habits and diet overlap of two sympatric carnivore species in Chitral, Pakistan. J. Anim. Plants Sci., 23: 100-107.
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  23. Din, J.U., F. Zimmermann, M. Ali, K.A. Shah, M. Ayub and S. Khan, 2013. Population assessment of Himalayan lynx (Lynx lynx isabellinus) and conflict with humans in the Hindu Kush mountain range of district Chitral, Pakistan. Integr. Zool., 8: 232-243.
  24. Shehzad, W., T. Riaz, M.A. Nawaz, C. Miquel and C. Poillot et al., 2012. Carnivore diet analysis based on next‐generation sequencing: Application to the leopard cat (Prionailurus bengalensis) in Pakistan. Mol. Ecol., 21: 1951-1965.
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  25. Nawaz, M.A., M. Rafique and N.K. Khan, 2011. Pattern of mammalian distribution in the Chagai desert, Balochistan, Pakistan. Pak. J. Zool., 43: 841-847.
  26. Din, J.U. and M.A. Nawaz, 2011. Status of snow leopard and prey species in Torkhow valley, district Chitral, Pakistan. J. Anim. Plant Sci., 21: 836-840.
  27. Rafique, M., M.A. Nawaz and M. Asif, 2010. Mammalian fauna of the Chagai desert and adjoining areas. Proc. Pak. Acad. Sci., 47: 19-24.
  28. Din, J.U. and M.A. Nawaz, 2010. Status of the Himalayan lynx in district Chitral, NWFP, Pakistan. J. Anim. Plant Sci., 20: 17-22.
  29. Valentini, A., C. Miquel, M.A. Nawaz, E.V.A. Bellemain and E. Coissac et al., 2009. New perspectives in diet analysis based on DNA barcoding and parallel pyrosequencing: The trnL approach. Mol. Ecol. Resour., 9: 51-60.
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  30. Nawaz, M.A., J.E. Swenson and V. Zakaria, 2008. Pragmatic management increases a flagship species, the Himalayan brown bears, in Pakistan's Deosai national park. Biol. Conserv., 141: 2230-2241.
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  31. Nawaz, M.A., 2007. Status of the brown bear in Pakistan. Ursus, 18: 89-100.
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  32. Bellemain, E., M.A. Nawaz, A. Valentini, J.E. Swenson and P. Taberlet, 2007. Genetic tracking of the brown bear in Northern Pakistan and implications for conservation. Biol. Conserv., 134: 537-547.
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  33. Kok, O.B., C.R. Haddad, D.J. van Niekerk, H.J.B. Butler and M.A. Nawaz, 2005. Invertebrates as a potential food source of brown bears on the deosai plateau, Northern Pakistan. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 8: 13-19.
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