Krishna’s research interests are driven by understanding the effects of environmental stressors and disturbances on ecological populations and communities and by making conservation and management decisions in the face of such uncertainty. His research can be broadly classified into two main areas: (1) making conservation and management decisions in the face of uncertainty, and (2) identifying the underlying mechanisms and responses of ecological systems to environmental stressors and disturbances. The connecting thread between both research areas is the development and application of quantitative methods to solve real world problems.
- Integrating multiple data sources in species distribution modeling: a framework for data fusion (2017)
- Fungi identify the geographic origin of dust samples (2015)
- Guidelines for a priori grouping of species in hierarchical community models (2014)
- Addressing structural and observational uncertainty in resource management (2014)
- Sophia title (2013)
- A two-phase sampling design for increasing detections of rare species in occupancy surveys (2012)