Boonratana, R. 2000d. The Nam Theun Social and Environmental Project (Year 2000 Activities): Wildlife Movements/Seasonal Migration Study and Staff Training. Vientiane: IUCN.

Boonratana, R. 2000c. A Study of the Vegetation of the Forests in the Lower Kinabatangan Region, Sabah, Malaysia. Malaysian Nature Journal. 54(4): 271-288.

Boonratana, R. 2000b. Ranging Behavior of Proboscis Monkeys (Nasalis larvatus) in the Lower Kinabatangan, Northern Borneo. International Journal of Primatology. 21(3): 497-518. https://doi.org/10.1023/A:1005496004129

Boonratana, R. 2000a. A Rapid Participatory Assessment of Wildlife Diversity in the Dong Sithouane Production Forest. Vientiane: FOMACOP.

Boonratana, R. and J. Peters. 1999. Report of working group 8: training and capacity-building for PA staff. In Galt, B., T. Sigaty and M. Vinton (Eds.), The World Commission on Protected Areas, 2nd Southeast Asia Regional Forum, Pakse, Lao PDR. December 6-11, 1999. Volume 2 – Papers Presented. Vientiane: IUCN.

Boonratana, R. 1999e. Dispersal in Proboscis Monkeys (Nasalis larvatus) in the Lower Kinabatangan, Northern Borneo. Tropical Biodiversity. 6(3): 179-187.

Boonratana, R. 1999d. Training in Wildlife Survey and Data Analysis for the National Biodiversity Conservation Areas Dong Hua Sao and Phou Xiang Thong. Vientiane/Pakse: IUCN/BCP.

Boonratana, R. 1999c. Establishment and Development of Tan Phu Elephant Sanctuary. Ha Noi: FFI.

Boonratana, R. 1999b. A Preliminary Wildlife Survey in the Kravanh Range of Southwestern Cambodia. Ha Noi: FFI.

Boonratana, R. 1999a. Fauna & Flora International – Indochina Programme: Na Hang Rainforest Conservation Project. Ha Noi: FFI. [Note: also available in Vietnamese].

Boonratana, R. and X.C. Le. 1998b. Conservation of Tonkin Snub-nosed Monkeys (Rhinopithecus [Presbyticus] avunculus) in Vietnam. In N.G. Jablonski (ed.), The Natural History of the Doucs and Snub-nosed Monkeys. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co. Ltd. Pp. 315-322. https://doi.org/10.1142/9789812817020_0018

Boonratana, R. and X.C. Le. 1998a. Preliminary Observations on the Ecology and Behaviour of the Tonkin Snub-nosed Monkey (Rhinopithecus [Presbyticus] avunculus) in Northern Vietnam. In N.G. Jablonski (ed)., The Natural History of the Doucs and Snub-nosed Monkeys. Singapore: World Scientific Publishing Co. Ltd. Pp. 207-215. https://doi.org/10.1142/9789812817020_0010

Boonratana, R. 1998d. Nakai – Nam Theun Conservation Project [Phase 2]: Wildlife monitoring techniques and participatory conservation at Nakai – Nam Theun NBCA. Vientiane: IUCN/WCS.

Boonratana, R. 1998c. Field Training: An Essential Component of Protected Area Management. In IUCN, The IUCN Programme in Lao PDR. Vientiane: IUCN. Pp. 33.

Boonratana, R. 1998b. Field management of Nam Poui and Phou Xang He National Biodiversity Conservation Areas. Vientiane: IUCN/LSFP. [Note: also available in Lao language].

Boonratana, R. 1998a. Wildlife survey training at Dong Hua Sao and Phou Xiang Thong National Biodiversity Conservation Areas, Lao PDR. Vientiane/Pakse: IUCN/BCP.

Boonratana, R. 1997b. Field training in wildlife conservation research techniques and large mammal survey at Nam Phui National Biodiversity Conservation Area, Lao PDR. Vientiane: IUCN/LSFP. [Note: also available in Lao language].

Boonratana, R. 1997a. A statewide survey to estimate the distribution and density of the Sumatran rhinoceros, Asian elephant and banteng in Sabah, Malaysia. New York: WCS.

Boonratana, R. and D.S. Sharma. 1997. Checklist of wildlife species recorded in the Lower Kinabatangan, Sabah. Journal of Wildlife Management and Research Sabah. 1: 47-60.

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