Gajah: Journal of the IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group

Gajah

Gajah is the bi-annual journal of the IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group (AsESG). The journal is intended as a medium of communication on issues that concern the management and conservation of Asian Elephants both in the wild and in captivity. It is a means by which members of the AsESG and others can communicate their experiences, ideas, and perceptions freely, so that the conservation of Asian Elephants can benefit. All articles published in Gajah reflect the individual views of the authors and not necessarily those of the editorial board, the AsESG, the Species Survival Commission, or IUCN.

We now offer (thanks to work my Michael Cordingley) three indices for Gajah (Issues 1-36).  Click on each to view.
     Gajah Articles - Alphabetical by Author.pdf
     Gajah Articles - Countries.pdf
     Gajah Articles - Volumes.pdf

We welcome submissions for future issues of Gajah. If you are interested in submitting an article for publication, please read the Instructions to Contributors. All submissions should be sent to the Editor, Jayantha Jayewardene, at the following email address: romalijj@eureka.lk.

Editorial Board

Index
(links below take you to an index page where you can view or download complete editions or individual articles)

Gajah

2013 39
2013 38

2012 37
2012 36
2011 35
2011 34
2010 33 

2010 32
2009 31
2009 30
2008 29
2008 28
2007 27
2007 26
2006 25
2004 24
2004 23
2003 22
2002 21
2001 20
1998 19
1997 18
1997 17
1996 16
1996 15
1995 14
1994 13
1994 12
1993 11
1993 10
1992  9

Asian Elephants Specialist Group Newsletter

1992  8
1991  7
1991  6
1990  5
1989  4
1989  3
1987  2
1986  1
 

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