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

Gajah 10
 

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Asian Elephant Specialist Group Gajah #10 6.4 MB  1993

1993 - Number 10

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Cover and contents

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3

Comment

Lyn de Alwis & Charles Santiapillai

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4-10

Community ecology of the Asiatic elephant

Joseph P. Dudley

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10

Elephants under threat in Laos

Charles Santiapillai

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11-18

Reconciling elephant conservation with economic development in Sumatra

Charles Santiapillai & Widodo Sukohadi Ramono

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19-25

Recent elephant conservation efforts in Sri Lanka. A tragic story

A. B. Fernando

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26-31

Some observations on elephants in the Ruhuna National Park, Sri Lanka

H. I. E. Katugaha

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32-33

Marking or tagging elephants for individual identification

Richard C. Lair

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34-39

Book Review: The illustrated encyclopaedia of elephants

Charles Santiapillai

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40

International seminar on the conservation of the Asian elephant

J. C. Daniel

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