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

Gajah 18
 

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Asian Elephant Specialist Group Gajah #18   8.9 MB  1997

1997 - Number 18

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1-20

Human interference and its impact on elephant corridors in South India

B. Ramakrishnan, N. Sivaganesan & R. Srivastava

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21-39

The Asian elephant conservation: A global strategy

Charles Santiapillai

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41-45

A review of elephant numbers in Sabah

Mahedi Andau, Shanthini Dawson & John Sale

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47-55

On the distribution, status and conservation of wild elephants in Myanmar

Myint Aung

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57-60

Conservation of elephants in Idukki Wildlife Sanctuary, Kerala

T. R. Vinod & Jacob V. Cheeran

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61-62

Comment on reproductive performance of timber elephants in Myanmar

A. Christy Williams & A. J. T. Jonsingh

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63-65

Elephants: Unwitting victims in Sri Lanka's civil war

Jayanthi Alahakoon & Charles Santiapillai

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67-68

Tuskers of Ruhuna National Park, Sri Lanka

H. I. E. Katugaha

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