Gajah11

Gajah 11

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Asian Elephant Specialist Group Gajah #11

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0 Cover and contents Download PDF
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2-5 The Asian elephant: Future prospects
J. C. Daniel
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5 News from Sri Lanka
Charles Santiapillai
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6-15 Elephant management and conservation in the Mahaweli project areas
Jayantha Jayewadene
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15 A new technique to transport elephant herds
Charles Santiapillai
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16-28 Estimating elephant numbers in Tabin Wildlife Reserve, Sabah, Malaysia
Shanthini Dawson
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29-42 A preliminary study of the captive elephants in Sri Lanka
Anouk D. Ilangakoon
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43-47 Elephant corridors in Uttar Pradesh, India
A. J. T. Johnsingh
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47 News from Vietnam
Charles Santiapillai
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48-52 Minimum viable populations for elephant conservation
Raman Sukumar
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53-54 The sad status of elephants in southern Assam, India
S. Deb Roy
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54 Book Review: Souvenirs of a forgotten heritage by Gamini de S. G. Punchihewa
Charles Santiapillai
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55-58 Why do elephants raid crop in Sumatra
Charles Santiapillai & Widodo Sukohadi Ramono
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59-63 Asian elephant in Sumatra population and habitat viability analysis
Raman Sukumar & Charles Santiapillai
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The Asian Elephant Specialist Group (AsESG) is a global network of specialists concerned with the study, monitoring, management, and conservation of Asian elephants (Elephas maximus) in its 13 range states