Gajah 22

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Asian Elephant Specialist Group Gajah #22

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1-2 Counting elephants in the wild
Charles Santiapillai & S. Wijeyamohan
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3 Guest Editorial
Raman Sukumar
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4-21 Secondary sexual characteristics in relation to the health status of male Asian elephants in Nagarahole National Park, southern India
Cheryl D. Nath
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22-29 The economic value of conserving Asian elephant: Contingent valuation estimation for Sri Lanka
Ranjith Bandara & Clem Tisdell
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30-42 Guidelines for the management of captive Asian elephants and the possible role of the IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group
Fred Kurt & Khyne U. Mar
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43-49 The Asian elephant (Elephas maximus): Its habitat, status and distribution in Arunachal Pradesh, India
Bharath Sundaram, Surendra Varma, Arun Venkataraman & Raman Sukumar
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50-56 Man-elephant conflict in Assam, India: Is there any solution?
Bibhab Kumar Talukdar & Rathin Barman
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57-61 Are captive elephants important to conservation?
Heidi S. Riddle, Bets Rasmussen & Dennis L. Schmitt
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62-64 Biogas from elephant dung: A means of mitigating human-elephant conflict
S. Wijeyamohan
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65-66 Lactating elephant feeds a day-old orphaned calf
R. C. Rajapakse & Samanthi Mendis
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67-70 An overview of the methods for enumeration of wild elephants in India
S. S. Bist
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71-75 Aristotle’s notices on the elephant
Merlin Peris
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76-77 Obituary: V. Krishnamurthy (1929-2002)
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78-79 Obituary: John F. Eisenberg (1935-2003)
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80 Raman Sukumar – Winner of the Whitley Gold Award 2003 and the Friends Award (March 14, 2003)
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81-82 U.S. – Asian Elephant Conservation Act summary report available
Karl A. K. Stromayer
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83-89 IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group Membership List (2001-2003)
Joshua David
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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