Gajah 24

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Asian Elephant Specialist Group Gajah #24

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0 Cover, editorial board, instructions for contributors, picture pages and contents Download PDF
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1-2 Conservation News
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3-4 Comment
Charles Santiapillai
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5-11 Genetic assessment of Borneo elephants: origin and conservation implications
Prithiviraj Fernando, John Payne, Geoffrey Davison, Raymond J. Alfed, Michael Stuewe & Don J. Melnick
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13-17 Establishing a sustainable model for the long-term conservation of the elephants in Sri Lanka
Ravi Corea
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19-34 Survey of elephants in the Mannar District, Sri Lanka
S. Wijeyamohan, S.R.B. Dissanayake & Charles Santiapillai
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35-38 Mahouts and their elephants working as Conservation Response Unit in Sumatra
Wahdi Azmi, Heidi S. Riddle, Agung Setyabudi, Wiratno, Andi Basrul, Edy Sunardi, Diding M. Ichsan & Selamat Hardi
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39-44 The shifting chemical signals of musth
Heidi S. Riddle, David R. Greenwood & L. E. L. (Bets) Rasmussen
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45-49 Lipid profile of captive Sri Lankan elephants
W.D. Ratnasooriya, G. K. H. de Alwis, R. D. Wijesekara, R. M. Amarasinghe & D. Perera
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51-53 Information on elephant keepers in Sri Lanka
A. Dangolla & I. D. Silva
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55-56 Elephant endotheliotropic herpes virus (EEHV)
Charlie Gray
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57-60 History and culture of elephants in Sri Lanka
Jayantha Jayewardene
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61 Book review: Endangered elephants: Past, present and future
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63-64 IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group – Announcement of new co-chairs
Ajay Desai & Simon Hedges
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65 Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Commits $180,000 to Smithsonian’s National Zoo to Continue Critical Elephant Herpes Research
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67-69 International Elephant Foundation 2007 Elephant Conservation and Research Funding Support
Deborah Olson
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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