Gajah 33

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Asian Elephant Specialist Group Gajah #33

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0 Cover, editorial board, instructions for contributors and contents Download PDF
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1-2 Editorial- Whose responsibility is it?
Heidi S. Riddle
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3-5 Notes from the Co-chairs IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group
Ajay A. Desai & Simon Hedges
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7 Correspondence
Jacob V. Cheeran
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8-11 Translocation of a wild elephant from southern West Bengal to northern West Bengal - An approach to reduce elephant-human conflict
Mukti Roy,Subroto Pal Choudhury, P. Kamalakanth, Chanchal Dutta, Sumanto Kundu, Soumitra Dasgupta, Ujjal Bhattacharya and Raman Sukumar
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12-16 On predicting elephant population dynamics
Shermin de Silva
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17-25 A case history of colonization in the Asian elephant: Koundinya Wildlife Sanctuary (Andhra Pradesh, India)
Ranjit Manakadan, S. Swaminathan, J.C. Daniel and Ajay A. Desai
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26-34 Crop raiding by elephants adjacent to two National Parks in Lampung Province, Sumatra, Indonesia
Arnold F. Sitompul, Simon Hedges, Martin J. Tyson, John P.Caroll and Timothy O’Brien
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35-40 Seasonal and roofing material influence on the thermoregulation by captive Asian elephants and its implications for captive elephant welfare
V. Vanitha and N. Baskaran
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41-46 Identifying elephant movement patterns by direct observation
Prithiviraj Fernando, H. K. Janaka, Tharaka Prasad, and Jennifer Pastorini
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47-52 Asian elephant and Bannerghatta National Park in Eastern Ghats, Southern India
S. P. Gopalakrishna, Somashekar R. K., Vijay D. Anand and Surendra Varma
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53-57 ElefantAsia in the Lao PDR – An overview
Ingrid Suter
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58-61 The training methods used in Myanmar Timber Enterprise
Zaw Min Oo
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62-64 Mahoutship in Indonesia - Developing a young profession
Nazaruddin, Christopher Stremme and Heidi S. Riddle
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65-67 Problems encountered during translocation of an aggressive captive Asian elephant and its successful management
Indramani Nath, Subharaj Samantara and Kamal Lochan Purohit
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68-70 Summary of Fourth Annual Tuberculosis and Elephants Workshop
Dennis L. Schmitt, Deborah Olson & Heidi S. Riddle
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71 Report of three twin births in captive Asian elephants
Jayantha Jayewardene
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72-83 Recent publications on Asian elephants
Jennifer Pastorini
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84 Book Review: "Sri Lankan Elephant" by Vajira Wijegunawardane
Jayantha Jayewardene
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85-91 News Briefs
Jayantha Jayewardene
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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