Gajah 34

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Asian Elephant Specialist Group Gajah #34

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0 Cover, editorial board, instructions for contributors and contents Download PDF
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1-2 Editorial
Jayantha Jayewardene
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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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6 Correspondence
S. Mikota, W. Amand, J. Maslow, M. Miller, G. Dumonceaux, J.V. Cheeran & D. Abraham
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7 Correspondence
Dennis Schmitt
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8-17 Habitat relationship of Asian elephants in shifting-cultivation landscapes of Meghalaya, Northeast India
Bruce G. Marcot, Ashish Kumar, G. Talukdar & A. K. Srivastava
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18-19 Job risks and problems of mahouts (elephant keepers) in Kerala, South India
Marshal C. Radhakrishnan, T.S. Rajeev & C.N. Radhakrishnan
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20-25 Patterns of crop raiding by Asian elephants in a human-dominated landscape in Southeastern Sri Lanka
S.K.K. Ekanayaka, A. Campos-Arceiz, M. Rupasinghe, J. Pastorini & P. Fernando
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26-31 Ecosystem restoration concessions: A new strategy for conserving elephant habitat in Sumatra?
Arnold F. Sitompul, Mathew Linkie, Donny Gunaryadi, Elisabet Purastuti & Arif Budiman
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32-40 The ethnography of captive elephant management in Nepal: A synopsis
Piers Locke
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41-45 Creating awareness among school children for wild elephant conservation
Jayantha Jayewardene
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46-48 Opportunistic mating behaviour of an Asian elephant bull
M. Mohankumar, Balasundaram Ramakrishnan & K. Ramkumar
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49-55 ELISA for detecting anti-tetanus antibodies in Sumatran elephants
Lily Natalia, Adin Priadi, Muhammad Wahyu, Anhar Lubis & Christopher Stremme
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56-57 Stereotypies in Asian elephants during processions in Sri Lanka
A. M. Palitha Abeysinghe, E. Rajapaksha & A. Dangolla
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58-60 Cambodia’s Elusive Elephants Caught Mating for the Camera
Matthew Maltby
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61-62 Report on international EEHV workshop
Sharon Joseph Heidi S. Riddle
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63-66 Workshop on developing adaptive management for mitigating human-elephant conflict across Asia
P. Leimgruber, W. Azmi, H. Baishya, A. Campos-Arceiz, P. Fernando, W. Jitvijak, M. Maltby, J. Pastorini, N. Pradhan, J. Ritthirat, B. Stewart-Cox & C. Williams
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67-84 Recent publications on Asian elephants
Jennifer Pastorini
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85-92 News Briefs
Jayantha Jayewardene
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93-94 Appreciation: Mr. J. C. Daniel
Ajay A. Desai
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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