Gajah 37

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Asian Elephant Specialist Group Gajah #37

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0 Cover, editorial board, instructions for contributors and contents Download PDF
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1-2 Editorial
Prithiviraj Fernando (Member Editorial Board)
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3-10 Visitor Survey of the Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, Sri Lanka
W. G. N. B. P. Dayanada and Devaka K. Weerakoon
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11-15 Use of Tame Elephants to Find, Immobilize, and Collar
Wild Elephants in a Sumatran Rainforest

Arnold F. Sitompul1*, Wisnu Wardana2, Curtice R. Griffin3, Todd K. Fuller3 and Nazarudin4
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16-21 Religious Use of Elephants in Ancient Sri Lanka
Dhanesh Wisumperuma
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22-26 Developing a Practical and Reliable Protocol to Assess
Nematode Infections in Asian Elephants

Kasun S. Abeysinghe1,2*, A. N. F. Perera1 and Prithiviraj Fernando2
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27-30 Veterinary Care and Breeding of Elephants in Nepal
Kamal P. Gairhe
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31-33 Tuberculosis in Elephants: Assessing Risks Versus Resources
Heidi S. Riddle1*, David S. Miller2 and Dennis L. Schmitt3,4
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34-37 Increasing Trend of Human Elephant Conflict in Golaghat District, Assam, India: Issues and Concerns
Jyoti P. Das*, Bibhuti P. Lahkar and Bibhab K. Talukdar
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38-41 Human Elephant Conflict and the Role of Print Media
Marianne de Nazareth1* and S. Nagarathinam2
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42-44 Surgical Management of Temporal Bursitis in a Captive Asian Elephant
Indramani Nath1, Subharaj Samantara1*, Jacob V. Cheeran2, Ashoka Dangolla3, and Susen Kumar Panda1
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45 Neurological Loose Motions in a 45 Year Old Captive Tusker in Sri Lanka
Ashoka Dangolla
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46 Case Studies of Tranquilizing Captive Elephants in Rampage in Sri Lanka
Manjula Jayasinghe, Ranjith Bandara and Ashoka Dangolla*
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47-48 Forum Konservasi Gajah Indonesia (Indonesian Elephant Conservation Forum)
Wahdi Azmi
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49-64 Recent Publications on Asian Elephants
Jennifer Pastorini
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65-74 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