Gajah 42

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Asian Elephant Specialist Group Gajah #42

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1 Editorial
Jennifer Pastorini
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2-3 Correspondence
Simon Hedges
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Research Article

7-14 Camera traps unveil enigmatic crop raiders in Udawalawe, Sri Lanka
A. D. G. Ranjeewa, Y. J. S. Tharanga, G. H. N. A. Sandanayake, B. V. Perera & P. Fernando
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15-21 Human-elephant conflict around Manas National Park: Local people’s attitudes, expectations and perceptions
N. K. Nath, B. P. Lahkar, S. K. Dutta & J. P. Das
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22-29 Mitigating human-elephant conflict near Shwe-U-Daung Wildlife Sanctuary, Myanmar
T. Allendorf, K. K. Swe, M. Aung, P. Leimgruber & M. Songer
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Short Communications

30-33 Impact of mining on elephants of Chhotanagpur Plateau, Central India
Kisor Chaudhuri
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34-37 Human-elephant conflict: Improved co-existence through multiple stakeholder interaction in Kerala, India
C. K. Rohini, T. Aravindan & K. S. Anoop Das
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38-40 Training and health of captive elephant keepers in Sri Lanka
Ashoka Dangolla
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41-43 Elephant behaviour in the night according to Sage Palakapya
K. G. Sheshadri
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News and Briefs

44-45 Building relationships between Asian mahouts
Nazaruddin, Supartono & H. S. Riddle
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46-47 Appreciation: Dr. Fred Kurt (18.2.1939-6.6.2015)
Alex Rübel & René E. Honegger
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48-60 Recent Publications on Asian Elephants
Jennifer Pastorini
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61-68 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