Gajah 43

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Asian Elephant Specialist Group Gajah #43

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0 Cover, editorial board, instructions for contributors and contents Download PDF
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1 Editorial
Jennifer Pastorini
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2-3 Notes from the Chair IUCN SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group
Vivek Menon
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Research Article

4-9 Pinnae movement of captive Asian elephants weakly affected by environmental factors
R. Athurupana, D. Schmitt & C. Santiapillai
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10-14 Population structure and distribution of Asian elephants in Dandeli-Anshi Tiger Reserve, India
Ranjit Kumar Sahoo
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15-25 Elephant GPS tracking collars: Is there a best?
J. Pastorini, T. Prasad, P. Leimgruber, K. Isler & P. Fernando
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26-35 Elephant corridors in northern West Bengal
M. Roy & R. Sukumar
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36-41 Basti therapy of elephants according to Sage Palakapya
K. G. Sheshadri
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Short Communications

42-45 Some traditional captive elephant management practices in Sri Lanka
Ashoka Dangolla
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News and Briefs

46-47 Summary ASEAN Captive Elephant Working Group Meeting
C. Thitaram, J. L. Brown & S. Luz
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48-49 Collaborating with Myanmar Mahouts on Elephant Health Care
Zaw Min Oo, C. Stremme & H. S. Riddle
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50-51 WWF AREAS HEC Workshop Report
Nilanga Jayasinghe
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52-67 Recent publications on Asian elephants
Jennifer Pastorini
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68-74 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