Gajah 55

Gajah 55

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Asian Elephant Specialist Group Gajah 55

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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 Articles - Peer-reviewed

4-11 The elephant in the garden: Bunong chamkars and human-elephant conflict in Andoung Kraloeng, Cambodia
M. English & G. Silva Collins
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Research Articles

12–21 Assessing Asian elephant habitat in south-eastern Bangladesh
S.u A. Chowdhury, R. Hood, J. Karakatsoulis & K.W. Larsen
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22-29 Rapid composting: A solution for elephant dung management in captive centres
P.G.P. Rathnapala, J.K. Vidanarachchi, W.S. Dandeniya, L. Bandaranayake, A. Nayanajith & A.N.F. Perera
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30-39 Size-age class scale for Asian elephants
P. Fernando, S. Vijayakrishnan, A.D.G. Ranjeewa & J. Pastorini
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Short Communications

40-44 The first twin birth at Pinnawala Elephant Orphanage, Sri Lanka
Mihiran Medawala
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45-49 Feeding behaviour of Asian elephants in northern Odisha, India
B. Panda & B. Behera
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50-52 Census of temple and privately owned captive elephants in Sri Lanka
Tharindu Muthukumarana
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53–55 Faecal cortisol, haematological and serum biochemical parameters in captive Asian elephants in three protected areas of Madhya Pradesh, India
M. Dhairykar, K.P. Singh, N. Rajput, A. Dubay & A. Rokde
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News and Briefs

56-58 “Mainao” – An account of how wildlife and people continue to get caught in our struggle to balance livelihoods and conservation
Ivy Farheen Hussain
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59-61 Third Asian Elephant Range States Meeting, Kathmandu, Nepal
Heidi S. Riddle
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62–80 Recent Publications on Asian Elephants
Jennifer Pastorini
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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