Gajah: Journal of the IUCN/SSC Asian Elephant Specialist Group

Gajah 11

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Asian Elephant Specialist Group Gajah #11 5.7 MB  1993

1993 - Number 11


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The Asian elephant: Future prospects

J. C. Daniel

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News from Sri Lanka

Charles Santiapillai

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Elephant management and conservation in the Mahaweli project areas

Jayantha Jayewadene

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A new technique to transport elephant herds

Charles Santiapillai

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Estimating elephant numbers in Tabin Wildlife Reserve, Sabah, Malaysia

Shanthini Dawson

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A preliminary study of the captive elephants in Sri Lanka

Anouk D. Ilangakoon

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Elephant corridors in Uttar Pradesh, India

A. J. T. Johnsingh

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News from Vietnam

Charles Santiapillai

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Minimum viable populations for elephant conservation

Raman Sukumar

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The sad status of elephants in southern Assam, India

S. Deb Roy

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Book Review: Souvenirs of a forgotten heritage by Gamini de S. G. Punchihewa

Charles Santiapillai

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Why do elephants raid crop in Sumatra

Charles Santiapillai & Widodo Sukohadi Ramono

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Asian elephant in Sumatra population and habitat viability analysis

Raman Sukumar & Charles Santiapillai

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