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African Elephant Status Report 2002: An Update From The African Elephant Database epub ebook

by C. G. Craig,I. Douglas-Hamilton,H. T. Dublin,J.A. Hart,C. R. Thouless,R.F.W. Barnes,J. J. Blanc

African Elephant Status Report 2002: An Update From The African Elephant Database epub ebook

Author: C. G. Craig,I. Douglas-Hamilton,H. T. Dublin,J.A. Hart,C. R. Thouless,R.F.W. Barnes,J. J. Blanc
Category: Biological Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: World Conservation Union; None edition (April 1, 2002)
Pages: 301 pages
ISBN: 2831707072
ISBN13: 978-2831707075
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PDF On Jan 1, 2003, Julian Blanc and others published African Elephant Status Report 2002: An Update . Book · January 2003 with 118 Reads.

PDF On Jan 1, 2003, Julian Blanc and others published African Elephant Status Report 2002: An Update from the African Elephant Database. Four comprehensive reports on the status of African elephants have been published by the AfESG: 1995 (Said et al. 1995), 1998 (Barnes et al. 1999), 2002 (Blanc et al. 2003), and 2007 (Blanc et al. 2007), a provisional status update for 2012 was released in 2013 3, and a new update is to be released in May or June 2015 (Tara Daniel pers comm.

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African Elephant Status Report 2002: An update from the African Elephant Database

African Elephant Status Report 2002: An update from the African Elephant Database. IUCN/SSC African Elephant Specialist Group. The African Elephant Status Report 2002 provides the world’s most authoritative and comprehensive source of knowledge on the distribution and abundance of the African elephant at the national, regional and continental levels. It is the most recent in a series of reports that began in 1979 with the African Elephant Action Plan (Douglas-Hamilton, 1979b).

The African elephant is the largest living land mammal, and their potential impact on their habitats raises important management issues both for protected areas and unprotected land

The African elephant is the largest living land mammal, and their potential impact on their habitats raises important management issues both for protected areas and unprotected land. This Status Report, derived from data contained in the African Elephant Database, is rich in data and information on numbers, distribution and current issues, and provides continent-wide information that is vital for conservation

The IUCN Species Survival Commission. African Elephant Status Report 2002. Dublin, I. Douglas-Hamilton, .

The IUCN Species Survival Commission. An update from the African Elephant Database. Occasional Paper of the IUCN Species Survival Commission No. 29. The IUCN Species Survival Commission. African Elephant Status Report 2002 An update from the African Elephant Database.

African Elephant Status report 2007. Occasional Paper of the IUCN Species Survival Commission, No. 33. IUCN/SCC African Elephant Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland: IUCN. Brooks, . Balmford, . Burgess, . Fjeldså, . Hansen, L. Moore, . Rahbek, . & Williams, P. (2001). Toward a blueprint for conservation in Africa. BioScience, 51(8), 613–624. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Brown, . & Kothari, A. (2002). Parks 12, 2, 1–4. Bryden, H. A. (1893).

African elephant status report 2007: an update from the African elephant database. An update from the African Elephant Database, 2016. JJ Blanc, CR Thouless, JA Hart, HT Dublin, I Douglas-Hamilton, CG Craig

African elephant status report 2007: an update from the African elephant database. Illegal killing for ivory drives global decline in African elephants. JJ Blanc, CR Thouless, JA Hart, HT Dublin, I Douglas-Hamilton, CG Craig,. Occasional Paper of the IUCN Species Survival Commission 29, 2003. Changes in elephant numbers in major savanna populations in eastern and southern Africa. JJ Blanc, RFW Barnes, GC Craig, I Douglas-Hamilton, HT Dublin, JA Hart,. Pachyderm 38, 19-28, 2005.

The African elephant is the largest living land mammal, and its potential impact on habitats raises important management issues both for protected areas and unprotected land. This Status Report, derived from data contained in the African Elephant Database, provides continent-wide information on numbers, distribution and current conservation issues. It will help wildlife management authorities to harmonize their policy and management decisions.

African Elephant Status Report 2007: an update from the African Elephant Database (PDF). Occasional Papers of the IUCN Species Survival Commission. Gebremedhin, . Demeke, Y. (September 2011). Discovery of a wintering site of Demoiselle Cranes in Kafta-Sheraro National Park, Ethiopia". Bulletin of the African Bird Club.

An Update from the African Elephant Database. Douglas-Hamilton, I. (1984) Trends in key African elephant populations. IUCN African Elephant Specialist Group Report, Nairobi, Kenya. IUCN/Species Survival Commission African Elephant Specialist Group, Gland, Switzerland. Craig, . 2003) African Elephant Status Report 2002. Pachyderm, 4, 7–9. Duarte, . 1989) Arqueologia da idade do Ferro em Moçambique (1974–1988): retrospectiva do trabalho realizado. Hofer, . Hildebrandt, . Goritz, . East, .

The African elephant is the largest living land mammal, and their potential impact on their habitats raises important management issues both for protected areas and unprotected land. This Status Report, derived from data contained in the African Elephant Database, is rich in data and information on numbers, distribution and current issues, and provides continent-wide information that is vital for conservation. It will help wildlife management authorities to harmonize their policy and management decisions across regions, as well as the continent, to reduce conflict and relax the pressure on habitats.
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