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Title: The Asian Elephants in Orissa, India: Population status, Conservation and Management of Asian elephants (Elephas maximus ) in Elephant Reserves of Orissa , India
Other Titles: An Occasional Report of the Asian Nature Conservation Foundation (ANCF)
Contributors: Sar, C K
Varma, S
Sukumar, R
Keywords: Indian Subcontinent and elephants
Welfare of the elephant and its keeper
Elephants--Conservation--Government policy
Asian Elephant Conservation
Elephant Managers Association
Human ecology - Study and teaching
Environmental studies
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Asian Nature Conservation Foundation (ANCF)
Place of Publication: India
Description: “The elephant population in Orissa today faces serious conservation challenges. Project Elephant launched by the Government of India in 1992 aims to conserve elephant populations and their habitat through the establishment of elephant reserves. The current survey was commissioned by the Orissa State Forest Department and was executed by the Asian Nature Conservation Foundation,Bangalore. In this study, the Elephant Reserves in Orissa such as Mahanadi, and Sambalpur (declared), South Orissa, and Baitarni (proposed) were surveyed and the conservation and management challenges are presented.”
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