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Author (up) Jackson, R.; Fox, J.L. url  openurl
  Title Report on Fifth Slims Training Workshop (Nepal) Type Miscellaneous
  Year 2000 Publication Snow Line Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume xvii Issue Pages 6-15  
  Keywords Slims; Nepal; training; techniques; Gps; field-work; surveys; Tibet; habitat; China; hunting; poaching; livestock; population; Shey-Phoksundo; parks; protected-area; reserves; annapurna; Dhorpatan; Manaslu; Sagarmatha; Langtang; Islt; Wwf; Hmg; Dnpwc; browse; 4460  
  Abstract Nepal's snow leopards (Uncia uncia) are mostly found along the northern border with Tibet (China). The largest populations are in Dolpa, Mugu, Manang, and Myagdi Districts. Potential habitat totals about 30,000 square kilometers. Numbers are estimated at 300-500, but surveys are urgently needed to confirm this rough guess. Like elsewhere, the primary threats center on poaching, depletion of natural prey, livestock depredation and resultant retributive killing of snow leopards by herders, and the lack of public awareness and support for conserving snow leoaprds, especially among local herders.  
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  Publisher International Snow Leopard Trust Place of Publication Seattle Editor  
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  Area Expedition Conference  
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  Call Number SLN @ rana @ 434 Serial 466  
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