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Author (up) Koshkarev E.P. url  openurl
  Title Key areas of snow leopard's habitat as main conservation objects Type Miscellaneous
  Year 1990 Publication Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume Part. 1. Issue Pages 97-98  
  Keywords Kazakhstan; Southern Siberia; Central Asia; Talass ridge; Chatkal ridge; Zeravshan ridge; Hissar ridge; species range; key sites; snow leopard; nature reserves.; 7260; Russian  
  Abstract The most vulnerable key areas within the snow leopard habitat are East Kazakhstan (an area of 48,000 square km) with no protected areas network established, and South Siberia (131,000 square km), where snow leopard is protected in three nature reserves. These areas are distant from main part of the habitat, isolated and have more extreme conditions. In Central Asia's key area (213,000 square km) linked to a main Chinese-Afghani part of the habitat, snow leopard was found in 11 nature reserves and two national parks. For reliable protection of this species it would be expedient to strengthen the role of the mountain nature reserves by means of extension and amalgamation of the areas, and other measures.  
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  Notes Full text available in Russian Journal Title: Environmental problems of wildlife protection. Approved no  
  Call Number SLN @ rana @ 704 Serial 560  
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