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Author Blomqvist, L.
Title The Development of the Captive Snow Leopard Population between 1984-1985 Type Conference Article
Year 1988 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages (up) 181-189
Keywords zoos; zoo; captivity; breeding; status; population; husbandry; captive; browse; 1760
Abstract In 1984, 73 (31/41/1) cubs were born of which 47 (24/23) survived for six months or longer. This gives us a cub mortality of 35.6%. A total of 38 (11/26/1) snow leopards died in captivity in 1984. Five (2/3) specimens were wild caught at the same time in the USSR and then located in the zoos of ALma-Ata, Moscow and Novosibirsk. At the End of 1984, the captive stock consisted of 332 (168/164) snow leopards, an increase of forty animals from the previous year.
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Publisher International Snow Leopard Trust and Wildlife Institute of India Place of Publication India Editor H.Freeman
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Call Number SLN @ rana @ 106 Serial 161
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Author Wemmer, C.; Sunquist, M.
Title Felid Reintroductions: Economic and Energetic Considerations Type Conference Article
Year 1988 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages (up) 193-205
Keywords reintroduction; captivity; breeding; conservation; zoo; zoos; browse; 1770
Abstract Reintroduction and captive breeding are often touted as panaceas for extinction in the wild. The populace at large, educated insuch matters by the mass media, places great faith in such wildlife technology. Furthermore, the wildlife professionals who develope recovery and managemnt plans for endangered species often include a section on reintroduction and sometimes advocate captive breeding as a source of colonizing stock.
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Notes Full Text at URLTitle, Monographic: Fifth International Snow Leopard SymposiumPlace of Meeting: Srinagar, IndiaDate of Copyright: 1988 Approved no
Call Number SLN @ rana @ 135 Serial 1014
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Author Schaller, G.B.; Hong, L.; Talipu, J.; Mingjiang, R.Q.
Title The snow leopard in Xinjiang, China Type Journal Article
Year 1988 Publication Oryx Abbreviated Journal
Volume 22 Issue 4 Pages (up) 197-204
Keywords China; Xinjiang; asia; refuges; parks; reserves; snow-leopard; prey; livestock; predators; herders; fur; management; snow leopard; browse; 930
Abstract Snow leopards live in the mountains of Central Asia, their range stretching from Afganastan to Lake Baikal in Eastern Tibet. They are endangered throughout their range, being hunted as predators of mains livestock and for their skin. Much of the snow leopards range lies in China, but not enough is known about its staus there for effective conservation. As part of a project to assess China's high altitude wildlife resources the authors conducted a survey in Xinjiang- a vast arid region of deserts and mountains. Although the snow leopard and other wildlife have declined steeply in Xinjiang in recent decades, the cta still persists and one area has the potential to become one of the best refuges for the species in its entire range. Its future in XInjiang, howevere, depends on well protected reserves, enforcement of regulations against killing the animal, and proper managemnt of the prey species.
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Call Number SLN @ rana @ 129 Serial 868
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Author Mallon, D.P.; Nurbu, C.
Title A Conservation Program for the Snow Leopard in Kashmir Type Conference Article
Year 1988 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages (up) 207-214
Keywords conservation; ecology; parks; reserves; refuge; habitat; herders; herder; status; Protected-area-network; education; grazing; hunting; furs; pelts; browse; protected; area; network; 1780
Abstract This program was drawn up at the invitation of the Chief Wildlife Warden of the State of Jammu and Kashmir, Mir Inayat Ullah, following joint survey work and discussions held over the period 1980-86. The recomendations have been accepted and will be incorporated into Department of Wildlife Protection policy. The aim of the program is the long term conservation of the snow leopard on a self sustaining basis throughout the state. Two basic assumptions underlie the program: (1) The snow leopard cannot be protected in isolation, but only in the context of conservation of the environment as a whole, and (2) To be most effective, any long term plan needs the cooperation of local people and must take into account their needs and traditional rights.
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Call Number SLN @ rana @ 122 Serial 646
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Author O'Gara, B.W.
Title Snow leopards and sport hunting in the Mongolian People's Republic Type Conference Article
Year 1988 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages (up) 215-225
Keywords hunting; Mongolia; snow leopard
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Call Number SLN @ rana @ 931 Serial 734
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Author OGara, B.W.
Title Snow Leopards and Sport Hunting in The Mongolian Peoples Republic Type Conference Article
Year 1988 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages (up) 215-225
Keywords Mongolia; gobi; Altai; ibex; argali; hunting; conservation; predator; prey; livestock; herder; herders; browse; 1790
Abstract Logging, overgrazing, cultivating steep slopes and overhunting are endangering wildlife, especially big game, in many areas I am familiar with in China Nepal and Pakistan. Attempted solutions have included the formation of parks and closing hunting seasons. But, without hunting seasons in poor countries, little money is available to enforce gamelaws except in the parks.
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Call Number SLN @ rana @ 123 Serial 736
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Author Gripenberg, U.; Blomqvist, L.; Pamilo, P.; Soderlnd, V.; Tarkkanene, A.; Whalberg, C.; Varvio-Aho, S.L.; Virtaranta-Knowles, K.
Title Multiple Ocular Colomboma (MOC) in Snow Leopards Type Conference Article
Year 1988 Publication Hereditas Abbreviated Journal
Volume 103 Issue Pages (up) 221-229
Keywords medical; veterinary; medicine; colombomas; browse; 4120
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Publisher Internation Snow Leopard Trust and The Wildlife Institute of India Place of Publication Editor H.Freeman
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Notes Full text available at URLTitle, Monographic: Fifth International Snow Leopard SymposiumPlace of Meeting: Srinigar, IndiaDate of Copyright: 1988 Approved no
Call Number SLN @ rana @ 414 Serial 355
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Author Karesh, W.B.; Russell, R.
Title Ovarian dysgerminoma in a snow leopard (Panthera uncia) Type Journal Article
Year 1988 Publication Journal Of Zoo Animal Medicine Abbreviated Journal
Volume 19 Issue 4 Pages (up) 223-225
Keywords medicine; ovarian; Dysgerminoma; veterinary; medical; zoos; zoo; browse; 1520
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Notes Addresses:KARESH WB, WOODLAND PK ZOOLOG GARDENS,5500 PHINNEY AVE N,SEATTLE,WA 98103UNIV WASHINGTON,DIV ANIM MED,SEATTLE,WA 98195 Publisher:AMER ASSOC Z00 VETERINARIANS, MEDIA Document Type: English Approved no
Call Number SLN @ rana @ 115 Serial 515
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Author Braden, K.E.
Title Economic Development in Six Regions of Snow Leopard Habitat in the U.S.S.R Type Conference Article
Year 1988 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages (up) 227-246
Keywords conservation; habitat; herders; livestock; sheep; goats; argali; herder; Russia; Soviet-Union; U.S.S.R.; Ussr; ungulates; ungulate; predator; prey; economics; economic; browse; soviet; union; 1800
Abstract The Disappearance of traditional ungulate prey of the snow leopard may be contributing to its endangered status in the wild. Soviet biologists have noted that wild sheep are a primary prey of the snow leopard in the southern Russian union republic and the Central Asian union republic of the U.S.S.R. While poaching appears to have had some impact on the status of these sheep, econmic pressures may be contributing to their decrease. Evidence presented for KAzakhstan and three regions of the Russian republic demonstrates that commercial sheep and goat production appears to be growing at a very high pace in these areas, thus consumming habitat otherwise available for wild herds.
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Call Number SLN @ rana @ 107 Serial 194
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Author Cecil, R.
Title Educational Programming For Snow Leopard Conservation Type Conference Article
Year 1988 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages (up) 247-248
Keywords conservation; education; parks; zoo; zoos; browse; 1810
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Notes Full Text Available at URLTitle, Monographic: Fifth International Snow Leopard SymposiumPlace of Meeting: Srinagar, IndiaDate of Copyright: 1988 Approved no
Call Number SLN @ rana @ 108 Serial 208
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