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Author (up) Abdunazarov B.B.
Title Snow Leopard Type Miscellaneous
Year 2003 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 6
Keywords Uzbekistan; Cites; snow leopard.; 5780; Russian
Abstract Snow leopard (Uncia uncia) listed in Red Data Book of Republic of Uzbekistan (2003) and Appendix II CITES.
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Notes Full text available in RussianJournal Title: Guide of Animals listed in CITES. Approved no
Call Number SLN @ rana @ 558 Serial 24
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Author (up) Abdunazarov B.B.
Title Number of some species of rare mammals of Uzbekistan Type Miscellaneous
Year 2003 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Issue Pages 11
Keywords Uzbekistan; rare mammals; number; snow leopard.; 5790; Russian
Abstract It gives expert assessment of number for the rare mammals from Uzbekistan: Tien Shan brown bear (600), Central Asian otter (100), Turkestan lynx (100-150), snow leopard (30), Severtzov's argali (2500), Bukhara urial (200), markhor (300), Menzbier's marmot (22,000). All species included in Uzbek Red Data book.
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Notes Full text available in RussianJournal Title: Mammals of the Russia and neighbouring countries. Proceedings of the conference. Approved no
Call Number SLN @ rana @ 559 Serial 25
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Author (up) Blomqvist, L.
Title The Global Studbook Report 2002 for Snow Leopards: Decline of a Pedigree Species Type Miscellaneous
Year 2003 Publication Abbreviated Journal
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Keywords global; studbook; Report; snow leopard; captivity; zoo; 5720
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Publisher Place of Publication Helsinki Editor
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Notes Journal Title: Helsinki Zoo, Annual Report 2003 Approved no
Call Number SLN @ rana @ 93 Serial 169
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Author (up) Blomqvist, L.
Title Captive status of the snow leopard in Europe 2001 Type Miscellaneous
Year 2003 Publication International Pedigree Book of Snow Leopards Abbreviated Journal
Volume 8 Issue Pages 27-30
Keywords captive; status; snow; snow leopard; snow-leopard; leopard
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Call Number SLN @ rana @ 918 Serial 170
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Author (up) Blomqvist, L.
Title The global snow leopard population in captivity 2001 Type Miscellaneous
Year 2003 Publication International Pedigree Book of Snow Leopards Abbreviated Journal
Volume 8 Issue Pages 21-24
Keywords captivity; global; population; snow leopard
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Call Number SLN @ rana @ 919 Serial 171
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Author (up) Dexel, B.
Title The illegal trade in snow leopards – a global perspective Type Miscellaneous
Year 2003 Publication International Pedigree Book of Snow Leopards Abbreviated Journal
Volume 8 Issue Pages 5-17
Keywords conservation; german; Germany; global; illegal; illegal-trade; leopard; leopards; nature; nature conservation; project; snow; snow-leopard; snow-leopards; snow leopard; snow leopard project; snow leopards; trade
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Notes Coordinator Snow Leopard Project, German Society for Nature Conservation, Berlin, Germany. Email: birga.dexel@nabu.de Approved no
Call Number SLN @ rana @ 916 Serial 240
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Author (up) Esipov A.V.
Title The 56th anniversary of the Chatkal reserve Type Miscellaneous
Year 2003 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume 15 Issue Pages 15
Keywords Uzbekistan; Chatkal nature reserve; fauna; rare species; snow leopard.; 6610; Russian
Abstract Being one of nine nature reserves in Uzbekistan, Chatkal was established in 1947. Its area changed its size and administrative jurisdiction. Foothills adjacent to the nature reserve were long ago inhabited and developed by people. In Middle Ages, the area of juniperous forest reduced considerably because of mining operations. There are rare mammal species in the nature reserve, such as snow leopard, bear, Menzbier's marmot, and six rare bird species
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Notes Full text available in RussianJournal Title: Guliston Journal Approved no
Call Number SLN @ rana @ 639 Serial 256
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Author (up) Esipov A.V.
Title Snow Leopard (Irbis) Type Miscellaneous
Year 2003 Publication Abbreviated Journal
Volume Vol. II. Animals. Issue Pages 218-219
Keywords Uzbekistan; Red Data book; category of threat; number; distribution; threats; snow leopard.; 6650; Russian
Abstract Critically Endangered l (CR C2a(i); D), locally distributed western subspecies of Central Asian species. It occurs in Western Tien Shan and Western Pamir Alay. It inhabits middle and high belts of the mountains. It prefers watersheds and rocky talus slopes. It never was numerous; last decades the numbers have been decreasing. In 1980's-1990's in Hissar nature reserve 5-11 individuals were counted, in 1970's-1980's in Chatkal nature reserve the 1-3 specimens were observed. Perhaps, total number is 20-30 individuals. The threats are development of high mountain pastures, decreasing of prey numbers, human persecution and poaching. Included in the IUCN Red List [EN] and in Appendix I of CITES.
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Notes Full text available in RussianJournal Title: Red Data Book of Republic of Uzbekistan. Approved no
Call Number SLN @ rana @ 643 Serial 259
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Author (up) Henschel, P.; Ray, J.
Title Leopards in African Rainforests: Survey and Monitoring Techniques Type Miscellaneous
Year 2003 Publication Abbreviated Journal
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Keywords forest leopards; african rainforests; survey; monitoring techniques; lope reserve; gabon; central africa; congo; zaire; field testing; populations; wild meat; relative abundance; density; live-trapping; presence and absense surveys; ad-hoc survey; bushmeat; systematic survey; monitoring; individual identification; tracks; Discriminant Function Analysis; genotyping; scat; Hair; Dna; remote photography; camera trapping; capture rates; Trailmaster; Camtrakker; bait; duikers; pigs; elephant; bongo; okapi; human hunters; 5300
Abstract Monitoring Techniques Forest leopards have never been systematically surveyed in African forests, in spite of their potentially vital ecological role as the sole large mammalian predators in these systems. Because leopards are rarely seen in this habitat, and are difficult to survey using the most common techniques for assessing relative abundances of forest mammals, baseline knowledge of leopard ecology and responses to human disturbance in African forests remain largely unknown. This technical handbook sums up the experience gained during a two-year study of leopards by Philipp Henschel in the Lop‚ Reserve in Gabon, Central Africa, in 2001/2002, supplemented by additional experience from carnivore studies conducted by Justina Ray in southwestern Central African Republic and eastern Congo (Zaire) . The main focus of this effort has been to develop a protocol that can be used by fieldworkers across west and central Africa to estimate leopard densities in various forest types. In developing this manual, Henschel tested several indirect methods to assess leopard numbers in both logged and unlogged forests, with the main effort devoted to testing remote photography survey methods developed for tigers by Karanth (e.g., Karanth 1995, Karanth & Nichols 1998; 2000; 2002), and modifying them for the specific conditions characterizing African forest environments. This handbook summarizes the results of the field testing, and provides recommendations for techniques to assess leopard presence/absence, relative abundance, and densities in African forest sites. We briefly review the suitability of various methods for different study objectives and go into particular detail on remote photography survey methodology, adapting previously developed methods and sampling considerations specifically to the African forest environment. Finally, we briefly discuss how camera trapping may be used as a tool to survey other forest mammals. Developing a survey protocol for African leopards is a necessary first step towards a regional assessment and priority setting exercise targeted at forest leopards, similar to those carried out on large carnivores in Asian and South American forests.
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Call Number SLN @ rana @ 515 Serial 382
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Author (up) Hussain, S.
Title The status of the snow leopard in Pakistan and its conflict with local farmers Type Miscellaneous
Year 2003 Publication Oryx Abbreviated Journal
Volume 37 Issue Pages 26-33
Keywords Central Karakorum,farmer-wildlife conflict; livestock predation,snow leopard,Uncia uncia,; Western Himalayas.
Abstract Between 1998 and 2001 I carried out surveys in four areas in the Baltistan district of the Northern Areas of Pakistan to estimate the population of the snow leopard and to examine the threats to its future conservation. I estimate that a total of 36-50 snow leopards are present in the areas surveyed. Based on the availability of suitable snow leopard habitat and of its prey species, I estimate that 90-120 snow leopards are potentially present in Baltistan and 300-420 throughout its range within Pakistan's borders. Although this estimate is higher than extrapolations based on earlier surveys, the long-term future of the snow leopard is under threat. This is mainly due to retaliatory killings by farmers, and poaching for pelts and other body parts. Species-focused conservation policies, particularly those targeting ungulates for the promotion of trophy hunting, may constitute an additional threat to snow leopard conservation in the region. However, all forms of threats to the snow leopard in Baltistan appear to emanate from the relatively poor economic conditions of the local people.
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Call Number SLN @ rana @ 898 Serial 401
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