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Human-ElEpHant ConfliCt in asia

  title={Human-ElEpHant ConfliCt in asia},
  author={Ajay A Desai and Heidi S. Riddle},
Asian Elephant Futures: A Causal Layered Analysis with Gregory Bateson in Mind
Causal layered analysis (CLA) is applied and Bateson’s “double bind” theory is applied within CLA to explore the implications of possible Asian elephant extinction within the Anthropocene in respect to Indian (Hindu and Buddhist) cosmologies.
People’s perceptions of elephant conservation and the human-elephant conflict in Aceh Jaya, Sumatra, Indonesia
Human-elephant conflict (HEC) poses a major threat to elephants in many parts of Asia, including Indonesia. This paper presents data from a case study on HEC in Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia. The area
Integration of agent-based and GIS-based modelling for geosimulation of human-elephant Interactions in the Bunda district, Tanzania
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Investigating Geospatial Patterns of Elephant Crop Damage Adjacent to the Serengeti National Park and Grumeti Game Reserve, Tanzania
We investigated a spatial configuration of human-elephant interactions in communities bordering the Serengeti National Park and Grumeti Game Reserve. Elephant crop damage was the most common adverse
Analysing the Geospatial Patterns of Hidden Impacts from Human-Elephant Interactions in the Bunda District, Tanzania
study was conducted in Bunda district, which is a Tanzanian community with high annual incidents of human-elephant interactions, to determine a geographical configuration of hidden impacts. These are
Asian elephant movements between natural and human-dominated landscapes mirror patterns of crop damage in Sri Lanka
Wildlife movements within a landscape are influenced by environmental factors such as food availability and, as human-modified landscapes continue to expand, the risks associated with encountering
Effectiveness of Solar Fence in Reducing Human–Elephant Conflicts in Manchahalli Village, Mysuru, Karnataka, India
Human–elephant conflict is not a new issue in the state of Karnataka, India. Primary conflict involves loss of lives on both sides, loss of property and damage to crops. Solar fencing is considered
Tracking forest loss and fragmentation between 1930 and 2020 in Asian elephant (Elephas maximus) range in Nepal
Given the substantial loss in forest cover and high levels of fragmentation, improving the resilience of elephant populations in Nepal would urgently require habitat and corridor restoration to enable the movement of elephants.
Attitudes and Perceptions of the Local People on Human–Elephant Conflict in the Patharia Hills Reserve Forest of Assam, India
Wildlife conservation is important to maintain ecosystem balance, and its success relies largely on the involvement of local communities. The study focused on understanding the socio-economic profile
Habitat suitability of the Asiatic elephant in the trans-boundary Patharia Hills Reserve Forest, northeast India
Throughout the tropical regions, raising demands for the land due to the exponential growth of the human population has resulted in habitat loss and fragmentation for wildlife. Consequently, wild


Resolving Human Elephant Conflict in Theni Forest Division, Tamil Nadu, Southern India
  • Report to Forest Department, Theni Forest Division, Tamil Nadu, India.
  • 2006
Crop Raiding Behaviour of Elephants in the Northwestern Region of Sri Lanka
The north-western region of Sri Lanka offers a unique conservation problem with respect to elephants. Unlike all other elephant inhabited areas of Sri Lanka, this region has the lowest coverage in
GIS in understanding human elephant conflict and its management
  • Golden Research Thoughts, Vol 12, Issue 1, pp 13.
  • 2012
Human Elephant Conflict and the Role of Print Media
At present the number of wild Asian elephants (Elephas maximus) is between 35,000 and 50,000 (www.elephantcare.org), while the number in captivity is around 16,000 and declining. The trend in almost
Human-Elephant Conflict in Mayurbhanj Elephant Reserve Orissa, India
The Mayurbhanj Elephant Reserve declared in 2001, is located in the state of Orissa (Fig. 1). It includes a portion of Mayurbhanj, Balasore, Bhadrak and Keonjhar districts of the state and its
Increasing Trend of Human Elephant Conflict in Golaghat District, Assam, India: Issues and Concerns
In the recent past the Human elephant conflict (HEC) has emerged as the main threat for the survival of Asian elephants across their range. HEC includes crop damage by elephants, property damage and
At present, during the dry season (July to September), there are about 120-150 elephants all using the water resources and refuge available in the Handapanagala teak forest. Experience during the
A GIS based spatial prediction model for human – elephant conflicts (HEC)
A spatially explicit model was used to predict the probable human-elephant conflict zones in the Agali range of Mannarghat forest division, Western Ghats, India and a strong co-relation of HEC occurrence with distance to hamlets, agricultural land etc was found.