The history and management of black rhino in KwaZulu-Natal: A population genetic approach to assess the past and guide the future

@inproceedings{Karsten2011TheHA,
  title={The history and management of black rhino in KwaZulu-Natal: A population genetic approach to assess the past and guide the future},
  author={Minette Karsten and Bettine Jansen van Vuuren and Pat Goodman and Adeline Barnaud},
  year={2011}
}
The numbers of black rhino Diceros bicornis in Africa declined dramatically during the last century due primarily to poaching and latterly habitat transformation and fragmentation and as such, significant concerns exist with regard to the long-term population viability and the management of these fragmented populations. A considerable proportion of the remaining black rhino (ssp. minor) are found within South Africa where they largely fall under the protection and management of Ezemvelo KwaZulu… CONTINUE READING
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