Antelopes: North Africa, the Middle East, and Asia

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IUCN, 2001 - 260 עמודים
Antelope herds numbering in the tens of thousands formerly occurred across the steppes and semideserts of Eurasia and India, but these have nearly all been reduced to fractions of their earlier size; antelope populations are now fragmented across the region, and during recent decades several species have disappeared altogether. Threats include hunting, loss of habitat, population fragmentation, inadequate protected area coverage, poorly-developed administrative structures, under-resourcing of conservation programmes, and lack of enforcement of existing legislation. Rising human population growth and economic development constantly increases pressure on land and natural resources. There is a consequent need for integrated rural development, and community-based conservation projects, which have the full participation of local people at the planning and execution stages.This publication, Part 4 of the Global Antelope Survey, covers 37 countries in the region, and actions to conserve antelope populations are listed in each country report.

 

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Objectives Scope and Limitations of the Antelope Survey D P Mallon S C Kingswood and R East
3
Classification of Antelopes Adopted for the Antelope Survey S C Kingswood D P Mallon and P Grubb
7
Country Reports 1
11
Morocco S Aulagnier F Cuzin M Thévenot and C Loggers
13
Algeria K De Smet and T R Smith
22
Tunisia T R Smith D P Mallon and K De Smet
30
Libya K Khattabi and DP Mallon
41
Egypt M A Saleh
48
Azerbaijan Yu M Shchadilov and E M Hadjiev
129
Georgia 1 Shavguliaze
132
Kazakhstan A B Bekenov D A Blank Yu A Grachev and K N Plakhov
134
Uzbekistan N V Marmazinskaya and BK Mardanov
141
Kyrgyzstan A T Toktosunov and D P Mallon
146
Tajikistan 1 A Abdusalyamov
148
Turkmenistan Yu K Gore0v
150
Russia L V Zhirnov
155

Saudi Arabia K M Dunham D T Williamson and E Joubert
55
Yemen D P Mallon and M AlSafadi
63
Oman D Insall
69
United Arab Emirates J H Samour
74
Bahrain S A Mohamed and M A Al Dosari
79
Qatar Y A Hamar and A Almutai
82
Kuwait S C Kingswood PJ Cowan and DA Clayton
84
Chapter IS Iraq K AIRobaae and S C Kingswood
88
Syria S C Kingswood M F Wardeh and D T Williamson
93
Lebanon S C Kingswood and NH Khairallah
99
Jordan K Kiwan J Beef and A Boudari
102
Israel including West Bank and Gaza B Clark and E Frankenberg
107
Turkey S Y Ulcer 1 12
112
Iran M R Hemami and CF Groves
114
Afghanistan K Habibi 1 19
119
Pakistan K Habibi
122
Mongolia B Lhagvasuren S Dulamtseren and L Amgalan
159
China Zhigang Jiang and Wang Sung
168
India A R Rahmani
178
Nepal T K Shrestha
188
Bangladesh M A R Khan
192
Lao PDR RJ Timmins
194
Vietnam D P Mallon and J Eames
200
Cambodia H Weiler and D Ashwell
205
Status Summary and Regional Action Plan 21 1
211
Regional Status of Antelopes in North Africa the Middle East and Asia and Identification of Conservation Priorities D P Mallon and S C Kingswood
213
Regional Action Plan for Antelope Conservation D P Mallon and S C Kingswood
231
APPENDICES
245
Antelope Inventory Report Form
247
Status of Antelopes in North Africa the Middle East and Asia
248
IUCNSSC Action Plans for the Conservation of Biological Diversity
258
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