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The fourth part in a series of action plan, this publication covers less than one-quarter of the world's antelope species that are found in North Africa, the Middle East and Asia

The fourth part in a series of action plan, this publication covers less than one-quarter of the world's antelope species that are found in North Africa, the Middle East and Asia. Populations are fragmented across the region and several species have disappeared altogether during recent decades

Part 4: North Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. Global Survey and Regional Action Plans. SSC Antelope Specialist Group. IUCN, GLand, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK.

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Classification of Antelopes Adopted for the Antelope Survey S C Kingswood D P Mallon and P Grubb. Regional Status of Antelopes in North Africa the Middle East and Asia and Identification of Conservation Priorities D P Mallon and S C Kingswood

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. 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. Information to Mankhan Nature Reserve.

Mallon, David . Kingswood, Steven Charles (2001). Antelopes: Part 4 – North Africa, the Middle East, and Asia: Global Survey and Regional Action Plans. International Union for Conservation of Nature. p. 164. ^ "Western saiga (Russian saiga)". Retrieved 19 December 2012. "Memorandum of Understanding concerning Conservation, Restoration and Sustainable Use of the Saiga Antelope (Saiga spp)" (PDF).

Growth in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is. .Growth has been uneven over the past decade in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.

Growth in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is estimated to have declined markedly to . percent in 2017 from . percent in the previous year, contributed by ed growth decelerations among regional oil exporters. 1 In contrast, growth in oil importers in 2017 has strengthened to . percent from the previous year, supported by reforms. and improved competitiveness. global oil prices may further cloud growth prospects for the MENA region’s oil exporters.

Mallon D P, Kingswood S C. Antelopes. Part 4: North Africa, the Middle East and Asia. IUCN, Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK, 2001Google Scholar. Wang X, Schaller G. Status of large mammals in western Inner Mongolia, China. Journal of East China Normal University, Natural Sciences, Special Issue of Zoology, 1996, 12: 93–104Google Scholar. 10. Schaller G B. Wildlife of the Tibetan Steppe.

Compilers) (2001) Antelopes: Global Survey and Regional Action Plans. IUCN-SSC, Gland, Switzerland. 1995) The real threat to the saiga antelope. amp; Lushchekina, . 2001) First urgent measures for supporting conservation of Kalmykian saiga population. Steppe Bulletin, 9, 56–58. Robinson, S. (2000) Pastoralism and land degradation in Kazakhstan. PhD thesis, University of Warwick, UK. Sokolov, . eds) (1998) The Saiga: Phylogeny, Systematics, Ecology, Conservation and Use.

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.
Antelopes: Part 4 - North Africa, the Middle East, and Asia: Global Survey And Regional Action Plans (Pt. 4) download epub
Biological Sciences
Author: S.C. Kingswood,D. P. Mallon
ISBN: 2831705940
Category: Science & Math
Subcategory: Biological Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: World Conservation Union; None edition (January 15, 2005)
Pages: 268 pages