Various documents related to elephants, some linked in other parts of the site.
AERP 2007. List of Peer Reviewed publications.
KWS Elephant Translocation Protocol
New York Times 2005 A 9,000-Pound Fish Out of Water, Alone in Alaska. Alaska Journal January 9, 2005
Elephant Terms Glossary, 2004. Compiled by M. Philip Kahl and Charles Santipillay. The glossary has been published in Gajah, 23: 1-36, 2004.
Directive from Government of India, Ministry of Environment & Forests, Central Zoo Authority, banning elephants from zoo collections.
Aerial Total Count. Amboseli - West Kilimanjaro and Natron Cross border landscape. Wet Season, March 2010. Conducted by: Kenya Wildlife Service and Tanzania Wildlife Research Institute. With support from: African Wildlife Foundation, Amboseli Trust for Elephants, Tanzania National Parks and Wildlife Division.
ElephantVoices Beats First Go (Zipped .mp3, 3,6 mb) Composed in November 2008 by Gerry Bassermann, San Francisco, having incorporated a variety of elephant calls from the ElephantVoices collection. ©ElephantVoices, 2008. The file can be downloaded for a US$ 10 donation towards the work of ElephantVoices. (Strictly for non-commercial use)
Small package (zipped) of elephant vocalizations (6) in mp3 format. Strictly for non-commercial use. ©ElephantVoices, 2007. The file can be downloaded for a US$ 10 donation towards the work of ElephantVoices. (Strictly for non-commercial use)
Article in Scientific American February/March 2006, by Klaus Wilhelm. Copyright 2006 Scientific American, INC.
Andrew P. Dobson, Markus Borner and Anthony R. E. Sinclair et al. The road will ruin Serengeti. Opinion Piece in Nature
, Volume 476, 16 September 2010, 272-274.
Review of the book "The Amboseli Elephants: a long-term perspective on a long-lived mammal" by Rudi van Aarde. Ecology, 92(11), 2011, pp. 2152-2153.
Ruling made by the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, on 23rd August 2012, honorable judge John L. Segal. Plaintiff Aaron Leider et al, defendant John Lewis et al.
Wildlife Migratory Corridors and Dispersal Areas: Kenya Rangelands and Coastal Terrestrial Ecosystems. July 2017. Kenya Vision 2030 Flagship Project “Securing Wildlife Migratory Routes and Corridors”.
Gordon O. Ojwang’, Patrick W. Wargute, Mohammed Y. Said, Jeffrey S. Worden, Zeke Davidson, Philip Muruthi, Erustus Kanga, Festus Ihwagi and Benson Okita-Ouma (2017). Wildlife Migratory Corridors and Dispersal Areas: Kenya Rangelands and Coastal Terrestrial Ecosystems