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Analysis of the 2010 outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease in Mongolia
Author(s): Andrew M.J McFadden
Year: 2011
Publisher: Biosecurity, New Zealand
Full Citation: Analysis of the 2010 outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease in Mongolia
Building Capacity in Conservation Biology to Protect Mongolia’s Natural Heritage
Author(s): Network of Conservation Educators and Practitioners
Description/Abstract: Between the 19th and 21st November 2010, WCS Mongolia and the School of Biology and Biotechnology, National University of Mongolia held an event introducing the Network of Conservation Educators and Practitioners (NCEP) to representatives from relevant NGOs, Academic Institutions, and the Ministry of Nature, Environment, and Tourism. This event was split into two parts, one day in Ulaanbaatar: introducing NCEP globally, our project in Mongolia, and asking for input and criticism from participants, and two days at Hustai Nuruu National Park: working with a much smaller group to develop action plans for the completion of each of the four modules currently in development here, and discussing future activities for the next 12 months.
Community based natural resource management
Author(s): WCS
Year: 2013
Description/Abstract: Supporting Community Based Natural Resource Management in Mongolia for Sustainable Management of Biodiversity Conservation, Pastoral Resources and Herders’ Livelihood Improvement
Journal/Source: USAID Report
Publisher: USAID
Full Citation: Supporting Community Based Natural Resource Management in Mongolia for Sustainable Management of Biodiversity Conservation, Pastoral Resources and Herders’ Livelihood Improvement
Community based wildlife conservation proceedings
Author(s): Ann Winters, Bolortsetseg Sanjaa
Year: 2008
Description/Abstract: COMMUNITY BASED WILDLIFE CONSERVATION IN MONGOLIA: SUCCESSES & LESSONS LEARNED A workshop bringing together organizations active in community based nature conservation
Journal/Source: USAID Report
Publisher: USAID
Full Citation: Community based wildlife conservation in Mongolia: Successes and lessons learned
Current disease control policies and knowledge gaps in the epidemiology of food and mouth disease on Mongolia's eastern steppe
Author(s): Gavin R Thomson
Year: 2011
Full Citation: Current disease control policies and knowledge gaps in the epidemiology of foot and mouth disease on Mongolia's eastern steppe
Economic Growth- Daurian Steppe Scapes Project
Author(s): USAID Mongolia
Description/Abstract: This project will contribute to the USAID SCAPES program goals of conserving biodiversity and securing the livelihoods of the rural poor.
First assessment of Nomrog and Dornod Mongol Strictly Protected Areas for the re-introduction of Przewalski’s horses in the Eastern Steppe of Mongolia
Author(s): Petra Kaczensky
Description/Abstract: When roughly comparing Nomrog and Mongol Dorod SPAs with the 17 areas assessed in the period 1987-1991 by the Russian-Mongolian Complex Biological Expedition (RMCBE) of the Russian Academy of Science (RAS) and the Mongolian Academy of Science (MAS), Nomrog SPA receives a similar risk factor score as Hustain Nuruu, whereas Dornod Mongol SPA scores much higher. However, the comparison has to be treated with caution because the spatial scale of the original assessments was often rather small (e.g., instead of assessing the whole of the Great Gobi B SPA, only the foothills of the Takhin Shar Nuruu mountains were assessed) and our knowledge of takhi behavior and habitat requirements in the meantime has greatly improved.
First assessment of Nomrog and Dornod Mongol Strictly Protected Areas for the re-introduction of Przewalski’s horses in the Eastern Steppe of Mongolia_Mon
Author(s): Petra Kaczensky
Forest Law Enforcement and Governance- Wildlife Trade Law Enforcement in Mongolia
Author(s): Wildlife Conservation Society
Description/Abstract: In 2008, WCS designed pilot market enforcement patrols with multi-agency teams of enforcement officers. This ‘Multi-Agency Wildlife Trade Crime Unit’ includes representatives from the National Police, State and Municipal Specialized Inspection Agencies (environment unit) (SSIA and MSIA), and the Ministry of Nature, Environment, and Tourism (MNET). This pilotstudy was successful, confirming that multi-agency teams of this type are effective in detecting and taking actions against illegal wildlife trade.
Guidelines for Addressing the Impact of Linear Infrastructure on Large Migratory Mammals in Central Asia
Author(s): Wingard et al
Year: 2014
Description/Abstract: COP 11 Document 23.3.2.
Journal/Source: UNEP/CMS/COP11/Doc 23.3.2
Publisher: CMS
Full Citation: Guidelines on Mitigating the Impact of Linear Infrastructure and Related Disturbance on Mammals in Central Asia
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