Analysis of Bushmeat Utilization in Phu Kheio Wildlife Sanctuary, Northeast Thailand

Authors: 
Magnus, N. and A. Lynam; University of Alberta; Wildlife Conservation Society; Canadian International Development Agency
Document Type: 
project
Citation: 
volume number pages - edition
Ref ID: 
3009
Ref User: 
TobiasonAndy
Ref Type: 
Project
Year Published: 
2000
Date Input: 
09/11/2004 4:00
Location of Project: 
Thailand: Phu Kheio Wildlife Sanctuary (Chiayaphum Province)
Address: 
Department of Renewable Resources 751 General Services Building University of Alberta Edmonton, Alberta Canada, T6G 4R1 Office: (780) 492-9092 Residence: (780) 434-2841 Email: nolanmagnus@hotmail.com
Country: 
Thailand
Date Modified: 
02/08/2006 3:00
Modified by: 
admin
Date Freeform: 
2002
Last Post: 
02/08/2006 3:00
Latitude: 
16.4333
Longitude: 
102.8333
Bushmeat Asian Type: 
wildlife trade
Keywords: 
Asia; biodiversity; biodiversity conservation; bushmeat; CONSERVATION; elephant; elephants; hunting; population; primate; primates; sanctuary; Thailand; tiger; wildlife; Canada
Abstract: 
The Phu Kheio Wildlife Sanctuary comple is reported to be one of Thailand's premier biodiversity conservation sites with remaining populations of a wide variety of large mammals including tigers and elephants, a host of primates
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