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Corbett Tiger Reserve Local Communities and Livestock Depredation by Tigers: A Case Study from Buffer Zone

240 pages, colour illustrations, colour maps
Corbett Tiger Reserve
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  • Corbett Tiger Reserve ISBN: 9789352072286 Paperback Jan 2017 Not in stock: Usually dispatched within 2-4 months
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Language: English

Corbett Tiger Reserve enjoys the status of being the first National park of India. It also enjoys the status of having the highest number of tigers in India. It contains one of the finest habitat for large prey and predators in India. However the buffer zone of the Corbett Tiger Reserve as well as its adjoining reserve forest has a large number of human settlements and the human population depends on the rural resources of the Corbett Tiger Reserve. This book examines protected area–people relationships in detail, makes an objective assessment of prey species and prevailing habitat conditions and critically examines large-scale cattle depredation that takes place year after year and its overall implication for conservation of tigers as well as other biodiversity values. The book also contains valuable geo-referenced data for direct management application by park managers and other policy makers.

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