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Recovery of the Wild Amur Tiger Population in China Progress and Prospect

Zhang Endi(Author), Dale G Miquelle(Author) et al
286 pages, illustrations
Recovery of the Wild Amur Tiger Population in China
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About this book

Language: Bilingual in English and Chinese

This book reviews the conservation of wild Amur tigers during the two workshops: 2000 international workshop on wild. Amur tiger population recovery action plan, Harbin, P.R. China and 2002 national workshop on progress of wild Amur tiger population recovery action, Hunchun, P.R. China. It also expresses viewpoints for the future. We hope Recovery of the Wild Amur Tiger Population in China would arouse the public's attention to protect such a magnificent species.

Contents

Acknowledgements
Foreword
Preface

Part One
2000 International Workshop on Wild Amur Tiger Population Recovery Action Plan, Harbin, P.R.China
Section One Status of the Tiger in Northeast China
Section Two Land Use Plans: Protected Areas, Ecological Corridors, and Priority Management Area
Section Three Improving international cooperation and establishing transpondary Protected Areas
Section Four Poaching: the Problem and potential Solutions
Section Five Forest Management and Its Relationship of Tiger Conservation
Section Six Monitoring the Tiger Population in Northeast China
Section Seven Compensation for Livestock Depredation by Tiger and Leopards
Section Eight Public Education
Section Nine the Tiger Bone Trade in China
Section Ten Conservation of the Far Eastern Leopard
Section Eleven Opportunity for support from the International Conservation Community

Part Two
2002 National Workshop on Progress of Wild Amur Tiger Population Recovery Action , Hunchun
P.R. China
Section One Review
Section Two Prospect

Appendix
Reference

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Zhang Endi(Author), Dale G Miquelle(Author) et al
286 pages, illustrations
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