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The RRC database contains a total of 34089 Notes which are linked to 20169 References. Furthermore, 19914 PDF's containing copies of pages from books and journals are available.

Newest PDFs:

Patton, F., 2016
Pavia, M. et al., 2012
Kitade, T. et al., 2016
Faith, J.T. et al., 2016
Gifford, D.P. et al., 1980
Kretzschmar, P. et al., 2016
Haryono, M. et al., 2016
t Sas Rolfes, M., 2016
Damm, G.R., 2016
Bilchitz, D., 2016
Vegter, I., 2016
Emslie, R. et al., 2016
Regan, H.M. et al., 2005
Meijaard, E. et al., 2014
Griffiths, M.L., 2015
Lunstrum, E., 2015
Mozambique Government, 2015
Monegon, E., 2006
Ripple, W.J. et al., 2015
Talukdar, B.K., 2016
Center for Biological Diversity et al., 2016
Gauthier, Y. et al., 2006
Menon, V., 2014
Menon, V. et al., 2003

Rhino Literature & Articles

The RRC website provides access to an extensive database of indexed and tagged references, abstracts and full texts covering every possible aspect of the knowledge of the rhinoceros. The database only contains material available in the library of the RRC. All references are verified and bibliographically correct.

This bibliography excludes (with some exceptions) the following:

  • Literature on fossil rhinoceros species
  • Items in newspapers
  • Multiple editions and reprints
    (we endeavour to list the earliest edition of each work)
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We would like to thank H. Carpentier for supplying us with references from the Carino database.

Newest References:
Patton, F., 2016. Polishing off rhinos - why chinese revere the horn. Swara, Nairobi April-June 2016: 38-41
Pavia, M. et al., 2012. Stratigraphical and palaeontological data from the Early Pleistocene Pirro 10 site of Pirro Nord (Puglia, south eastern Italy). Quaternary International 267: 40-55, 10 figs, 1 tab [doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2010.12.019]
Kitade, T. et al., 2016. Settings suns: The historical decline of ivory and rhino horn markets in Japan. Traffic Report April: 1-96
As, S. van et al., 2016. Impending local extinction of Aloe ferox Mill.populations in the absence of elephants and black rhinos?. African Journalof Ecology 2016: 1-3
Gifford, D.P. et al., 1980. Evidence for predation and pastoralism at prolonged drift: a pastoral neolithic site in Kenya. Azania Archaeological Research in Africa 15 (1): 57-108
Faith, J.T. et al., 2016. Environmental change, ungulate biogeography, and their implications for early human dispersals in Equatorial East Africa. In: Jones, S.C. & Stewart, B.A., Africa fromMIS 6-2: Population dynamics and paleoenvironments: pp. 233-246
Dupuis-Desormeaux, M. et al., 2016. Usage of specialized fence-gaps in a black rhinoceros conservancy in Kenya. African Journal of Wildlife Research 46 (1): 22-32
Houwald, F. von, 2016. Causes and prevention of foot problems in Greater one-horned rhinoceros Rhinoceros unicornis in zoological institutions. International Zoo Yearbook 50: 1-10
Offord-Woolley, S. et al., 2016. Developing an environmental-education programme using Black rhinoceros Diceros bicornis in Zambia as a case study. International Zoo Yearbook 50: 1-12
Kretzschmar, P. et al., 2016. The catastrophic decline of the Sumatran rhino (Dicerorhinus sumatrensis harrissoni) in Sabah: Historic exploitation, reduced female reproductive performance and population viability. Global Ecology and Conservation 6: 257-275
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