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File AvailablePfannerstill, V.; Haerdtner, R.; Maboga, E.S.; Balkenhol, N.; Scheumann, M. 2023 Dehorning impacts white rhinoceros behaviour less than social events: evidence from Botswana. Journal of Zoology 2023 (early view): 1-11 - doi:10.1111/jzo.13115
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File AvailableMafundikwa, I.; Ordonez, J. 2023 Botswana has seen a huge spike in rhinoceros poaching over the past 5 years. www.npr.org 21 Feb 2023: 1-2, 1 image https://www.npr.org/2023/02/21/1158515968/rhinoceros-poaching
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File AvailableEnvironmental Investigation Agency 2022 The rise of rhinoceros poaching in Botswana. Briefing Document for Delegates to CITES SC74 (Lyon, March 2022), pp. 1-3
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File AvailablePfannerstill, V.; Signer, J.; Fitt, M.; Burger, K.; Balkenhol, N.; Bennitt, E. 2022 Effects of age and sex on site fidelity, movement ranges and home ranges of White and Black rhinoceros translocated to the Okavango Delta, Botswana. African Journal of Ecology 2022 (12 April): 1-13, 3 figures, 5 tables, 1 appendix, https://doi.org/10.1111/aje.13011
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File AvailableCITES CoP19 Secretariat 2022 Update to CITES Parties on the population status of rhinoceroses (black & white) and measures in place to address rhino poaching in Botswana) (submitted by Botswana). Report to CITES CoP19 Doc. 71, pp. 1-5
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Pfannerstill, V. 2021 Improving rhinoceros conservation and management through behaviour-based research: evidence from Botswana. Thesis presented to Georg-August University, Göttingen, http://dx.doi.org/10.53846/goediss-9945
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Illegal wildlife trafficking is one of the major drivers of biodiversity loss. Some of the most targeted species of illegal wildlife trade are rhinoceroses (“rhinos”), which exist nowadays in distinct populations in several reserves. For genetic exchange between these meta-populations and to ...
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File AvailableRees, C. 2018 The translocation of white rhino (Ceratotherium simum) to the Okavango Delta, Botswana. Dissertation submitted to the University of Bristol, pp. 1-250
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File AvailableMogomotsi, G.; Madigele, P.K. 2017 Live by the gun, die by the gun: Botswana's shoot-to-kill policy as an anti-poaching strategy. SA Crime Quarterly no.60: 51-60
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File AvailableTeketay, D.; Geeves, G.; Kopong, I.; Mojeremane, W.; Sethebe, B.; Smith, S. 2016 Diversity, stand structure and regeneration status of woody species, and spatial cover of herbaceous species in Mokolodi Nature Reserve, Southeastern Botswana. International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation 8 (8): 180-195
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File AvailablePhillips, B. 2016 Wildlife monitoring in the Okavango delta, Botswana. Proceedings of the 43rd National Conference of the American Association of Zoo Keeper's Inc. Memphis, Tennessee, September 19-23: poster
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