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Meyer, L.; Bengis, R.; Fowlds, W.; Goddard, A.; Hofmeyr, M.; Marais, J.; O'Dell, J.; Steenkamp, G.; Tordiffe, A.; Kock, M., 2015. Treatment of rhinoceros which have been poached using opioids and are found recumbent. Johannesburg, pp. 1-14

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Burroughs, R.; Hofmeyr, M.; Morkel, P.; Kock, M.D.; Kock, R.; Meltzer, D., 2013. Chemical immobilization - individual species requirements - white rhinoceros. In: Chemical and Physical Restraint of Wild Animals, p. 223

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Atkinson, M.W.; Du Toit, R.; Radcliffe, R.M.; Dooley Jr., J.L.; Kock, M.D., 2002. Response to Alibhai, Jewell and Towindo. Journal of Zoology, London 258: 278

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Kock, M.D., 2002. Black ghosts. Africa Geographic 2002 March: 34-39, figs. 1-8

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Kock, M.D., 2001. WWF Cameroon black rhino location and identification project: final report. Report to WWF Cameroon Office, pp. 1-35

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Atkinson, M.W.; Kock, M.D., 1999. Calf recruitment and survival in a population of black rhinoceros, Diceros bicornis, in Zimbabwe following immobilization and dehorning. Proceedings of the Wildlife Disease Association Annual Conference 48: 84

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Kock, M.D.; Kock, N.D., 1997. Abstracts of papers. Zimbabwe Veterinary Journal 28 (1): 46

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Kock, M.D.; Atkinson, M.W., 1996. Intensive management of an endangered species: long-term effects of chemical immobilization and dehorning on health and reproduction in a discrete population of black rhinoceros in Zimbabwe. Proceedings of the Wildlife Disease Association Annual Conference 45: 38-39

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Kock, N.D.; Foggin, C.; Kock, M.D,, 1996. Pathological findings in free-ranging Zimbabwean black rhinoceroses (Diceros bicornis): a summary. Proceedings of the Wildlife Disease Association Annual Conference 45: 40-41

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Kock, M.D., 1996. Zimbabwe: a model for the sustainable use of wildlife and the development of innovative wildlife management practices: pp. 229-249

 In: Taylor, V.J. et al. The exploitation of mammal populations. London etc., Chapman and Hall: pp. i-xx, 1-415


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Kock, M.D., 1996. Wildlife, people and development: Veterinary contributions to wildlife health and resource management in Africa. Tropical Animal Health and Production 28: 68-80, 2 figures

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Kock, M.D.; Morkel, P.; Atkinson, M.; Foggin, C., 1995. Chemical immobilization of free-ranging white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum simum) in Hwange and Matobo National Parks, Zimbabwe, using combinations of Etorphine (M99), Fentanyl, Xylazine, and Detomidine. Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 26 (2): 207-219, figs. 1-2, table 1

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Kock, M.D.; Atkinson, M.W., 1995. Radio-telemetry in Black and White rhinos in Zimbabwe: management and research combining to enhance law-enforcement in the protection of an endangered species. Proceedings of the AAZV, AAWV, WDA Joint Conference 1995: 433

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Atkinson, M.W.; Kock, M.D., 1995. Management of Black (Diceros bicornis) and White (Ceratotherium simum) rhinoceros in Zimbabwe: veterinary implications. Proceedings of the AAZV, AAWV, WDA Joint Conference 1995: 371
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Kock, M.D.; Atkinson, M., 1994. Dehorning of black (Diceros bicornis) and white rhinoceros (Ceratotherium simum simum): the Zimbabwean experience: pp. 42-47, tables 1-4

 In: Penzhorn, B.L. et al. Proceedings of a symposium on rhinos as game ranch animals. Onderstepoort, Republic of South Africa, 9-10 September 1994: pp. i-iv, 1-242


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