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Saurashtra University (2013)

Ecology of wild pig sus scrofa and human wild pig conflict in and around ranthambore tiger reserve rajasthan

Barwal, Kuldeep Singh

Titre : Ecology of wild pig sus scrofa and human wild pig conflict in and around ranthambore tiger reserve rajasthan

Auteur : Barwal, Kuldeep Singh

Université de soutenance : Saurashtra University

Grade : Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Wildlife Science 2013

Objectifs
The aims of the present study on wild pigs in Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan are : 1. To study the spatial and temporal distribution of wild pigs in context of habitat attributes. 2. To develop and evaluate capture and handling methods for wild pigs. 3. To study the ranging pattern of wild pigs based on radio-telemetry. 4. To assess the nature and extent of human-wild pig conflicts : Qualitative and quantitative assessment of crop damage by wild pigs in different seasons. 5. To evaluate the use and efficacy of power fence in controlling crop damage caused by wild pigs. 6. To recommend strategies for management of wild pigs and mitigation of human-wild pig conflicts.

Mots clés : Ecology human wild pig scrofa

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