NCEAS Project 2212

Analysis and synthesis of results of studies carried out over three decades by the Amboseli Elephant Research Project in Kenya

  • Cynthia J. Moss
  • Harvey Croze


ActivityDatesFurther Information
Sabbatical Fellow15th October—30th November 1999Participant List  
Working Group18th—31st October 1999Participant List  
Graduate Student1st November 1999—29th February 2000Participant List  
Sabbatical Fellow1st April—15th May 2000Participant List  
Working Group3rd—16th April 2000Participant List  
Working Group26th March—7th April 2001Participant List  

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Abstract
This proposal is for NCEAS support to a Working Group to analyse, synthesize and present an extensive body of knowledge on the population of elephants in Amboseli National Park, Kenya, based on a perspective of three decades of uninterrupted study of known individuals. The results of these studies will increase knowledge of elephant biology in the context of general paradigms of long-lived, highly intelligent and social species. It will also provide information fundamental to the conservation of elephants throughout their range.

TypeProducts of NCEAS Research
Journal Article Moss, Cynthia J. 2001. The demography of an African elephant (Loxodonta africana) population in Amboseli, Kenya. Journal of Zoology. Vol: 255. Pages 145-156.
Data Set Moss, Cynthia J. 2007. Amboseli elephant database. (Abstract) (Online version)