The Suitability of Location for Rehabilitation of Elephants in Chhattisgarh

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Published Aug 23, 2021
Usha Sharma

Abstract

The elephant is a locomotive creature and identification of the location of an elephant is an important task. It is mostly done by GPS and collar radio process. According to the behavior of elephant’s rehabilitation of elephants is important. For rehabilitation identification of a suitable location is necessary. In our work, we have studied the number of elephants in Chhattisgarh, the cause of human death due to elephant behavior, and the reason for the elephant. We have found the criteria and think to remember them before selecting the location for the rehabilitation of elephants. In the first section of our work, we have given an introduction of the forest, the behavior of elephants, rescue operations to be performed. In the second section, we have discussed datasets related to elephants. In the third section requirements for selecting a location. Lastly, the conclusion section.

 

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Sharma, U. (2021). The Suitability of Location for Rehabilitation of Elephants in Chhattisgarh. SPAST Abstracts, 1(01). Retrieved from https://spast.org/techrep/article/view/125
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Mrs. Bakhtawer Shameem, Scholar of Ph.D. (Computer Science) MATS University Raipur SheHas Completed M.C.A., M.Phil.Computer Science. She has published 4papers in National Conference & seminar& 4 webinar attended, 2 National Workshop and 2 paper published, 3 International Conference participated, attended 5 national seminar, webinar, attendant 2 international conference, 1 Pledge attended and attended 2 FDP, 3paper publish International Journal. She is having work experience in 9 years.
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