Feasibility for a community-base wildlife monitoring system for the Srepok Wilderness Area in the Mondulkiri Protected Forest



Posted on 03 May 2006
Feasibility for a community-base wildlife monitoring system for the Srepok Wilderness Area in the Mondulkiri Protected Forest
Feasibility for a community-base wildlife monitoring system for the Srepok Wilderness Area in the Mondulkiri Protected Forest
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To establish a comprehensive database of wild animals and needs for effective law enforcement in the Srepok Wilderness Area of the Mondulkiri Protected Forest, information on distribution and numbers of wildlife are collected, while the types and numbers of illegal activities are also monitored and recorded by staff rangers.

The Management Oriented Monitoring System introduces a way to involve local communities by establishment of a community-based biodiversity monitoring system, which allows direct community involvements in designing a monitoring process, undertaking data collection, recording and analyzing. It is a simple and cost effective approach that was first developed in Southern Africa for community managed conservation areas.
Feasibility for a community-base wildlife monitoring system for the Srepok Wilderness Area in the Mondulkiri Protected Forest
Feasibility for a community-base wildlife monitoring system for the Srepok Wilderness Area in the Mondulkiri Protected Forest
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