1. The current state of biodiversity studies in Nigeria ‎

Sulaiman I. Muhammad

Volume 2, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 1-6

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/srls.2020.139893.1005

Abstract
  Biodiversity is fast declining, especially in African countries like Nigeria, with the lack of data.  This study was conducted to quantify biodiversity studies in Nigeria available on the Web of Science database. Data were collected from the Web of Science core collection from 1970-2020 with “Biodiversity” ...  Read More

2. Clinical management of maggot wounds in Asiatic Black Bear (Ursus thibetanus)‎

Vipin Kumar

Volume 2, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 7-12

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/srls.2020.520564.1006

Abstract
  Like most other species, the Asiatic black bear is vulnerable to a wide range of diseases, including infection, inflammation, parasitic infestation, and degenerative disease.  The study reported the surgical and conservative management of maggot wounds, including anesthetic protocol and postoperative ...  Read More

3. The abundance and diversity of bird species in Logged Ehor Forest Reserve Edo state, Nigeria

Okosodo Ehi Francis

Volume 2, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 13-28

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/srls.2020.520831.1008

Abstract
  The abundance and diversity of bird species were studied in Ehor Forest Reserve Edo state, Nigeria. The study area was divided into three compartments based on their different land-use types. The line transects method was used to collect bird species diversity and abundance in the study area. In all ...  Read More

4. Spatial evaluation of physicochemical properties of River Benue concerning the habitat requirements of Manatee

Michael Iwar; P.O‎ Egwumah‎; S.O‎ Olufeagba‎

Volume 2, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 29-39

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/srls.2020.520829.1007

Abstract
  Spatial evaluation of the physicochemical parameters of River Benue in relation to the habitat requirements of west African Manatee was conducted. The River was divided into four segments; Makurdi, Abinsi, Gbajimba, and Gbaji. In each segment, ten (10) sample points were randomly selected and the following ...  Read More

5. Suitable areas for conservation of biodiversity (case study: wintering habitat of Asian houbara bustard, Chlamydotis macqueenii in Sistan, Iran)

Malihe Erfani; Soraya Eperham

Volume 2, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 40-51

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/srls.2021.242070

Abstract
  Numerous published research in habitat suitability of various flora and fauna ‎‎species show that habitat conservation is the most important component of biodiversity ‎‎conservation. Among wildlife species, some are more important due to the declining population ‎‎and known ecological ...  Read More

6. Scincopus fasciatus, distribution and new records in Tunisia‎

Mohsen Kalboussi

Volume 2, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 52-57

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/srls.2021.522484.1010

Abstract
  Scincopus fasciatus (Peters, 1864) is a nocturnal skink species rarely recorded from its large global distribution area. In Tunisia, it was reported for the first time at the end of the 19th century. After different field surveys in southern Tunisia, I found the species active many times in Bou Hedma ...  Read More

7. Geospatial modeling of landscape ecological sustainability level in geo-‎tourism regions

Mehrdad Hadipour

Volume 2, Issue 1 , Winter 2021, Pages 58-72

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/srls.2021.522674.1011

Abstract
  Identifying various geomorphologic units with ecotourism attraction and determining the high-quality ‎landscape are important steps in order to improve the quality and protecting natural ecosystems. The ‎present study aims to achieve a more appropriate landscape pattern in the framework of ecotourism ...  Read More

1. Foam to Home: Factors influencing foam nest formation and larval development of Chirixalus simus Annandale, 1915.

Niloy Mandal; Rakesh Ghosh; Suman Pratihar

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Summer 2020, , Pages 21-28

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/srls.2020.137215.1002

Abstract
  During Covid -19 nationwide lockdown we have studied the foam nest formation and reproductive behaviour of Chirixalus simus Annandale, 1915in West Bengal, India.Temperature and humidity are two key factors regulating nest formation. Few plants are preferred over others for nest formation during early ...  Read More

2. Distribution and habitat preference of the Red Panda in Lamtang ‎National Park of Nepal

Nikesh Kathayat; Sami Shrestha; Surya Khadka; Jiban Shrestha

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Summer 2020, , Pages 38-51

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/srls.2020.137990.1004

Abstract
  The study was carried out in Ghyangphedi Buffer Zone area of Lamtang National Park (LNP), Nepal. ‎The objectives of this study were to identify habitat type, draw a distribution map of Red panda, and ‎know its conservation threats in Ghyangphedi, Lamtang National Park. Circular plots with a radius ...  Read More

3. Spatio-temporal patterns of wildlife attacks on humans in Chitwan National Park, Nepal

Ashok Bhandari; Sistata Bagale; Thakur Silwal; Megharaj Paudel

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Summer 2020, , Pages 1-20

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/sris.2020.44861

Abstract
  In this study, we investigated the rate of wildlife attack incidence in and around Chitwan National Park in Nepal during the period of 2014-2018. Our findings indicated that the attacks from different animals ranged from 27 to 56, with an average of 38.8 attacks annually. Among the seven attacking animals, ...  Read More

4. Temporal Characteristics and Patterns of Sea Surface Temperature and Chlorophyll in the Ligurian Sea (NW Mediterranean)

Fethi Bengil

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Summer 2020, , Pages 29-37

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/sris.2020.137097.1001

Abstract
  Global warming is a well-known phenomenon, that increasing average of temperature. ‎Oceans are affected directly from this phenomenon with changing its abiotic and biotic ‎components. The Mediterranean Sea is known as the strongest warming sea in the world, ‎therefore, there is big concern ...  Read More

5. The mammalian fauna of two protected areas in Adana Province: Akyatan Wildlife Development Area (Karataş) and Aleppo Pinery (Yumurtalık)

Ahmet Karataş; Mehmet Arslan

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Summer 2020, , Pages 52-65

http://dx.doi.org/10.22034/srls.2020.137988.1003

Abstract
  In the study, the mammalian fauna of the two protected areas (Akyatan Wildlife Development Area and Aleppo Pinery) in Adana Province were investigated. Some animals were directly observed or determined by indirect methods such as footprint, faeces, and burrow. Additionally, three photo-traps, set on ...  Read More

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