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East Caucasian Tur (Capra cylindricornis) in two ranges of Kazbegi (Georgia). Ground survey

Thomas Nardin

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Naturwissenschaften, Medizin, Informatik, Technik / Landwirtschaft, Gartenbau

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Bachelor Thesis from the year 2013 in the subject Nature Protection, Landscape Conservation, , language: English, abstract: The tur is a species of economic interest and concidered a bioindicator. In 2008, tur’s status has improved from ‘vulnerable’ to ‘nearly threatened’ (IUCN4 red-list), nevertheless it remain a species of global conservation concerns. Indeed, the tur habitat is part of a world biodiversity hotspot: the Caucasian region. The loss of quality of its habitat as well as illegal hunting have been identified as threats to the turs population. As a contribution to the monitoring of biodiversity this work aim to design a ground survey method and perform an estimation of turs’ density on two sites situated in the north east district of Georgia known as Kazbegi. The implementation of monitoring of biodiversity is one of the priorities of Georgia’s Ministery of Environment and Natural Ressources Protection.

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Monitoring, Caucasus, Georgia, Ungulate Monitoring, Chèvre du Caucase, Tour, Bouquetin du caucase, East Caucasian Tur, The Caucasus, Sampling count