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  • Modern wildlife conservation initiatives and the pastoralist/hunter nomads of northwestern Tibet. 

    Yangzom, Drolma; Fox, Joseph L.; Mathiesen, Per; Binrong, Xu; Næss, Marius W. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2004)
    In 1993 the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) of China established the 300 000 km2 Chang Tang Nature Preserve on the northwestern Tibetan plateau, an action precipitated by rapidly diminishing populations of chiru (Tibetan ...
  • Nomadic pastoralism in the Aru basin of Tibet’s Chang Tang. 

    Næss, Marius W.; Lhagyal, Dondrup; Yangzom, Drolma; Mathiesen, Per; Fox, Joseph L.; Bårdsen, Bård J. (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2004)
    Nomadic pastoralists live at the northern extent of human habitation within the ca. 5000 m elevation Aru basin, in the nortwestern part of the Chang Tang Nature Preserve, Tibet. These nomads herd primarily sheep and goats, ...