alexa Regions in Correlation with Conflict and Meteorological Factors - A Non Invasive Approach

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Regions in Correlation with Conflict and Meteorological Factors - A Non Invasive Approach

The study was carried out to assess the faecal cortisol concentration in wild pigs entering the agricultural fields around the forest and in domestic pigs comprising of desi pigs and cross bred pigs, in order to arrive at the baseline values pointing to stress factors. The adjoining areas of Mudumalai wildlife region, Sathyamangalam wildlife region and Anamalai wildlife region of Tamil Nadu, India were included in this study programme. The documentation of the quantifiable meteorological factors in the identified conflict areas was done.

 
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