Pachyderm is a bi-annual international peer-reviewed journal that deals primarily with matters related to African elephant and African and Asian rhino conservation and management in the wild. It is also a platform for dissemination of information concerning the activities of the African Elephant, the African Rhino, and the Asian Rhino Specialist Groups of the IUCN Species Survival Commission (SSC).
Journal of the African Elephant, African Rhino and Asian Rhino Specialist Groups
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Pachyderm provides immediate Open Access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Pachyderm is governed by a voluntary Editorial Board:
- Dali Mwagore (Editor)
- Deborah Gibson (Section Editor - African elephants)
- Kees Rookmaaker (Section Editor - African and Asian rhinos)
- Julian Blanc
- Holly T. Dublin
- Richard Emslie
- Mike Knight
- Esmond Martin
- Ben Okita-Ouma
- Robert Olivier
- Diane Skinner
- Bibhab K. Talukdar
- Lucy Vigne
A very small print run of each issue is completed. If you are interested in buying a hard copy of a particular issue, please contact us.
Views expressed in Pachyderm are those of the individual authors, and do not necessarily reflect those of IUCN, the Species Survival Commission or any of the three Specialist Groups responsible for producing Pachyderm (namely the African Elephant Specialist Group, the African Rhino Specialist Group and the Asian Rhino Specialist Group).