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Sino-USA Forest Health and 2002, 2004 6

Restoration Exchange Tours (Shaanxi, Guizhou, Yunnan, Jiangxi, Beijing) Diagnostics and Clinical 2002 55

Pathology (Beijing Zoo)

Environmental Enrichment 2002 65

(Beijing Zoo)

Ex situ Genetic Management for 2002, 2003, 15 the Giant Panda (Chengdu 2004

Research Base)

Applied Environmental 2002 22

Education (Tangjiahe Nature Reserve)

USA experts share management strategies with Chinese counterparts in multiple forest health and restoration demonstration areas

Diagnostic methods for infectious and toxicological diseases, research applications of clinical pathology, diseases of potential relevance to wildlife and resolution of clinical problems afflicting zoo species, including the giant panda Illustrating value and methods of enriching ex situ environments to enhance the welfare, behaviour, health and reproduction of wildlife, including the giant panda Teaching the value of genetically managing small populations, including sharing tools useful to ensuring appropriate panda pairings to avoid inbreeding depression Training nature reserve personnel and local school teachers in how to use environmental education as a conservation tool to build support in local communities for biodiversity, conservation and ecotourism

SNZP, CWCA, CAZG

SNZP, CWCA, CAZG

SNZP, CWCA, CAZG, CRB, CBSG

SNZP, CWCA

Table 22.2. (cont.)
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