Click on the files or links below to download or go to a selection of articles and reports co-written or co-edited by members of STEP.
Elephant Demography and Ecology
Includes assessment of demography and status of six elephant populations, including Ruaha and Selous.
Ivory Trade and Poaching Crisis
Irrelevant, Illogical, and Illegal – 24 Experts Respond to Arguments Supporting Legalization of the Ivory Trade. National Geographic, October 2014
Walking the International Talk to Help Elephants. National Geographic, May 2014
Elephant Declines Vastly Underestimated. National Geographic, December 2013
The Future of Africa’s Elephants: Out with Arguments Old, In with Choices Bold. National Geographic, September 2013
RECOGNITION AND TACKLING OF THE CURRENT ELEPHANT POACHING CRISIS IN TANZANIA. Report and Presentation to The Parliamentary Committee Of Land, Natural Resources And Environment, Tanzanian Parliament, Dodoma, April 2013
Includes section on wildlife corridors.
Short summary paper.
Update on Udzungwa-Selous connectivity and recommendations.
National report documenting 31 remaining corridors. See also website: http://tzwildlifecorridors.org/
Unpublished report from 2007 on Selous-Udzungwa connectivity.
Full-length report on a 2015-2016 survey of human-elephant interactions along the boundary of Ruaha National Park
Tathmini ya mahusiano baina ya watu na tembo, ushoroba za tembo, na mitazamo ya jamii katika vijiji vinavyopakana na Hifadhi ya Taifa ya Ruaha.
Report summarizing a 2015-2016 survey of human-elephant interactions along the southern boundary of Ruaha National Park.
On STEP's coexistence project in the Udzungwas.
Udzungwa Mountains: Elephants in montane forest
Short article on Udzungwa elephants.
Udzungwa Mountains: New and Endangered species
Note revealing new populations of Endangered Abbott's duiker.
Ecology and conservation status of all Udzungwa's endangered primates.
New species of chameleon.
The first comprehensive assessment of the Critically Endangered kipunji.
New species of elephant-shrew.
The original paper describing new monkey species (later renamed kipunji).