Appendix 3. Protected areas (PA) with confirmed or potential snow leopard occurrence.
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Ch2 Review of Current Status
Ch 3 Threats to Snow Leopards, their Prey and Ecosystems
Ch 4 Competition with Livestock, Rangeland Degradation and Prey Declines
Ch 5 Depredation on Livestock and Retaliatory Killing
Ch 6 Illegal Trade
Ch 7 Climate Change
Ch 8 Large-scale Infrastructure, Mining and Linear Barriers
Ch 9 Conservation Actions
Ch 10 Protected Areas
Ch 11 Transboundary Cooperation
Ch 12 Ecosystem Services and Economic Valuation of Snow Leopards and Their Mountain Ecosystem
Ch 13 Snow Leopard Conservation through Hunting of Prey Species
Ch 14 Estimating Snow Leopard and Prey Populations and Monitoring Trends
Appendix 1: List of completed and ongoing studies which have estimated snow leopard populations using camera trapping and fecal genetics
Appendix 2: Threats table compiled as part of the GSLEP process
Appendix 3: Protected areas (PA) with confirmed or potential snow leopard occurrence
Appendix 4. List of Protected Areas (PAs) occurring along international borders