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August 2021 additions to the library

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Anand, S., S. Vaidyanathan, and S. Radhakrishna. 2021. The role of landscape structure in primate crop feeding: insights from rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) in northern India. International Journal of Primatology.  External resource

Ardiantiono, Sugiyo, P. J. Johnson, M. I. Lubis, F. Amama, Sukatmoko, W. Marthy, and A. Zimmermann. 2021. Towards coexistence: can people's attitudes explain their willingness to live with Sumatran elephants in Indonesia? Conservation Science and Practice n/a:e520.  Download

Campos-Arceiz, A., J. A. de la Torre, K. Wei, X. O. Wu, Y. Zhu, M. Zhao, S. Chen, Y. Bai, R. T. Corlett, and F. Chen. 2021. The return of the elephants: how two groups of dispersing elephants attracted the attention of billions and what can we learn from their behavior. Conservation Letters n/a:e12836.  Download

Cavalier, R., E. N. Pratt, C. Serenari, and E. C. Rubino. 2021. Human dimensions of crocodilians: a review of the drivers of coexistence. Human Dimensions of Wildlife:1-17.  External resource

Cocimano, M. A., A. S. Nanni, and A. E. Izquierdo. 2021. Co-building knowledge on human-puma conflict: a case study in a village of the Argentine Puna ecoregion. Human Dimensions of Wildlife:1-20.  External resource

Geeraerts, C., A. Rutten, E. Cartuyvels, P. Verschelde, S. Devisscher, F. Turkelboom, P. Quataert, and J. Casaer. 2021. Wild boar in Flanders, Belgium:(dis) agreements between key stakeholders on wild boar management objectives, actions, and legal provisions. Human–Wildlife Interactions 15:15. External resource

Hall, K. J., and P. A. Fleming. 2021. In the spotlight: can lights be used to mitigate fox predation on a free-range piggery? Applied Animal Behaviour Science 242:105420.  External resource 

Kuiper, T., A. J. Loveridge, and D. W. Macdonald. 2021. Robust mapping of human–wildlife conflict: controlling for livestock distribution in carnivore depredation models. Animal Conservation.  External resource

Malhotra, A., W. Wüster, J. B. Owens, C. W. Hodges, A. Jesudasan, G. Ch, A. Kartik, P. Christopher, J. Louies, H. Naik, V. Santra, S. R. Kuttalam, S. Attre, M. Sasa, C. Bravo-Vega, and K. A. Murray. 2021. Promoting co-existence between humans and venomous snakes through increasing the herpetological knowledge base. Toxicon: X:100081.  Download

Pintor, A. F. V., N. Ray, J. Longbottom, C. A. Bravo-Vega, M. Yousefi, K. A. Murray, D. S. Ediriweera, and P. J. Diggle. 2021. Addressing the global snakebite crisis with geo-spatial analyses – recent advances and future direction. Toxicon: X 11:100076.  Download

Schroeder, S. A., A. C. Landon, D. C. Fulton, and L. E. McInenly. 2021. Social identity, values, and trust in government: How stakeholder group, ideology, and wildlife value orientations relate to trust in a state agency for wildlife management. Biological Conservation 261:109285.  External resource

Toncheva, S., and R. Fletcher. 2021. From conflict to conviviality? Transforming human–bear relations in Bulgaria. Frontiers in Conservation Science 2.  Download

Volski, L., A. McInturff, K. M. Gaynor, V. Yovovich, and J. S. Brashares. 2021. Social effectiveness and human-wildlife conflict: linking the ecological effectiveness and social acceptability of livestock protection tools. Frontiers in Conservation Science 2.  Download

Warrier, R., B. R. Noon, and L. L. Bailey. 2021. A framework for estimating human-wildlife conflict probabilities conditional on species occupancy. Frontiers in Conservation Science 2.  Download

Woolaston, K., E. Flower, J. van Velden, S. White, G. L. Burns, and C. Morrison. 2021. A review of the role of law and policy in human-wildlife conflict. Conservation and Society.  Download

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