January 2022 additions to the library

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Resources

Cook, P., J. E. Hawes, J. V. Campos-Silva, and C. A. Peres. 2022. Human-wildlife conflicts with crocodilians, cetaceans and otters in the tropics and subtropics. Peerj 9:e12688.  Download

Durant, S. M., A. Marino, J. D. C. Linnell, A. Oriol-Cotterill, S. Dloniak, S. Dolrenry, P. Funston, R. J. Groom, L. Hanssen, J. Horgan, D. Ikanda, A. Ipavec, B. Kissui, L. Lichtenfeld, J. W. McNutt, N. Mitchell, E. Naro, A. Samna, and G. Yirga. 2022. Fostering coexistence between people and large carnivores in Africa: using a theory of change to identify pathways to impact and their underlying assumptions. Frontiers in Conservation Science 2.  Download

Engel, M. T., J. J. Vaske, and A. J. Bath. 2021. Seal hunting in Newfoundland from the perspective of local people. Marine Policy 128:104491.  External resource

Kansky, R., and T. Maassarani. 2021. Teaching nonviolent communication to increase empathy between people and toward wildlife to promote human–wildlife coexistence. Conservation Letters n/a:e12862.  Download


Lehnen, L., U. Arbieu, K. Böhning-Gaese, S. Díaz, J. A. Glikman, and T. Mueller. 2022. Rethinking individual relationships with entities of nature. People and Nature.  Download


Perry, L. R., T. P. Moorhouse, K. Jacobsen, A. J. Loveridge, and D. W. Macdonald. 2022. More than a feeling: cognitive beliefs and positive—but not negative—affect predict overall attitudes toward predators. Conservation Science and Practice n/a:e584.  Download

 

Sage, A. H., V. Hillis, R. A. Graves, M. Burnham, and N. H. Carter. 2022. Paths of coexistence: spatially predicting acceptance of grizzly bears along key movement corridors. Biological Conservation 266:109468.  Download