June 2022 additions to the library



Alexander, J. S., A. Bijoor, K. Gurmet, R. Murali, C. Mishra, and K. R. Suryawanshi. 2022. Engaging women brings conservation benefits to snow leopard landscapes. Environmental Conservation:1-7.  External resource

Blossey, B., and D. Hare. 2022. Myths, wishful thinking, and accountability in predator conservation and management in the United States. Frontiers in Conservation Science 3.  Download

Chaudhuri, S., M. Bandyopadhyay, R. Rajaraman, S. Kalyanasundaram, S. Sambandam, and R. Krishnamurthy. 2022. Spatio-temporal patterns and source-dispersion modeling towards sloth bear–human conflict management in central India. Frontiers in Conservation Science 3.  Download

Delie, J., J. Edwards, and K. Biedenweg. 2022. Using psychometrics to characterize the cognitive antecedents of tolerance for black bears. Human Dimensions of Wildlife:1-18.  External resource

Ditmer, M. A., G. Wittemyer, S. W. Breck, and K. R. Crooks. 2022. Defining ecological and socially suitable habitat for the reintroduction of an apex predator. Global Ecology and Conservation:e02192.  Download

Esteban, R., A. López, Á. G. de los Rios, M. Ferreira, F. Martinho, P. Méndez-Fernandeza, E. Andréu, J. C. García-Gómez, L. Olaya-Ponzone, R. Espada-Ruiz, F. J. Gil-Vera, C. M. Bernal, E. Garcia-Bellido Capdevila, M. Sequeira, and J. A. Martínez-Cedeira. 2022. Killer whales of the Strait of Gibraltar, an endangered subpopulation showing a disruptive behavior. Marine Mammal Science.  External resource

Gopalan, R., and S. Radhakrishna. 2022. Moving from coexistence to conflict: a political ecology perspective on human-rhesus macaque conflict in Himachal Pradesh, India. Human Ecology.  External resource

Hodges, C. W., C. H. Barnes, P. Patungtaro, and C. T. Strine. 2021. Deadly dormmate: a case study on Bungarus candidus living among a student dormitory with implications for human safety. Ecological Solutions and Evidence 2:e12047.  Download

Kidd-Weaver, A. D., T. R. Rainwater, T. M. Murphy, and C. M. Bodinof Jachowski. 2022. Evaluating the efficacy of capture as aversive conditioning for American alligators in human-dominated landscapes. The Journal of Wildlife Management:e22259.  Download

Lucas, C., J. Abell, S. Bremner-Harrison, and K. Whitehouse-Tedd. 2022. Stakeholder perceptions of success in human-carnivore coexistence interventions. Frontiers in Conservation Science 3.  Download

Marino, A., and V. Rodríguez. 2022. Competitive exclusion and herbivore management in a context of livestock-wildlife conflict. Austral Ecology.  External resource

Plotnik, J. M., and S. L. Jacobson. 2022. A “thinking animal” in conflict: studying wild elephant cognition in the shadow of anthropogenic change. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 46:101148.  External resource

Teel, T. L., M. Adams, A. W. Don Carlos, M. A. Bonnell, and S. W. Breck. 2022. A mixed-methods social psychology application evaluating the role of citizen science in mitigating human-wildlife conflict. Society & Animals:1-24.  Download

Tiller, L. N., L. E. King, B. Okita-Ouma, F. Lala, F. Pope, I. Douglas-Hamilton, and C. R. Thouless. 2022. The behaviour and fate of translocated bull African savanna elephants (Loxodonta africana) into a novel environment. African Journal of Ecology.  External resource

Tiller, L. N., E. Oniba, G. Opira, E. J. Brennan, L. E. King, V. Ndombi, D. Wanjala, and M. R. Robertson. 2022. "Smelly" elephant repellent: assessing the efficacy of a novel olfactory approach to mitigating elephant crop raiding in Uganda and Kenya. Diversity 14.  Download

Young, J. C., J. R. Young, and B. A. Aubert. 2022. Insights from diplomacy for the prevention and resolution of conservation conflicts. Conservation Letters:e12891.  Download