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October 2021 additions to the library

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Álvarez, H. G., and G. Zapata-Ríos. 2021. Do social factors influence perceptions of the jaguar Panthera onca in Ecuador? Oryx:1-8.  Download

Banasiak, N. M., M. W. Hayward, and G. I. H. Kerley. 2021. Emerging human–carnivore conflict following large carnivore reintroductions highlights the need to lift baselines. African Journal of Wildlife Research 51.  External resource

Barmoen, M., K. M. Bærum, M. Johansson, and K. E. Mathiesen. 2021. Trust in large carnivore science in Norway. European Journal of Wildlife Research 67:98.  Download

Bogezi, C., L. M. van Eeden, A. J. Wirsing, and J. M. Marzluff. 2021. Ranchers' perspectives on participating in non-lethal wolf-livestock coexistence strategies. Frontiers in Conservation Science 2.  Download

Bracken, A. M., C. Christensen, M. J. O’Riain, G. Fehlmann, M. D. Holton, P. W. Hopkins, I. Fürtbauer, and A. J. King. 2021. Socioecology explains individual variation in urban space use in response to management in Cape chacma baboons (Papio ursinus). International Journal of Primatology.  Download

Doubleday, K. F., and E. C. Rubino. 2021. Tigers bringing risk and security: gendered perceptions of tiger reintroduction in Rajasthan, India. Ambio.  External resource

Giovos, I., A. Barash, M. Barone, C. Barría, D. Borme, C. Brigaudeau, A. Charitou, C. Brito, J. Currie, M. Dornhege, L. Endrizzi, K. Forsberg, A. Jung, P. Kleitou, A. MacDiarmid, D. K. Moutopoulos, S. Nakagun, J. Neves, F. L. D. Nunes, D. Schröder, R. H. Thurstan, M. Tull, S. Tuncer, and C. Mazzoldi. 2021. Understanding the public attitude towards sharks for improving their conservation. Marine Policy 134:104811.  External resource

Glikman, J. A., B. Frank, K. A. Ruppert, J. Knox, C. C. Sponarski, E. C. Metcalf, A. L. Metcalf, and S. Marchini. 2021. Coexisting with different human-wildlife coexistence perspectives. Frontiers in Conservation Science 2.  Download

Haidt, A., R. Gawryś, and M. Szewczyk. 2021. Human decision-making as a key factor in the risk of wolf–dog interactions during outdoor activities. Animals 11:2497.  Download

Hill, C. M. 2021. Conflict is integral to human-wildlife coexistence. Frontiers in Conservation Science 2.  Download

Le Busque, B., P. Roetman, J. Dorrian, and C. Litchfield. 2021. Investigating attitudes toward sharks in Australia. Anthrozoos:1-12.  External resource

Nayak, M., and P. K. Swain. 2021. Perceptions through artwork: children’s understanding of elephants and human-elephant interactions in Balasore, India. Human Dimensions of Wildlife:1-10.  External resource

Niella, Y., V. M. Peddemors, M. Green, A. F. Smoothey, and R. Harcourt. 2021. A “wicked problem” reconciling human-shark conflict, shark bite mitigation, and threatened species. Frontiers in Conservation Science 2.  Download

Perry, L. R., E. A. Macdonald, T. Moorhouse, P. J. Johnson, A. J. Loveridge, and D. W. Macdonald. 2021. Social referents and normative standards affect perceptions of livestock management behaviors. Human Dimensions of Wildlife:1-16.  External resource

Puri, M., A. Srivathsa, K. K. Karanth, I. Patel, and N. S. Kumar. 2021. Links in a sink: interplay between habitat structure, ecological constraints and interactions with humans can influence connectivity conservation for tigers in forest corridors. Science of The Total Environment:151106.  External resource

Ryan, L. A., D. J. Slip, L. Chapuis, S. P. Collin, E. Gennari, J. M. Hemmi, M. J. How, C. Huveneers, V. M. Peddemors, L. Tosetto, and N. S. Hart. 2021. A shark's eye view: testing the 'mistaken identity theory' behind shark bites on humans. Journal of The Royal Society Interface 18:20210533.  External resource

Ruppert, K. A., L. Lenguya, A. Letoluai, I. Limo, M. A. Owen, N. W. Pilfold, P. Wachira, and J. A. Glikman. 2021. Avoiding parachute science when addressing conflict over wildlife. Conservation Science and Practice n/a:e548.  Download

Snijders, L., N. M. Thierij, R. Appleby, C. C. St. Clair, and J. Tobajas. 2021. Conditioned taste aversion as a tool for mitigating human-wildlife conflicts. Frontiers in Conservation Science 2.  Download

Thekaekara, T., S. A. Bhagwat, and T. F. Thornton. 2021. Coexistence and culture: understanding human diversity and tolerance in human-elephant interactions. Frontiers in Conservation Science 2.  Download

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